KSEE 2019 – Systems Engineering in Autonomy

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This year the Kongsberg Systems Engineering Event (KSEE) is exploring autonomy from design to real world integration and use.


20 Jun

Practical information

Autonomous technology emerge for transportation and logistics of people and goods and are found in maritime, road, rail, air, and industrial sectors. We will be joined by experts from industry and academia who will provide insight into the design process from ideas to test and implementation.

Our two day conference is an excellent platform where you can engage with the relevant activities and networks in these fields, through inspiring and informative speeches and case studies from experts and leaders, as well as discussions on how the Systems Engineering community can work together to embrace the Era of Autonomy.

Keynote speakers

 

Andrew Philippides. Photo.

Andrew Philippides

Professor of Biorobotics and Co-Director: Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics
Department of Informatics
University of Sussex
Presentation topic: "Insect-Inspired Autonomous Navigation: Smart Tricks for Small Brains".

 

 

Anette Anfinnsen

Annette Anfinnsen

CEO Robotic Innovation,
Nominated to Innovation Norway’s Female Entrepreneur Award 2019.
Presentation topic: "Systems Integration of #AlexisTheRobot in Public Spaces".

Presentation speakers

 

Harald Tronstad

 

Harald Tronstad
LogTech
Presentation topic: Digital Twin: Real Time Monitoring Systems for Fish Farms”.

 

 

Marco Di Maio. Photo.Marco Di Maio
Professor of Systems Engineering
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, DE
Presentation title: Automated Interface Management with CLOSE, the Closed Loop SE Methodology.