Conference Track

Transportation

Cities are embracing self-driving (autonomous) cars and mag-lev bullet trains with flying cars, gyroscopic vehicles and hydrogen-fueled automobiles on the drawing board. How are manufacturers, tech companies and local jurisdictions facilitating these and other emerging public and private transit technologies?

Price: $400

Wednesday, January 9

9:00 – 10:00 AM

Conference Session

The Flying Car

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Several companies are building flying cars for both commercial and leisure purposes. Where is this industry headed, which players are taking us there and what’s the vision for this near-future mode of transportation?

10:15 – 11:15 AM

Conference Session

Transportation Sharing and Rideables

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

In the cities of the future, how will public transit continue to innovate? Keep pace with the advancement of technology in buses and trams, scooters and rideables, and the blue sky thinking about transportation methods we haven’t even started productizing yet.

11:30 – 12:30 PM

Conference Session

Vehicle Tech’s Next Big Thing

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Autonomous vehicles? So 2017. We’re now looking at predictive maintenance, biometric vehicle access, heads-up window displays, in-vehicle marketing and more. Everything from health monitoring to improved safety is on the drawing boards with some things already in production.

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Conference Session

Future of Connected Cars with 5G

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

A self-driving car makes split-second decisions dependent on data transfer with zero latency. Through edge computing, your car becomes its own data center, computing intensive decisions locally without reliance on communication to a central server. Imagine the possibilities.

2:15 – 3:15 PM

Conference Session

Autonomous/Smart Vehicles, Safety and Policy

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

How safe is safe enough? Despite a few alarming failures, computer-driven cars are already statistically safer than human-controlled vehicles. Yet people still distrust scenarios not under their control. How do we overcome the barriers to this segment’s growth?

3:30 – 4:30 PM

Conference Session

Future of Transportation

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Everything from personal transportation and train pods to aeronautics provides a future view of transportation that’s really no more than a few years away. Experts will discuss their vision of future mobility.

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