Growth, Innovation and Leadership event will discuss what businesses should do to thrive in the autonomous technologies-led economy of the future
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Autonomous technologies have become ubiquitous in a wide range of industries, highlighting their pivotal role in the economy of the future. But the pace of change has been so rapid and the scale of transformation so profound that policies, regulations, industries and adjunct technologies have struggled to keep pace. Acknowledging this, Frost & Sullivan's flagship event, Growth, Innovation and Leadership: A Frost & Sullivan Executive Summit, taking place from Oct. 1- 4, 2018, at Paradise Point Resort & Spa, San Diego, Calif., will devote a Think Tank to Connected Intelligent Autonomy: Drones and Cars of the Future. This special session will chart a potential roadmap for the new ecosystem of autonomy, delving into impacts, drivers, challenges, strategic responses, and investment opportunities.
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The Think Tank will focus on the current capabilities of autonomous drones and vehicles, the links between IoT and data workflows in the autonomous vehicle ecosystem, and how robotic fleets will engage with commercial logistics and urban mobility spheres. Headlining the agenda will be an interactive panel on The Ecosystem of Autonomy, a roundtable discussion on Connected Mobility and Logistics, case studies on the Smart/Safe City of the Future and a keynote on Future Forward Thinking on the Industry, which will provide insights into future development scenarios.
"Everyone understands that, eventually, autonomous vehicles, drones and taxis will see convergence on one intelligent autonomous ecosystem, but what needs to happen for that eventuality to materialize in terms of key milestones, technology advancements and regulatory adoption? Frost & Sullivan's Connected Intelligent Autonomy sessions will tackle those questions, bringing leading minds from industry, government and the investment community together to help chart the course," said Gary Leikin, Security & Intelligent Mobility Global Vice President.
Join Frost & Sullivan's global team and industry visionaries, including:
- Dave Bowen, Vice President, Products Measure, the Drone as a Service® Company
- Biren Gandhi, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Speak to IoT
- Brian Wynne, CEO of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI)
- Ken Stewart, General Manager, AiRXOS—a GE Venture Company
- Koby L. Tanzer, CFA, Head of Israel Office, Senior Vice President, Investment Banking, Imperial Capital
- Lori Heino-Royer, Director, Business Development, Daimler Trucks North America
Discover exclusive information on:
- Key autonomous drone and vehicle capabilities
- Current policies, regulations, technological challenges
- Leveraging Big Data generated by autonomous technologies and new investment opportunities
- Future mobility scenarios, including robotic logistic fleets, autonomous passenger vehicles, drone deliveries, and drone taxis
"Participants of this think tank will not only gain insights into current technologies and regulatory issues guiding autonomous vehicles and drones, they will participate in an active discussion on what obstacles must be overcome to enable an autonomous, connected transportation ecosystem and what actions need to be taken to safely and methodically integrate rapidly advancing enabling technologies into existing and future urban environments," said Michael Blades, Aerospace & Defense Research Director at Frost & Sullivan.
If you would like to attend, participate in or sponsor the event, please email: Matthew.McSweegan@frost.com and join the conversation #FrostGIL.
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