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21st - 23rd May | Huntington Place, Detroit

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Be part of an agenda packed with the latest technical insights from experts and academics developing in-cabin monitoring technology from around the world.

Call for papers is now open for InCabin Detroit 2024

InCabin is coming to Detroit for the first time in 2024, following the phenomenal success of our 2023 events in Phoenix and Brussels. Our audience are thirsty for technology and insights into the latest developments in research. We want to hear from you if you have a case study, research outcome or innovation win that you want to share. We actively encourage submissions from historically underrepresented groups, and seek to foster an inclusive environment at our events

Topics we're interested in...

InCabin Detroit | Huntington Place, Detroit | 21-23 May 2024

We will consider all submitted abstracts – however we are particularly interested in technical presentations on the following topic areas relating to developing an intelligent automotive interior:

  • Interior monitoring sensor developments and system integration

  • Commercial drivers for OMS/DMS

  • Challenges of testing, verification and validation

  • HMI considerations and standards

  • Human Factors Science

  • Algorithmic challenges and interpretation of in-cabin signals

  • NCAP requirements and other legislation and standardisation

  • Data quality requirements

  • System performance metrics

Our Call for Papers is now closed. However, if you are intesrested in getting involved with our future events, please get in touch with us to discuss your proposal.

Submit your abstract for InCabin Detroit 2024

Helpful tips to consider before submitting your abstract:

  • Make it clear what the proposed presentation will cover
  • Abstracts shouldn’t be too general, for technical presentations please indicate what research, results, industry applications, examples you will be including in your presentation
  • Consider what the key take aways for delegates will be
  • Think about the presentation title and don’t include product or company names
  • If you are a supplier consider doing a joint presentation with a client