For the fourth straight year, the C3 Group is bringing together top thought leaders for the Connected Mobility Conference at CE Week on June 22 to explore how car and ride sharing are reshaping the auto industry, the financial and societal impact of self-driving cars, and how the aftermarket is connecting existing vehicles to the cloud.
This latest in the C3 Group’s series of Connected Mobility events will take place June 22 from 1:00 PM to 4:15 PM at the Metropolitan Pavilion at 125 W 18th Street in New York City.
"Technologies ranging from ride-sharing to autonomous driving are transforming how people get around cities," said Doug Newcomb, President and Cofounder, C3 Group. "With its Vision Zero initiative and vital transportation needs, New York is the perfect venue for the fourth-annual Connected Mobility Conference, which will feature in-depth discussions on how innovation can make urban transportation better, faster, safer and more efficient."
The Connected Mobility Conference at CE Week brings together key stakeholders from automotive, technology, policy, research and media to examine how emerging technology can help New York and other urban areas create effective connected mobility solutions.
The year’s conference includes participation from leading automotive and technology executives from companies and organizations, including AAA, BMW, Daimler, General Motors, Hyundai Ventures, Kelley Blue Book, NXP, Pioneer Electronics, Quid, VINLI, and more.
C3 is an official conference partner of CE Week, the consumer technology industry's annual exhibit and conference, which takes place from June 21-23 in New York City. Media who register for CE Week will have access to the Connected Mobility Conference.