Lecture Name : The experience of the Ministry of Municipal, Rural Affairs and Housing in the applications and uses of artificial intelligence and its impact on improving the level of traffic safety on the road network and smart cities
Secretary Of The Eastern Region, "a Spokesman For The Ministry Of Municipal, Rural Affairs And Housing"
His Excellency The Secretary Of The Eastern Region Municipality
His Excellency The Secretary Of The AlAhsa Municipality
Ministry Of Municipal, Rural Affairs And Housing
Chairman Of The Board Of Directors Of The Gulf Road And Transport Engineering Society
Lecture Name : The experience of the Transport General Authority in the applications and uses of artificial intelligence and its impact on improving the level of traffic safety on the road network and smart cities.
Land Transport Agent In The Public Authority For Transport
Has A Master's Degree In Civil Engineering From (UNSW)
He Is Specialized In The Field Of Transport Engineering, And He Has Experience In Transport Policies And Planning
He Is Taking Over As Land Transport Deputy At Transport General Authority (TGA)
He Took Several Leadership Positions Through The Past Years.
Presented Many Specialized Scientific Papers In Many Local And International Forums
He Is A Member Of The Board Of Directors Of Takamul Smart Transport Services Company And UITP Mena Executive Board Member
Lecture Name : Global Regulatory Framework for Safe and Secure Vehicles importance for Road Safety
Mr. Walter NISSLER Is The Chief Of The Vehicle Regulations,
Road Traffic Safety And Transport Innovations Section At United Nations Economic Commission For Europe With Responsibility For UN Vehicle Regulations, Road Traffic Rules And ITS.
Prior To Joining United Nations, Mr Nissler Worked In Road Safety And Vehicle Technology At Several Organizations, Including The European Commission, Austrian Ministry Of Transport And The Austrian Office For Vehicle Testing.
Mr. Nissler Holds A University Engineer Degree In Vehicle Technology From The Vienna Technical University.
Lecture Name : Towards Safe Autonomy that can Learn User Preferences
Professor In Electrical And Computer Engineering At The University Of Waterloo, Canada, Where He Holds A Canada Research Chair In Autonomous Systems.
Director Of The Autonomous Systems Lab At Waterloo, And Associate Director Of The Waterloo Institute For Artificial Intelligence.
He Received His BSc Degree From Queen’s University, His MASc Degree From The University Of Toronto, And His PhD Degree From The University Of California, Santa Barbara
Professional Engineer And Serves As An Advisor For Several Startups In Transportation Systems And Robotics
He Is On The Editorial Board Of The IEEE Transactions Of Robotics And The IEEE Open Journal Of Systems And Control And Has Served On The Organizing Committee For The American Control Conference And The IEEE International Conference On Robot And Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN).
Has Received Several Awards Including The Early Researcher Award From The Province Of Ontario,
The NSERC Discovery Accelerator Supplement Award,
And Two Outstanding Performance Awards From The University Of Waterloo His Main Research Interests Lie In Control And Optimization For Autonomous Systems, With A Focus On Safe Motion Planning, Future Mobility-on-demand Systems, And The Interaction Of Humans With Autonomy.