By 2022, 87 percent of vehicles in the United States will be equipped with technology that collects data and wirelessly transmits it to vehicle manufacturers, according to IHS Markit. That data includes everything from vehicle health information to maintenance and repair data to details on driving behavior and your GPS location.
What are the implications of wireless collection of vehicle data for consumers, data privacy and automotive safety? And how will it transform the automotive industry as a whole?
Join automotive, security and tech experts, policymakers and consumer advocates on Thursday, April 4, at 9 a.m., as they discuss the technology behind connected cars and its implications for the future. Guests are encouraged to participate in the Q&A following the discussion.
A light continental breakfast and refreshments will be served.