As automotive connectivity extends to other vehicles, local driving conditions, and even smart city data, what value can a supplemental multicast ATSC 3.0 network add to 4 and 5G? A high level panel of automotive and transportation specialists evaluate automotive connectivity today and into the future.
John Wall, Senior Vice President and Co-Head BlackBerry Technology Solutions - Products, Engineering and Operations
John is responsible for the planning, design, and development of QNX Software Systems (embedded software) and Certicom (cryptography applications).
Tracy Larkin-Thomason, Senior Vice-President for Program Development at ITS-America.
Tracy is a strong collaborator, reaching across jurisdictional boundaries to form and maintain strong partnerships with transportation partners both public and private.
Bill Frykman, previously, Director of The Ford Motor Company’s City Solutions organization.
Bill spent over 25 years with the Ford Motor Company and is an experienced veteran at the intersection of connectivity, electrification, and mobility.
Josh Weiss, CEO, ARK Multicasting
Josh is the Co-Founder and CEO of ARK Multicasting, a US broadcast internet network now serving over one hundred million people. Josh led the transformation of his 30-year-old family business to the forefront of 5G and edge computing.
Daniel Hall, VP Automotive & Mobility, Escalent
Daniel works with Automotive OEMs with their research needs.