MONDAY

NOV 14

  • 5:00 pm – 7:00 pmAutoMobility LA Networking ReceptionTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Explore the exhibits in the Technology Pavilion and network with other AutoMobility LA attendees before the Kickoff Party later in the evening. Location: Technology Pavilion At The Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 6:00 pm – 6:20 pmWinners of Mojio's 2nd Annual Connected Car Hackathon AnnouncedTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Mojio Hackathon teams have been working hard all weekend to develop new app solutions for connected vehicles. Find out who won and will take home the grand prize here. Location: Technology Pavilion At The Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 7:00 pm – 9:30 pmAutoMobility LA Kickoff PartyTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Enjoy live music, hosted food and drinks, and live performers at this year's AutoMobility LA Kickoff Party. Location: Technology Pavilion At The Los Angeles Convention Center

TUESDAY

NOV 15

  • 7:00 amTechnology Pavilion Exhibits OpenTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Please note, exhibits inside LA Convention Center will not be open at this time. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 7:00 am – 8:00 amMotor Press Guild BreakfastTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Start the day at AutoMobility LA by connecting with other attendees over breakfast, presented by the Motor Press Guild. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 7:45 am - 7:55 amMPG Lifetime Achievement Award & NACTOY FinalistsTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Motor Press Guild will announce its Lifetime Achievement Award winner as well as other award finalists. North American Car of the Year jury will announce its finalists for car, truck and utility vehicle of the year. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 7:55 am - 8:10 amWelcome to AutoMobility LA by Emcee Brian CooleyTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Brian Cooley - Editor at Large, CNET
  • 8:10 am – 8:35 amMorning Keynote: Mark FieldsTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Mobility has always been about making the world a better place – connecting us with each other and giving us the freedom to see the world and build our dreams. But as our city populations grow and traffic congestion worsens, ensuring mobility for everyone requires disruptive action. Transportation options will be more diverse than ever before, from autonomous vehicles to bike sharing, on-demand shuttles and more. In this session, Ford President and CEO Mark Fields will share more about how the mobility landscape is evolving, Ford’s expansion to be both an auto and a mobility company, and its commitment to helping make people’s lives better by changing the way the world moves. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Mark Fields - CEO, Ford
  • 8:40 am – 8:55 amPutting the Owner Back in the Driver’s SeatTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    The shift to mobile is radically changing the way people and businesses connect — especially the way consumers discover information and make decisions. As a result, the auto industry is experiencing a return to the personalized marketing model in order to best reach consumers where they are spending their time. Join Facebook’s automotive lead, Stephanie Latham, to discuss the importance of putting the car owner at the center of your automotive marketing strategy, and to explore the new kinds of tools and groundbreaking innovations that are completely transforming the way we communicate. In addition to the shift to mobile, Stephanie will address what’s next for the auto industry – from video to the future world of VR. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Stephanie Latham - Director US Automotive, Facebook
  • 9:00 am – 9:30 amCan a Seamless Experience Be Achieved in the Fully Autonomous Future?Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Every automaker is racing toward the development of increasingly automated driving features in their cars. In highly automated driving, many pieces of software and hardware need to work together seamlessly, efficiently and safely. The complexity is tremendous as creating, coordinating and combining these individual parts to cover all needs — from functionality and efficiency to safety and security — presents challenges. Hear from experts in automotive software and hardware as they explore how to achieve a seamless experience in the fully connected, autonomous future. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Arwed Niestroj - CEO, Mercedes-Benz NA R&D Thilo Koslowski - CEO, Porsche Digital Moderator: Manuela Papadopol - Director Business Development and Communication, Elektrobit
  • 9:35 am – 9:50 amFrom Racing to the Real WorldTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Formula One racing is as much about new technology as it is about focused driving — its where fierce competition breeds innovation. But what can improvements in the high-stakes, high-drama racing industry bring us in our day-to-day lives? Join us as McLaren Applied Technologies shows how performance-driven designs can make an impact everywhere we rely on technology. We'll learn how motorsport innovations are transforming driverless and electric vehicles, how designs honed on the racetrack are improving software in the car, and how racing-derived technologies are bringing significant improvements into such diverse fields as healthcare, transportation, and energy. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Tim Strafford - Automotive Director, McLaren Applied Technologies
  • 9:00 am - 3:00 pmAutoMobility LA Ride & DriveLos Angeles Convention Center

