Liante, a commune in Milan, was once the home of the Alfa Romeo proving ground, where the revolutionary cars were tested for their road-worthiness. Now home to the ACI SARA headquarters (the insurance arm of the Automobile Club of Italy), Liante will be hosting a conference to discuss the viability of the connected car. The Connected Car 2016 expo, which takes place October 17th-18th, will feature experts from around the world who will discuss the technology and social impact of the next wave of automotive.
One of these speakers will be Movimento’s Head of Product Management, Rasmus Nielsen. Nielsen, an expert on how the new connected car will be an integral part of the IoT ecosystem, will be among the many international experts shaping how we drive.
The event promises to help progress the technological, sociological, and regulatory framework surrounding this new automotive landscape. It offers an opportunity to network, make connections, and form the partnerships that will drive the automotive industry into the future.