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Automotive Sensors for Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS)
Join Stuart Sherry, P.E. as he provides a review of different sensors and technologies that enable ADAS. In this course, the participant will learn the definitions and differences of SAE J3016 Level 0 through 5 of driving automation and an overview of Lidar, Radar, Ultrasound and Camera sensor technologies used to help enable ADAS. Basic principles and comparisons of the different sensor technologies will be presented. Failure modes, liability concerns and cost trade-offs related to the different sensor technologies will be presented and discussed. Possible pitfalls that a manufacturer may fall into during the development phase and the potential litigation concerns will be reviewed. A case study of a Tesla autopilot crash will be discussed together with examples of various types of defects that could lead to recalls, injury or death.

Apr 28, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Stuart Sherry, P.E.
Stuart Sherry is an electrical engineer with over 18 years of experience working in various roles in automotive product development and manufacturing equipment. Prior to joining ESi, Mr. Sherry led the North American electronics product development team for a large Tier 1 auto supplier to design, develop and launch innovative new ECUs for several different vehicles. Mr. Sherry has an extensive background in automotive electronics that includes failure analysis of returned parts, investigation of customer complaints, embedded software development, hardware design, and electronics manufacturing processes. He has developed proprietary data collection and analysis techniques to determine the root cause of various ECU design or production failures and performance issues. He specializes in automotive ECUs that control DC motors.