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8th AUTOMOTIVE SENSORS AND ELECTRONICS SUMMIT 2023Sign in for replay
The driverless cars experience is becoming a closer reality with the approaching of 2023.
More new and sophisticated automotive sensors and electronics are being incorporated in the automotive driver-assist systems in 2022. Hands-free partially automated highway driving assist systems will start being enabled on many more cars in the upcoming year. These driving-assist systems depend heavily on a mix of surround-view cameras and radar sensors to detect the vehicle on the road and the position of other automobiles. Since the requirements and expectations for driver-assist systems are growing, new automotive sensors capabilities will be developed.
Further adoption of ADAS, future advanced development trends like miniaturisation, integration, intelligence, multifunction, and increasing demand for safety and security will continue to play a dominant role in growing the global automotive sensors market. Going above and beyond for new sensing technologies and applications to enrich success and performance of driver-assist systems and safe manoeuvring for autonomous and self-driving car, the experts in the field will exchange the latest practical strategies towards achieving the next level of sensing in highly automated driving.
Yole Group will be part of these experts with:
Team Lead Analyst – RF devices
Yole Intelligence part of Yole Group
Wednesday, February 22
2 pm – 2:30 pm: Driving radar evolution
This presentation will focus on:
- Market drivers and perspective for radar
- Technology evolution and roadmap
- Industry landscape analysis
Team Lead Analyst, RF Devices & Technology
As a Technology & Market Analyst, specialized in RF devices & technologies within the Power & Wireless division at Yole Intelligence, part of Yole Group.
Cédric Malaquin is involved in the development of technology & market reports as well as the production of custom consulting projects. Prior his mission at Yole, Cédric first served Soitec as a process integration engineer during 9 years, then as an electrical characterization engineer during 6 years. He deeply contributed to FDSOI and RFSOI products characterization. He has also authored or co-authored three patents and five international publications in the semiconductor field.
Cédric graduated from Polytech Lille in France with an engineering degree in microelectronics and material sciences.