    Ride & drive in some of the world's most advanced vehicles. Signups may be required in advance, please consult signage at AutoMobility LA. Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 9:50 am – 10:25 amCoffee Break presented by Cisco JasperTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Presented by Cisco Jasper. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 9:50 am – 10:05 amPress Conference: BMW ReachNowTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 10:10 am – 10:25 amPress Conference: HyundaiTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 10:35 am – 10:55 amKeynote: Data is the New OilTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Studies show that by 2020, 10 million automated vehicles will be on the road and EACH vehicle will generate approximately 4000 GB of data EVERY DAY! Compare that to 1.5 GB per day, which is the amount of data that studies predict ONE person will generate in 2020 with their personal device. That is like having nearly 3000 people for every one car, which equates to a FLOOD of data! How will the automotive ecosystem use that data to differentiate the driving experience and add value to the ecosystem? Join Intel CEO, Brian Krzanich as he explores how leveraging data within a holistic end-to-end solution will drive innovation in automated driving. As the world becomes increasingly smart and connected, the opportunity magnifies for fully autonomous vehicles to learn and adapt to their environment. Krzanich will discuss how the industry is undergoing an unprecedented digital transformation and how this flood of data will deliver valuable insights and translate them to seamless and safe driver experiences for fully and highly autonomous driving. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Brian Krzanich - CEO, Intel
  • 11:00 am – 11:30 amThe Sharing StrategyTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Car and ride sharing is a beachhead for the sharing economy and is here to stay. So what's new when it comes to sharing and cars? We hear from three experts who bring us three very different perspectives on what sharing will and can mean for the transformation of transportation. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Eric Spiegelman - President, LA Taxicab Commission David Stewart - CBO, Turo Steve Banfield - CEO, BMW ReachNow Moderator: Derek Kan - General Manager, Lyft
  • 11:35 am – 12:45 pmLos Angeles Gourmet Food TrucksTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Enjoy lunch from a selection of Los Angeles' finest food trucks. Open to all registered AutoMobility LA guests. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 11:35 am - 12:45 pmHow Messaging Chatbots and AI Will Transform Automotive Retail hosted by Edmunds and FacebookLos Angeles Convention Center

