DETROIT AND LONDON, Nov. 18, 2013 /CNW/ - Leading officials and
automotive experts are to gather on 3 and 4 of December 2013 in
Dearborn, Michigan to discuss "The Future of Safety, Connectivity and
Infotainment' at the Intelligent Car USA 2013 congress.
The debate will explore the safety advantages of connected vehicles and
the future challenges faced by an industry focusing upon driverless
cars. Key topics include Safety, Advanced Driver Awareness Systems
(ADAS), Autonomous Vehicle, Infotainment, Human Machine Interface
(HMI), Cyber security, Convenience, Connectivity and Infrastructure.
Intelligent Car USA 2013 will attract 200 experts from industry that are
keen to debate the future of a technology that is committed to safer
driving and reducing collisions and fatalities.
Leading the debate will be David L. Strickland, Administrator, National
Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), US Department of
Other leading experts and visionaries speaking include:
Johan Jungwirth - Preesident & CEO, Mercedes Benz R&D, North America
Carla Bailo, President - Nissan Technical Center North America and Sr.
Vice President - Nissan R&D Americas and Total Customer Satisfaction
Steve Kenner - Global Director, Automotive Safety Office, Ford
Maarten Sierhus, Director, Nissan Research Center Silicon Valley, Nissan
North America Anders Tylman-Mikiewicz, General Manager, Volvo
Monoriting & Concept Center, Volvo Cars
Henry Bzeih, Head of Infotainment and Telematics, Kia Motors
and executives from University of Michigan Research Institute,
UIEvolution, Symphony Teleca, NNG, NXP, Covisint, Visteon, Cisco,
Delphi, PLDS, BSquare, Stollmann E&V, Freescale and many more…..
"It's an incredibly exciting time for the automotive industry and their
supplier eco system - as the focus becomes consumer centric, with the
car being the ultimate connected device. We see the emergence of the
Intelligent Car going well beyond the connected car. The Intelligent
Car with new automated vehicle technologies being developed and
implemented by automakers and others has a real potential of extending
convenience, whilst significantly reducing the many thousands of
fatalities each year' commented Garry Freeney, Director, Intelligent
Car USA 2013. 'We look forward to meeting over 200 experts, visionaries
and colleagues, in what is set to be over 20 hours of thought provoking
debate, expert opinion and networking."
Intelligent Car USA 2013 will take place at The Henry, Dearborn,
Michigan on the 3-4 December 2013.
For more information on attending or participating please visit http://www.intelligentcar2013.com
SOURCE: Intelligent Car USA 2013
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