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Audi leading the in-vehicle eletronics party at International CES 2014

Sections: Infotainment, Navigation, Telematics

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Rupert Stadler

Rupert Stadler

The International CES, as we showed you last year, has become a hotbed for automakers to discuss technology.  And Audi has traditionally joined the party.  In the good previous company of icons such as Bill Gates, Audi Chairman Rupert Stadler will deliver a Keynote Address and host Audi Night at the 2014 International CES.  Stadler is slated to discuss growing trends and future advancements in automotive technologies.

Some of the topics on the plate are piloted driving, future mobility concepts, and, of course, infotainment connectivity.  Piloted driving should be interesting since we have seen the Audi that can nearly drive itself.   Autonomous, baby!

According to Stadler “Audi is leading the charge in developing innovative technologies that provide the most connected driving experience for consumers,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA. “Under Rupert Stadler’s leadership, Audi has become a market leader in providing seamless technology to enhance safety behind the wheel and access to real-time information in the car. We are thrilled to welcome Stadler to the 2014 CES keynote stage.

 

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