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Autonomous Vehicles - The Road Ahead

  • 08 November 2017
  • 5.00pm until 6.30pm (Registration from 4.30pm, followed by drinks and canapés until 7.30pm)
  • 5 Chancery Lane, London, EC4A 1BL
  • Entry: Free

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Join us for our inaugural seminar on Autonomous Vehicles where we bring together a panel of industry experts to discuss some of the key opportunities and challenges associated with connected and driverless vehicles.

Our panel speakers include:

  • Professor Nick Reed, Head of Mobility R&D, Bosch
  • Trevor Dorling, Managing Director, Digital Greenwich
  • David J Williams, Technical Director, AXA Insurance
  • Giles Crown, Divisional Managing Partner, Lewis Silkin
  • James Gill, Partner & Head of Commercial & Technology, Lewis Silkin

Our panel topics will include:

  • Current market position
  • Shared mobility
  • UK government programmes
  • Role of AVs in Smart Cities, including Digital Greenwich
  • UK’s regulatory landscape
  • Implications for safety and insurance
  • IP and product liability
  • Data sharing and cybersecurity

The seminar will be of particular interest to those involved in:

  • Vehicle manufacture
  • Component supply chain
  • R&D
  • Data and communication
  • Apps and technology solution providers
  • Smart cities
  • Advertising and marketing
  • Insurance
  • Corporate investors

The event will start promptly at 5.00pm so please ensure that you arrive at 4.30pm for registration. There will be drinks and canapés following the session. If you have any queries please contact our events team.

Event speakers

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Giles Crown

Divisional Managing Partner

I am the Managing Partner of the ‘Creators, Makers and Innovators’ division at Lewis Silkin, specialising in intellectual property, ...

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James Gill

Partner

I lead Lewis Silkin’s Commercial and Technology Group.

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