As part of the IOTAP project ‘Unlocking User Value in IoT’ (UseIT), we are very happy to invite you to a keynote presentation with Mohammad Ali from Volvo Cars in Gothenburg. This talk gives an overview of DriveMe, Volvo Cars’ self-driving cars project.
Sep. 30 at 10.30–12.00
NI:A0606 (floor 6), Niagara, Malmö University
Everyone is welcome!
After great talks by Enevo, Tetra Pak and Ericsson, we are happy to invite you to the fourth keynote presentation in a workshop series that we arrange as part of the UseIT project. As keynote speaker we welcome Mohammad Ali from Volvo Cars in Gothenburg. Mohammad Ali is a technical specialist in autonomous driving and currently the team leader of the decision and control team that develops the decision algorithms for Volvo’s autonomous driving and driver support functions.
Self-driving cars development at Volvo Cars
This talk gives an overview of Volvo Cars self-driving cars project DriveMe. One of the greatest challenges in the project is to make sure that the vehicle is capable of taking complete responsibility of the driving task when it is in self-driving mode. This puts unique requirements on the whole vehicle design and affects things like its electrical architecture, HMI and software components. The talk will highlight some of these requirements and possible ways of tackling them. Particular emphasis will be put on challenges and use-cases tackled by the decision and control algorithms.
Mohammad Ali received his PhD in Mechatronics in 2012. Since then he has been working with Active Safety development at Volvo Cars. He is currently working as Technical Specialist in Autonomous Driving and team leader of the decision and control team which develops all decision algorithms for Volvos autonomous driving and driver support functions.
Contact Helena Holmström Olsson if you have questions about this event.