The 2021 Conference is now over

Thank you to all that attended.

Review from Vehicle Electronics
One of the biggest headaches facing developers of future autonomous driving systems is how to test that they work before putting them in the hands of real people. There have already been some much publicised accidents in which early versions have been involved.

For technology that has a selling point of reducing accidents, that is not a good situation. But when designing a car that has to drive itself in an unlimited number of unknown situations, testing with a high degree of certainty is not easy. And while real-world testing, that is testing these cars on actual roads with real traffic and pedestrians, brings the most important data, in the long term for cost reasons most testing will need to be done through simulation.

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“I found the event really useful for the networking and I have really missed the face to face introductions and chats that events like this bring. Whilst the event brings new members to the audience each year, there’s a bit of a family feel to this event which also gives it a uniqueness and adds to the collaborative feel.”

Paul Brookes, Siemens Mobility
“I consider the AESIN Conference to be a ‘must attend’ event that can provide those in involved in all aspects of road engineering and technology with real insight into the world of automotive electronics, propulsion and software”.
Darren Capes , Department for Transport
“If you are working in the field of automotive electronics, the AESIN conference is an excellent event to learn more about emerging application areas such as ADAS and car electrification.  The event has a wide scope of participation, which includes car makers, silicon vendors and universities who are presenting on leading edge technologies and concepts that will be adopted future vehicles.  It is also a great event for networking and meeting like minded people who are working in the automotive electronics space” 
Daniel Murphy, ST Microelectronics
“I really enjoyed the conference and it was great to see and network with so many people there.”
Dr Joanna White, National Highways
“Shaping the future of automotive connectivity and electronics in the UK”
David Skipp, FORD Motor Company
“It was fantastic to see such a strong turnout and with people very keen to network. The presentations were of a high standard with a great set of speakers at a very well organised event.”
Mike Bell, Ricardo UK

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Join the leading minds driving Innovation in Vehicle Electronics at AESIN 2021 – The UK’s Premier Automotive Electronics Conference

The Government has committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 and banned vehicles wholly powered by petrol and diesel by 2030. AESIN is working with Industry and Government partners to support organisations developing the enabling technologies that will help us to achieve these goals.

In addition to new electrification technologies we will also focus on the ways in which ADAS & Highly Automated Vehicles, More Electric Powertrain, Clean & Connected Mobility, Software, Skills and Security all play a key role in achieving the overall net zero goals.

Once again, we are pleased to be hosting the conference from the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull (view on map)


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“Such a fantastic day at the AESIN Conference discussing the role of in delivering always-on connectivity for the automotive sector”
“A great evening, thanks to the AESIN team for a great event”
Charles Macfarlane, CBO, Codeplay

“Well done for another successful AESIN conference, we’re very happy to attend, support and be associated with it.”

“I had a great day and really enjoyed the event. I can’t believe it was my first AESIN!”
“The Conference was well worth the day if only for the amazing variety of speakers. Wish could have been in several presentations at once!”

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About the National Motorcycle Museum

The National Motorcycle Museum is recognised as the finest and largest British motorcycle museum in the world and originally opened its doors in October 1984 with a collection of 350 motorcycles on display. The Museum owes its formation to the drive and ambition of one man, Mr WR (Roy) Richards. Roy passed away in 2008 but his work continues under the guardianship of Roy’s Widow Christine & Son’s Simon and Nick with The Museum collection now boasting some 1000 plus machines, fully restored to the manufacturers original specifications.

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AESIN is a collaborative, non-profit, response to the Automotive Sector Revolution in complex Electronic Systems enabling technology for the more Electric Connected and Automated vehicles of tomorrow. With roots in the Electronics Deep Tech sector AESIN aims to be the home for OEMs, Tier 1 Systems integrators, Component and Software companies, infrastructure providers, insurers, local authorities, government agencies and anyone seeking to embrace next generation Automotive Electronics innovation.

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