Daniels College of Business Hosts Driverless Mobility Conference May 7

Your life is going to radically change. Driverless vehicles aren’t just an idea, but a tangible technology that will change daily life as we know it. They will reshape our transportation systems, real estate development, access to goods and services and our collective ecological footprint.

Learn more about these imminent changes at the Impact of Driverless Mobility conference Monday, May 7, at the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business. Experts in the field will highlight the broad implications of this disruptive technology, and unite researchers, industry leaders, faculty and students to explore the revolutionary effects of driverless vehicles.

This exciting daylong program includes the following experts in the field:

  • Rutt Bridges, author of the “Driverless Car Revolution” and “Driverless Conquers Congestion”
  • Dave Britton, Colorado general manager of Uber
  • Chen Heffer, founder and CEO of CyTech Consulting
  • Marie Nakagawa, attorney and policy adviser on Colorado transportation policy
  • Libbi Segev, teaching assistant professor of business ethics and legal studies
  • Mark Levine, professor of real estate

Event: Impact of Driverless Mobility
Time: Monday, May 7
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Place:  Anderson Academic Commons
University of Denver
2150 E. Evans Ave.
Denver, CO 80210
Cost: $129
Questions: Rasa Zukaite