Vehicular Technology Society, Chicago Chapter
Next time you light a candle, take a moment to think about the possibility of electric cars. With more than 250 million gas-guzzling, polluting cars on the road, gas prices through the roof and global warming, the idea of a zero emissions battery-powered car is certainly desirable. Already, hybrid…
28 November 2018 – Perspective to 2040: Autonomous vehicles & mobility-as-a-service
- Introduction: AVs-MaaS-BEV: Win-win-win technologies
- Autonomous vehicle hardware platform battles
- Autonomous vehicle software platform battles
- BEVs: Another key to MaaS technology disruption
- Driverless ride-hailing: First AV use-case
- AV & MaaS deployment issues
- Summary: Market opportunities and perspectives to 2040
Dr. Egil Juliussen is Director of Research & Principal Analyst, Automotive Technology at IHS Markit.
He leads research on technology forecasting, competitive analysis and market forecasting. In the last decade, he has focused on connected car technology, auto infotainment and mobile devices used in the car, driver assist and autonomous driving technologies. He has more than 30 years of experience in the computer, communications, internet and telematics industries. Previously, Dr. Juliussen was with Texas Instruments Inc., where he was a strategic and product planner for microprocessors, minicomputers and PCs. Dr. Juliussen formerly was president and editor of Computer Industry Almanac, which published eight Computer and Internet Industry Almanac reference books. He has prepared over 500 papers, reports and conference presentations, and he has written columns and papers for computer publications throughout his career. He makes presentations, seminars and lectures in the North America, Asia and Europe. Dr. Juliussen is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and graduated from Purdue University in Indiana, US, with a Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering.
Past Chapter Meetings
IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference in Chicago
VTC2018-Fall featured world-class plenary speakers, tutorials, technical as well as application sessions, and an innovative Industry Track, which will feature panels and presentations with industry leaders sharing their perspectives on the latest technologies.
CREATING A MARKETPLACE FOR DIGITAL MOBILITY AND TRANSPORTATION IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
THE ULTIMATE SMART DRIVING MACHINE: POWERING THE CONNECTED CAR WITH MACHINE LEARNING
After a hiatus, the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society Chicago chapter has resumed again. We will start our chapter meeting this year with a talk by Dr. Alvin Chin from BMW Technology Corporation who spoke about The Ultimate Smart Driving Machine: Powering the Connected Car with Machine Learning. Dr. Alvin Chin is the Chair of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society Chicago chapter.
The Vehicular Technology Society (VTS), Chicago Chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) serves engineering and computer professionals in the twelve counties of the greater Chicago area. As part of the Chicago Section, the VTS Chapter provides a local interface to the worldwide network of the IEEE. In addition, the VTS Chapter organizes technical presentations, social events, and networking opportunities of interest to vehicular technology professionals.
For further information or to find out about volunteer opportunities contact Alvin Chin (firstname.lastname@example.org)