The IROS 2020 Workshop on Benchmarking Autonomous Driving
Duckietown has also a science mission: to help develop technologies for reproducible benchmarking in robotics.
The IROS 2020 Workshop on Benchmarking Autonomous Driving provides a platform to investigate and discuss the methods by which progress in autonomous driving is evaluated, benchmarked, and verified.
It is free to attend.
The workshop is structured into 4 panels around four themes.
- Assessing Progress for the Field of Autonomous Driving
- How to evaluate AV risk from the perspective of real world deployment (public acceptance, insurance, liability, …)?
- Best practices for AV benchmarking
- Algorithms and Paradigms
The workshop will take place on Oct. 25, 2020 starting at 10am EDT.
We have a list of excellent invited panelists from academia, industry, and regulatory organizations. These include:
- Emilio Frazzoli (ETH Zürich / Motional)
- Alex Kendall (Wayve)
- Jane Lappin (National Academy of Sciences)
- Bryant Walker Smith (USC Faculty of Law)
- Luigi Di Lillo (Swiss Re Insurance),
- John Leonard (MIT)
- Fabio Bonsignorio (Heron Robots)
- Michael Milford (QUT)
- Oscar Beijbom (Motional)
- Raquel Urtasun (University of Toronto / Uber ATG).
Please join us...
Please join us on October 25, 2020 starting at 10am EST for what should be a very engaging conversation about the difficult issues around benchmarking progress in autonomous vehicles.
For full details about the event please see here.