SAN MATEO, Calif., Feb. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Autonomous Vehicles Silicon Valley is proud to present the following three featured speakers.
JOHAN DE NYSSCHEN, PRESIDENT, CADILLAC, GENERAL MOTORS
Cadillac President, Johan de Nysschen, is reimagining the Cadillac brand while leading the development of its next generation of electric and autonomous vehicles, including its new Super Cruise semiautonomous technology. At the event, Johan will be presenting about selling the public on self-driving cars including getting insight into overcoming public resistance and negative perception.
JUSTIN ERLICH, HEAD OF POLICY, AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES & URBAN AVIATION, UBER
As head of policy for autonomous vehicles and urban aviation at Uber, Justin Erlich is responsible for scaling innovative mobility technology that will reshape and improve urban life. Ahead of the event, Justin told us he is, "looking forward to discussing Uber's vision of developing a shared autonomous fleet that will expand mobility access and improve safety for our current and future riders."
KAY STEPPER, VICE PRESIDENT, DRIVER ASSISTANCE & AUTOMATED DRIVING, ROBERT BOSCH LLC
In this position, Kay is responsible for Automated Driving, Driver Assistance, Business Unit Head, P&L, Head of Engineering, Product Development, Strategy, and Business Growth. Since joining Bosch in 1996, Kay has held a series of engineering, research and business positions with Robert Bosch in the U.S. and Germany.
These three revolutionary speakers will be participating alongside experts from organizations like Faraday Future, Jaguar Land Rover, Lyft, Volvo, Continental, Aptiv, Honeywell, Zipcar, Sirius XM, Intel, NVIDIA, Zenunity, and plenty others.
Autonomous Vehicles Silicon Valley will include Themed Tracks, Tech-celerator, Panel Discussions, Master Classes, and Interactive Discussion Groups on Artificial Intelligence, Psychology of Self-Driving, Sensors, User Experience, plus more. Hear first-hand from manufacturers navigating the tricky path of joint-collaboration as they partner with suppliers, Silicon Valley startups and each other to create the software and hardware that will power tomorrow's self-driving cars.
Special thanks to our partners: ANSYS, AutonomouStuff, Berylls, dlhBOWLES, FLIR, Green Hills Software, Henkel, Johnson Controls, LDRA, MSC Software, Next Limit, NIRA Dynamics, Optis, Parasoft, Quantum, Samtec, Tempo Automation, Tensyr, The Olander Co., and Velodyne LiDAR.
View the agenda to see the full speaker sessions, experiences, and more: http://bit.ly/AVSV18
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