ATE Events — December 2022

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In this webinar, Amanda Nicholson, Chief Operating Officer of the Product Stewardship Institute, will discuss how EPR policies and laws can influence design choices and how they can benefit businesses — leveling the playing field for all. She’ll also touch on how manufacturers can build on EPR principles to better manage products throughout their life cycles to conserve resources, decrease environmental impact, and share the burden of responsibility. Using exemplary and precautionary case studies, Nicholson will discuss how to design products and processes to create a more circular economy. Learn how EPR can help manufacturers work with governments, waste management companies, and consumers to develop and implement programs to minimize waste. 

Radars used for autonomous driving development are changing rapidly. Advances in hardware technology have enabled complex concepts like imaging radar and digital phase modulated continuous wave (PMCW). Software development must change to complement this hardware technology evolution and leverage these new advances to provide a more dependable automotive radar solution.

In this 60-minute free webinar, KPIT’s Santhana Raj will discuss critical software approaches, architectures, and solutions for the new age of radars.

In this webinar, Jace Allen will present system validation and verification processes, the necessary tools needed to validate advanced sensing technology, and what still needs to be solved to truly reach widespread Level 3-5 operation in commercial-vehicle fleets. The complex implementation of ADAS and Automated Vehicle (AV) software demands a powerful and flexible simulation and testing environment.

The Annual NICE K12 Cybersecurity Education Conference, supported by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE), and hosted by iKeepSafe, features timely and thought-provoking presentations that highlight effective collaborations, bold experiments and innovations, and other potentially game-changing methods in support of growing the cybersecurity workforce. Attendees include training and educational leaders from academia, business, and government for two days of focused keynotes, panels, concurrent sessions, and discussions in support of the NICE Strategic Plan.

During this conference, industry leaders will come together to share stories, strategies, and key takeaways around why and how they are partnering for sustainable success. 

In this free, 60-minute webinar, Jamie Zinser and Derek Prichett of Novelis explain how automakers can use collection and sorting technologies to reduce energy consumption and increase their recycled content in vehicles, thereby reducing their overall CO2 manufacturing footprint.

The experts also discuss the three main levers helping to take automotive material circularity to the next level.

(2 days)

Online

Come connect with CalFlexHub’s ecosystem of multidisciplinary team of experts from many sectors—including state agencies, industry, utilities, academia, manufacturers, and non-profits—for the first annual CalFlexHub Symposium! This year’s Symposium will showcase CalFlexHub’s innovators and portfolio of projects, amplify solution-centered conversations with government and industry leaders in the space, and provide deep-dive opportunities for attendee collaboration and networking.

CalFlexHub is administered by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and is funded by the California Energy Commission through the Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) program.

Planning for the future is a crucial process for individuals and families as they plan for secure and fulfilling futures for and with their loved one with a disability. While creating a future plan often seems inaccessible or challenging for families, it is possible and necessary to create a person-centered plan to document the wants, needs, and available resources for an individual with a disability. The post-secondary school transition process serves as a great example of a necessary student-centered future planning process. In this webinar, attendees will learn about how Special Education transition planning fits into the broader idea of future planning. Attendees will gain insight into approaches for effective transition planning for students with IEPs as well as considerations for families, educators, and support professionals as they collaborate with the student during the transition planning process. 

OEMs today need to navigate multiple regulatory, commercial, technical, and environmental challenges while developing their thermal systems. These challenges are expected to grow through the decade, and traditional development processes will be inadequate to overcome them. This 60-minute Webinar will explore a modeling and simulation approach to thermal systems development that aims to address current and future needs.

In almost every market category, mass EV adoption is lagging behind expectations. While government mandates might increasingly force the issue, widespread preference for EVs can be accelerated by a focus on superior experiences.

In this free, 60-minute webinar, CEO Chris Rockwell will share Lextant’s Experience Adoption Threshold and how, as an industry, we can design experiences to facilitate the EV future.

Northland Aerospace13892 Airport DriveThief River FallsMN56701

The National Center for Autonomous Technologies (NCAT) and Northland Community and Technical College is excited to host the RADC 2021-22 Challenge: Blackout! NCAT is located at the Northland Aerospace campus in Thief River Falls, Minnesota. 

Doors will open at 7:30 AM with team check-in beginning at 8:00 AM. Teams that have not checked in 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the qualifying matches will be dropped from the roster to allow for the match list to be run. Teams running late should contact the Event Partner prior to the 30 minute cutoff to avoid being dropped. Organizers anticipate that the event will conclude no later than 4:00 PM. 

Tournament 1: November 5, 2022
Tournament 2: December 17, 2022