Workshop Details

Location: Workshop Room 2, The Autonomous Main Event
Date: September 29, 2021
Time: 14:15 – 16:15 CEST

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Workshop Description

Following the law on level 3 automated driving in 2017, this year, Germany took a pioneering role and broke new ground with the recent introduction of a new law on autonomous driving that intends to allow “autonomous vehicles” at level 4 for regular operation as soon as 2021. By this legislative move, Germany is the first country in the world to allow driverless cars on the roads in defined operating areas (corresponding to the “operational design domain” or “ODD”).

This workshop will cover the various opportunities and challenges that come with the new regulation, but also the next steps that are still needed for a harmonizing international and European legal framework.

Speakers Workshop Speakers

Special guests will present the latest autonomous driving regulatory insights.

POSSER SPIETH WOLFERS & PARTNERS (pswp)
Founding Partner
Benedikt
Wolfers
POSSER SPIETH WOLFERS & PARTNERS (pswp)
Founding Partner
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Benedikt Wolfers is a founding partner of POSSER SPIETH WOLFERS & PARTNERS (pswp), a law firm specialized in national and international regulation for different industries, notably automotive, energy, finance and infrastructure. He has been engaged for many years in the design and approval process for SAE L3 and 4 systems and the development of homologation and road traffic law. He is advising OEMs, semiconductors, tier 1 companies in Europe and the US and has long-standing experience with national and international regulatory bodies and governments.

Foretellix
Chief Regulatory Affairs Officer
Gil
Amid
Foretellix
Chief Regulatory Affairs Officer
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A former Intel VP, Gil has over 30 years of experience in the verification world, from system level H/W and S/W verification, to VLSI/microprocessors validation and verification. Today, he is serving as Chief Regulatory Affairs Officer at Foretellix, which he also co-founded. Foretellix is developing a Scenario Based Coverage Driven Verification Environment for ADS. Gil is actively involved in various autonomous vehicles safety standardization and regulation setting activities. He is also the standardization project leader for OpenSCENARIO 2.0 with ASAM.

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