DSC gathers driving simulation specialists from the industrial and academic communities as well as commercial simulation providers. The Conference which is organised by the Driving Simulation Association, in cooperation with Arts et Métiers and IFSTTAR, with the support of Renault, will be held on September 9th-11th !
For this year’s edition the conference will go hybrid, which means that the conference is maintained with its exhibition in Antibes, France and is extended with virtual participation. ST Engineering Antycip will be digitally present and we are looking forward to welcoming you on our virtual booth.
Last year over 350 participants and 40 exhibitors from the simulation and virtual reality communities came together to discuss and review the latest developments related to autonomous driving and the automotive industry. Participants came from all around the world from about 20 different countries of Europe, America, Asia and Africa.
Discussion topics will include state of the art driving simulation technology, research and developments, extended with progressively merging virtual reality (VR) developments.
This year’s programme will also cover simulation tools for autonomous and connected vehicles along with advanced driving assistance system (ADAS) application, as well as the more traditional human factors and motion rendering elements.
ST Engineering Antycip has been providing simulation and virtual reality solutions to many of the global vehicle manufacturers over the years. Our involvement in DSC 2020 will further this work and help build even stronger relationships in the community.
Please note that on the 9th of September, our Commercial Development Manager, John Mould, will be presenting an industrial pitch on “Virtual Reality For Product Design & Review”.
If you would like to schedule a meeting with one of our representatives, please contact us here.
The virtual version of the DSC will be hosted on Attendify, from 9 to 11 September 2020.
Event website: https://dsc2020.org/
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