AUTOMOBILITY LA – AUTO-TECH CONFERENCE (California, USA)
November 27 - November 30
About AutoMobility LA:
LA Auto Show’s Press & Trade Days and Connected Car Expo have merged, creating the new auto industry’s first true trade show. The event will be held at LA Conference Center on November 27-30.
AutoMobility LA strives to create a safer, more efficient and environmentally-conscious mobility experience for the global consumer. We aim to achieve these goals by fostering interaction and innovation among businesses, organizations and government offices involved both directly and tangentially in the new mobility industry.
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What is AutoMobility LA?
AutoMobility LA brings together the entire new mobility ecosystem. The four-day press and trade event brings automakers, tech companies, designers, developers, startups, investors, dealers, government officials and analysts together in Los Angeles each year to unveil the future of transportation in front of media from around the world.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone with their sights set on the new mobility movement. Automakers. Futurists. Engineers. Analysts. Media. Developers. Designers. Entrepreneurs. Startups. Transportation planners. Investors. Dealers. Enthusiasts. Dreamers. Doers. Game changers.
Why? You’ll find yourself at the intersection of big ideas and big energy. You’ll benefit in countless ways.
AutoMobility LA has been in the works for the past five years. Recognizing that professionals from the auto and tech sectors began working closer together, we created the Advanced Tech Showcase in 2012, to highlight this burgeoning intersection of the industry. That evolved into the Connected Car Expo (CCE) in 2013, when a world-class conference component was added to address changes in the industry. CCE doubled in size (attendance and exhibitors) year after year; that, with the growing presence of a new breed of attendees at LA Auto Show’s Press & Trade Days resulted in our steady, calculated merger of the two shows into one huge event for the new automotive ecosystem.
Civil Maps is attending:
Paul Drysch (VP, Sales & Business Development)
Biography: Paul Drysch is a vice president of sales and business development at Civil Maps. He has a proven track record for excellence in sales leadership, earned while working at Cisco, Ingram Micro, and Honda, as well as high-growth companies such as RideCell and Jasper. Building upon an existing customer base of OEMs with aggressive level 4 and level 5 driving initiatives based in the North America, Europe, and Asia, Paul is responsible for overseeing existing accounts and expanding new business opportunities. He is entrusted with driving strategic partnerships and customer accounts across a broad range of mobility companies and mapping providers as well as truck, bus, and heavy equipment producers, all of whom are also pursuing fully autonomous vehicle development.
If you would like to connect with Paul at the conference, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are also planning to add more engineering, sales, and marketing talent to our team. If you want to work on the frontlines of building a driverless future, please reach out to email@example.com.