Israel Failed at Manufacturing Cars, but Will Ensure They Are Self-Driving

Following Intel's $15 billion acquisition of Mobileye, an Israeli company that develops driver-assistance software, Israel has become an epicenter for the future of mobility. Next week, auto-tech experts, funders and government officials will travel to Tel Aviv for EcoMotion, an event hosted by a community of over 600 mobility startups. Although historically Israel has not built a successful automotive industry, the country's growing number of mobility startups are transforming the future of how we'll all get around.



Accelerating the Drive to Save Lives

Approximately 1.25 million people die and 50 million are injured on the worldís roads each year, and the problem is growing. At the same, mobile technology holds the potential to make roads and driving safer through autonomous driving, smart cities and Artificial Intelligence. Working together, government, business and academia are ideally situated to bring a range of perspectives, expertise, and energy for targeted safety initiatives. Join Brian Greaves, Director of Product and Channel Management for Vehicle Solutions, AT&T; John Maddox, President & CEO, American Center for Mobility, and David Braunstein, President, Together for Safer Roads, for a deep dive into how public-private coalitions can make the difference through such advances as C-V2X technology

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