3rd International Conference for Vehicle Intelligence

10 - 12 December, 2019 | Berlin, Germany


Nearly all automotive companies have entered the race towards highly automated and autonomous cars. Yet many challenges are still in the way of having a vehicle that can recognize objects, localize itself precisely and make intelligent decisions. The Vehicle Intelligence Conference will focus on the areas of advanced computer vision, big data processing, sensor fusion and machine learning, in particular deep learning.

With presentations from top leaders in this field, interactive panel discussions, a round table session and workshops, this conference will give you insight into the latest development and available solutions for building a safe intelligent vehicle.

Featured Speakers

What you will learn
Interactive Workshops - Round Tables - Expert Presentations - Plenary Discussions - Evening Get-Together


Discuss strategies for bringing together sensor development and deep learning models applicable to both LIDAR and other sensor technologies


Learn about conceptualizing reliable neural networks


Understand applicable algorithms for different automation levels and what possibilities one can get


Get to know the network capabilities for test and validation processing when it comes to big data

What you can expect

Interactive Workshops

Exchange your ideas with peer experts and learn about the latest industry trends in the area of your choice. 

Round Tables

Choose your main discussion topic and deepen your knowledge in close dialogue with experts by pointed questions.

Panel Discussions

Steer this interactive panel discussion with your questions to our panel of experts and use the opportunity for further discussion.

Speed Networking and Evening Get-Together

Get to know the other attendees and exchange your business cards. Join our evening  Get- Together and take this opportunity to network and make new business contacts.

AI Safety Case

Development and Testing

Intelligent Sensor Fusion for Smart Cars

Three-part process to replicate human cognitive behavior

Deep Learning

Is this really a solution for everything in self-driving cars?