Wednesday, March 02, 2016
07:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Eastern Standard Time
2675 Bellingham Dr.
Troy, MI 48083
Enjoy networking, continental breakfast and hear from top industry insiders about the future of connected and autonomous vehicles.
Continential Breakfast Sponsored By:
Autonomous vehicles are rapidly evolving from a speculative concept to a reality. This seminar, co-hosted by Automation Alley, explores the challenges and opportunities that self-driving cars will pose to our region, including legal, economic growth and policy considerations.
Topics to be covered:
- What are connected and autonomous vehicles?
- Describe the present and future state of technology and development.
- Describe current public-private initiatives in helping development of autonomous vehicles
- Issues related to legal liability
- Specific case studies
- Review of relevant statutes and case law
- How local startups can participate
- How Southeast Michigan and Oakland County can be a leader in development of the AV industry
- How local government could help
- Local government regulation of public right-of-way
- Challenges to local government
- Emily Frascaroli, Ford Motor Company
- Matthew A. Gibb, Oakland County Executive Office
- Tom Kelly, Automation Alley
- John Maddox, U of M Mobility Transformation Center
- Ibro Muharemovic, Continental Automotive Systems
- Bryce Pilz, U of M Law School
- Kirk Steudle, Michigan Department of Transportation
- Richard A. Walawender, Miller, Canfield, Paddock & Stone, P.L.C.
- Nicole B. Tabin, Office of Oakland County Corporation Counsel
- Pre-registration: $30
- At the Door: $40
Click here to register online