The automotive industry and technology sector are converging, and intelligent connected vehicles including interconnected smart cars, electric vehicles, will change the future of personal transportation. This development and implementation is coming to China and AmCham China member companies are leading the way in technological development through innovations in artificial intelligence and utilization of big data. However, the progress of new interconnected vehicles also presents policy challenges.
Join AmCham China and Microsoft for an event on "Intelligent Connected Vehicles: Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, Smart Navigation, and Tech Integration Inside Vehicles." Speakers will focus on the software the underpins the development of ICV's, smart grid networks, and emerging technology inside vehicles including gesture and facial recognition, use of scanners and fingerprints in the car. From the Policy perspective, speakers will discuss data transfer and storage, data localization and cross-border data flow, differences between China and the US regulatory environment.
For more information please contact Evan Schmitt at email@example.com.
President at AmCham China
General Manager of Marketing & Operations and IoT Lead at Microsoft Greater China
Executive Vice President, Government Affairs and Alliance Office at Jaguar Land Rover China
Assistant General Counsel and General Manager of the Legal Department, R&D Group at Microsoft Asia
President and Managing Director of United States Information Technology Office (USITO)
Director, Asia Pacific Information Technology of Ford Motor Co.
Vice President, Public Policy and Government Relations at General Motors
Microsoft Research Center Asia - Building 2
微软亚洲研究院, 北京市海淀区丹棱街5号微软大厦2号楼 （善缘街与海淀中街交叉口）
Microsoft Research Center Asia, Building 2 (at the intersection of Shanyuan Street and Haidian Middle Street ), No. 5 Danling Street, Haidian District, Beijing