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Driving Innovation at the Edge

Join us at CES 2020. Our team of experts will be on hand to help you solve some of your toughest business and technical challenges related to designing safe, secure, and reliable autonomous systems.

January 7–10

Las Vegas Convention Center
North Hall, Booth #9029
Las Vegas, NV

Places You’ll Find Us

Visit our booth in North Hall, #9029, for live demonstrations of our latest solutions. Or check us out at one of these CES events:

Panel Discussion: Electrification and Autonomous

Connect2Car Conference Track

January 7, 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
LVCC North Hall N258

Experts address how consumer expectations, Federal and State policy development, technological advancements, and market drivers are impacting the potential of electrified platforms, ADAS, and automated technology to transform the transportation ecosystem into one driven by electrification.

Moderator: Matt Jones, Wind River
Panelists: Maya Pindeus, Humanizing Autonomy • Shannon Baker-Branstetter, Consumer Reports • Chris Moyer, Exelon • Ted Cannis, Ford Motor Company

Attend the Discussion

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GENIVI CES Networking Reception & Showcase

January 7, 6:00 p.m.–9:30 p.m.

Dive deeper into our automotive solutions while enjoying some refreshments with GENIVI alliance members.

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The Next Phase for Autonomous Cars: Conquering Real-World Business Challenges

January 9, 9:00 a.m.
RTI Booth #713, Westgate Convention Center

In order for OEMs to successfully get to production with autonomous cars, they must overcome several key hurdles. They must determine not only whether a particular technology works, but also which technology is best for the consumer and for the business, as well as that it performs properly time and time again. As more intelligence and functionality are demanded from automobiles and complexity increases, it will be important to evaluate new architectures and techniques, such as workload consolidation, to support the growing need for more compute power while ensuring the highest levels of reliability and determinism.

In this session, Wind River will share insights about:

  • Thoughtful software design approaches in order to reach production scale
  • Navigating challenges such as stringent safety certifications and production budget limitations
  • Necessary technologies and architectures to address complex demands around the need for increased compute, AI, safety, and security

Speaker: Peter Brown, Chief Automotive Solutions, Wind River

Visit Our Booth To See Wind River Technology in Action

Services Oriented Architecture (SoA) for Connected, Autonomous, Electrified Vehicles

Demonstration showcases virtualization with hypervisor enabling multiple HMI displays, each with their own OS instance, demonstrate GPU sharing.

The Rolling Lab

Live demonstration features production-ready OTA updates and ECU consolidation technologies with integrated digital instrument cluster.

Connectivity Control Unit with Hyundai Autron

Connectivity solution framework for integrating advanced compute features found in autonomous driving.

Safety Certifiable ADAS with Intron

ADAS Domain Controller developed with SOME/IP based interoperability between AUTOSAR Classic Platform and the Performance Computation Unit.

Vehicle-to-Cloud OTA with Airbiquity

Open, flexible, end-to-end software lifecycle management solution for autonomous enabling secure and intelligent OTA updates and data management.

Interactive Virtual 5G Experience

Virtual tour showcasing demanding use cases across mission-critical industries such as automotive, avionics, industrial, medical and telecom, that require the highest levels of cybersecurity and safety.

Wind River Ecosystem

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

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