June 22, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval
Fully autonomous driving is not a reality yet, but the technology is advancing rapidly. It won’t be long before our cars are driving us around town and from coast to coast. In the meantime, Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) like adaptive cruise control, lane centering, forward collision avoidance, and automatic emergency braking are making cars smarter and safer.
Join this panel discussion to hear from leaders in the autonomous vehicle revolution and what they see on the road ahead:
Introduction: The State of Self-Driving Technology Today
- Harvey Briggs, Editor and Publisher of the popular Automotive Website, Rides & Drives, Harvey will kick things off with a brief look at the current state of automated driving technology and different strategies for deployment.
Panel Discussion: Emerging Technology, Developing The Path To A Self-Driving Future
- Mark Frohnmayer, CEO, Arcimoto an Electric Vehicle manufacturer with plans to add autonomous driving technology to its breakthrough FUV platform
- Baomin Li, Chief Technical Officer, Luokung Technology Corp., a technology company with a supercomputing platform and spatial-temporal HD mapping to support autonomous vehicles in China
- More Panelists To Come, stay tuned!
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