• To highlight how the automotive industry is tackling important issues around cybersecurity, spectrum, and privacy as the age of the connected vehicle rapidly approaches.
• To give members of the Subcommittee an opportunity to learn about vehicle-to-vehicle communications technology and what it means for our future economy.
• Connected vehicles are cars that “access, consume, create, enrich, direct, and share digital information between businesses, people, organizations, infrastructures, and things.”
• Connected vehicle technologies have the potential to reduce traffic accidents, lower fuel consumption, and revolutionize commerce.
Witnesses and testimonies
|Mr. Nat Beuse||Associate Administrator, Vehicle Safety Research||U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration||Document|
|Mr. Harry Lightsey||Executive Director, Global Connected Customer Experience – Global Public Policy||General Motors Company||Document|
|Mr. Sandy Lobenstein||Vice President, Connected Services and Product Planning||Toyota Motor North America, Inc.||Document|
|Mr. Diarmuid O’Connell||Vice President of Corporate and Business Development||Tesla Motors, Inc.||Document|
|Mr. Dean C. Garfield||President and CEO||Information Technology Industry Council||Document|
|Ms. Khaliah Barnes||Associate Director, Administrative Law Counsel||Electronic Privacy Information Center||Document|