Project Description

FORCE Webinar:

Luokung Technology
The Data Engine Driving Autonomous Vehicles


The autonomous vehicle revolution won’t be powered by gas or batteries. It’ll be driven by data and Luokung Technology has developed the Data Engine that will power it. Join CEO Jay Yu to learn more about this leading edge company.

Date & Time:

August 25, 12:00 PM EDT / 9:00 AM PDT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

Autonomous Vehicles must process massive amounts of data in nanoseconds to replicate and improve upon the decision making of a human behind the wheel.
Luokung Technology Corp. (Nasdaq: LKCO) offers a new High Definition mapping solution on top of an approach of “collecting data while using,” to leverage the observation and measurement capabilities of the vehicles to help them drive themselves.
Luokung is working with China’s largest automaker, Geely and has partnership agreements with Ford and other global manufacturers.
You are invited to hear more during an exclusive webinar with the Luokung team as they discuss their cloud-based, data processing SuperEngine. Register below to secure your spot.

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