Young Professionals in Automotive

IEEE Young Professionals Israel

Monday, November 4 at 16:10 Room 5

Young Professionals Israel continues a great tradition of organising the most attractive events as a part of IEEE COMCAS conference. This time Young Professionals go Automotive, bringing you a YP in Automotive event. If you are interested in this fascinating field of industry and research and if you want to meet the automotive industry leaders and discuss with them the most relevant automotive developments, you surely need to attend the YP in Automotive. We proudly host Mr. Omer Keilaf, CEO, Innoviz Technologies, Mr. Kobi Morenko, CEO, Arbe, Mr. Avi Bakal, CEO, TriEye and Mr. Orr Davon, CEO, Hailo. The participation is free of charge and the walk-ins are most welcome!


Opening Remarks

Aleksey Dyskin, Inxpect Systems Engineering, Israel


Our Vision to Autonomous Driving

Omer Keilaf, Innoviz Technologies, Israel
Omer Keilaf serves as the co-founder and CEO of Innoviz Technologies, a leading provider of LiDAR sensing solutions designed to enable the mass commercialization of autonomous vehicles. Prior to co-founding Innoviz, Omer served as an officer in an elite technological unit of the Intelligence Corps of the Israel Defense Forces, before going on to a distinguished career in opto-mechanics, electrical engineering, MEMS and more. He held senior leadership roles at companies including Consumer Physics and STMicroelectronics, where he served as the System and Product Team Manager, R&D manager, and Project Manager and System Architecture Manager, respectively. He holds a BSc and MSc in Electrical Engineering and an MBA, all from Tel Aviv University.


Bringing the Power of Radar to Autonomous Driving

Noam Arkind, Arbe, Israel
CTO and Co-founder of Arbe. Noam has over 10 years of experience in R&D and holds a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the Robotics Lab at Weizmann Institute of Science. Prior to Arbe, Noam has led the algorithm development at Taptica and the Space IL control system. Since founding Arbe in 2015, Noam and his team have been developing a proprietary high-resolution radar, a revolutionary sensor capable of unlocking level 3 and higher autonomous driving.