Tech Takeover: Emerging Role of Artificial Intelligence in Future Vehicles (Aras)

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Name: Tech Takeover: Emerging Role of Artificial Intelligence in Future Vehicles (Aras)
Date: January 23, 2019
Time: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM EST
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

The rise of artificial intelligence in the future of connected and autonomous vehicles is complicated, misunderstood and powerful; however, it is important on various fronts to determine a strategy and execution plan regarding these capabilities.

Join Aras at Automation Alley for a Tech Takeover on the application, as opposed to theory, of AI into the vehicle development process. Topics will include safety, cybersecurity, vehicle software development, integration with existing platforms, standards and tools, verification/validation systems and service management.

This session is intended for engineers, software engineers, software developers, IT managers and cybersecurity experts.


Bill Bone, CTO Automotive, Aras Corporation

As Automotive CTO for Aras Corp., Bill Bone maintains the automotive roadmap and portfolio, provides assistance to customers to help them solve complex product management and development problems and leads workshops and conferences in the AV/CV area. Prior to joining Aras, Bone was vice president of product planning and development for CloudSAFE LLC, an enterprise cloud services provider. Previously, Bone was global director of IT infrastructure strategy and engineering for General Motors. In addition, Bone was an HP Fellow, HP's highest award for dramatic business improvement and technical excellence, as well as CTO for HP’s manufacturing, energy, and life sciences industries.

Kevin Williams, Enterprise Automotive Account Executive, Nvidia

Kevin Williams is an Enterprise Account Executive in the Automotive Group at NVIDIA, focusing on data center technologies that accelerate the development and implementation of AI solutions using deep learning and neural networks. Additionally, he’s responsible for the virtualization of high-performance engineering graphics for CAD and CAE applications. Prior to NVIDIA, Williams spent 12 years at Cisco, where he focused on high performance storage, networking and compute in the automotive industry for traditional high-performance computing, product development and manufacturing.

Event Sponsors:
Automation Alley
2675 Bellingham
Troy, MI 48083
Date/Time Information:

Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019

8-8:30 a.m. Registration, networking and breakfast
8:30-10 a.m. Presentation

Contact Information:
Contact Kim Knuttle at

Members: $10
Future Members: $20
Foundation Members: No charge

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