The next Open Garage Talk-From Detroit to Silicon Valley-sponsored by CARS and Revs will feature Larry Burns and Rick Wagoner in a moderated discussion with Diego Rodriguez. The Open Garage Talk on Thursday, October 6 will start with a 5:00 PM reception at the Automotive Innovation Facility. The moderated discussion is from 6:00 - 7:00 PM. The event is open to the public, but you must you must RSVP at this page in order to attend.
Automated vehicles are already here today, with constraints helping to accelerate their development. Take the examples of highway autopilot systems and parallel parking assist systems: both have limited scope, both are examples of automated technologies available today. In this workshop, held on September 9 2016 at Stanford University, we will discuss with experts who have designed automated systems using constraints as a development path.
To attend and learn more details about the agenda, please RSVP at this link.
The next CARS and Revs workshop will be on the future of unconventional personal mobility devices. Defined as powered vehicles with a small footprint (consider electric scooters, neighborhood electric vehicles, and even powered unicycles), they are an important enabler of micro travel within a city. The workshop will bring together small startups, large manufacturers, municipal and planning experts as well as researchers from the Stanford community. Please join us to learn and experience how personal mobility devices will change your world.
The Revs Program at Stanford & the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS) host an evening with Patrick Long and Patrick Dempsey. The event will be held Feb 10, 2016 at Stanford's Automotive Innovation Facility on central campus and will be moderated by Diego Rodriguez of IDEO. The event is open to the public, but you must you must RSVP at this page in order to attend.
Address of event: Automotive Innovation Facility; 473 Oak Rd., Stanford, CA 94305 (Google Maps).
The Revs Program at Stanford & the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS) host an evening with FCA Global Head of Design Ralph Gilles.
More details will follow in the coming months.