22-23 September 2016 | China Automotive Engineering Research Institute (CAERI), Chongqing, China 


Technical scope

The ICV 2016 organising committee encourages authors to submit abstracts focusing on real business case studies / scenarios, innovative tools and techniques and report on work completed or nearing final stages, or efforts that have concluded with an important outcome of interest, encouraged but not limited to the themes of the topics in the following areas:

Please do not submit any sales pitches as they will be rejected

Advanced driver assistance technologies:

  • Vehicle dynamics modelling and driver assistance control
  • Ecological driver assistance technology and application, including human machine interface, influences of driver behaviour on economy
  • Integration of active safety systems and the pursuit of zero casualties 
  • HMI design

Highly automated driving technologies:

  • Environmental sensors and sensor fusion
  • Latest developments and applications of automatic driving technology
  • Control and optimisation technology of intelligent vehicles, including vehicular platoon control with complex information flow, optimisation of economy during automatic driving
  • Digital maps and map watching
  • The opportunities and challenges of future intelligent vehicles
  • Human factors of highly automated driving
  • Human behaviour

Connected driving technologies:

  • V2X communication 
  • Advanced driver assistance through connectivity
  • Innovative intelligent electric cars
  • Innovative internet cars
  • Vehicular cyber-physical systems and big data
  • Cooperative vehicle infrastructure systems

  Standards and Testing technologies:
  • Test and evaluation technology of ADAS, including design of test scenarios,  virtual test, equipment.
  • Testing equipment and facilities 
  • Testing standards and certification
  • HMI and human factors