ZF at the 2023 CES
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ZF Drives Future Mobility
World Premiere of new Autonomous Shuttle – Coming soon to the US
Showcasing innovations to help enhance sustainability and Advanced Driver Assist Systems designed to make mobility safer, German based global technology company ZF will have a strong presence at the 2023 CES in Las Vegas.
ZF will kick of the 2023 CES with a press conference on Wednesday Jan 4, at 10 AM at the Lagoon G Conference room Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
Live stream press conference available here: https://zf.com/CES23
Focused on mobility ZF will celebrate the world premiere of a level 4 autonomous shuttle system that will come to the US soon.
\A major US mobility company confirmed the potential to deliver several thousand vehicles that will move people in a wide range of environments from airports to university campuses to inner city areas.
The world premiere of the latest shuttle will take place
Jan 5th at 11 AM
at the ZF booth West Hall 4224
Steering by wire
Similar breakthrough technologies presented at CES will include by-wire systems, such as steer- and brake-by-wire, which will enable higher level functionalities in the Software Defined Vehicle in the near future.
At a driving simulator at the stand of ZF at the ZF booth visitors can experience the new technology hands on and compete virtually with a high-performance race car driver.
Interview Opportunities - Live or Live on tape
Broadcasters will have ample opportunity and access to ZF executives and engineers to report about new mobility solutions and the technologies behind it. Interviews can be booked as well in person at the CES as well as remotely in high broadcast quality. Please contact: email@example.com for more information.
Dr. Martin Fischer, member of the ZF board of management will be available for interviews about the overall strategy and key business announcement at the CES.
Stephan von Schuckmann, ZF Board of Management, will be available for interviews on ZF’s newest generation of eDrive and can discuss the company’s perspective on the market’s transition to electric propulsion.
Torsten Gollewski, Head of Autonomous Mobility Systems at ZF. He will be available for interviews about the world premiere of the latest shuttle and the technology behind it.