    Chatbots, A/I and messaging are poised to transform the world of retail, causing companies across all verticals to rethink how they communicate with their customers. As development of these technologies accelerates and and consumer adoption grows, what will this mean for the world of automotive, and how can OEMs and dealers keep pace? During this interactive luncheon, Edmunds will debut several products currently in development that leverage chat, messaging and A/I to make car shopping easier for consumers and retailing more efficient for dealers. Following these brief technical demonstrations, the Edmunds team will be joined onstage by an automotive expert from Facebook and the lead anchor from CBT News for an audience-driven discussion about what the future vision of automotive retail could look like. Location: Los Angeles Convention Center b>Speakers: Nick Gorton - Vice President, Product Innovation, Edmunds Katti Fields - Vice President, Product Development, Edmunds Greg Shaffer - Director, Product Management, Edmunds Trace Przybylowicz - Autos Lead, Facebook Moderator: Joe Gumm - Lead Anchor, CBT News
  • 12:50 pm – 1:05 pmPress Conference: Divergent 3DLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: South Hall Atrium - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 1:15 pm – 1:45 pmBuilding with BRICsTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    The recovery of the auto industry has brought annual sales back to pre-recession levels in places like Europe and North America just as Western consumers' love affair with individual car ownership is beginning to wane. In order to find strong pockets of growth, the eyes of the auto industry are turning to look at emerging markets where consumers are just discovering the excitement of vehicle ownership for the first time. Tackling these market-growth opportunities however requires unique skills and a keen understanding of local language, culture, finance, technology, and regulatory issues. This panel looks at the significant rewards and reviews the unique challenges of overcoming regional market barriers in China, Russia, India, and Brazil. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Bhaskar Dani - Global Head Connected Car Practice, KPIT James Dawson - Global Head of Strategy, Connected Car, Cisco Jasper Alina Plaia - VP Global Communications, Luxoft Andreas Hecht - EVP and GM, Automotive, Inrix Moderator: Marques McCammon - General Manager, WindRiver
  • 1:50 pm – 2:05 pmPump Up the Brand: Using VR to Create Immersive Customer ExperiencesTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    In the early days VR seemed exclusively like a thrill-centered medium for videogames but now it's becoming an effective tool in healthcare, courtrooms, military training, education, and even automotive. Ford for one is using VR in its Dearborn Immersion Lab to inspect cars and sit inside them before they are manufactured. In this session we'll look at other innovative ways automakers can use VR including immersive brand experiences for prospective customers. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Morris May - Founder/CEO, Specular Theory
  • 2:10 pm – 2:25 pmThe Nuts and Bolts of Flying CarsTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    In 1940 Henry Ford predicted that a combination motorcar and airplane is coming, adding, "You may smile, but it will come". Fast forward to 2016 and Ford's predictions are very close to becoming reality. Join Neal Ungerleider, science and technology reporter for Fast Company, as he chats with Dezsö Molnár, inventor, rocket scientist, rock star, and all-round modern-day daVinci" (according to Bloomberg Media), who is working on a number of flying vehicles along with a flying-car racing league. Together Neal and Dezsö will review the existing state of flying cars, discuss the growing value and potential for flight-enabled vehicles, and demystify the entire concept down to its real nuts and bolts. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Dezsö Molnár - Inventor Interviewer: Neal Ungerleider - Reporter, Fast Company
  • 2:25 pm – 2:55 pmCoffee Break presented by Cisco JasperTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Presented by Cisco Jasper. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 2:30 pm – 2:45 pmPress Conference: RideCellTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm2050: City of the Autonomous CarTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Wednesday will reveal the results of our LA 2050 Design Challenge, a contest where automakers and design studios envision what vehicles will look like in 2050. But even as we look at the car of the future, one question remains: What will cities that support these vehicles look like? Changes in attitudes, technologies, social frameworks, materials and mobility will all impact how we design and build our cities over the next 30 years. Join our urban design experts as they discuss what transformative urban trends will be reshaping our cities and repainting our landscape. Prepare yourself for Wednesday's visionary contest entries by understanding the city of 2050. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Jeffrey Tumlin - Director of Strategy, Nelson/Nygaard Mark Bünger - VP of Research, Lux Research Moderator: Gerry Tierney - Associate Principal, Perkins+Will
  • 3:35 pm – 4:15 pmElectric Avenue: Realizing the EV DreamTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    To many in the automotive industry, the big question is not whether EVs will catch on but when will they reach mass adoption. Making the collective shift from petroleum fuels to electric power requires putting in place a vast ecosystem of tax incentives, government standards, and consumer education — not to mention overcoming challenges like recharging times and grid connectivity. Join our panelists as we discuss the EV ecosystem from vehicle to infrastructure — what it will look like, where we need to focus our efforts, and how we can best provide integrative, innovative, and seamless solutions. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Pasquale Romano - President and CEO, ChargePoint Ben Stapleton - VP Facilities and Operations, LA Clean Tech Incubator Andrew Liu - VP New Ventures, AECOM Peter Rawlinson - CTO, Lucid Motors Moderator: Alejandro Zamorano - Transportation and Clean Energy Specialist, Bloomberg New Energy Finance
  • 4:20 pm – 4:50 pmCarmakers Confront the Change ChallengeTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    How are automakers responding to disruption? In some cases, by joining the party. In this session, we join the auto industry's hardest working analyst Roger Lanctot of Strategy Analytics in a fireside chat with Rachel Bhattacharya of Maven/GM and Matt Jones of Moovel/Daimler. Together, they discuss and debate the benefits, hardships, and changes needed to integrate the elusive startup culture into an established OEM. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Rachel Bhattacharya - Director, Commercial, Maven/GM Matt Jones - Chief Product Officer, Moovel/Daimler Moderator: Roger Lanctot - Strategy Analytics
  • 5:00 pm – 5:10 pmClosing Remarks by AutoMobility LA Emcee Brian CooleyTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Brian Cooley - Editor at Large, CNET
  • 6:00 pmTechnology Pavilion Exhibits CloseTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    All exhibits closed. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

