VEDECOM at the “Engineering Complex Preponderant Software Systems” seminar given by the DGA-TA

Gilles Le Calvez, VEDECOM’s Head of Validation and Approvals in Autonomous Mobility, was invited to attend the seventh “Engineering Complex Preponderant Software Systems” seminar, which took place in Toulouse on 16 and 17 October 2019.

He gave a presentation of VEDECOM’s activities in the field of autonomous vehicles, including the MOOVE project. The aim of this project is to make autonomous driving safer by collecting massive amounts of driving data; a business in touch with artificial intelligence, well-placed to contribute to the development of secure software for the automotive sector. This involvement attests to the Institute’s expertise in the development of ground-based autonomous systems, and its place within the French industrial landscape of artificial intelligence.

The event, organised every two years by the Aeronautical Techniques arm of the French defence procurement agency (DGA-TA), gathered together some 300 participants (Ministry of the Armed Forces, institutional and industrial stakeholders within the defence sector) based around the theme of “Impact of new technologies on operating safety and software engineering”. The Ministry of the Armed Forces centre of technical expertise for aeronautical issues had set the key focus of these two days of discussion as the qualification and certification of artificial intelligence alongside its impact on new technologies, their operating safety and embedded software engineering.

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