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Saturday, June 29 • 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Driverless Cars: Speeding to the Future

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While flying cars are still just a figment of our collective imagination, self-driving vehicles—such as the Google Car—are on the imminent horizon. Not only does this technology have the potential to prevent millions of injuries and save countless lives, it also has the power to disrupt the flow of trillions of dollars in industry revenue. Nearly everyone will be affected: suppliers, automakers, service-and-repair shops, insurers, energy companies, hospitals, and car rental companies, to name a few. Undoubtedly, there will be huge implications for all transportation and logistics—the backbone of every company's supply and distribution chains.

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Bill Driegert

Chief Innovation Officer, Coyote Logistics
Bill Driegert is the Chief Innovation Officer for Coyote Logistics, one of the fastest growing logistics companies in North America. | | Driegert has a serious crush on big ideas. He has the freedom to continually improve and re-imagine Coyote’s technology platform and set his team of developers loose on insanely challenging problems. | | He has a bachelor’s degree in Business from SMU, a Masters of Engineering in Logistics from... Read More →
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Chunka Mui

Co-Founder & Managing Director, Devil's Advocate Group
Chunka is the managing director at Devil's Advocate Group, a consulting group that helps companies design and stress test their innovation strategies.  | | He is also the coauthor of two books and numerous articles. His most recently published work is a Kindle ebook, "Driverless Cars: Trillions Are Up For Grabs," which is drawn from his upcoming book, "The New Killer Apps:  This Time, Incumbents Can Beat Startups... Read More →

Saturday June 29, 2013 12:30pm - 1:00pm
1 - Summit Stage

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