Register now for this critical automotive technology gathering in the heart of Silicon Valley at www.waj.org. A full day of panel presentations, exhibits and state-of-the-art new car displays along with 40 emerging companies from The Autotech Council. Here are a few highlights:
Stanford Professor and technology pro Sven Bieker will bring an overview of progress and challenges in autonomous and connected driving.
Peter Rawlinson, CTO of Lucid Motors will present the challenges of building a new automobile company from the ground up.
Powell Kinney, CPO of Toyota Connected will discuss the automaker’s efforts with the connected car. Toyota Connected is reinventing the way people think about mobility through the use of advanced technology and predictive intelligence.
John Tintinalli, Global Product Executive of SAE International, presents his mission to expand SAE International’s delivery of knowledge based solutions to further the evolution of mobility. His initiatives include automated/autonomous vehicles and V2X connectivity, testing & simulation, vehicle electronics, AI & computing, advanced powertrain, accident reconstruction & crash research, advanced manufacturing, vehicle cybersecurity, and material light-weighting.
Marcus Hays, Chairman, CEO & Co-founder of Orbis Wheels is literally reinventing the wheel with their Ring-Drive electric motor wheel system. He will present Orbis’s advances in this exciting technology.
NVIDA’s Danny Shapiro will delve into NVIDA’s development of competent simulation. NVIDA’s GPU platforms have established themselves as an important part in the development of autonomous mobility.
Comma Ai’s George Hotz is back and will reveal an all new comma.ai product. George and comma.ai are well known for the pushing the boundaries of autonomous development in the spirit of Silicon Valley entrepreneur individualism.
Ford Silicon Valley Lab’s Dragos Maciuca, whose portfolio includes autonomous vehicles, connectivity, mobility, UX and data analytics, will give a glimpse into Ford’s future project.
Speaking on sensor perception, James Doty, MD, of A/Eye is a clinical professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University School of Medicine. He works with scientists examining the neural bases for compassion and altruism. He holds multiple patents and is the former CEO of Accuray.
Snacks and beverages, gourmet food trucks and a network gathering are part of personal connectivity. Registration is a breeze at www.waj.org/.
SOURCE Western Automotive Journalists