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Learn How the Wind River Software-Defined Approach Will Transform Tomorrow's Connected and Autonomous Cars

January 8–11, 2019
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CES 2019
Westgate, Booth #1307, Las Vegas, NV

Visit the Wind River® booth at CES to see live demonstrations of our innovative and complete software solution suite, which enables automakers to increase operational flexibility while dramatically improving efficiency, safety, security, reliability, and quality.

Stop by or schedule a meeting with one of our experts, and learn how we draw on our heritage in mission-critical industries to help manufacturers unify, simplify, and maintain safe and secure software systems for next-generation connected and autonomous cars.

We'll also be holding private and public sessions in collaboration with industry thought leaders to discuss the future of cars and the steps we’ll all take to get there.

Our Demonstrations

Come see the Wind River technologies that help make tomorrow’s cars connected, autonomous, safe, and secure.

Hardware Consolidation and Over-the-Air Updates

Find out how you can lower hardware, software, and development costs without compromising the car's safety features.

  • Consolidation and software reuse
  • End-to-end framework for remote OTA updates
  • Secure connectivity and uncompromised safety

Driver Monitoring in the Autonomous Vehicle

Experience the possibilities of current technology in autonomous driving.

  • Multi-camera visual understanding of the driver’s face and mood
  • State-of-the-art deep learning technology
  • Safe, secure, reliable solutions for autonomous driving


Explore this collaborative research platform from industry leaders across the value chain for developing and testing safe, smart, and secure connected and autonomous technologies.

  • Develop strategies and technologies that safely and securely increase the pace, quality, development, and testing of connected vehicle technologies and improve the communities around them
  • Grow a path to production
  • Explore myriad advanced use cases that address a diverse set of market challenges

Wind River technology is demonstrated in collaboration with the partners below and many others.


Join us in our booth on Wednesday, January 9, to learn more about our collaboration with the Transportation Research Center (TRC), Ohio State University (OSU), Columbus, and the City of Dublin to advance smart, connected, and autonomous technologies.

You can also check out the Wind River Rolling Lab, a test vehicle that highlights technologies from the Wind River Chassis portfolio of automotive software.

Wind River Mobile Technology Shwocase


Simulation and Innovation in ADAS and Autonomous Modeling

Shawn Midlam-Mohler, Associate Professor, Ohio State University
Wednesday, January 9, 10:00 a.m.

How can autonomous vehicles demonstrate their reliability in terms of fatalities and injuries, without being driven hundreds of millions of miles? This presentation will cover:

  • How the open source software toolchain will help ADAS/AV vehicle system development
  • How to maintain effective software costs for widespread adoption
  • The top HILS techniques and approaches for emulating physical complex systems

The Smart Columbus Region

Mark Patton, Vice President, Smart Cities, Columbus Partnership
Doug McCollough, Chief Information Officer, City of Dublin
Wednesday, January 9, 11:30 a.m.

See how Columbus, winner of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge, is using $50 million in grant funding to test intelligent transportation services, new mobility service models, and new behaviors to help identify what works in the Columbus Region—and can work across the country. You will learn:

  • How data is the heartbeat of the Smart Columbus initiative
  • How Smart Columbus is working with community leaders to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, accelerate electric vehicle adoption, and decarbonize the grid
  • How we launched the first self-driving shuttle in the state of Ohio, and what comes next
  • How cities and municipalities in the region are demonstrating and testing the benefits of connected vehicle technology

Implementation of Autonomous Test Environments

Alex Lybarger, Automated Vehicle Lead, Transportation Research Center Inc.
Tim Seitz, Ph.D., Connected Vehicle Lead, Transportation Research Center Inc.
Wednesday, January 9, 1:30 p.m.

Discover the tools available to evaluate the safety and reliability of current and developing AV technologies. You will learn:

  • How to design, configure, and execute test scenarios in a dynamic environment
  • How test objects are controlled and scheduled to move, as well as how they respond and react to other objects or triggers
  • How traffic signals, soft targets, pedestrians, and other unmanned vehicles can interact with an AV in a test scenario to determine roadworthiness