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Connected Car Conference Is Part of CE Week

GM, Delphi, TuneIn are some of the sponsors of the half-day program

From in-dash apps and telematics to vehicle-to-vehicle communication and autonomous cars, automakers and their technology partners are reinventing the car in ways that no one could have imagined even a decade ago. But this rapid, technology-driven change in the auto industry is also proving disruptive.

The Connected Car Conference (C3) at the Consumer Electronic Association’s CE Week brings together influencers in the connected car world from the technology and automotive industries to meet, discuss and move towards resolving these issues. The Connected Car Conference will take place Tuesday, June 25, from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m., at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City.

Sponsored by AT&T, GM, Voxx, QNX, Telenav, Delphi, Nuance, and TuneIn, the Connected Car Conference will feature address issues such as: the future of radio in the car, keeping pace with consumer electronics, dealing with driver distraction and how data is becoming the driving force behind in-vehicle content.