The 21st international conference on vehicular electronics and safety (ICVES) will be hosted for the first time in Egypt, at the German university in Cairo (GUC) from September 4 to 6.
This reflects Egypt’s pioneering role, in the light of its presidency of the African Union (AU).
The ICVES was previously hosted in many countries including: China, USA, India, Turkey, Australia, Japan, and Spain.
GUC was chosen by the event organizers, as it is considered a world-class expertise in keeping up with the latest technologies, and techniques adopted by Germany in its educational system.
The ICVES General Chair Dr. Omar Shehata said that the conference agenda includes many topics relating to the operation and development of self-driving vehicles, electromagnetic compatibility, vehicles electrical networks, and intelligent speed control system.
“The ICVES sponsored by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS), is a premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of intelligent vehicular electronics and safety,” Shehata said. “It brings together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world.”
“Self-driving vehicles field attracts global attention especially in the light of the fourth industrial revolution, which promotes opportunities for intensive use of the latest technologies, and innovations,” he added.