Revealing the Truth
  • Room 005, Babbage Building

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Modern cars are moving towards removing many requirements for the driver to control the car. 

The technology is far from ready to do this on public roads at present. A plethora of sensors are used to aid vehicle navigation. Can the same sensors replace the police’s accident forensics teams to reveal the truth?

This talk will be given by Dr David Jenkins from the School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics at the University of Plymouth.

This event is organised by the IET (Devon and Cornwall Network). The session is equivalent to one hour CPD and is open to all - no booking required. Contact jack.aust@btopenworld.com for queries.

Programme

  • 18:30 - Refreshments in Room 002, Babbage Building
  • 19:00 - Lecture starts in Room 005, Babbage Building


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