Enhanced cellular connectivity, the rapid uptake of electric vehicles globally, ever-improving ADAS functionality, and the slow but inevitable maturing of autonomous technologies, all mean that in the next decade autonomous and near-autonomous technologies will become standard in all types of new vehicles - from robo-taxis to town shuttles, in private cars and delivery vehicles.
As this digital transportation economy evolves, planners, town managers, engineers, mayors and city council members – particularly in smaller cities, towns and rural communities – are increasingly eager to understand what they need to be doing in the next decade in order to prepare for the changes these emerging technologies will bring:
Join regional colleagues and state and national experts to explore key aspects of the Autonomous Vehicle Economy and the infrastructure and policy changes that satellite cities, small towns and rural communities need to make in order to take advantage of electrification and self-driving technologies.
Who Should Attend?
The CAV Update is specifically designed for: