Exploring AEB and Automation at SAE Brake 2024

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The 42nd Brake Colloquium & Exhibition (SAE Brake) promises to be a pivotal event for brake technology enthusiasts. A highlight of this year’s event will be a Fireside Chat featuring Brian Hagman and David Kidd. They will discuss critical technology, consumer acceptance, and regulation impacting safety systems in the automotive industry, focusing on Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) and automation.

Key Highlights

  • Event: SAE Brake 2024
  • Date: Monday, September 16, 2024
  • Session: Fireside Chat
  • Participants: Brian Hagman and David Kidd
  • Topics: Critical technology, consumer acceptance, and regulation
  • Focus: Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) and automation

SAE Brake serves as a platform for industry leaders to discuss the future of braking technology. With a history of over four decades, it brings together the brightest minds in the industry, fostering an environment where ideas flourish and partnerships are forged.

David Kidd, a leading figure in applied research and vehicle safety, has developed numerous consumer safety programs at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). His extensive work includes over 35 peer-reviewed papers on topics such as seat belt use, distracted driving, and advanced driver assistance systems. Kidd holds a doctorate from George Mason University, emphasizing his profound expertise in the field.

Brian Hagman, the President of Hagman Media Group and Publisher of The BRAKE Report, is dedicated to informing and connecting the brake community. His platform, including a website, weekly newsletter, and LinkedIn pages, has become a crucial global resource for brake industry professionals. Additionally, as President of Hagman Search Group, Brian’s recruiting firm assists clients in finding top talent in the brake industry.

Join us at SAE Brake to gain insights into the future of braking technology. David Kidd’s perspective, as the architect of IIHS’s newest AEB ratings program, will provide valuable insights for brake engineers attending the colloquium. This session is set to be a highlight of the event, promising to enhance the experience for all attendees.

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