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On August 29th and September 26th Waymo and Formula Student Germany are hosting the first ever virtual FSG Driverless Workshop!

The virtual event is for students from North America and around the globe already building driverless vehicles or interested in developing these skills in the coming years. Participants will gain insights on simulation and how to make vehicles completely driverless from one of the world’s leading autonomous technology companies, and learn how to approach a wide array of Formula Student Driverless specific issues from several top Formula Student Driverless teams.

You won't want to miss this exciting opportunity to learn something new and broaden your networks.

Schedule for Saturday 29th of August 2020

Time PDT   Title Speaker
08:00 – 08:1515' Welcome FSG
08:15 – 09:1560' Intro to Waymo + Designing the Waymo Driver Waymo
09:15 – 10:1560' What is the Formula Student Driverless (Electric) competition about: history and conception FSG
10:15 – 11:4590' HW + SW Sensing: Common considerations for different sensor technologies UAS München
Karlsruhe KIT
11:45 – 12:3045' ML in Sensing - Benefits and drawbacks FSOCO
12:30 – 13:1545' Vehicle state estimation TU Dresden
13:15 – 14:0045' How to: Planning & mapping UAS Augsburg
14:00 – 14:4545' How to: Controls ETH Zürich
14:45 – 15:3045' HW actuators - redundancy, fail-safe (EBS, steering) FSG
15:30 – 16:1545' How to ship reliable code: Bloopers, bugs and errors TU Munich
16:15 – 17:0045' Specific challenges in the US: Sponsors, the university, team recruitment MIT
17:00 – 17:4545' Exchange and Cooperation in FSD: Publish knowledge, code, data TU Hamburg
17:45 – 18:4560' How to build a winning self-driving stack in FSD ETH Zürich

Schedule for Saturday 26th of September 2020

Time PDT   Title Speaker
08:00 - 08:1515' Welcome FSG
08:15 - 09:0045' The importance of simulation Waymo
09:00 - 09:1515' Simulation in FS Driverless FSG
09:15 - 11:15120' Deep dive into some simulations MIT/TU Delft
TU Chalmers
11:15 - 12:1560' Beyond simulation - porting the simulation to real vehicle TU Delft
12:15 - 13:4590' Hands-on intro to developing lidar and vision classifiers MIT HAN Lab
13:45 - 14:4560' Open Q&A session via Slido with all speakers and event wrap-up all

short link: fsg.one/20200829

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