CalAmp Spearheading Future of Autonomous Fleet Panel at MWC19 ShanghaiPR Newswire | Irvine | Updated: 14-06-2019 17:32 IST | Created: 14-06-2019 17:32 IST
Paul Washicko, Senior Vice President, Product Management at CalAmp, will speak on a panel discussion titled, "Three Things that Must Happen Before We See Autonomous Fleets" at MWC19 Shanghai. The panel will feature executives from Ericsson and Taoglas as well as a moderator from Together for Safer Roads.
The panellists incude
- Paul Washicko, Senior Vice President, Product Management, CalAmp
- Harry Qiao, Global Sales Engagement Principal, Connected Vehicle and Transportation Connected Vehicle in China, Ericsson
- Christin Lin, General Manager, Taoglas China
David Braunstein, President, Together for Safer Roads will be the moderator.
The panel discussion will be held at 10:40 am – 11:10am CST on June 28 in Auditorium C, N5 Hall, Shanghai New International Expo Centre.
CalAmp's SVP of Product Management, Paul Washicko, will participate on a panel at Mobile World Congress Shanghai, titled, "Three Things that Must Happen Before We See Autonomous Fleets." The leading brands will discuss next-generation vehicle connectivity and the road to autonomous driving including:
- Safety technology - crash response, driver behavior and other IoT technology that improve road safety and mitigate risk
- After-market solutions - to drive adoption on the front end and manage the long tail of deployed OEM solutions longer term
- Real-time data - from telematics and smart sensors that help manage vehicle maintenance and reduce logistical inefficiencies
- AI and predictive analytics - that make data actionable and improve decision making to be responsive to new market demands
The companies share the challenge of ensuring a smooth transition from legacy to completely self-driving vehicles. OEMs, transportation agencies, road and signaling infrastructure providers, mobile operators, automotive service providers, fleet managers, and many others play a part in a blended vehicle ecosystem and creating safer roads for all.
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