WAJ, Churchill Club and Autotech Council join forces for an event in the epicenter of innovation that will bring together thought leaders from the auto and tech worlds to discuss not only the future of cars, but also how technology is transforming transportation. Silicon Valley Reinvents the Wheel(SVRtW) will feature engaging discussions on topics ranging from next-generation powertrains and fuels to 21st Century automotive retail, from cutting-edge in-dash connectivity to self-driving technology.
The 2nd Annual SVRtW technology conference will take place at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. Over 200 Silicon Valley visionaries, automotive, technology and lifestyle media will be in attendance.
SVRtW 2015 Event Day Schedule:
9:00am Registration Open
Technology Expo / Vehicle Display & Demos (all day)
10:00am - 11:30am Welcome/ Overview / Presentations
11:30am - 1:30am Gourmet Lunch Trucks / Technology Expo / Vehicle Display & Demos
1:30pm - 3:00pm Presentation / Panel Discussions
3:00pm - 3:30pm Networking Break
3:30pm - 5:30pm Presentation / Panel Discussions
5:30pm - 7:00pm Networking Reception
7:00pm - 9:00pm Dinner Service / Keynote Speaker
Autonomous Technology / Education / Research / Government / Cyber Security / Connectivity
This event is an excellent opportunity to provide critical insight into the future of your brand and its automotive technology.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Charlie Vogelheim, WAJ Programs
Oct 05 09:00 AM
Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA
OEMs members of the Autotech Council meet for informal and private discussions over breakfast.
Oct 09 08:30 AM -
Oct 09 09:00 AM
375 Ravendale Drive, Suite A,
California, CA 94043.
Autotech Council members gather every other month to review a handful of innovative products and solutions coming out of the auto industry's entrepreneurial community across the globe. Between 4 and 8 companies will get the chance to present to a group of innovation scouts for major auto manufacturers, vendors, distributors and investors.
At these bi-monthly meetings, members get the chance to connect with startups one-on-one, network with other members in an informal setting, discuss trends in a executive round-table format, take private meetings over lunch, and still get back to the office by 1pm. Startups, in turn, get the opportunity to pitch several car makers and their vendors and suppliers at one time, without several business trips and weeks of business development. Each startup is given the opportunity to connect with the members in-person after their presentation.
These bi-monthly meetings are for members only, free to attend, and closed to the public or the media.
Telematics West Coast 2015 is TU-Automotive’s premiere west coast event dedicated to tackling the most pressing challenges and opportunities in delivering the next generation of smart content & services.
Click here for more information. Register with discount code 2707ATC for a $100 discount.
Oct 26 09:00 AM -
Oct 27 05:30 PM
Hilton San Diego Resort and Spa
1775 E Mission Bay Dr, San Diego, CA 92109
Join automakers, innovators and influencers for CCE’s award-winning auto-tech conference and exhibition, taking place at the JW Marriott at L.A. Live (Nov 17). For access to this year’s vehicle debuts, expert tours, ride & drives and CCE’s all-new networking lounge at the L.A. Convention Center (Nov 18-19), be sure to purchase a three-day CCE pass.
Use code 2015PARTNER to save $200 off your three-day pass
Nov 17 07:15 AM
JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE (11/17)
900 West Olympic Boulevard Los Angeles California 90015 USA
LA Convention Center (11/18-11/19)
1201 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015
The automotive industry is on the cusp of revolutionary change from the competitive landscape to how we interact with vehicles. Join us for a lively debate and discussion of the future state of the industry from self-driving cars and vehicle connectivity to the profound impact on the industry and society. The timing may be faster than you think! Space is extremely limited – register today!!
Sneak Preview – Attendees will receive exclusive complimentary nonpublic access to the Los Angeles Auto Show after the share forum.
Nov 18 08:00 AM
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
It's time for the Autotech Council to re-visit information and entertainment services in the car. Much has changed since 2013; purchases are up, satisfaction is down, and consumers are confused. We need to evaluate current opportunities and innovation in infotainment.
So what is the future of infotainment? Some wide-ranging general interest apps like Facebook seem to be receding from the space, while more targeted task-specific ones like Glympse seem to be making progress. Streaming music is a sure winner, and the two big smartphone platform makers are making inroads on roads. However, a recent Nielsen SPD survey revealed that satisfaction from infotainment functions is lower than most in-vehicle functions. Worse, 44% of respondents say they've never used the infotainment functions in their vehicles.
Join the Autotech Council to take a closer look at what is and what isn't working, the platforms, the delivery systems, the UI, and safety. We'll also take a look at what is coming around the corner, and hear from some early state companies in content, services, systems, and platforms.