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The FISITA Intelligent Safety Conference China 2020 will take place during the China SAE Congress & Exhibition (SAECCE), 29 October 2020 in Shanghai.

For those who cannot travel to China, you will be able to watch each presentation online from Tuesday 3 November via this website (free for FISITA Corporate Members, but others will need to pay an access charge). Viewers can post questions to the speakers from this date and we plan to run online ‘Ask the speakers’ panel sessions on 26 November.

08:40 China Standard Time (CST)

Opening Session

Moderator: Prof. Mike Ma, Professor of Jilin University, Vice President of FISITA

Speakers:

Thursday 29 October

09:10 CST

Technical Session One ‘Strategy, Technology Roadmap, Technology Trend’

Moderator: Prof. Mike Ma, Professor of Jilin University, Vice President of FISITA

Speakers:

  • ‘China SOTIF: Challenges, Technical Route and Industrial’ Prof. Jun Li, Professor, Tsinghua University
  • ‘An overview of the key ideas and practical application of safety standard 4600 for autonomous vehicles’ Philip Koopman, CTO, Edge Case Research Centre, AI Safety research & consulting
  • Sijie Zu, Vice President and Chief Engineer, SAIC Motor

10:10 CST

10:30 CST

Technical Session One continued

Speakers:

Coffee Break

11:30 CST

Panel Discussion

Moderator: Prof. Mike Ma, Professor of Jilin University, Vice President of FISITA
Co-moderator:
Hong Wang, Associate Research Professor, Tsinghua University

Speakers:

12:30 CST

Lunch

13:30 CST

Technical Session Two ‘Algorithm & Electronics/Electrical Architecture and Control’

Moderator: Prof. Xinjie Zhang, Jilin University
Co-Moderator: Shiliang Shang, FuSa Manager, PATAC

Speakers:

  • ‘Cognitive Autonomous Driving during Strongly-Interacted Scenarios’ Prof. Dongpu Cao, Professor, University of Waterloo
  • ‘Ground Vehicle Driving Safety Enhancements via Personalized Learning, Prediction, Assistance, and Automation’ Prof. Junmin Wang, Professor, University of Texas at Austin
  • ‘Research and Design of the Controllability Metrics of Autonomous Driving Motion Control’ Shiliang Shang, FuSa Manager, PATAC
  • ‘E/E Architecture Development Trend and Domain Controller Industrialized Solution’ Liu Jiaxi, Senior Manager, UAES
  • ‘Safe electronics breakthrough for Cars’ Luc Bourgois, Expert Leader Systems Control, Renault

15:10 CST

Q&A Session

Coffee Break

15:20 CST

Technical Session Three ‘Safety Analysis, Test and Evaluation’

Moderator: Shiliang Shang, FuSa Manager, PATAC
Co-Moderator: Xinjie Zhang, Jilin University

Speakers:

  • ‘Safety Analysis, Test and Evaluation from Driver’s Perspective when Regarding HMI Design’ Ms. Fang Chen, Chief Consultant of HMI design, Intelligent Connect Vehicle Development Institute, China FAW Group
  • ‘Validation Method Based on Corner Case Identification Using Artificial Intelligence’ Sajin Gopi, Application Engineer / Optimization Solution, AVL List GmbH  
  • ‘Discussion on the integration of intelligent connected vehicles into the existing road traffic system’ Wenhui Zhou, Director of Vehicle Safety Division, Road Transportation Safety Research Center, Ministry of Public Security of the PRC
  • ‘How to improve user acceptance of automated driving: an approach based on leading edge driving simulator’ Alexandre Català Garcia, Business Unit Director,  IDIADA China
  • ‘Balance between Safety and Innovation’ Jinsuo Ma, Director of Sales Department, Ansys

15:55 CST

17:20 CST

17:45 CST

Q&A Session

Wrap up and summary

Thursday 26 November

From 09:00 GMT

‘Ask the speakers’ panel discussion - online

Timing and registration link TBC