Dr. Hans-Peter Schöner from Daimler will participate to CESA 3.0. On december 4th, he will make a presentation about "Challenges and Approaches for Testing of Highly Automated Vehicles". He will also join the same day a panel session dedicated to standards, tests and validation.
This expert studied electrical engineering at Rwth in Aachen (Germany) and at Purdue University (USA). He received a PHD degree from Rwth Aachen for his thesis on “monitoring of batteries for electrical vehicles”.
Since 1989 he has been working for Daimler AG, first in the research field of actuators, mechatronics and new power supply systems. Since 2004, he is responsible for the development of new testing methods for chassis and driver assistance systems, as well as for setting up research vehicles in this field.
Since 2012, he is also head of the Daimler driving simulator center in Sindelfingen.
Principal from Bishop Consulting, Richard Bishop will participate to CESA 3.0. You will hear from him on december 3rd, in the first round table about worldwide market.
This expert specializes in the domain of intelligent, connected, and automated vehicles and how these interact with the roadway and transportation system, plus larger societal forces. He provides global trends analysis and research strategy development to a wide range of vehicle manufacturers, technology developers, and government agencies around the world.
He currently serves as Vehicle Automation Expert for the Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, plus supports USDOT’s involvement in the Tri-Lateral Working Group on Road Vehicle Automation. He was recently named chair of the American Trucking Association’s Task Force on Automated Driving and Platooning.
Prior to establishing Bishop Consulting, Mr. Bishop was Program Manager for Vehicle-Highway Automation at the USDOT Federal Highway Administration.…