Open Data Exchange For Connected And Autonomous Vehicles
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom A
17:10 - 17:30
How might we improve perception capabilities of autonomous vehicles with external sensor and communication infrastructure, ensuring security and integrity when using open data in these mission critical systems? What assets could the service provider utilize when liability needs to be determined in a complex negative scenario? Following a distributed approach with connectivity as a catalyst could accelerate autonomy adoption with the required safety levels for all.
Speaker Biography (Zsolt G. Parnaki)
Zsolt joined Ericsson in 2009 and is currently leading innovation efforts in computer vision, robotics and edge computing for the telco industry. Prior to this he was responsible of bootstrapping Ericsson's consumer IoT platform offering, and launching groundbreaking products in mobile payments, video compression and multi-service edge infrastructure. Before joining Ericsson he held several engineering positions in the telecommunication industry.
Company Profile (Ericsson)
Ericsson is a world leader in the rapidly-changing environment of communications technology ‹ providing equipment, software and services to mobile and fixed network operators, transportation and utility companies
around the world. At Ericsson we use innovation to empower people,
business and society. We envisage a Networked Society that is sustainable, and where everything that can benefit from a connection will
have one. Some 40 percent of global mobile traffic runs through networks
Ericsson has supplied, and we manage networks that serve more than 1 billion subscribers everyday.