Cemex Auditorium, 655 Knight Way, Stanford, CA 94305-7298
Parking Structure VII, 655 Knight Way off Campus Drive (located under Faculty Building West @ Knight Management Center)
5:30 pm – 6:15PM Pre-event Appearance:Google Self-Driving Car
6:00 pm – 7:00PM Registration & Reception
7:00 pm – 8:30PM Panel Discussion including Q&A Session
**ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR**
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Advances in sensor technologies, robotics, and vehicle-to-vehicle
communications are now converging to (finally) make driverless cars a
Sales of driverless vehicles are expected to surpass 95.4 million by 2035,
representing 75% of all light-duty vehicle sales according to an August
2013 report by Navigant Research. Unfathomable? Think again!
radical shift in transportation is driving the old, established auto
industry to a new frontier. Opportunities abound for leveraging
technology and innovation to get driverless cars to market. These
include connected cars, cars initially used for slower speed driving,
networks of alternative fleets, traditional automakers, and even
autonomous expertise from other industries.
self-driving, autonomous vehicles replace the ones we have today, it
will impact an existing ecosystem of stakeholders from automobile
manufacturers to dealers, servicers, insurers and car-for-hire
providers. Those who remain complacent in the face of such disruptive
change may find themselves left behind.
today’s passenger vehicles become the dinosaurs of tomorrow? Why will
this happening in the near future instead of in 10+ years?
technologies and customer needs have triggered the disruption in
transportation? (Environment, Congestion, Safety, Rising costs of fuel?)
Which business models are the most viable? What approach will garner the most funding to propel it forward?
How will companies generate the most demand and traction for their route-to-market?
Join VLAB and our panelists on Thursday, November 21st for a lively discussion on the reality and future potential for autonomous cars.
Thilo Koslowski, Vice President & Automotive Practice Leader, Gartner
Please join us for the chance to speak with a Google operations driver and have an up close and personal opportunity to check out one of their self-driving cars equipped with video cameras, radar sensors and a laser range finder to “see” other traffic.
Special thanks to our sponsor, Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America,for their support of this upcoming event. Panasonic Automotive Systems is the premier provider of innovative, environmentally responsible in-vehicle electrical systems and devices.