2nd Symposium Driving Simulation - SDS

Aug. 30, 2016
Experts discuss the technical progress of driving simulation on the way to autonomous driving. More than 60 participants met in Berlin for the 2nd Symposium on Driving Simulation on June 29 - 30 to discuss the latest developments and trends in driving simulation.

The main topics of this event taking place at the Technische Universität Berlin were driver assistance systems, autonomous driving and user-centered developments. The guiding principle “Heading Towards Autonomous Driving – Auf dem Weg zum Autonomen Fahren” said it all during the 2nd Symposium on Driving Simulation on June 29 and 30, 2016 in Berlin. For the second time decision-makers and experts in the automotive industry and commercial vehicle production, the research field and IT discussed topics relating to driving simulation. The event was aimed at providing representatives from science and business with a better approach to the subject of driving simulation: “With the Symposium on Driving Simulation we provide an exchange forum for specialists, who want to obtain more information independently of technologies and manufacturers. We are pleased that this offer has been met with such a sympathetic response”, said Dr. Christoph Runde, managing director of the VDC Fellbach. The Symposium on Driving Simulation was hosted by the Automotive Simulation Center Stuttgart (asc(s), TU Berlin (Chair of Industrial Information Technology) and the Virtual Dimension Center (VDC) Fellbach together.

The complete press release is available for download here.