CES 2016 Will Feature Top Leaders To Share Their Vision On Smart Cities And Mobility

Posted: Dec 11 2015, 9:00pm CST | by , in News | CES


CES 2016 will Feature Top Leaders to Share Their Vision on Smart Cities and Mobility
  • CES 2016 will feature top transportation leaders to share their visions!

The Beyond Smart Cities: The Future of Urban Mobility keynote panel will feature important leaders to discuss the future of urban transportation.

The Consumer Electronic Show will feature some very important people on its keynote panel. Top leader related to transportation in the US will make up the panel. Most notably the panel will have Anthony Foxx the U.S. Secretary of Transportation.

Other members of the panel comprise of executives from Bosch, Qualcomm, Mobileye and MIT. Dr. Volkmar Denner is the CEO and CTO of Bosch. Denner oversees a $65 billion global company and will join the panel at CES.

Steve Mollenkopf is the CEO of Qualcomm Incorporated and will be joining the stage. Another panel member Professor Amnon Shashua co-founded Mobileye in 1999.

While Kent Larson directs the Changing Places research group at the MIT Media Lab. All the leaders will share their visions on Smart Cities and Mobility.

They will discuss how technology is changing mobility in urban areas. They will be part of The Future of Urban Mobility keynote panel at CES 2016. The panel will converge on the 7th of January in the Westgate Theater.

The panel will discuss the possibilities in the near future, including autonomous cars and buses. The panel will also shed light on the possibility of on-demand shuttles.

According to Gary Shapiro the CEO of CTA, cars are increasingly becoming connected. Only technology can solve big urban transportation problems. The line-up of panellists will give a glimpse of how technology will further change urban mobility. 

CES 2016 will feature more than 3,600 exhibitors in Las Vegas, Nevada. CES 2016 will run January 6-9, 2016.

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