Opportunities in the Automotive Industry for Software and Internet Providers Video


In this video, SI Detroit, which brings together software and Internet entrepreneurs, presents "Opportunities in the Automotive Industry for Software and Internet Providers." Please start the video at the 3:53 mark. Held on Sept. 25 at Wayne State University's School of Engineering, from left to right, the panel includes: Kyle Walworth, Visteon senior manager of global/audio architectures; Chris Stallman, Fontinalis Partners Associate; John Hater, GM Ventures Investment Manager; Ralph Mueller, Eclipse Foundation Director; and Massimo Baldini, Livio President. The moderator is Linzie Venegas, Ideal Group Sales and Marketing Manager. The video was produced and edited by Livio's Geoff Locke.

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