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Alexander Gurko, President of Glonass Union, and Alexander Morozov, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade, will speak at Connected Car Summit conference that is to be held at Sokolniki ECC on December 20. Their presentations are dedicated to the development of unmanned technologies in the car industry and innovative business models in this sector.
Alexander Morozov, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade, will tell about the development of transport industry and its main tasks.
According to him, the government is interested in implementing innovations, including those related with autonomous cars. He believes that this is not just an industry, generating profit; it is a changeover to the more convenient just world where cause of accident will be determined automatically and tickets will be written only based on real traffic violations.
Alexander Gurko, President of Glonass Union, will focus on building the Russian consumer service market based on Connectivity, innovative business models.
The speaker will tell what changes the Russian market faces due to the increasing amount of unmanned cars. In particular, it is referred to the development of smart roads, fuel stations and car applications.
Union’s central focus for the nearest years is the development of navigation technologies, primarily in the unmanned transport sector, traffic management systems and unmanned navigation system control, Alexander Gurko is confirmed.
You can hear presentations and ask questions to speakers regarding coming changes and the car industry at Connected Car Summit conference on December 20.
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