AVX Would discuss about Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning in Commercial Vehicles at COMVEC 2018

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AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer and supplier of advanced electronic components and interconnect, sensor, control, and antenna solutions, has been invited to participate in a technical panel discussion about artificial intelligence and machine learning for commercial vehicles at the COMVEC 2018 conference and exposition, which will take place September 11th –13th  in Rosemont, Illinois, and will focus on disruptive technologies in the global commercial vehicle market.

Hosted by SAE International, COMVEC is widely recognized as the leading annual technical event for the on- and off-highway industry, and is attended by design engineers, supply managers, executives, technologists, researchers, academics, consultants, and government representatives working in the agricultural, construction, industrial, military, and mining sectors.

This year’s event will feature two vertical symposia tracks, nearly 20 expert panel discussions, and dynamic technical displays all designed to provide practical knowledge about the latest tools, challenges, solutions, and opportunities in the industry, encourage lively discussion amongst presenters and attendees, facilitate networking, and spark innovation.

AVX Fellow Ron Demcko and Caterpillar Chief Analytics Director, Morgan Vawter, will participate in the Total Vehicle Mechatronics and Integration Committee panel discussion, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, which will take place Tuesday, September 11, from 10:30am to 12:00pm and will focus on the important role that artificial intelligence (AI) will play in shifting the current landscape of the transportation industry.

The AVX portion of the panel will focus on the benefits that innovative, automotive-grade, high-reliability, and high-value passive components, and especially those imbued with self-healing capabilities, can provide in the critical path, processing, safety, and propulsion circuitry of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and commercial and military vehicle AI systems.

 

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