Powering the future is now! The arrival of electric vehicles (EVs) and self-driving cars (AVs) are two of the most innovative technologies in the history of the automotive industry.
Join us on Tuesday, October 29 for a peer-to-peer business, engineering and legal roundtable discussion entitled, “Driving the Future of Automotive Technology.” The event will take place at SERES’ headquarters and showroom in Santa Clara, and will feature industry leaders discussing technology innovations in the EV and AV space, investment trends and funding models, and the impact of regulations on automotive technology development.
This event will offer a unique opportunity to view electric vehicle models and batteries, explore and ride in a Level 4 autonomous vehicle, as well as talk with experts in SERES’ state-of-the-art showroom.
Carlos Bhola, Managing Director – Celsius Capital Keynote Speaker
Kevin Biesty, Deputy Director for Policy – Arizona Department of Transportation
Bryan Casey, Lecturer at Stanford Law School and Fellow at the Center for Automotive Research – Stanford
Zak Edson, Vice President of Product Management, Marketing & Sales – SERES
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