The transportation industry is in a state of flux, thanks to ever-evolving technologies! While it is one of the biggest aspects of infrastructure that keeps the modern world function efficiently, there are lot of other things that needs immediate attention. Like large scale and high quality data is being generated every day which in turn is making AI urgent need and preferred solution for decision making in smart transportation systems.
While we are being optimistic about the future technology we also have to consider few critical challenges along its way. Issues like regulatory hurdles, amalgamation of transport system with present infrastructure, data explosion and management, training neural nets, improving image recognition, navigation systems for real time information, safety & reliability, and environmental pollution needs to be dealt on priority to support smart mobility.
Against this backdrop, Next-Gen Mobility Summit taking place on 23rd & 24th of May 2019 in Silicon Valley will bring together pioneers responsible to push present transportation infrastructures to their limits and build smart mobility with the help of AI solutions along the line of smart city.
The Next-Gen Mobility Summit will feature a wide range of speaker presentations, Q&A rounds and panel discussions on latest development of AI in transportation and building effective infrastructure to support the future of mobility.
The 2-day event is a highly informative and valuable opportunity to network and knowledge share with key industry stakeholders including OEMs & tier 1 companies, government & policy makers, universities & scholars, consultants, start-ups and venture capitalists.
Expect to meet the Who's Who of the industry at this unique event.
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(Valid till 31st March 2019)