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Monday, June 27 • 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Panel Discussion: Sensors Galore

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Sensors generate the gobs of little data that translate into contextual perception, which then allows computers to determine actionable commands for mobility systems. The panel will be a lively debate on sensor innovation. Is it slowing or just beginning. Where are the investment dollars going, and why?
Does the innovation come with a increase price tag? Is there a point of diminishing returns in sensor development? What about the impact to sensor fusion and sensor perception? What does sensor innovation mean for ADAS/AD developers?

Come listen to the experts in the field, learn what is fact and what is opinion.

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Jacopo Alaimo

NA Sales and Business Development Manager, xenomatix
Jacopo joined XenomatiX to lead the expansion of its revolutionary and simple LiDAR technology in the North American region. In his earlier career he covered R&D managerial positions in Automotive Tier 1s supporting the introduction of Solid-State Technology. Jacopo earned an MS in... Read More →
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Willard Tu

Associate Vice President, Marvell Technology
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Sergey Velichko

Sr. Manager, ASD Technology and Product Strategy, onsemi
Sergey Velichko worked in various teaching and R&D positions at the KPI, Micron Technology, HP, and, starting in 2007, at the onsemi (former Micron Imaging and Aptina). He authored and co-authored more than 50 publications and 65 issued and pending patents. His interests include intelligent... Read More →
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Cameron Gieda

Vice President of Business Development, Spartan Radar
Born and raised in Northern California, Cameron started his career in factory automation and robotics almost 20 years ago. Having worked for companies such as Keyence, Omron, Emerson and Honeywell, he helped customers solve complicated sensing and safety application with a large range... Read More →

Monday June 27, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm PDT
Room 210FG