Connected Car Conference Returns to CE Week in New York, June 22

C3 Group is bringing its Connected Car Conference (C3) back to CE Week on Monday, June 22 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., at the CE Week Studios in the Altman Building, on 18th St in NYC.

“The connected car is currently one of the hottest topics in technology,” said Doug Newcomb, President and Founder, C3 Group. “Connectivity changes the entire experience of owning, driving and maintaining a vehicle and connected cars will also have a broader impact on our roads, cities and society.”

The third-annual Connected Car Conference (C3) at CE Week will bring together the top thought leaders from automotive, technology, policy, research and media to examine how connected technologies are helping New York and other urban areas around the globe draft a blueprint for future mobility and discuss innovations that are occurring right now on the streets of our cities and roads throughout the country.

Curated by connected car and future mobility expert Doug Newcomb, session topics to be covered include:

• How Technology Can Help NYC Achieve Its “Vision Zero”
• Self-Driving Cars and the City: Robo-Taxis of the Future?
• Big Data vs. Bad Traffic: Beating Gridlock With Technology
• Using Tech to Protect and Serve Urban Commuters
• Never Alone: Tackling Connected Car Security and Privacy Concerns

Last year’s event included participation from leading automotive and technology executives from companies and organizations including Auto Alliance, Cisco, Delphi, General Motors, Harman, Hyundai, Intel, NHTSA, Nuance, Nvidia, Pandora, Pioneer, Telenav, Velodyne and more, and another all-star line-up is expected for this year’s conference.

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