MobilityTalks International, which had its premiere at the 2017 Washington Auto Show (WAS), boasts an expanded schedule for 2018 with speakers from all over the world. The day and a half of panel discussions fits well with Washington’s status as the Public Policy Auto Show.
The 2018 MobilityTalks during WAS Industry/Media Days, Jan. 23-24, will focus on the development and regulation of autonomous vehicles. Autonomous vehicles will play an increasing role in American transportation in coming years, and it would be wise for dealers and other industry players to be well informed. To join in the industry dialogue at WAS MobilityTalks, simply click here to register.
Here are some highlights:
- MobilityTalks on the Hill: On Tues., Jan. 23, Sen. Gary Peters (D-MI) will launch WAS MobilityTalks on Capitol Hill. A panel discussion and reception will follow.
- MobilityTalks on site at WAS: Wed., Jan. 24, will see a full day of plenary and breakout sessions. State and municipal leaders from California, DC, Michigan and Pennsylvania will speak. International sessions will include representatives from China, Japan, South Korea, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.
- In a first for The Washington Auto Show, the Senate Commerce Committee will hold a field hearing on site at the Washington Convention Center on Wed., Jan. 24.
- Also on the agenda are remarks from media members and advocates, including Jason Stein of Automotive News, and Doug Patton from Denso, a global automotive components manufacturer.
For more information, contact Kathy Teich at the WANADA office (202)237-7200 or email@example.com.Download Bulletin PDF