Top 3 Reasons to Attend the FAV Virtual Speaker Series

Everything about 2020 seems to be breaking the mold on normal, bringing us into unchartered waters as we navigate how to get together to collaborate and learn in ways that are safe for everyone. That is why we decided to bring our global audience an online experience instead. This year, we will host the FAV Summit Speaker Series, a 5-part series that will take place between December 2020 and April 2021.

This year is the first time this event is virtual, which gives us a chance to reach even more people while still having an interactive and inspiring dialogue. For the past three years, we have sold-out with many people who wished to attend not being able to.

Our attendees and speakers join us from all over the world, and we often have to cap the registrations due to a sell-out audience. If you haven’t been able to join us in the past, this is the year to attend. Top 3 Reasons why you should register now for the online FAV Speaker Series NOW!

1. There is no longer a 30-year plan – Technology and innovation are happening now.

The FAV Summit assembles nationally-recognized experts and industry leaders to discuss the state of autonomous and connected vehicle technologies, implementation opportunities to integrate these within existing transportation networks successfully. You join high-tech companies, finance experts, and land-use planners to discuss what is happening now that can impact the future of driving. Just like our state, there is a global need to use technology and innovation to solve mobility problems. World-class cities have world-class mobility options.

2. The future of driving is Autonomous, Connected, Electric, and Shared

Autonomous, Connected, Electric, and Shared (ACES) will affect every aspect by city governments and county metropolitan planning organizations as they set local transportation policy in the near future. Geek-out-worthy autonomous vehicles are no longer a novelty but a way to safely improve transit and increase a city’s mobility. Everything from road repairs and repaving to lane restructuring and transit projects will be affected by a city’s plan to incorporate ACES into their network of transportation options.

3. Welcoming innovation in the transportation space isn’t just good for individual commuters; it’s also useful for public transportation.

Cities worldwide are trying to improve the public transportation network to do a better job of catering to the individual passenger. Mobility choices that benefit those who are considered transportation disadvantaged and the less traditional user offer incredible benefits to city planners. The FAV Speaker Series is a place for industry leaders and experts to come together along with the accompanying technologies to work towards implementing autonomous vehicles, connected transportation systems, electric, and shared driving options. 

Join us online; register now for the FAV Speaker Series. We begin with Adam Jonas, Managing Director, Research, Morgan StanleyCars & Climate: How Big Tech, Fleets, and Cities Drive the EV Revolution”.