Major autonomous vehicle tech conference now underway in Detroit

Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor have always been at the cutting edge of vehicle technology. With the opening of American Center of Mobility and other projects, it's currently at the forefront of autonomous vehicle technology. 

That's the reason why AutoSens, a four-day conference on autonomous vehicle technology, decided to have it in Detroit. Taking place at the Michigan Science Center, this conference convenes 750 world experts for a variety of educational, networking, and hands-on experiences.

"AutoSens is one of the most influential meeting places for OEM, Tier 1 and supply chain engineers to advance ADAS (advanced driver-assistance systems) technologies and improve automotive safety," said Patrick Denny, chairman of the AutoSens Advisory Board, in a press release. "It combines high-level technical discussion with a first-class social program."

AutoSense takes place from May 14 through 17. Tickets are still available and may be purchased here. Discounted tickets are available as part of AutoSens' Women in Engineering initiative, an effort to support gender equality within the automotive industry and to involve more women in the conference.

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Aaron Mondry is the managing editor of Model D and a Detroit-based freelance writer. Visit his website and follow him on Twitter @AaronMondry.
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