Highlights From Day Two!
Presentations and panels featuring moovel, German Autolabs, DENSO, BYTON, Visteon, Mercedes-Benz, Stanford, IBM, GM, Renovo Motors and Faraday Future.
Today covered the width and breadth of this evolving industry, touching on some of the key issues gripping the market, including; multimodal mobility, connectivity, AV, artificial intelligence, data, security, architecture and more.
Cutting Edge Panel Debates
We had dynamic and engaging discussions between our panelists, as well as plenty of insightful and thought provoking questions from the audience. There were some great conversations had surrounding data and privacy, as well as the in-vehicle architecture needed to support the vast quantities of data future cars will posses.
Abe Chen, Vice President of Digital Technology at BYTON provided the audience with insights they may have not experienced before. As Chinese automakers continue to grow, it was great to hear thoughts from BYTON on the expectations for smart devices as automotive AI expands.
For people it's hard to give up the notion of a personal automobile as it's an extension of who they are... as we go to autonomy, personalisation is going to have to create the same effect
Connectivity tech is agnotics. 5g is not the holy grail
We're looking forward to giving power to the city