Impact of Driverless Mobility

University of Denver

Monday May 7, 2018 

Smartphones and personal computers have changed the world and how we live in it. Now, Driverless Vehicles (DVs) are poised to profoundly reshape our transportation systems, real estate development, access to goods and services, and our collective ecological footprint.

The Impact of Driverless Mobility conference, organized by the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver, will highlight the broad implications of this disruptive technology and unite researchers, industry leaders, faculty and students to explore the revolutionary effects of DVs.

This exciting day-long program on the Impact of Driverless Vehicles includes a strong and dynamic list of panelists and speakers. Such folks as Rutt Bridges, author of 2 books on the subject of DV, along with Dave Britton, GM from Uber; from Israel, Chen Heffer, Founder and CEO of CyTech Consulting on cybersecurity and DV; CDOT Advisor Marie Nakagawa on DV’s impact on Colorado transportation policy; Dr. Libbi Segev on Legal and Ethical Issues of DV and Dr. Mark Levine on the Impact of DV on Real Estate are only a few of the topics that will be addressed on the Impact of DV Conference.