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The advent of connected and autonomous driving technology is being hailed by many as the fourth industrial revolution. There is little doubt that this technology will have a far reaching social and economic effect.  There has been much discussion around how the technology has the potential to change not just the way we do business but the way we live our lives.  If change on such a broad scale is just around the corner, what are the key considerations and the potential implications? 

The 18 July 2017 saw Herbert Smith Freehills host a series of panel sessions with guest speakers from all corners of the industry sharing their views on how the technology will operate, who will lead the way and when. Click here to view the agenda and below to view a short video about the event.

Herbert Smith Freehills, Connected and Autonomous Vehicles conference
18 July 2017

Should you wish to obtain more information, please get in touch with your local Herbert Smith Freehills contact. 

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