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Ford’s Don Butler To Be Keynote Speaker At Detroit Automotive Tech Conference

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Ford Motor Company’s Don Butler, Executive Director of Connected Vehicle and Services, will serve as a keynote speaker at the TU-Automotive Detroit conference on June 8th.

TU-Automotive (Telematics Update-Automotive) hosts conferences and provides intelligence for the automotive technology industry and those who cover it, with an interest in telematics, mobility, self-driving technology, laws, and insurance. This year marks the 16th for the TU-Automotive Detroit event.

Don Butler will participate in a “fireside chat” on the morning of the 8th, speaking to Strategy Analytics’ Associate Director of Global Automotive Practice, Roger Lanctot, about Ford’s Smart Mobility vision and the future of automotive connectivity, as well as how all that fits in with Ford Motor Company’s traditional core business.

“We are very excited to welcome Don Butler back to the TU-Automotive Detroit stage, and are looking forward to hearing his comments on what connectivity means for businesses and consumers,” said conference director Jack Palmer. “As a leading global automaker, I am sure the audience will be listening keenly to what is next for Ford.”

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

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