2018 Northeast Autonomous and Connected Vehicle Summit

AV-Summit-768x423On March 30th and 31st of 2017, the University of Connecticut’s School of Engineering held a Northeast AV Summit in Mystic, CT. Experts in all fields related to Automated Driving Systems, including automotive and insurance, were invited to provide insight and share ideas about how to move forward with intelligent vehicle technologies.

Our next Northeast AV Summit is scheduled for June 12th and 13th, 2018 and will be held at the Hartford/Windsor Marriott Hotel in Windsor, CT. The Northeast Autonomous and Connected Vehicle Summit will provide attendees with the opportunity to view and discuss the latest in technology, services and products in transportation safety with professionals throughout the Northeast region. The Summit will also provide an unlimited potential to network with AV policy and decision makers. Sessions will be held during this two-day event, and will include topics such as pilot programs and ‘Smart Cities’, infrastructure, and policy issues.   2018 Northeast AV Summit

The focus of this forum is to:

  1. Provide federal, state, and local officials the opportunity to learn about the latest advancements in the connected and autonomous vehicle industry.

  2. Provide a forum for discussions between the various stakeholders in the region to plan and unite on transportation policies, programs and economic opportunities that will come as part of the further advancement of connected and autonomous vehicle technologies.

  3. Allow investors and inventors the opportunity to meet and explore future opportunities, to advance the Northeast as a leader in connected and autonomous vehicle research and innovation.


For more info, go to: https://ctsrc.uconn.edu/home/nacv2018/

Please check back later for updates and highlights from this event!

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