Autonomous Vehicles 2018 (AV18), February 26-28, San Mateo, CA

January 31, 2018 , in Events

Tempo Automation is sponsoring and exhibiting at Autonomous Vehicles 2018 (AV18) at the San Mateo Marriott, San Mateo, California on February 26-28. AV18 brings together key stakeholders to discuss how to develop and implement the next generation of autonomous vehicles before they hit the road.

The conference will feature leading industry experts discussing the latest trends and issues in autonomous technology, including technical components from LiDAR to cyber security software, robotics, and artificial intelligence, regulation and federal legistration, talent recruitment, and public perception.

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New On-site Experiences at AV18

Themed Tracks:  Customize your learning by joining breakout session discussions with like-minded peers on both the technical and business challenges facing the future of autonomous vehicles.

Tech-celerator:  The “shark tank” inspired start up competition will give you the opportunity to scope out potential vendors and talent that will provide you the competitive advantage you are looking for.

Speakeasy Soirée:  With drink alchemists pouring customized cocktails alongside food and music inspired by the prohibition era, the evening soirée will create a “speak easy” atmosphere to interact with clients, colleagues and counterparts.

Rev-olutionary Speakers Include:

Hugo Nightingale Creative Specialist Jaguar Land Rover
Johan de Nysschen President, Cadillac General Motors
Justin Erlich Head of Policy, Autonomous Vehicles & Urban Aviation Uber
Nick Sampson Senior Vice President of Product Research & Development Faraday Future
Jeremy McClain Director for Systems and Technology in the Chassis & Safety Division Continental
Aravind Kailas Research and Innovation Manager Volvo Group CTO Office
Lauren Thorpe Lead, Partner Strategy for Autonomous and Connected Vehicles Aptiv
Patti Robb Head of Intel’s Silicon Valley Autonomous Vehicles Lab Intel
Hakan Sivencrona Autonomous Safety Program Manager Zenunity
Rolf Johansson Senior Safety Architect Zenuity
 Tim Wong Director of Technical Program Management for Autonomous Vehicles NVIDIA 
 Dan Sturges Professor College for Creative Studies 
Andreas Wallin Senior Manager US R&D Tech Center for ADAS and AD Volvo Car Corp. 
 Justin Holmes Director of Corporate Communications and Public Policy Zipcar
 Steven Tengler Senior Director of Connected Vehicle Cyber Security Honeywell
 Jody Kelman Product, Self-driving Lyft
 Peter Polit VP and GM, Connected Vehicle Strategy and Partnerships Sirius XM
 Renae Pippel Director of Strategic Research, Yanfeng Automotive Interiors
 William J. Kohler, Senior Counsel Co-Director Mobility and Advanced Transportation
 A. Farrokhnia Professor and Executive Director Columbia University, Business and Engineering Schools 
 Mark Takahashi Senior Editor Edmunds
 Joshua Williams Vice Consul – Head of Automotive, USA Department for International Trade, British Consulate-General
 Paul Konasewich Director of Business Development PACCAR
 Alex Kim Lead Field Application Engineer LDRA
 Josh Switkes Founder & CEO Peloton Technology
 Glenn Stevens Executive Director MICHauto
 Trevor Pawl Group Vice President Michigan Economic Development Corporation
 Chris Thomas Founder and Partner Fontinalis Partners
 Tom Frank Co-Founder of TechLab MCity
 Paul Rogers Technical Director TARDEC U.S. Army
 Robert Sadowski Chief Roboticist TARDEC U.S. Army
 Bill Kohler, Senior Counsel Automotive Practice, Dykema
 Josh Rubin Founder and Editor Cool Hunting
 Jonny Lieberman Senior Features Editor MotorTrend
 Jerry Hirsch, Editor and Vice President of Content 
 Tim Woods General Manager Autonomous Vehicle Alliance
 Grayson Brulte Co-Chair City of Beverly Hills Mayor’s Autonomous Vehicle Task Force
 Steve Groothuis CTO, Microelectronics Group Samtec


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