Vehicle design innovation is no longer simply about making a pretty car. As urbanization continues at a rapid pace across the globe, new business models and advanced vehicle technologies like autonomous cars, self-righting motorcycles, fully electric engines, and pre-collision safety systems are permeating the landscape in response to this growth and reshaping the total driver experience. How will the vehicle of the future interact with an urban area and improve the lives of its inhabitants? How do we develop local and national policies to regulate intelligent transportation? What changes need to be made to our nation’s infrastructure to appropriately manage these new technologies?
Speakers: Lawrence Burns, Danny Kim, Jim Pisz, and Alexis Madrigal
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