Women in Mobility Symposium (WiM)

The 2nd edition of Women in Mobility (WiM) Symposium, the first smart mobility event with all women speakers, provides a forum for knowledge sharing and connection and sheds light on the increasing and impactful roles of women in a male-dominated mobility industry.

WiM Co-Chair and Keynote Speaker

Omaimah Bamasag

Deputy of Transport Enablement, Transport General Authority (TGA), KSA

WiM Co-Chair and Speaker

Eiman Kanjo

Professor and Head of Smart Sensing Lab, Nottingham Trent University, UK

WiM Co-Chair and Keynote Speaker

Tanzila Saba

Professor and Leader of Artificial Intelligence & Data Analytics Lab, Prince Sultan University, KSA

Panel Moderator

Samar Khan

Head of Research and Strategic Communication, Royal Commission for Makkah City and Holy Sites (RCMC), KSA

Speaker

Salma Alsinan

AI & Advanced Computing Domain Champion | EXPEC Advanced Research Center- KAUST Upstream Research Center, Aramco, KSA

Speaker

Nezha Saidi Jamjoom

Co-Founder | Chief Commercial Officer, hopOn Mobility, KSA

Speaker

Zainab Alamin

VP. Digital Transformation & Sustainability,Microsoft, KSA

Speaker

Esther Quintanilla

Global & EMEAI Automotive Strategic Mobility Leader, Dow Polyurethanes

Speaker

Seham Elbehissy

Digital Transformation & New Mobility Expert

Tala Al Ansari
Speaker

Board Member, Centre of Excellence in Smart Construction, UAE

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Panel Title: Engineering and Societal Adoption Challenges of Automated Driving Systems
IEEE International Conference on Smart Mobility (IEEESM)
Across the globe, there are tens of companies pursuing the development of automated driving systems (ADS), ranging over SAE Driving Automation Levels 3-5. There are several open engineering challenges of ADS software – particularly in development and validation of ADS operation in challenging weather conditions, critical corner cases, dealing with a variety of pedestrians and traffic conditions, and cooperation with human operated vehicles. Many standards (e.g., ISO 26262, ISO 21448) are emerging providing guidelines to ensure safety of ADS under the intended operating conditions. On the other hand, there are societal concerns that technological advancements such as ADS and robotics might bring in, e.g., people being out of work, competing with automation etc.. Initiatives like Partners for Automated Vehicle Education (PAVE) aim to alleviate such concerns by educating public and policymakers on pros and cons of automated driving systems. This panel discussion will focus on ADS engineering and societal adoption challenges and offer some possible solutions.
Ramesh S Senior Technical Fellow, General Motors, USA
Panel Moderator
Arun Adiththan Senior Researcher, General Motors, USA
Panel Moderator
Panel Description
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Panel Title: Engineering and Societal Adoption Challenges of Automated Driving Systems
IEEE International Conference on Smart Mobility (IEEESM)
Across the globe, there are tens of companies pursuing the development of automated driving systems (ADS), ranging over SAE Driving Automation Levels 3-5. There are several open engineering challenges of ADS software – particularly in development and validation of ADS operation in challenging weather conditions, critical corner cases, dealing with a variety of pedestrians and traffic conditions, and cooperation with human operated vehicles. Many standards (e.g., ISO 26262, ISO 21448) are emerging providing guidelines to ensure safety of ADS under the intended operating conditions. On the other hand, there are societal concerns that technological advancements such as ADS and robotics might bring in, e.g., people being out of work, competing with automation etc.. Initiatives like Partners for Automated Vehicle Education (PAVE) aim to alleviate such concerns by educating public and policymakers on pros and cons of automated driving systems. This panel discussion will focus on ADS engineering and societal adoption challenges and offer some possible solutions.
Ramesh S Senior Technical Fellow, General Motors, USA
Arun Adiththan Senior Researcher, General Motors, USA
Panel Moderator
Panel Description
Panel Moderator
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