U.S. Senator Gary Peters of Michigan will offer an overview on the status of current AV legislation during a keynote presentation.
The Symposium offers some of the biggest names in AVs as keynote speakers. Participants will also hear from Chris Urmson, Aurora Innovation
cofounder and CEO; Robert Sumwalt, National Transportation
Safety Board Chairman; and Pete Buttigieg, U.S. Transportation Secretary.
Since 2012, the Symposium has offered the world’s largest, most diverse, collaborative, and participatory event on automated vehicles and their effects on road transportation. It will continue to build on discussions on safety, urban mobility planning, environmental impacts, artificial intelligence, and more. It will also provide a focus on issues impacting the federal, state, and local departments of transportation resulting from road vehicle automation advancements.
It’s a place where the public, private, and academic sectors come together, where a diverse range of topics are covered through four tracks of interactive breakout sessions: Policy & Planning, Users & Human Factors, Operations & Applications, and Technology. Informed by science and research, attendees can cut through the hype and focus on solving real-world problems.
It’s a place where attendees hear from the best and the brightest but where they are also true contributors to the conversation. Attendees range from the C suite to summer interns (and there is a student discount).
It’s–put simply–THE can’t-miss automated transportation event of the year. Register by June 12 for the best rates!
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This Summary Last Modified On: 5/27/2021