Autonomous vehicles are more than cars that drive themselves. They are creating new markets and ecosystems for manufacturing, commerce and more. The move to the driverless car revolution is inevitable, or is it? Come hear Dave Bernard, CEO of The Intellection Group, Inc. discuss some of the key questions and join in on the discussion. What is an Autonomous Car and when are they coming? Why are they inevitable? Who is making this happen and how will they make it happen? What good and bad will come of it? What are the biggest challenges?
Tuesday, September 13, 2016 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Genuine Parts, 3100 Windy Hill Road SE, Atlanta, GA 30339
Speaker: Dave Bernard, CEO of The Intellection Group, Inc.
Mr. Bernard is the current CEO of The Intellection Group, Inc an innovative technology consulting company that specializes in building complex award-winning SaaS systems for both commercial and government entities in North America, Europe and Africa. He is also the co-founder of BeneVets, a 2015 Virginia Governor’s Technology Award winner. Mr. Bernard is a serial entrepreneur and investor based in the Atlanta, Georgia, metro area who has not only co-founded several companies, but also serves on the boards of several other early stage technology companies. He regularly gives talks on how technology is disrupting various industries and aspects of our personal lives. For over 30 years, Mr. Bernard has held developer, managerial and executive positions in a variety of industries, including supply chain logistics, healthcare, automotive, property and casualty insurance, retail point of sale, construction, hospitality, real estate, church, sales, financial services, government and academia. He also lead his company’s development of a patented technology architecture that unifies web development capabilities with voice recognition, text-to-speech, natural language, RFID and GPS technologies, deliverable to wireless handheld and desktop devices. Mr. Bernard attended Georgia Institute of Technology with coursework in Information and Computer Science.