Driverless Trucks Will Come Before Driverless Cars - Here's How They Will Disrupt Everything (Workshop)
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Driverless Trucks Will Come Before Driverless Cars - Here's How They Will Disrupt Everything (Workshop)

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NYU Tandon School of Engineering

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Driverless Trucks Will Come Before Driverless Cars - Here's How They Will Disrupt Everything (Tech 2025 Workshop)

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Fasten your seat belts! Within the next ten years or so, millions of jobs in the US (including truck drivers and peripheral jobs that support the trucking industry) will be lost due to the rise of driverless trucks.

Join us for this special Tech2025.com event that will combine learning, networking, and thought-provoking discussion on an emerging technology that is developing quicker than we can wrap our brains around it. Our expert guest presenter, Seth Clevenger (Technology Editor for Transport Topics Magazine), who writes extensively about driverless trucks and the technology that powers them, will offer unique, insider information into this explosive innovation.

Experts are predicting that driverless trucks will hit the road in as little as five years. We are already seeing driverless trucks doing test-runs here in the US. And, around the world, other countries are also frantically rushing to put driverless trucks on the road including Germany, China, Sweden, and The Netherlands. The driverless truck revolution is well under way!

  • Why are governments around the world investing heavily in driverless trucking technology?

  • Why are big tech companies like Uber, Amazon and Tesla aggressively moving into the driverless trucking space?

  • Who will be impacted the most when driverless trucks hit the road?

  • Where are the entrepreneurial opportunities in this space?

  • And what do truck drivers (who will ultimately be replaced by this technology) think?

Takeaways

Gain an understanding of the driverless truck ecosystem, the technology driving this innovation forward, the key players in the space, and potential road blocks and opportunities that are ahead. Learn what insiders in the trucking industry (including drivers, trucking companies, brands, manufacturers, etc.) really think about this new technology that will upend their entire industry (you'd be surprised!). Through an interactive, group activity, share your thoughts and ideas on how this technology should develop in the future.

Prerequisites

This is a non-technical workshop meant for anyone: marketers, advertisers, developers, product managers, investors, data analysts, students, policy wonks -- all are welcome.

Guest Presenter

Seth Clevenger, Technology Editor, Transport Topics iTech Magazine. iTech covers intelligence, technology and solutions for trucking.

Seth (@sethclevenger) writes and edit news stories and features for Transport Topics, a newspaper covering the trucking and freight transportation industry, and its iTECH supplement, which tracks the latest issues and developments in the transportation technology sector including the impact of driverless trucks on the industry.

Seth's recent iTech articles include:

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The NYU Tandon School of Engineering dates to 1854, when the New York University School of Civil Engineering and Architecture, as well as the Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute (widely known as Brooklyn Poly) were founded. Their successor institutions merged in January 2014 to create a comprehensive school of education and research in engineering and applied sciences, rooted in a tradition of invention and entrepreneurship, and dedicated to furthering technology in service to society. In addition to its main location in Brooklyn, NYU Tandon collaborates with other schools within the country’s largest private research university and is closely connected to engineering programs in NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai. It operates business incubators in downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn and an award-winning online graduate program.

The Yard is New York City's premier modern office space offering private offices, dedicated desks and coworking memberships with all the amenities your business needs. With ultra fast wifi, gorgeous lounges, amazing art, cultural programming, natural light and more, The Yard is the perfect place for the sophisticated professional.

The Yard also is offering the Tech2025 community their first month free at their brand new location City Hall Park and 20% off their first month at any of their other 7 locations across Manhattan and Brooklyn.


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