WEDNESDAY

NOV 16

  • 7:00 amExhibits OpenTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Please note, exhibits inside LA Convention Center will open at 8:30 am. Location: Technology Pavilion At The Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 7:00 am – 8:00 amChrysler BreakfastTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Start the day at AutoMobility LA by connecting with other attendees over breakfast. Presented by Chrysler. Location: Technology Pavilion At The Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 8:00 am – 8:10 amEmcee Tim Stevens WelcomeTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Location: Technology Pavilion At The Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Tim Stevens - Editor-in-Chief, Roadshow, CNET
  • 8:15 am – 8:40 amMorning Keynote: Padma WarriorTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    The 125-year-old transportation industry is at an inflection point. The focus of mobility is changing from driving, to the experiences that shape the journey. In many urban areas like Los Angeles; excessive commute times and traffic congestion lead to a drop in productivity not to mention injury and loss of human lives. Autonomy, electrification and on-demand services are changing user expectations and the industry at large. In this session, the CEO of NextEV USA, Padmasree Warrior will share her vision on the future of mobility and much more. Location: Technology Pavilion At The Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Padma Warrior - CEO, NextEV
  • 8:30 amExhibits OpenLos Angeles Convention Center

    All exhibits will open at this time. Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 8:45 am - 9:00 amDesigning for the OutliersTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    In our lifetimes, autonomous technology will give us vehicles that will deliver consistently reliable and safe driving experiences. But where does that leave those for whom the siren song of emotion calls? For these people — the adrenaline junky, the ""hipster"" tinkerer, and the artist — the thrilling or visceral drives their automotive desires. In a future automotive landscape where reason reigns supreme, discover how disruptive brand thinking can enable outlier brands to design experiences motivated by feeling, rather than just logic. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Sébastien Stassin - Chief Creative Officer, KISKA GmbH
  • 9:00 am – 3:30 pmAutoMobility LA Ride & DrivesLos Angeles Convention Center

    Ride & drive in some of the world's most advanced vehicles. Signups may be required in advance, please consult signage at AutoMobility LA. Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 9:15 am – 9:40 amPress Conference: Alfa RomeoLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: North Plaza - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 9:30 am – 11:00 amAutoMobility LA Morning Tour guided by SBDLos Angeles Convention Center

    In this morning session, tour the entire AutoMobility LA show & see all of the exhibits in the Technology Pavilion and Los Angeles Convention Center. Tours led by automotive experts and presented by SBD. Online signup is required in advance, and only available for AutoMobility LA All-Access badge holders. Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 9:45 am – 10:10 amPress Conference: NissanLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: West Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 10:15 am – 10:40 amPress Conference: PorscheLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: Petree Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 10:50 am – 11:15 amPress Conference: Mercedes-Benz/smartLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: South Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 11:20 am – 11:45 amPress Conference: Jaguar Land RoverLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: South Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 11:50 am – 12:15 pmPress Conference: MINILos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: South Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 12:20 pm – 12:50 pmCybersecurity Next Steps: Securing the FutureTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    With the steady rise in vehicle interfaces to smartphones, infrastructure, infotainment units, and ADAS technologies, vehicles are becoming exposed to external software like never before and, as a result, are becoming an attractive target to a myriad of hackers, defrauders, terrorists, and other cyber criminals. In this talk, we'll look at the cybersecurity challenges faced by the automotive industry and compare them to those faced by other industries (such as retail, finance, and health-care) to learn what we can expect over the next few years. We'll also look at the various studies coming out of the State of Michigan on connected vehicles and cyber components testing, as well as the new layer of cyber protection introduced in 2015, the Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC), designed to facilitate the exchange of important threat information and countermeasures in real time. Location: Technology Pavilion At The Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Karl Heimer - Sr. Cybersecurity Consultant to the State of Michigan Daniel Thunberg - Global Head of IoT, Irdeto Faye Francy - Executive Director, Aviation ISAC Moderator: Jon Allen - Director, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • 12:20 pm – 12:45 pmPress Conference: AcuraLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: South Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 12:30 pm - 2:00 pmAutoMobility LA Midday Tour guided by SBDLos Angeles Convention Center

