Day 1 | 5:00pm - 6:15pm
Keynote
Stage A

Automated Driving and Smart System Development: Insights from a Tool Supplier

Executive Panel
Stage A

Discussion on Autonomous Driving

Jack Little
President and CEO, MathWorks

Presentation description:

Model-based design, widely used for control development in many industries, plays a key role in developing high-reliability automotive systems. Automated driving involves integrating controls with perception and planning while introducing new sensors, algorithms, and domain experts. This talk discusses tool and process aspects of developing high-reliability automotive systems with greater autonomy.

Curriculum Vitae:

Jack Little is president and co-founder of MathWorks. He is a co-author and designer of MATLAB and Simulink. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University, where he specialized in control systems and signal processing. Jack is a fellow of the IEEE, a member of the MIT School of Engineering Dean’s Council, and a trustee of the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council.

Day 1 | 5:00pm – 6:15pm | Stage A

Automated Driving and Smart System Development: Insights from a Tool Supplier

Day 1 | 5:00pm – 6:15pm | Stage A

Executive Panel: Discussion on Autonomous Driving

Jack Little
President and CEO, MathWorks

Presentation description:

Model-based design, widely used for control development in many industries, plays a key role in developing high-reliability automotive systems. Automated driving involves integrating controls with perception and planning while introducing new sensors, algorithms, and domain experts. This talk discusses tool and process aspects of developing high-reliability automotive systems with greater autonomy.

Curriculum Vitae:

Jack Little is president and co-founder of MathWorks. He is a co-author and designer of MATLAB and Simulink. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University, where he specialized in control systems and signal processing. Jack is a fellow of the IEEE, a member of the MIT School of Engineering Dean’s Council, and a trustee of the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council.