May 16-17, 2019
San Francisco – USA
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the ecosystem in automotive industry along with other applications in everyday life in 21st Century. The battleground to win the customers is one of driving force for automotive manufacturers and OEMs to adopt the technology and lead the marketplace. However, the safety concerns and regulations around autonomous vehicles, communications systems, etc. are limiting the acceptance of the technology.
After the success of inaugural congress held in Silicon Valley in May 2018, MarketsandMarkets is organizing 2nd Annual MarketsandMarkets AI in Automotive Conference to be held on 16-17 May 2019 in San Francisco – USA, aiming at providing platform to experts from automotive industry, academia, and government institutions discussing the innovations, challenges, and future aspects of innovative technologies in automotive.
2018 A.I. Conference
Thursday, September 27, 2018
New York Room | Bank of America Tower | New York, NY
3:20P – 3:40p
Vision AI in Autonomous Vehicles
Tarek El Dokor, Founder & CEO, EDGE3 Technologies
OCT 8-10, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Fleet Forward Conference is designed to help fleets understand and implement new mobility solutions. At the same time, Fleet Forward seeks to include and serve new types of fleets as the mobility ecosystem evolves.
A Roadmap for Advanced Fleet Safety Technology
With an ever-increasing suite of vehicle safety options and active safety systems available today – both OEM and aftermarket – fleet managers have more available technology to keep their fleet safe than ever before. Still, the annual accident rate for commercial fleets is about 20%; vehicle crash fatalities and injuries are on a five-year rise, and distracted driving is now being called an epidemic. How should fleets address this urgency, while weighing the myriad of options, cost factors, and effectiveness of the technologies? This seminar will guide fleets on the state of safety technology today – from active collision avoidance and driver monitoring systems to newly available autonomous driving features – and reveal the advancements coming in the near future.