Posts Tagged ‘MIT Conference’

Balancing Fuel Economy, Safety and Desirability by 2025

A few days ago, I had the pleasure of moderating a panel of automotive industry professionals, academics and lobbyists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), who discussed how the automotive industry will achieve the government-mandated 54.5 miles per gallon Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standard by 2025.

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IMN and the NEMPA/MIT Technology Conference

Last Friday, I had the distinct pleasure of moderating a panel of scientists and senior executives from several of the major automotive manufacturers. The subject of the conference was the Autonomous Vehicle — the research and development of automobiles that have the ability to drive on their own. The panelists for the event, held in the Alumni Suite at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts,  included:

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