The Government/Industry Meeting technical program is designed to provide an open forum to discuss the critical impacts that legislation has on vehicle design from R&D to customer acceptance. This format enables government and industry alike to share their perspectives, help influence one another, and tackle challenges as a unified force. As government shifts standard and regulations, the automotive industry must be nimble and ready to adapt. This program was designed to enable just that
Over three-plus days you will hear from government regulatory agencies and the OEM community addressing the latest areas of critical importance to the mobility industry. Critical issues include safety, emissions, fuel efficiency, and automated vehicles.
Our daily keynote presentations will feature government and industry leaders that will provide critical insights focusing on overarching government policy impacting the automotive industry.
Tuesday, January 18 | 12:00 – 3:00 p.m.
The focus of this three-hour workshop is to engage government, industry, and academia in understanding three critical issues impacting cybersecurity. To aid in better understanding, each panel discussion will feature three to four subject matter experts sharing their insights on their respective area. These experts are working diligently to solve future problems, as well as ways to address these issues. We may never be ‘hack-free’, but we can make significant strides for improvement if we work together on lessons learned from different sectors addressing various issues.
Your perspective and engagement on each topic is critical. Therefore, we will provide polling questions during the workshop to engage attendee opinions. There will also be dedicated time for the audience to engage in Q&A with the panelists and moderators.
Panel Topics of Discussion:
• Managing the Complexity EV Cyber Issues
• Managing the Complexity of Software Supply Chain
• Maintaining software over the vehicle lifecycle
Participation in this workshop is free, but you must register in advance. No on-site registration will be available.
This will be an in-person only event – with some sessions recorded and being available on-demand. Recorded sessions will be available 2 weeks following the event and then for approximately 6 months. Check back for updates on the technical program as they become available.