Agenda

Day 1 : 18 October 2021

09:30

Platform open

 

Overview of the regulatory landscape

10:00

IET & Chairman’s welcome and introduction

Stephen Powley, PHD Researcher, Research Institute for Clean Growth and Future Mobility, Coventry University and Technical Advisor, IET’s Automotive and Road Transport Systems Network

10:05

CCAV’s role in advancing AV across the UK - Regulatory updates, policy initiatives and upcoming developments

Jamie Hodsdon, Senior Policy Advisor – Regulations & Ethics, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV)

10:35

Creating the ecosystem for self-driving future

Bhavin Makwana, CAM Insights Strategist, Zenzic

11:05

Joint Q&A

11:15

Networking break

 

Projects and market developments

11:35

Case Study - Jaguar’s journey towards driverless cars with zero accidents and zero congestion

Philip Miesbauer, Senior Software Engineer Jaguar Land Rover

11:35

Networking break 

12:05

A real-time testbed for in-vehicle network IDS training and validation

Hoang Nga Nguyen, Associate Professor, Institute for Future transport and Cities, Coventry University

12:35

Joint Q&A

12:45

 

Networking break

Breakout Room 1:

Can the industry meet the 2030 deadline of getting AV on the road and how prepared are we?

Breakout Room 2:

Challenges and opportunities in getting AV projects off the ground and what is the role of the stakeholders involved?

13:25

Case Study - Safety assurance and test programme development to allow CAV solutions to achieve advanced mobility

Richard Hillman, Principal Engineer - CAV, HORIBA MIRA Limited

13:55

Developments in the connected and automated mobility (CAM) testbeds across UK

Kevin Vincent, Director, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Automotive Research Institute for Future Transport and Cities, Coventry University

14:25

Joint Q&A

14:35

Networking break

15:00

End of day one

Day 2 : 19 October 2021

  AV technology and innovation
10:00

IET & Chairman’s welcome and introduction

Stephen Powley, PHD Researcher, Automotive Cybersecurity Institute for Future Transport and Cities, Coventry University and Technical Advisor, IET’s Automotive and Road Transport Systems Network

10:05

Data and safety assurance for automated vehicles

Nick Reed, Founder, Reed-Mobility, Non-Executive Director, FISITA, UK & Visiting Professor, University of Surrey

10:35

Creating cyber resilience in driverless cars – What are the strategies and solutions to consider ?

Peter Davies, Director Security Concepts, Thales UK & lead, Cyber Security for AESIN (Automotive Electronics Innovation Network) and the UK Auto Council

11:05

Understanding and ensuring the safety implications for driverless vehicles

Alan V Thomas, Director of Consultancy & Research, CAVT Ltd

11:35

Joint Q&A

11:50

AI matched networking

12:00 Networking lunch
  Ethics and behaviour
12:40

Exploring the ethics of connected and autonomous vehicles – Update from the European Commission and industry best practices

Paula Palade, Member Expert Group Ethical issues raised by driverless mobility, European Commission

13:10

Assessing the importance of behavioural science in CAV acceptability and deployment

Rebecca Posner, Behavioural Research and Evaluation Lead, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV), Department for Transport

13:40

Joint Q&A

13:50

Chairman's final remarks followed by network break

14:15

Close of conference