Programmable Processing, algorithms and architectures for autonomous driving: Those are the topics discussed during the workshop „Programmable Processing for the Autonomous / Connected Vehicle – From Classical FPGA to Adaptable Computing“ on September 24th 2020, organized by Ulm University of Applied Sciences (Partner : Missing Link Electronics, Xilinx and InnoSÜD). The fourth edition of the workshop will once again feature talks by experts in industry and research on various aspects of hardware programming for autonomous and connected vehicles. This workshop is the ideal event to keep up to date with the most recent achievements in the fields of processing technologies, digital systems design, challenges and applications for the autonomous and connected vehicle.
For the first time, the workshop will be held online. Registration for the workshop is now open. An access link to the online workshop will be sent to registered participants shortly before the event.
The full agenda can be downloaded here:
The workshop will be held in English. Please register below and note that your registration will be considered binding. Participation is free of charge.
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