A spirited, intelligent exchange about the future of the planet’s largest connected personal mobility devices: our cars. What will being connected actually mean for consumers, innovators, investors and society? What are the economic models we’ll see: how much is on the table, and who will take home those dollars? How will value get added and what can true collaboration look like over time between an industry with a four-year development cycle for products that last 20+ years, and an industry that can see complete transformations in mere months? What systemic thinking needs to go into making the most of connected cars, e.g., when do we need to invest in smarter roads as well as smarter cars? How do we balance the need for efficient traffic flow with respect for individuals’ privacy?
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Sponsored by Bloomberg Businessweek, Nvidia
Rob Csongor, Vice President & General Manager, Automotive, NVIDIA
JJ Jungwirth, President & CEO, Mercedes-Benz R&D North America
Jim Misener, Independent Consultant and Advisor, Transportation Technology Ventures
Maarten Sierhuis, Director, Nissan Research Center Silicon Valley Jamie Butters, Automotive Team Leader, Americas, Bloomberg News