Driverless conference focuses on strategies for autonomous car

November 2, 2015  - By
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With automakers and Silicon Valley technology companies rolling out their strategies for the autonomous car, keeping on top of the latest technology, worldwide markets and regulation will be critical. Enter Driverless, a conference that will be held March 22-23, 2016, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, San Francisco Airport.

Attendees at the conference can find out what technology and markets will prevail from both Detroit and Silicon Valley perspectives from some of the most important executives in the business, explains event organizer and GPS World LBS Editor Kevin Dennehy.

Driverless will feature more than 30 executive speakers covering the most important issues facing the autonomous vehicle industry. Driverless is an exclusive one-day conference that features an early bird reception on the evening before, a hosted luncheon, and an industry-best two-and-a-half hour reception with more than 15 exhibits from prominent companies.

Those attending can learn the answers to these questions:

  • What technological, social and legal issues face ADAS and autonomous vehicle progression?
  • What technologies are solving the high cost of rolling out autonomous systems?
  • How can companies adequately test vehicles?
  • How will car sharing revolutionize the autonomous vehicle industry?
  • Who are the most innovative players and what are their intentions?
  • What are consumer expectations?
  • What systems are evolving… and for what markets?
  • Who owns this market? The technology companies or traditional automakers?

Learn more at the conference website.

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