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Automotive Tech.AD Detroit 2014

17 Nov 2014 - 18 Nov 2014 - Detroit, MI, USA



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we.CONECT proudly invites senior level executives and leading professionals in the field of autonomous driving from all over the world to the first Automotive Tech.AD 2014 Detroit to envision the vibrant future of ADAS and self-driving cars. Today, autonomous driving is already a reality in sectors initially not taken into consideration. The industry knows: autonomous driving will disrupt the market faster than the consumer may think and provoke more complex issues than professionals might expect. Form part of the Automotive Tech.AD Detroit 2014 - The Road towards Autonomous Driving, the leading interactive highlight conference from Germany to discuss the advanced and pressing technological, safety-, risk-, social- and legal tasks of autonomous driving together with a thriving international community of automotive expert peers.

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