Join Us to Explore How AI is Disrupting the Automotive Industry

We’re hosting a discussion for up to 120 professionals in and outside automotive to explore how artificial intelligence is changing how cars are designed, built and utilized. RSVP now to claim your spot.

Join us on April 5 for a full-day event devoted to AI in Automotive, featuring presentations from Wards analysts, technology providers and industry observers with unique perspectives on how A.I. will transform the industry.

DISCUSSION TOPICS:

AI in VEHICLES: OEM and Supplier Strategies
Highlights from a new Wards Intelligence report examining how suppliers and OEMs are planning to bring AI to bear on every facet of our vehicles.

AI in ENGINEERING: Product Development
Deep dives into how AI technologies will revolutionize vehicle engineering, testing and development.

AI in MANUFACTURING: Future Factories
How artificial intelligence is impacting manufacturing through advanced logistics for factories of the future, predictive maintenance and in agriculture and other industries.

AI INSIGHT: Transforming Data Analytics
How AI and supercomputing are transforming testing, the use of data in mobility and connectivity

AI in CE: Learning from other industries
The impact AI is having on Consumer Electronics and how those technologies will be adopted in automotive.

AI and AUTONOMY: Challenges to Implementation Twitter’s 270 million users produce about 100 GB of data per day. A single autonomous test vehicle produces about 30 TB per day, 3,000 times the scope of Twitter’s daily data. Will AI systems have the computing horsepower to manage such data, will vehicles have enough juice on board to power such systems? A panel of experts will discuss.

AI in the COCKPIT: Creating the Ultimate User Experience
Experts from Nuance and Harman will explain how combining AI with eye-tracking technology, facial recognition, voice print recognition, iris recognition, voice commands and mapping data can create new consumer experiences and happier, more productive commutes.

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS


BORIS SHULKIN
Vice President, Research and Development


DR. KAY STEPPER
Vice President, Head of Driver Assistance and Automated Driving N. America Chassis Systems Control


ADAM EMFIELD
Principal, User Experience Manager


CHRIS HEGARTY
Enterprise Artificial Intelligence Sector Lead


ADAM BOULANGER
Director of Future Experience


DAN GALVES
Senior VP – Communications


JOHN SOUSANIS
Managing Director


DAVID E. ZOIA
Executive Content Director


JAMES M. AMEND
Senior Editor