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June 06, 2014

Ahead of the Curve - News Brief

ITS World Congress Is Coming to Detroit in September


The Intelligent Transportation Society of America is hosting the 2014 World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems Sept. 7-11 in Detroit, Mi. The event is expected to draw more than 10,000 of the world’s leading transportation professionals, researchers and policymakers. It will be held at Cobo Hall and other venues in the Motor City. The event, which is being held in Detroit for the first time, allows automakers to showcase the latest developments in automated vehicle and connected transportation technology. Among the highlights: demonstrations of autonomous vehicles on Belle Isle, including passenger, commercial and military vehicles. The theme for the conference is “Reinventing Transportation in our Connected World.” It will feature industry leaders, public officials and academics tackling some of the challenges concerning connected and automated vehicles while offering their vision for the future of intelligent transportation. Thomas Manganello, who co-chairs Warner Norcross & Judd’s Automotive Industry Group, has been chosen to participate in a panel discussion at the conference. Watch for updates and live coverage of the conference on Warner’s automotive supplier blog, Ahead of the Curve (aheadofthecurve.wnj.com), and on our Twitter feed, @WNJLLP.

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