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 “Silicon Valley Reinvents the Wheel” Connected Car Event on Oct. 20 at the Computer History Museum

The C3 Group and The Western Automotive Journalists (WAJ) will co-host a Connected Car Conference focused on the role of Silicon Valley as an emerging hub for innovation in the automotive industry.  Key event activities and topics will include:

    —  Live vehicle displays featuring the latest connected car technology in

        the new Cadillac ELR, Volkswagen e-Golf, BMW i3, BMW i8, Silicon

        Valley’s own Renovo, and more …

    —  Silicon Valley: The Car Industry’s New Power Center – Panelists from

        Nissan, BMW, Volkswagen and their technology suppliers will discuss how

        California innovations are changing the cars we drive.

    —  Revolutionizing Automotive Retail – Tesla and experts in automotive

        retail discuss how car buying is rapidly changing.

    —  The Future of In-Car Connectivity – Tech Chat with CNET, QNX Software

        and Pandora on in-dash infotainment.

    —  Eyes in the Sky – The Role of Drones in the Advancement of Connected

        Cars – Tech Chat led by Hyundai and leading drone experts.

    —  We’re All Connected and Our Cars will be Too – Thought leaders from

        Intel, Cisco, Continental and others discuss the networked car.

    —  What Will We Drive in the Future – or What Will Drive Us – Executives

        from Google, Delphi, BMW and Hyundai discuss how technology is reshaping

        personal transportation.

The full-day conference will include participation from leading automotive and technology executives from companies including Google, Tesla, Continental, Delphi, Cisco, Intel, NVIDIA and QNX as well as a display of cutting-edge vehicles from Cadillac, Volkswagen, BMW, Renovo and others.

** Qualified members of the media can register free at

All Attendees can enter to win one of 10 NVIDIA Shield tablets that will be given away at the event.

WHAT: C3 and WAJ to Host “Silicon Valley Reinvents the Wheel” Connected Car Conference at the Computer History Museum

DATE: Monday, Oct. 20, 2014

TIME: Registration opens at 9:30 a.m. Conference starts at 10:00 a.m. and ends at 5:30 p.m., followed by hosted closing reception from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.


PLACE: The Computer History Museum, 1401 N. Shoreline Blvd. Mountain View, CA 94043

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