    In this midday session, tour the entire AutoMobility LA show & see all of the exhibits in the Technology Pavilion and Los Angeles Convention Center. Tours led by automotive experts and presented by SBD. Online signup is required in advance, and only available for AutoMobility LA All-Access badge holders. Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 12:50 pm – 1:15 pmPress Conference: MazdaLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: South Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 1:20 pm – 1:45 pmPress Conference: HyundaiLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: South Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 2:00 pm - 2:35 pmCrowd Powered Mobility: How Advanced Manufacturing & Open Innovation are Bringing About a Vehicle RevolutionTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Since the days of Henry Ford, vehicle manufacturing has remained largely unchanged. Despite rapid advances in manufacturing technology, the world continues to design and build vehicles the same way it did more than 100 years ago. Local Motors seeks to make the assembly line obsolete with the use of innovative technologies such as direct digital manufacturing. By empowering a global online community of makers through open innovation vehicle design, Local Motors is at the forefront of the maker movement for mobility. Jay will arrive to deliver his visionary talk in Olli, a self-driving EV vehicle equipped with IBM Watson cognitive technology. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Jay Rogers - CEO, Local Motors
  • 2:00 pm - 4:00 pmKia Media Reception (Featuring debut)Los Angeles Convention Center

    This reception will also include the debut of a new vehicle. Location West Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 2:40 pm - 3:10 pmArtificial Intelligence: The Future of TransportationTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    As carmakers, their suppliers, and innovative startups race to put driverless cars on the road, artificial intelligence is taking center stage. Join us for a discussion of how AI is transforming how we drive cars, and how cars will soon drive us. Deep learning -- a form of AI -- is now able to deliver superhuman levels of perception and understanding. From natural language processing, to 360 degree situational awareness, you'll hear from industry experts who are making technological breakthroughs with AI. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Sky Matthews - CTO, IBM Watson CJ Frost - Principal Solutions Architect, Amazon Alexa Nikhil George - Sr. Manager Perception and Machine Learning, Audi ERL Moderator: Danny Shapiro - NVIDIA
  • 2:30 pm - 4:00 pmAutoMobility LA Afternoon Tour guided by SBDLos Angeles Convention Center

    In this afternoon session, tour the entire AutoMobility LA show & see all of the exhibits in the Technology Pavilion and Los Angeles Convention Center. Tours led by automotive experts and presented by SBD. Online signup is required in advance, and only available for AutoMobility LA All-Access badge holders. Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 3:15 pm - 3:55 pmNew Frontiers of NavigationTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    It wasn't all that long ago when in-car navigation meant a bunch of fold-out maps stuffed into a glove box. In just over 20 years, navigation has pratically become ubiquitous — smartphone navigation apps are more popular than Twitter. So now what? Hear from true pioneers in navigation at the edges of the discipline to include a new global address system, door-to-door mobility, autonomous HD mapping, and more. Location: Technology Pavilion At The Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Johann Hiebl - Executive Vice President, Infotainment & Connectivity, Continental Kip Dodlinger - Product & UX Manager, Garmin Automotive Jan-Maarten de Vries - VP Product Management and Marketing Automotive, TomTom Giles Rhys Johns - CMO, what3words Moderator: Ann Muenster-Nuiry - Vice President, Parking & Mobility Services, Xerox
  • 4:00 pm - 4:15 pmMeet Hyperloop OneTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    By using capsules and tubes to move cargo and passengers at faster-than-airline speeds over long distances using electric propulsion in a low pressure environment, Hyperloop One is reinventing transportation. It not only eliminates direct emissions, noise, delay, and weather concerns, but also pilot error. The first live trial of Hyperloop technology happened earlier this year and the company's long-term goal is to deliver a fully operational Hyperloop system by 2020. Join us for an exciting discussion of LA's next mode of transportation with CEO, Rob Lloyd. Location: Technology Pavilion At The Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Rob Lloyd - CEO, Hyperloop One
  • 4:20 pm - 4:50 pmVC Mentoring: Top startups Take Center StageTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Analysis of new data on startups suggests that founders often overlook recruiting great mentors. According to TechCrunch, this simple strategy can increase a company’s odds of success almost more than anything else. Join us for an interactive session with venture capitalist and mentor Bill Tai who will be joined on stage by representatives from the AMLA Top Ten Startup competition. As a successful investor and advisor, Bill will review startup success factors such as funding, timing, crisis management, marketing, growth, and will answer questions from the winning startups. Not to be missed if you are in startup mode, this session will be equally valuable to OEMs and tier ones who are wondering what makes for a good startup acquisition or investment. Location: Technology Pavilion At The Los Angeles Convention Center Speakers: Bill Tai - Venture Capitalist AutoMobility LA Top Ten Automotive Startups
  • 4:30 pmExhibits CloseLos Angeles Convention Center

