Connect2Car at CES
Las Vegas Convention Center | 3150 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | January 8-9, 2024
With a current of innovation pulsing throughout the world’s largest gathering of consumer technology, CES 2024 provides an ideal setting for exploring what’s next in connected mobility. Join the Mobile Electronics Association & our partners for Connect2Car@CES as we return in 2024 with six cutting-edge sessions.
Start off your CES 2024 agenda at Connect2Car on Monday, January 8th and Tuesday, January 9th. Presented in partnership with SAE International, COVESA, & MEMA, the program will encompass topics that touch key areas of connected-vehicle technology, including:
- Electric Vehicle Intel Report
- Reinventing the Sales Channel Landscape
Will the dealership model continue to be relevant and transition using new technologies to enable the next generation of vehicle purchasing and ownership?
- What Happens to Old After the New?
- Shaping the Future of Electrification
- Transforming the Driving Experience
- A Glimpse into the New Generation
Not since the transition from horse and carriage has our society experienced such a drastic and exciting future for connected mobility.
What will become of hybrid and electric vehicles batteries at end-of-life? Will batteries become an issue for future generations?
How are production costs, battery life, software development, and legislative changes converging to innovate the future?
Digital vehicle architectures and OTA updates expedite new features for improved advanced performance, safety, and convenience features.
Electrification is the accelerant for connected electric vehicles and will bring an end to fossil fuel.
Connect2Car@CES — now the longest running session at CES—provides market insights for leaders at all levels in the automotive electronics market space. As an attendee, you will hear new ideas, exchange perspectives, and interact with senior engineers, program managers, and technologists from startups, established technology players, aftermarket suppliers, and pure technology enthusiasts who all now regularly convene at CES.