JAGUAR LAND ROVER IS CREATING TECHNOLOGY WITH HEART

‘Technology with Heart’ is the theme of Jaguar Land Rover’s inaugural Tech Fest, an event that explores the positive role that technology is playing in reshaping the automotive industry and beyond.

The free-to-enter festival takes place at the internationally recognised Central Saint Martins art, design and technology college in London. It is open to the general public from Friday, 8th September until Sunday, 10th September.

The event will be packed full of innovative exhibits and interactive displays that demonstrate how technology is being used to make a positive difference. Attendees can fast forward into the future and take a glimpse into a world where cars drive themselves and vehicles are shared, not owned.

In the spirit of collaborative innovation essential to the success of future business, Jaguar Land Rover has invited an array of speakers to take part in a series of debates and talks throughout the event. Topics will include the future of diesel, electrification, women in industry and robotics, debated by a range of global industry and consumer experts from around the world.

Speaking at the opening of Tech Fest 2017, Jaguar Land Rover Chief Executive Officer Dr Ralf Speth said: “At Jaguar Land Rover we are shaping the mobility revolution. Go above and beyond and explore new adventures in a Land Rover. You can make more of your world. Autonomous. Connected. Electric. Shared. Technology with heart. This is the future.”

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