Gov. Snyder going to CES in Las Vegas to promote Michigan’s car, tech, movement strength
LANSING, Mich. (WLUC) Gov. Rick Snyder is elevating Michigan as the world leader in mobility and the location for innovation and mobility-focused investments and collaborations as he goes to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas today.
Snyder will consult with senior innovation executives and key market influencers, in addition to take part in panel sessions regarding public law in a self-driving world, the future of transport and its impact on the customer, and how states can be innovation leaders. He departs today and will return Thursday, Jan. 11.
“Michigan is a model state for future investment and tactical partnerships, and our collective efforts and groundbreaking legislation are driving the advancement of autonomous and linked lorry technology that will form the next transport frontier,” Snyder stated. “I eagerly anticipate promoting Michigan’s growing technology and movement ecosystem and revealing the world that we are the place where company, research and entrepreneurship can prosper.”
In simply under 2 Days, Snyder will fulfill with worldwide consumer innovation business, car manufacturers, startups, government leaders and equity capital financiers. Subjects will include Michigan’s progressive self-governing vehicle legislation, brand-new opportunities to release brand-new technology on Michigan roads, the state’s rich base of engineering talent and its movement focused programs, consisting of PlanetM, the American Center of Mobility, and Mcity.
CES is an annual trade show organized by the Customer Technology Association. It draws more than 4,000 displaying companies, including producers, designers and suppliers of customer innovation hardware, material, and innovation shipment systems. The conference program has more than 300 sessions and more than 170,000 participants from 150 countries.