Government/Industry Meeting

January 18-20, 2022 │ Washington, District of Columbia & On-Demand

Government & Industry Collaborate to Advance Mobility

This highly regarded annual conference provides government, regulatory and policy makers, and the automotive industry a necessary, neutral forum to discuss the effects of government regulations, new and forthcoming technologies, and consumer expectations on vehicle design.

Government/Industry Meeting 2022 (GIM) remains the only event of its kind that brings together the critical parties involved in not only automotive design and manufacturing, but the broader perspective on how the outcomes of these discussions impact the global economy and sustainability efforts.

Did you know? State & Federal Government employees attend for FREE!

Experience

Over three thought-provoking days, you will participate in leading-edge technical sessions, dynamic roundtable discussions, a Cybersecurity workshop, and hear big picture outlooks from keynote speakers.

Plus, you will discover new technologies and innovations by exploring our interactive exhibition. And of course, plenty of vital networking opportunities will put you face-to-face with the industry’s biggest influencers and decision-makers.

Learn

Attendees will hear first-hand from government regulatory agencies, the OEM community, and suppliers as they discuss new data, technologies, standards and regulations, and their impact on legislation and automakers alike.

You learn how changing regulations for safety, emission control, energy conversation, and infrastructure will impact vehicle design and the entire automotive supply chain.

*This event is co-located with the Washington Auto Show.

Featured Speakers

Keynote

Sterling Anderson

CPO & Co-Founder, Aurora

Sterling Anderson is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Aurora, the company delivering the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. A longtime developer of autonomous vehicle technology, Sterling developed the MIT Intelligent Co-Pilot, a shared autonomy framework that paved the way for broad advances in cooperative control of human-machine systems. In 2014, he joined Tesla, where he led the design, development, and launch of the Tesla Model X and then led the team that delivered Tesla Autopilot. Sterling holds several patents and over a dozen publications in autonomous vehicle systems and earned his Masters and Ph.D. from MIT.

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