ATE Central

ATE Events — November 2020

Upcoming

MNT-EC is holding a Summer Seminar Series every Wednesday, August thru November. Each seminar will feature one of the MNT-EC's very own members who will talk about their summer of 2021 professional development opportunities. Opportunities include writing groups, clean room labs, nano safety and other exciting hands on activities. 

Nancy Louwagi from Normandale Community College and Rick Vaughn from Rio Salado College will be discussing the use of distance education tools in their programs and how those tools can change how students learn.

(2 days)

The Inn at St. Johns44045 Five Mile RdPlymouthMI48170United States

From conception to end-of-the-line testing, the road to autonomy and electrification can quickly escalate into an uphill struggle if your engineering team doesn’t have effective and efficient development and testing methods in place.  Can you check off the following development tasks with confidence?

  • Are you simulating the environment (i.e. vehicles, road networks, dynamic objects, weather conditions, traffic flow, etc.) to take advantage of virtual test drives in the early development phase?
  • Are you effectively developing and testing sensor data for your autonomous systems?
  • Are you capturing, time-stamping, recording and playing back sensor data with precision?
  • Are you positioned to carry out AI training for deep neural networks?
  • Are you building a continuous integration process with MIL, SIL, and HIL testing to benefit from the scalability of cluster and cloud testing?
  • Are you using sensor-realistic simulation to validate sensor models by reproducing the behavior of the sensor along the signal path?
  • Are you performing over-the-air tests of radar sensors properly to evaluate detected echoes?
  • Are you complying with safety-critical software development process standards (i.e. ISO 26262, SOTIF)?