    Technology Pavilion exhibits will not be open on Thursday, November 17. Exhibits in the Los Angeles Convention Center will reopen at 8:30 am on Thursday, November 17. Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 4:55 pm – 5:50 pmAutoMobility LA Design and Developer Challenge Results: Our Top 5 Teams Envision Mobility in 2050Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Each team gets chance to present their vision created for the D&D challenge - with intro to session and summary afterwards Location: Technology Pavilion At The Los Angeles Convention Center Participating Teams: CH Auto + Creative Mobile Crayola + Qoros Auto Fandango + Jaunt VR Honda+LEGO+Trigger Kiska + KTM
  • 6:00 pmExhibits CloseTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Technology Pavilion exhibits will not be open on Thursday, November 17. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 7:00 pm Middlecott Sketchbattle ExperimentPetersen Automotive Museum

    Known informally as the 'Fight Club' for automotive design, the Middlecott Sketchbattle Experiment gathers the best & brightest young, hungry auto designers for an action-packed evening of design, music, food and drinks. Benefiting the Petersen Automotive Museum, the party is open to all who make a donation ($20 general admission / $5 students). And while tickets may be available at the door, we highly recommend AutoMobility LA attendees to get their tickets early (the event is expected to sell out). Please note that this event is not child-friendly; anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times. Get your tickets early HERE. Location: Petersen Automotive Museum More Information: Middlecott Sketchbattle Experiment

THURSDAY

NOV 17

  • 7:30 am - 8:10 amPlastics Make It Possible Breakfast/WelcomeTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Network with other AutoMobility LA attendees and enjoy breakfast, presented by Plastics Make It Possible. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 8:10 am – 8:25 amWashington Auto Show Connected Green Car/Luxury Green Car/Green SUV of the Year Finalists AnnouncedTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Rob Cogan and Green Car Journal announce finalists for this year's Connected Green Car, Luxury Green Car and Green SUV of the Year Award. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 8:25 am - 8:40 amGreen Car of the YearTechnology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center

    Rob Cogan and Green Car Journal announce the winner of this year's Green Car of the Year Award. Location: Technology Pavilion at the Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 8:30 amExhibits OpenLos Angeles Convention Center

    All exhibits in the Los Angeles Convention Center open. Technology Pavilion exhibits will not be open at this time. Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 9:00 am – 3:30 pmAutoMobility LA Ride & DrivesLos Angeles Convention Center

    Ride & drive in some of the world's most advanced vehicles. Signups may be required in advance, please consult signage at AutoMobility LA. Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 9:00 am – 9:25 amPress Conference: VolkswagenLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: South Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 9:30 am – 9:55 amPress Conference: VolvoLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: South Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 10:00 am – 10:25 amPress Conference: SubaruLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: South Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 10:40 am – 11:05 amPress Conference: JeepLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: North Plaza - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 11:15 am – 11:40 amPress Conference: Elio MotorsLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: West Hall Atrium - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 12:00 pm – 12:30 pmMitsubishi LuncheonLos Angeles Convention Center

    Featuring a vehicle debut. Location: West Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 12:45 pm – 1:10 pmPress Conference: ToyotaLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: South Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 1:20 pm – 1:45 pmPress Conference: SpykerLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: Concourse Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 1:55 pm – 2:10 pmPress Conference: Honda & NHL AnnouncementLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: West Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 2:20 pm – 2:45 pmYamaha Media ReceptionLos Angeles Convention Center

    Location: The Garage - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 2:30 pm – 4:30 pmGenesis Closing ReceptionLos Angeles Convention Center

    Featuring a vehicle debut. Location: South Hall - Los Angeles Convention Center
  • 5:00 pmLACC Exhibits CloseLos Angeles Convention Center

    All exhibits will close at this time. Location: Los Angeles Convention Center

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