Connected cars have already changed the way we drive. Cars have evolved beyond basic transportation to become a hub of commerce and entertainment.
By the end of the decade, self-driving cars will come to market. Ride-sharing and car-sharing services like Uber and Zipcar are further redefining one of America’s favorite pasttimes.
What does this mean for transportation, one of the largest sectors in our economy? And what does it mean for the researchers who support this massive industry?
As this giant shake up in transportation continues to roll forward, we will be presented with great obstacles . . . but also great opportunities.
Join us to learn more about the promise and the peril of the years ahead.