At Intersect 23, a global network of automotive and tech executives will discuss the latest vehicle software developments and define the industry’s roadmap for years to come.
Software-defined vehicles (SDV)
Software is reshaping the automotive industry. How can automakers develop state-of-the-art vehicle architectures, apply modern software development to vehicle software, and deploy new business models?
AUTOMATED DRIVING SYSTEMS
How should automakers leverage large-scale testing and verification and validation to develop safe advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles (AVs)? What will state-of-the-art automated driving systems look like in 2030?
Artificial intelligence (AI)
How should automotive software leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning methodologies? How can automakers leverage synthetic data and data engines to improve development speed and quality?
Intersect 23 features executives and board members from the world’s leading automakers and software companies.
Co-Founder, Andreessen Horowitz
Founder and CEO, Luminar Technologies
Former Head, Mercedes-Benz AG
Former Chairman of the Board of Management, Daimler
Co-Founder and Chief Engineer, Gatik
Former Chair and CEO, General Motors
Operating Partner, Andreessen Horowitz
Former CEO, Intel
CEO NIO US, NIO USA
VP of Commercialization, Motional
Co-Founder and CTO, Ambarella
Senior Manager, Head of Autonomous Systems, Scania
Chief Engineering Officer, Torc Robotics
Breakfast and check-in
What ADAS technology will look like in 2030
The state of lidar technology
Venture capital keynote
Building a software-first organization and culture
Lunch and networking
Developing next-gen end-to-end architecture
The role of AI in automotive: Developing smart EVs
Latest developments in vehicle HMI
The evolution of the automotive industry
AV technology now and in the future
Navigating the challenges of the semiconductor industry
The Computer History Museum houses the world’s leading collection and archive chronicling the history and impact of computing and technological innovation. It is located in the heart of Silicon Valley, a short drive from Applied Intuition’s Mountain View headquarters.
After the event
Intersect 23 will be followed by a reception in the Computer History Museum’s concourse and lobby. Join us for drinks, appetizers, and networking, and explore the museum’s exhibits.
5 PM - 7 PM
Computer History Museum concourse and lobby
Registration is free but spots are limited for this exclusive in-person event.
October 2, 2023
9 AM - 5 PM
Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA
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