Vehicle Technology: Advanced Vehicle Technology: Practice, Policy and Challenges (TBS4)

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November 1, 2018 - 1:00pm - 2:30pm
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Las Vegas Convention Center, Upper North Hall, N258

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Advanced vehicle technologies are changing how cars are designed, developed, customized, sold, serviced, shared, and owned. SEMA manufacturers, distributors and installers are facing increasing challenges today and in the coming years as vehicles become more complex due to assisted, connected and automated driving technologies, as well as demographic, regulatory, social and environmental pressures. Horsepower and hardware are being matched with computing power and software. New market segments are being created in safety. performance, vehicle emissions, electronics, connected, and automated driving. This panel session will focus on the practices, challenges, policies and product liability considerations you need to know to grow and prosper in the evolving performance aftermarket. 

Moderator: Daniel Ingber, Chief Corporate Counsel, SEMA

Panelists: John Waraniak, Vice President Vehicle Technology, SEMA; Mike Spagnola, Vice President, OEM and Product Development Programs, SEMA; David Strickland, Partner, Venable LLP, Former Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA); Stuart Gosswein, Senior Director, Federal Government Affairs, SEMA

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Add to Calendar 11/01/2018 01:00 PM 11/01/2018 02:30 PM America/Los_Angeles Vehicle Technology: Advanced Vehicle Technology: Practice, Policy and Challenges Thank you for registering for this SEMA Show Education seminar. We look forward to seeing you there. To view the rest of the educational offerings, please visit www.semashow.com/education Las Vegas Convention Center, Upper North Hall, N258 SEMA Education SEMAeducation@sema.org 2880 SEMA Show Education Seminar



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