Why Industry Leaders Are Backing This Self-Driving Technology

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.

Apex.AI is a global leader in embedded software and middleware technology for the entire mobility industry, spanning many different verticals (auto, marine, agriculture, construction, defense, aerial, and more). They have created the only safety-certified operating system that ensures the safe and reliable integration of sensors and software as well as the performance of millions of real-time calculations required for vehicles of all types to safely navigate our roads, rails, waterways, and skies.

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.

Watch our Webinar with ApexAI co-founder and CEO, Jan Becker, to hear why self-driving vehicles will have more in common with today’s smartphones than today’s cars and most of their value will be in the software.

Hosted by Steven Saltzstein. CEO, Force Family Office

Video On Demand

– Recorded

May 22


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