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The Future Driven Forum Series

Bringing together thought leaders, industry analysts and key automotive decision makers, Future Driven Forums deliver cutting-edge information on the policies and insight shaping mobility's future.
Leveraging Advances in In-Vehicle Technology to Mitigate Driver Distraction
This webinar updates viewers on what technological advancements have been made over the past decade, how those technologies can be leveraged to support the driver’s attention in an increasingly complex driving environment, and what format those solutions might look like in the context of the U.S. regulatory environment.
Connecting Cars: Realizing the Benefits of V2X (Part 2)
Today’s cars and trucks are routinely equipped with touchscreens, navigation, emergency warning systems and other features that are enabled by connectivity. But V2X - a particularly promising connected vehicle technology that allows vehicles to communicate in real time with each other, with roadway infrastructure, and with pedestrians to save lives and make transportation more efficient - has not yet been fully realized in the U.S. In this Future Driven Forum, we’re joined again by leading government officials to examine the benefits of V2X, identify the remaining barriers, and explore ways to foster widespread deployment.
Transforming Personal Mobility Through Artificial Intelligence
A discussion on how artificial intelligence helps the automotive industry achieve various safety, vehicle functionality, and environmental goals, as well as the benefits that these innovations provide to customers.
Connecting Cars: Realizing the Benefits of V2X (Part 1)
Today’s cars and trucks are routinely equipped with touchscreens, navigation, emergency warning systems and other features that are enabled by connectivity. But V2X - a particularly promising connected vehicle technology that allows vehicles to communicate in real time with each other, with roadway infrastructure, and with pedestrians to save lives and make transportation more efficient - has not yet been fully realized in the U.S. In this Future Driven Forum, we’re joined by leading government officials to examine the benefits of V2X, identify the remaining barriers, and explore ways to foster widespread deployment.
Public Roads, Private Data: How the Auto Industry Protects Privacy
Many of the innovations that underpin the transformation to a cleaner, safer, and smarter transportation future are data-driven. In this Autos2050 Future Driven Forum, we discuss the steps the auto industry is taking in the midst of this transformation to protect the privacy of vehicle data.
Accelerating Electrification: Plugging In
The Alliance for Automotive Innovation and other industry thought leaders discuss what’s needed to build the charging and other infrastructure needed to support expanded sales of electrified vehicles.

Speakers Include:

  • Max Baumhefner, Senior Attorney, Climate & Clean Energy Program at the Natural Resources Defense Council
  • Maria S. Bocanegra, Commissioner of the Illinois Commerce Commission
  • Kellen Schefter, Director of Electric Transportation at the Edison Electric Institute
  • Terry Travis, Managing Partner and Co-founder at the EVNoire
Auto Manufacturing 101 — What Does it Take to Design and Manufacture New Vehicles?

During a time of unprecedented change and transition in the auto industry, we discuss what it takes to bring new vehicles and innovations to market. Speakers include Tom Stricker - Group Vice President of Sustainability and Regulatory Affairs, Toyota Motor North America, Paul Thomas - Executive Vice President, Mobility Solutions for the Americas, Bosch

Keeping Cars Safe for Kids — Working to Prevent Pediatric Heatstroke
A digital discussion hosted by the Alliance of Automotive Innovation on June 8, 2021 about ways to help prevent pediatric heatstroke through public awareness and technology advancements. Panel Discussion Moderated by John Bozzella, President & CEO of the Alliance for Automotive Innovation and included Brian Latouf, Chief Safety Officer, Hyundai Motor NA, Amy Artuso - Senior Program Manager, Mobility Safety Impact, National Safety Council, Bill Stewart - Senior Director for Vehicle Automation and Chassis, Infineon.
The Road Ahead — Modernizing our Approach to Advancing Vehicle Safety Technologies.
Future Driven Forum: The Road Ahead - Modernizing our Approach to Advancing Vehicle Safety Technologies. Auto Innovators hosts industry thought leaders and explore current advanced safety technologies as well as what is ahead for new vehicle safety innovations. Also discussed are benefits for vehicle occupants, pedestrians, and overall roadway safety improvements.
Charging Forward — Accelerating the Electric Vehicle Market in the U.S.
The Alliance for Automotive Innovation (Auto Innovators) hosted a discussion with industry leaders about the opportunities and challenges of accelerating the electric vehicle (EV) market in the United States. Joining Auto Innovators President and CEO, John Bozzella, for the digital discussion were Scott Keogh, CEO, and President of Volkswagen Group of America; Celina Mikolajczak, Vice President of Battery Technology at Panasonic Energy of North America; Swati Daji, Senior Vice President of Customer Solutions and Strategies at Duke Energy; and Dustin Krause, Director of E-Mobility at Volkswagen Group of America.
Shifting Gears — The Auto Industry's Response to COVID-19
A digital discussion hosted by the Alliance of Automotive Innovation on 2/11/2021 about the auto industry's response to COVID-19 and how the pandemic will shape the future of transportation. Speakers include Steve Patton - Partner/Principal at Ernst & Young LLP, Robert Grant - Vice President at Cruise, and Sheryl Connelly - Chief Futurist at Ford.
Auto Industry Landscape — The Horizon & What to See from a New Administration and Congress
A digital discussion hosted by the Alliance of Automotive Innovation on 12/15/2020 about the future of the automotive industry landscape. Panel Discussion Moderated by John Bozzella, President & CEO of the Alliance for Automotive Innovation and included Carla Bailo, President & CEO of the Center for Automotive Research (CAR), Chris Krueger, Managing Director, Cowen Washington Research Group, and Michelle Krebs, Executive Analyst, Cox Automotive and Executive Analyst for Autotrader. Additional remarks by Mark Reuss, President of General Motors Company and Chris Reynolds, Chief Administrative Officer, Corporate Resouces for Toyota Motor North America.
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