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Oct 2017
October 05, 2017
Autonomous Vehicle Technology & Sharing-Economy: Creating Disruptive Cross Industry Shockwaves

GM Heritage Center | Hosted By: Marsh and AIG

The convergence of autonomous vehicles with shared mobility platforms will accelerate their adoption rate more rapidly than many expect, especially in dense urban areas. This will lead to disruptive shockwaves throughout global economies, to create new opportunities and risks for the automotive industry.

Join Marsh's sharing-economy and Auto/Manufacturing leaders for a discussion on how companies can be prepared for the impacts. Topics include:
  • How technology and the sharing economy are changing the "Mobility Ecosystem."
  • Impact of Wannacry and how to protect your industrial control systems from critical infrastructure/cyber attacks.
  • Manufacturing 4.0 and the disruptive impact of technology such as additive manufacturing (3D Printing) on operations.
  • Use of robotics and creating smart factories to meet the evolving needs of consumer preferences.

In addition to Marsh and Oliver Wyman experts, our discussion will also be led by:
  • Matthew Kardel - Managing Director, Delphi
  • Thomas J. Manganello - Partner, Warner Norcross & Judd
  • Faye Sahai - Global Head of Technology Innovation, AIG
  • Rick Schostek - Executive Vice President, Honda NA EVP

Click here for more information and registration.

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