The synergy among the various components of CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared, Electric), helps the others along. When trends converge, things move fast, and that's where we are now. This meeting looks at innovations and introduces startups in each of these segments, with an agenda heavy on demos, networking, and private introductions through Autotech Council's MatchMaker Service.
The Cleantech Council community is invited join the Autotech Council in April to review innovation and startups across the mobility industy's 4 major technology segments: C-connected, A-autonomous, S-shared, E-electric vehicles.
While the Call for Speakers and Demos closed in January, companies with innovation technology to share can rent a Meeting/Demo Table, add a Rapid Fire Pitch, or sign up for the MatchMaker Service for curated private meetings until the end of February.
There’s no doubt that the main thrusts of innovation in the automotive mobility space are CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared, Electric). Each of the four bears its own pace & challenges, but each also represents important fundamental shifts in how cars are made, and what they can do. And there’s a synergy among the various components of CASE, each helping the others along. When trends converge, things move fast.
At this meeting on CASE, Autotech Council looks at some of the changes and innovations brought on in each category of CASE. Expect to hear about things like:
There is a tremendous amount of innovation underpinning CASE. And each letter is supporting and a catalyst for the others. That’s a lot of wind blowing into the sails from one direction, so expect the ship to sail fast. Join us as we discuss the components of CASE, and as we look at innovators in those categories.
This service is deployed twice a year to assist our members, and the wider innovation community, to meet one-on-one for private 15-minute meetings. These meetings are pre-arranged during the run up to the event, are automatically scheduled at mutually convenient times, and can take place onsite on April 5 or online on April 6. Participants can expect a series of meaningful conversations, planned over a concise time-period, with greater likelihood of follow-up after the event.