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Schedule of events


October 8th


Exhibitor Setup

Exhibition Opens

Roundtable discussions

Exhibition opens for Welcome Drinks Reception


October 9th

Conference & Exhibition

Drinks Reception


October 10th

Conference & Exhibition

Exhibitor Tear down


Relevant technical disciplines include image sensors, cameras, LiDAR, radar, thermal imaging, ultrasonic, image quality, optics, GPUs, IMUs, ethernet, sensor fusion, AI, computer vision, deep learning, algorithms, testing, calibration, validation, simulation, mapping, and localization.

This year’s Europe event will showcase innovations in all the above technology areas, and includes a focus on these Key Themes, defined via research with our engineering community: 

Elevating User Experience through UX & HMI Design

Personalizing Connected Mobility and Infotainment

Unleashing the AI Revolution in In-Cabin Technology

Insightful Sensing for Driver and Occupant Behavior

Ensuring Safety through In-Cabin System Validation

Redefining Comfort and Wellness in Vehicles


Exploring developments in the regulatory landscape and what’s next for in-cabin monitoring


Opening up discussion on the latest design trends and evaluation and research practices


Conversations around comfort, privacy and well-being; including the shift towards software-defined vehicles


Building an immersive car and enhancing the user experience

Also on the agenda...

  • Interior monitoring sensor developments and system integration
  • Challenges of testing, verification and validation
  • HMI considerations and standards
  • Human Factors and User Experience in the Cabin
  • Algorithmic challenges and interpretation of in-cabin signals
  • DMS Evolution and Impairment Detection
  • Role of AI and Ethics in Vehicle Cabin and Synthetic Data
  • Innovation in In-Cabin Hardware (cameras and beyond
  • Infotainment and comfort applications driving OEM decisions

Shaping Tomorrow's Automotive Sensing Landscape, One Discussion at a Time

Attendees can expect to see sessions covering topics from legislative and regulatory updates on automotive safety, through to the evolution of comfort features in the cabin. A core focus will be given to HMI designs and evaluation, Engineers will understand how HMI should underpin what they are doing, whilst understanding more about how OEMs can differentiate themselves via in-cabin technology and innovations that are being developed to help them do so. 

Key focus areas for InCabin include AI and Ethics, Next-Gen Automotive Sensing and Monitoring, Displays and Interactions, Human Factors and Safety.

InCabin Speaking Panel

Technical Tutorials

Only available to Full Pass holders, our tutorials are the perfect opportunity to dive deep into core industry topics, interact with industry leaders, collaborate with like-minded engineers, and elevate your expertise by tackling tough questions and broadening your skill set.

Topics for 2024 are DMS and Human Interactions. Check out more details on our two tutorials below.

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Check out the first batch of expert-led sessions on our Agenda for InCabin Europe.
Watch this space for more keynotes, presentations and panels to be announced soon.


The Future of ADAS in China

Torsten Wendler
Head of ADAS/AD
Volkswagen Group (China) Technology Company 

During the last few years China has been highly competitive in new energy vehicles market. Two fields of innovation stand out: Electrification and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. To  enhance competitiveness in China market, Volkswagen has established a comprehensive “in China for China” strategy. In the field of ADAS, the two core pillars are the launch of the “Volkswagen China Technology Company” and the foundation of a new joint venture with Horizon Robotics called “CARIZON”. 

This keynote presentation will address the specific market situation in China for ADAS Systems, including features, trends, and regulations. It will cover Volkswagen’s insights and elaborate on the “in China for China” strategy and competence ramp-up. Additionally, Wendler will outline Volkswagen China Technology Company´s technology development strategy to better meet local demand and become the major foreign car manufacturer in China for NEVs. 

The Major Flaw in Automotive Image Sensors

Albert Theuwissen

Albert Theuwissen
Harvest Imaging 

Pixel Scaling in Automotive CMOS Image Sensors

Boyd Fowler

In mobile and security markets solid state image sensor pixels have been shrinking for the last 4 decades. Continuous efforts in this area have been driven by the need for increased spatial resolution and reduced systems costs. In the 1980s the average solid state image sensor pixels were larger than 10um x 10um, but by 2023 the smallest pixels used in mobile phone sensors were only 0.56um x 0.56um.        

Although the automotive market has many similarities to the mobile and security markets it is very different. There is currently a push to reduce pixel size in automotive CMOS image sensors but the design tradeoffs make this a difficult task.   In this presentation we will discuss the key tradeoffs associated with scaling pixels in CMOS images sensors for automotive applications. These performance tradeoffs include resolution, high dynamic range, signal to noise ratio (SNR), low light sensitivity, LED flicker mitigation, readout speed, power, die size and cost. 

Researching InCabin Monitoring: Multi Modal AI Models for Infinite Applications

Frederik Diedrichs
Head of Perceptual User Interfaces
Fraunhofer IOSB 

Fraunhofer IOSB is researching on the edge of InCabin Monitoring. Starting when cameras where still a no-go in car-cockpits in 2010 to a world where driver monitoring becomes a milestone in driving safety, comparable to the introduction of seatbelts.  

The speech will introduce Fraunhofer’s Research Tool for InCabin research and reference measures as well as latest algorithms that incorporate LLM and VLM into a holistic analysis of the situation in the cabin.  

The speech will introduce latest Fraunhofer research, data collections, methods and models and stimulate innovation ideas. Latest work on using advanced occupant monitoring systems for highly individualized Human-AI-Interactions is showcased in Fraunhofers GenUIn approach.  

The speech will provide answers to the following questions: 

How to extract meaningful information from AI Vision Models? 

How to combine Vision Models with ML-algorithms? 

How to reach a multi modal model? 

Activities, Intentions, Motion Sickness, Attention and Sleep: Exemplary Fraunhofer Research with Advanced Occupant Monitoring Systems 

Generated User Interfaces (GenUIn) with Eyes 

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Accelerating the Adoption of In-Cabin Monitoring Systems

Adriano Palao

Adriano Palao
Technical Manager ADAS & AD

After the successful and pioneering introduction of Driver State Monitoring requirements in 2023 as part of the current 5 Star Programme, Euro NCAP will introduce in 2026 updated and new requirements in line with their Vision 2030 Roadmap, leveraging interior monitoring systems toward safe driving:  

  • Improved detection of seatbelt use
  • Airbag & restraint optimization
  • Direct child presence detection
  • Post-crash information for Rescue
  • Driver monitoring towards greater safety benefit & enhanced ADAS

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What’s Driving Innovation? Regulation vs. Technology in the Global ADAS and AD Market

Roger C. Lanctot
Strategia Now 

The automotive industry and regulators abhor a vacuumIt’s clear that regulators will not allow autonomy to simply “sneak up” on the industry and the marketChina, the E.U., and even the U.S. are making their regulatory preferences known even though sometimes it may require reading tea leavesLanctot will read those tea leaves and describe how they are determining the pace of market adoption. 

Quantifying Sensor Simulation Quality

Prof. Alexander Braun
Professor of Physics
University of Applied Sciences Dusseldorf 


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More Speakers to be announced soon

Plus, technical sessions on human factors and user experience, the evolution of in-cabin displays and interactions, synthetic data and innovations in in-cabin hardware.



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