Panel at MOVE America: Connectivity and Integration: How we move and how we groove

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Engaging panel at MOVE America with panelists:

John Kwant, Executive Director, 5G Automotive Association (5GAA)
Sylvano Carrasco, VP of Connected Cars and Partnerships, Getaround
Jason JonMichael, Senior Strategist, USDOT Research and Technology
Jeffrey Decoux, Chairman, Autonomy Fellow, Autonomy Institute
Michele Mueller, Michigan DOT Department of Transportation

The discussion covered topics such as inductive charging roadways, autonomous lane engines, and the role of technology in reducing road accidents.

Sylvano Carrasco posed a crucial question about the impact of autonomous vehicles will depend, whether autonomous cars are owned by corporate giants like Google or they are privately owned. Regardless, with platforms like Getaround consumers can transition away from car ownership, offering on-demand access to vehicles that are both instant and convenient. Providing a crucial connecting resource for the transition in vehicle utilization for the future.

Michele Mueller emphasized the DOT’s vision for a multimodal future, focusing on safety and sustainability leveraging new technologies and startups as a partners in innovation.

Connectivity emerged as a crucial theme throughout the conversation, with a call to learn from other industries, particularly the aviation sector’s transformation in the 1970s.

The panel also highlighted Michigan’s pivotal role in future transportation implementation, emphasizing partnerships with startups and inclusive infrastructure development with local municipalities and networks.

#MOVEAmerica #ConnectivityIntegration #TransportationInnovation #SafetyFirst #AutonomousVehicles #MichiganTransportation #InfrastructureDevelopment

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