5G is Designed So That Industries Can Use Cellular at Massive Scale, Says Qualcomm CEO
5G is Designed So That Industries Can Use Cellular at Massive Scale, Says Qualcomm CEO

5G is really designed so that other industries such as automotive, self-driving cars, connected healthcare, connected education, connected infrastructure, are really set up to use cellular for the first time at massive scale, says Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf.

We Expect To See the Peak of 5G In 2023, Says Ranplan Wireless CEO
We Expect To See the Peak of 5G In 2023, Says Ranplan Wireless CEO

“With respect to rollouts, what we expect, and there has been a lot of trials going on and a lot of demonstrations going on, but the initial trials were in-building last year,” says Alastair Williamson, CEO of Ranplan Wireless. “We expect these to accelerate in 2019 and we expect to see the peak of 5G coming through in about 2023.”

In a 5G World, You Can Connect Millions of IoT Devices Per Square Mile, Says AT&T CEO
In a 5G World, You Can Connect Millions of IoT Devices Per Square Mile, Says AT&T CEO

You can begin now to conceive of robotic manufacturing that is always on and always connected via 5G networks, says Randall Stephenson, CEO of AT&T Inc. “Just to put this into perspective, the Internet of Things, with today’s networks in a square mile you can connect a thousand, two thousand, or possibly three thousand of those. In a 5G world, you can connect millions of those in a square mile.”

Lilium eVTOL Jets Aim To Be First To Offer Ride-Sharing Autonomous Flights
Lilium eVTOL Jets Aim To Be First To Offer Ride-Sharing Autonomous Flights

Lilium is a company whose vision is to enable a world where anyone can fly, anywhere anytime, according to Lilium’s Head of Program Management, Andrew Welling. “We’re doing that via an all-electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) jets,” he says. “By 2025, we hope that everyone will be able to order one of our Jets at the push of a button.”

Autonomous Driving is Coming No Matter What, Says SoftBank CEO
Autonomous Driving is Coming No Matter What, Says SoftBank CEO

“Autonomous driving is coming no matter what,” says Says SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son. SoftBank is Uber’s largest shareholder. “That’s the destiny of where technology is going to drive us,” he added. “When autonomous driving comes the cost of providing the service will dramatically get more efficient.”

Electric Vehicles Are Going Mainstream, Says EVgo CEO
Electric Vehicles Are Going Mainstream, Says EVgo CEO

“The car companies have announced $300 billion that they’re investing in making EVs,” says Zoi. “There are going to be 160 new models over the next few years. This is going from crazy boutiques mall to mainstream and consumers are going to love it.”

Yum CEO: Driverless Cars, Robots Making Pizzas, This is All In Our Future
Yum CEO: Driverless Cars, Robots Making Pizzas, This is All In Our Future

Yum Brands which owns Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut and other restaurant brands are at the forefront of technological innovation. Yum also isn’t afraid to experiment with seemingly outlandish ideas either such as their announcement of the Toyota Tundra Pie Pro which makes pizza on the go.

Aurora is Democratizing Transportation, Says CEO
Aurora is Democratizing Transportation, Says CEO

Aurora CEO Chris Urmson says that there is this amazing opportunity to go and take the next step in democratizing transportation. Aurora, an independent autonomous vehicle technology startup, has secured over $530 million in funding led by Sequoia, Amazon, and T. Rowe Price.

Tesla is Not Really a Luxury Car, Says Lucid Motors CTO
Tesla is Not Really a Luxury Car, Says Lucid Motors CTO

If you look at Tesla they’re high-tech, they’re beautifully engineered, they’re very disruptive, and they’re premium price, but you only have to get inside a Tesla to recognize it’s not a really a luxury car, says Peter Rawlinson, CTO of Lucid Motors. “It’s a premium car but not true luxury.”

Uber CEO: Autonomous is an Enormous Technology
Uber CEO: Autonomous is an Enormous Technology

Autonomous is an enormous technology, says Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi. Following the unfortunate accident that happened last year in Arizona, Uber took a retreat from autonomous vehicles. However, Uber has taken that time to rebuild how they are building that product.