Finally! The Self-Driving Technology We've Been Waiting For

About this Event

The future of transportation is autonomous across all end-markets (cars, boats, planes, drones). Vehicle functions will be implemented entirely via software and rely on machine learning and complex AI algorithms.

Register now to watch our Fireside Chat on the future of autonomous vehicles with leading experts in the field:
  • Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann: Consultant and investor in companies shaping the electric future, board member Polestar
  • Jan Becker: CEO and Co-Founder of Apex.AI, developer of a robotic software platform for self-driving vehicles
  • Harvey Briggs: Editor/Publisher of Rides & Drives

Apex.AI is backed by some of the biggest names in the transportation industry including Toyota, Volvo, Daimler, Airbus, Jaguar Land Rover, and Continental. The company is currently generating revenue and looking to scale significantly over the next three years.

Video On Demand

– Recorded

June 26


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