Call for Abstracts
SAE International is seeking experts to submit abstract for the development of a peer-reviewed manuscript that explores technology solution or thought leadership exploring connected and automated, transportation. It is estimated 68% of the world’s population will live in cities by 2050. Urbanization presents both challenges and opportunities for automotive manufacturers to develop sustainable, automated transportation. For cities, the high concentrations of people needing to move efficiently and safety, urban design is critical.
Automotive Engineering professionals need to work within vehicle and infrastructure design to deploy transportation in cities that is cleaner and can make a significant impact in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) that drive global warming. This applies to both the Commercial and Light-Duty Vehicle Industry
Critical Facets of Modern Automotive Mobility:
Connected Automated Vehicle (CAV)
Important Dates for Congress Abstract Submission:
The Deadline for Abstract Submission till June 15, 2023
- Notification of Abstract Acceptance: starting on the June 17, 2023
- Review Ready Manuscripts due to organizers July 10, 2023
- Final Manuscripts and copyright assignments due to SAE November 10, 2023
Withdrawals, the speaker should notify the organizer as soon as possible, a minimum of 2 months before the congress.
Any special requirements and specifications need to be requested and confirmed with the organizer before June 15th 2023.
SAE will publish the papers in book and e-book form under the title: Empowering Mobility 4.0, co-branded between SAE, Sustainable Mobility Solutions and RTA. Attendees of Dubai World Congress for Self-Driving Transport will receive a discount.
Abstracts will be reviewed for consideration to participate in Dubai World Congress for Self-Driving Transport as a presentation.
Sustainable Development for Automotive Industry (CAT1)
We are seeking manuscripts focuses on sustainable development for automotive industry in the United States and other countries: Life-cycle Analysis; Vehicle Ownership Cost; Fuel Economy and Energy Saving; Vehicle Emission Containing; Use and End-of-Life; Circular Economy; Energy Policies; and Advances in Alternative Energy sources.
Vehicle Internet of Things (CAT2)
The criticality of Vehicle Internet of Things (VIOT) has grown significantly with the advancement of ADAS, AVS and Smart Transportation technologies as well as new business models on connected consumer. We are seeking manuscripts focused on the following areas: smart transportation, driverless transportation, route optimization, new and emerging technologies and business practices, vehicle data (big data) analytics and machine learning algorithms, and Edge Devices.
Smart Transportation and Infrastructure (CAT3)
This session is seeking submissions focusing on Intelligent Transportation Systems and their associated technologies. We are seeking manuscripts focuses on case studies or research could include smart transportation, Automated Vehicles 3.0, V2I/V2X, testing and simulation, roads and infrastructure technologies, and similar mobility and transportation topics. Projects exploring automotive-specific applications of technologies such as 5G, edge computing, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and cloud-based application will also be considered.
What’s Next on Connected and Automated Transportation System Deployment? (CAT4)
We are seeking manuscripts on the current state of ADAS and connected and automated transportation system research and deployment, the lesson learned, next steps, and the future deployment plan. The topics include and not limited to connectivity and automation technology, consumer acceptance, safety assurance, infrastructure, sustainability, government involvement, and regional pilot status and lessons learned.
- Abstracts must be submitted online via website page to only ONE session. Offered papers shall not have been previously published; and if accepted, contributors will not release their paper for publication through other media.
- Paper acceptance will be based on organizer moderated peer review of a review ready manuscript.
- Abstracts should be 200 words or less.
- Manuscripts should try not to exceed 12 pages.