Herbert Smith Freehills: Connected and autonomous vehicles conference

Herbert Smith Freehills: Connected and autonomous vehicles conference

Herbert Smith Freehills Connected and Autonomous Vehicles Conference

The advent of connected and autonomous driving technology is being hailed by many as a revolution in the automotive sector. But this is not the only sector that may be radically altered. The possible applications of this technology are far reaching and straddle a variety of different sectors including aerial, marine, public roads, private and public transportation, space, military, agriculture, mining and many others.

If change on such a broad scale is just around the corner, the question must be asked: what are the potential implications?

Herbert Smith Freehills hopes you will be able to join us for an afternoon of panel discussions, on topics including:

·         The evolving global regulatory and commercial landscape for connected and autonomous technology

·         Smart cities and the impact of autonomous vehicles on infrastructure projects

·         Big data, cybersecurity and data protection issues

·         Challenges and opportunities for the insurance industry

·         Product liability and class action risks

·         M&A trends and cross industry collaboration

Confirmed external speakers include:

·         Peter Campbell, Financial Times, Motor Industry Correspondent

·         Matthew Hudson, TfL, Head of Strategy, Technology and Data

·         David Davies, Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety, Executive Director

·         Helen Fletcher, Uber, Senior Compliance & Litigation Counsel

·         Iwan Parry, TRL, Head of Insurance

·         Professor Gary Burnett, Faculty of Engineering at the University of Nottingham, Professor of Transport Human Factors

·         Lee Street, AECOM, Director and Head of Technology Services

·         Stephen Gibson, SLG Economics, Director (formerly, Chief Economist and Director of Economic Policy at Postcom, Chief Economist at Ofwat, Principal Economist at Ofcom and Head of Economics at Network Rail)

·         Roger Madelin, Head of Canada Water Development, British Land and Commissioner of The Independent Transport Commission

Date: Tuesday 18 July 2017
Time: 2pm (drinks from 6pm onwards)
Venue: Exchange House, Primrose Street, London, EC2A 2EG Please click here to view map

 

 

Spaces are limited. Please RSVP here to confirm your attendance.
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