The New England Motor Press Association and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology present the ninth in their annual series of panel discussions of leading-edge automotive issues.
There is no doubt that our experience inside our vehicles is changing. Autonomous driving will be a part of our driving future, but what won’t change is our desire to be entertained, informed and connected, whether we’re behind the wheel or simply along for the ride. At CES 2019, innovators from around the globe painted their visions of a connected, entertaining, productive and life-changing commute. Despite all the technologies introduced in the last decade, human/vehicle interaction is in its infancy. What are the next advancements that will transform our time in the car? Who leads the way? How will these advancements protect security and privacy? Will these technologies be standardized and open? How will connected vehicle services be monetized? How will in-car advertising be governed? Join us as we discuss the future of the vehicle experience and what we can expect.