Organized by the Driving Simulation Association in cooperation with SystemX, as well as Arts et Métiers ParisTech, Inria, Ifsttar, Renault and Optis, the Driving Simulation Conference (DSC) will take place from September 5 to 7 in Antibes.
The DSC Conference gathers driving simulation specialists from the industrial and academic communities as well as commercial simulation providers. This 17th edition follows that of 2017, held in Stuttgart, with close to 300 participants and 35 exhibitors. Participants came from all around the world from about 20 different countries of Europe, America, Asia and Africa. This year’s edition will be held in Antibes, France with an extended professional exhibition.
Topics will include state of the art in driving simulation technology, research and developments, extended with progressively merging virtual reality (VR) developments. This year program will also give an enlarged place for simulation tools for autonomous and connected vehicles along with advanced driving assistance system (ADAS) applications. Human factors and motion rendering nevertheless will remain the now traditional axis of the conference.
Antoine Saulgrain, IRT SystemX research engineer, will speak in a panel session dedicated to simulation data interface standardization and the Simulation of Autonomous Vehicle Safety (SVA) project research activities will be in the spotlight on SystemX’s booth.
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