Understand the disruptive implications of self-driving car technology and the strategic consequences for the auto industry, its suppliers and related industries.
This workshop delivers detailed understanding of the rapidly developing business model and technical innovations associated with self-driving car technology. It works through the strategic implications for the auto industry and its suppliers, as well as related logistics, insurance, retail and other sectors. It is designed to help you not only make sense of this change, but to benefit from it.
The event is led by Dr Alexander Hars.
Dr. Hars published one of the first articles on the disruptive potential of self-driving cars in early 2010. Since then he has been intensively involved in the discussion about the future transformation of the auto industry, through research and consulting, scenario development and analysis as well as many speaking engagements.
Selected insights from the conference leader, Dr Alexander Hars
This workshop is intended for executives who need to think through the consequences of self-driving cars on the automotive sector. It offers frameworks and insights to help them develop their understanding and analysis of the threats and opportunities of SDCs for the industry. It will help them to understand the implications of SDCs and to formulate appropriate strategies for their business.
Autelligence has cooperated with a number of event organisers in the recent past, and for several years has promoted a series of well received in-depth workshops that allow a limited number of senior industry executives to study key long-term issues in the automotive industry. Autelligence has also published a number of reports on autonomous vehicles and the implications of self-driving cars for the automotive industry, as well is related connectivity, electronic systems and sensor developments.
Dr. Alexander Hars is a thought leader and entrepreneur who anticipates, shapes and drives the implementation of IT-based innovations. After obtaining his PhD in Information Systems in 1993 at a leading research institute in Germany he taught for 8 years at one of the top 20 business schools in the United States (Marshall School of Business, USC).
Returning to Germany in 2002, he taught Information Systems at the University of Bayreuth and in 2004 founded Inventivio GmbH, a software and consulting company which focuses on paradigm-changing software-based technologies in areas such as driverless mobility, speech processing and adaptive knowledge management.
|Date:||March 23, 2017|
Frankfurt Marriott Hotel
60486 Frankfurt am Main
|Date:||May 16, 2017|
Auburn Hills, MI 48341