Scott McCormick, President, Connected Vehicle Trade Association, has been confirmed as a moderator in the Connected Car stream at Automotive Megatrends USA 2015, which takes place on March 17th, 2015.
McCormick has degrees in Mathematics, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, a Master’s in Business Administration, and Doctoral Research in Artificial Intelligence.
Prior to being the President of the Connected Vehicle Trade Association, McCormick was the Executive Director of the Automotive Multimedia Interface Collaboration, a non-profit research organisation of the world’s largest automakers.
McCormick is a former Advisor to the United States National Science Foundation and the Industrial Sector Representative to the US Federal Laboratories Technology Transfer Consortium. He is as a Member of the Steering Committee to the Joint Commercial-Military Technology Transfer Committee
In March 2012, McCormick was appointed by the United States Congress to advise the Secretary of Transportation on matters relating to the study, development, and implementation of Intelligent Transportation Systems.
Organised by Automotive World, Megatrends USA ’15 is a one-day, three stream conference focusing on Powertrain Innovation, the Connected Car, and Retail (R)evolution.
McCormick will be moderating the first session of Stream 2: the Connected Car, which focuses on which technologies and trends will have the most impact on the evolution of the connected car in North America. Topics will include OEM strategy, software and apps, network, device integration, safety and security, location-based services and standards.
To register for this event, please go to http://automotivemegatrendsusa.com/
For further details on this event, please contact the event manager, Amanda James: firstname.lastname@example.org / +44(0) 2921 287 115
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