Tech Hub @ The Exchange

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April 10
Catharsis vs Consequences: Human Agency in the Age of Autonomy

Alex Roy, Outlaw Driver and Author

Automotive Cyber: A Teaspoon or a Tablespoon of Paranoia?

Doug Britton, RunSafe Security Inc.

What Will It Take to Trust an Autonomous Vehicle?

Matt Yurdana, Intel Corp.

Powering a New Mobility Ecosystem

Matt Jones, Virgin Hyperloop One

Break How You Can Live Out A Car Comfortably by 2020

William Donovan, Atmos XR

Immersive Storytelling for High-Throughput Discovery

Elizabeth Baron, Ford Motor Co.

On-Demand Air Transport

Brian Yutko, Aurora Flight Science

Pivoting to the Next: An Automotive Future

Sang-Ik (Matthew) Kim, Accenture

April 11
From Concept to Reality: How I Built a Motorsports Venue Against All Odds

Brad Oleshansky, M1 Concourse

The Third Wave of the Internet and What That Means to the Automobile

Phill Lawson-Shanks, EdgeConneX

Designing Interiors in an Autonomous Vehicle Future

Nick Petouhoff, Adient

Data Driven: The Future of Mobility

Stephen Zoepf, Center of Automotive Research Stanford (CARS)

Break Remote and Autonomous Ship: Setting Sail in the Near Future

Oskar Levander, Rolls Royce Marine

The Case for Hydrogen: On The Road to a Cleaner World

Trevor Milton, Nikola Motor

Electric Vehicles—Do We Have Enough Energy?

Alejandro Zamorano, Bloomberg New Energy Finance

Hybrid Reality: One Giant Leap for Full Dive

Matthew Noyes, Johnson Space Center

April 12
How is NHTSA Research preparing for the era of Automated Driving?

Dr. Cem Hatipoglu, NHTSA

Rear Ended in the Rinse Cycle (and Other Places)

Derek Kaufman, The Car Wash Association

Game Theory and Self-Driving Vehicles

Adam Millard-Ball, UC Santa Cruz

Kirigami Optics – The Pathway to Flat LIDARs

Nick Kotov, University of Michigan

For Attendees

Broaden your scope of knowledge by hearing ground-breaking insight from thought leaders about the future of mobility in a relaxed environment on the Exhibition Floor. These short, impactful presentations are designed to engage the audience and challenge traditional thinking and outlooks on technologies. Bring your questions! Speakers will participate in a Q&A and networking period following the talks.

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United States Army

The Army, and more specifically our automotive research center, TARDEC, relies upon our relationships with the technical experts and engineers like those we encounter at the SAE World Congress Tech Hub. These relationships that we come here to develop and nurture help to bring the latest technologies to the Warfighter, enabling adaptive, flexible, modular and smart capabilities in our vehicle for our leaders in the field.

Paul Decker, National Automotive Center (NAC), External Business Office, US Army Tank Automotive Research, Development & Engineering Center (TARDEC) -