GO-NV Summit January 3rd at Mandalay Bay

ces-logo-2016Unfortunately I will not be in Vegas till 2pm on the 3rd but for those who are already there check out the below GO-NV Summit at Manadalay Bay. Below is the official press release with more information on GO-NV Summit 2017. LAS VEGAS – In collaboration with CES® 2017, the Nevada Center for Advanced Mobility (CAM) and its partners are hosting the GO-NV Summit Jan. 3 at Mandalay Bay. Held just prior to CES® 2017, the GO-NV Summit will showcase recent accomplishments, successful public/private partnerships and future plans for advancing mobility that are revolutionizing the transportation industry. These emerging initiatives will ultimately save lives, increase mobility and grow industry opportunities.

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WHAT: The GO-NV Summit will bring together industry executives and leaders who have pioneered the implementation of advanced transportation technology and are leading the charge to accelerate progress on a global scale. WHERE: Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas – South Seas Ballroom (G&H) WHEN: Tuesday, Jan. 3, 8 a.m. – noon (check in begins at 7:30 a.m.)

The GO-NV Summit will revolve around action, and not just conversation, about what’s real and what’s hype in emerging technology of mobility advancements, and agencies that are leading the charge in building an ecosystem of smart and connected communities that will revolutionize approaches to safety, congestion and capacity.

Nevada is leading the way to a more connected future by embracing technological advances in mobility that are paving the way to build smart cities and communities. Collaboration will be at the forefront of this summit as global partners share the latest advancements in transportation technology and best practices and solutions.

Beginning with a welcome from city of Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman, the event will feature presentations from senior officials of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Local Motors, Hyperloop One, Lyft, Keolis, the UK Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles and the Dubai Regional Transport Commission. Executive directors of the Colorado, Michigan and Utah Departments of Transportation, and officials from the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada and Nevada’s Departments of Transportation and Motor Vehicles will discuss current initiatives and partnerships with private industry to advance evolving vehicle technology.

About Nevada Center for Advanced Mobility The Nevada Center for Advanced Mobility (CAM) provides the contact point bringing together industry, government and academia to develop and deploy policy, standards and technology around advanced mobility including electric, connected, autonomous vehicles and related infrastructure. Its partners include Governor’s Office of Economic Development, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles, the Nevada Department of Transportation, the Nevada Department of Business & Industry, the Nevada Department of Public Safety, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe, Clark County, the City of Las Vegas, the City of North Las Vegas, the City of Henderson and the City of Reno. For more information, visit www.nevadacam.org. ###