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2014-09-12 In-Car Commerce Meeting
2014-10-01 Makerthon
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CALENDAR
29 Jul : PARTNER EVENT: Visiting Japanese Auto Execs

See interesting technologies and products by Japanese Automotive Companies

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12 Sep : In-Car Commerce

Executive format 1/2 day meeting to explore innovation and opportunities for In-Car Commerce

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Sponsor Call for 9/12 In-Car Commerce Meeting

Make your mark on the Autotech community by sponsoring this In-Car Commerce meeting.

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10 Oct : October Member Meeting

This Member Meeting is on October 10 will kick off the Autotech Council Makerthon!

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Autotech Council members, Alpine and Intel, invests in Speaktoit

This VentureBeat article, by Krystle Vermes, announced that Speaktoit raised $2.6 million in Series B funding from venture groups including Intel Captial and Apline Technology Fund... 

 

Autotech Council In-Car Commerce Meeting on 9/12

Join 75+ autotech experts who are either looking for opportunities in the segment or offering innovation solutions to discuss the early opportunities in connected car commerce at the Autotech Council In-Car Commerce Meeting on 9/12 at NVIDIA...

 

Self-Driving Semitruck Coming to highways by 2025

This MSN Auto article, by Douglas Newcomb, discusses Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025 which uses Mercedes' car technology to drive autonomously... 

 

IEEE Survey Predicts No Steering Wheel, Gas/Brake Pedals, Horns, or Rearview Mirrors by 2035

This Motor Trend article, by Conner Golden, discusses the findings from IEEE's recent survey that experts prediction that the automobile's defining features will be gone in 20 years...

 

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