Driving Change in the Auto Industry –
Transformative Technologies and the Law
Presented on Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Driving Change in the Auto Industry – Transformative Technologies and the Law
- Adam Blinick, Public Affairs Director, Uber Canada
- Thomas Bloor, Director, Sales and Business Development, BlackBerry QNX
- Charles Vincent, Director General, Automotive and Transportation Industries Branch, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
- Helen Fotinos, Co-Chair, National Automotive Group, Partner, McCarthy Tétrault LLP,
- Kosta Kalogiros, National Automotive Group, Associate, McCarthy Tétrault LLP
From self-driving cars to connected cities to radical shifts in retailing, the automotive sector is undergoing a revolution. Our Automotive Group is excited to present a three-part series focused on transformative changes in the automotive eco-system. This series will tackle important business, legal, and policy issues, while offering unique perspectives on the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Part I – The Connected Car: Autonomous Driving & The Vehicle Eco-System
Together with fascinating perspectives from top industry leaders, our experts will unpack the current and prospective legal and regulatory framework around connected cars and self-driving technology, as well as often overlooked, but increasingly popular and controversial issues such as mobile payments, infotainment, remote and predictive services, and the impact of artificial intelligence and self-learning technologies.
Mark your calendars for the continuation of this series in 2018. No need to register now, a formal invite will be sent prior to the program.
¬ Part II: The Connected City: The Infrastructure Eco-System (May 2018)
Focus on infrastructure and building the smart cities required to support vehicle technology.
¬ Part III: The Business of Auto: The Industry Eco-System (November 2018)
Focus on industry disruptors, (e.g., Uber, Tesla, Genesis and large dealer groups), and impacts on the automotive landscape.
This program qualifies for up to 1.5 hours of eligible educational activity or CPD/MCE credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia, Ontario and Québec.