MobilityTalks International, the industry-focused prelude to the 2019 Washington Auto Show, has been moved to early April this year. The two-day event will take place April 3 and 4 on Capitol Hill and at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The talks gather notable policymakers and industry leaders from around the world to discuss best practices related to the development and regulation of connected and autonomous vehicles.
Here’s an advance look at a part of this year’s programming. On Wednesday, April 3, a plenary lunch at 12 p.m. will feature these speakers:
- Heidi King, associate administrator, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
- Peter Welch, president, National Automobile Dealers Association
- Ed Bradley, program manager, Toyota
- Jill Ingrassia, managing director of government relations, AAA
- Kay Stepper, director of the Regional Business Unit Driver Assistance and Automated Driving, Robert Bosch LLC
MobilityTalks International is generously sponsored by Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA); Rifkin | Weiner | Livingston, LLC; and The Hill newspaper.
Register for MobilityTalks International here. For housing, book here to find accommodations within the official Washington Auto Show room block and receive negotiated rates at premier properties near the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, where the auto show and most MobilityTalks programming will be held.Download Bulletin PDF