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In vehicles, built-in voice recognition consistently is ranked as one of the top customer complaints over the last several years. Amazon’s Alexa Auto team has the mission to extend the delightful experience of Alexa that customers currently have at home, into the vehicle. Arianne Walker, Chief Evangelist of Amazon Alexa Auto, will share results of a recent consumer study and how Alexa can help automakers build their brand loyalty, creating repeat customers, by solving their speech challenges as well as extending the value of their vehicles past the time of purchase.
AVs are not only growing in complexity but so is the amount of data required. This panel will challenge and review the different technologies and techniques for on and off-board data processing.
SiriusXM’s Connected Vehicles unit is emerging from a blitz of connected program deployments over the last 6 years, spanning over a dozen OEM brands and 450 model/trim levels. John Jasper, SiriusXM Connected Vehicle’s Senior Vice President for the past 20 months, highlights the lessons learned from that period and shares how those lessons must be leveraged to re-engineer and re-boot the industry to navigate the complex transition from telematics-based “tethered and voice based response” services to a new ecosphere of dynamic networked interaction. He advises the industry to be prepared for a period of substantial investment outside the vehicle, a complex, cloud-based infrastructure entailing a networked “constellation of services, interfaces and platforms” that aggregate and integrate into the vehicle real-time, proactive and intuitive interactions with vehicle owners and occupants. He concludes by demonstrating what he believes will be a first, critical step in this transition.
Long before the widespread arrival of level 5 autonomy, vehicles will begin autonomously sharing data and transacting with other vehicles and infrastructure. A secure, immutable identity is a prerequisite for participating in the ‘Economy of Things’. Blockchains, distributed ledgers and related technologies are leading contenders for managing vehicle identity and facilitating V2X transactions.
In future the autonomous car will need access to highly detailed, hyper local road condition and weather information. Both the human driver as well as the autonomous vehicle need to understand what lies on the road ahead and to adapt to the changing situation accordingly. Foreca will give few insights how this can be accomplished today and in future
With so many technology companies and automakers investing and building its self-driving tech, are we really ready for Level 4 or 5 autonomy?
To deliver on the safety and efficiency benefits of autonomous driving, the industry must be able to develop and show self-driving technology is truly safe. Through redundancy and diversity of automotive sensors, systems, algorithms and high performance computing, the industry is able to address this challenge, and earn the public trust. From training the AI to safely drive, to testing autonomous driving technology in the virtual world, to operating a self-driving car on public roads, deep learning and supercomputing are enabling the deployment of safe autonomous vehicles.
Many cybersecurity techniques focus on securing the perimeter of critical computer systems and recovering in the event of failure. In this talk we’ll take a new perspective on building safe and secure systems.
Explore the wider picture of EV adoption and the new trends in electrification through syndicated market intelligence and the unveiling of an innovative consumer survey.
Industry stakeholders and experts discuss the future of the industry related to:
Launching a new mobility service or entering into a partnership with a mobility operator requires organizations involved in the automotive industry to recognize what makes a winner in today's mobility marketplace. Pulling from its experience working with 25 large operators worldwide, Vulog will share what it takes to make a winner in 2019.
Explore how the latest external trends (urbanization and government intervention) and internal trends (electrification and autonomous drive systems) have led to a change in how people move from A to B.
Are smart, low-emission cities the end of the automotive or are they an opportunity for new products, services and business models?
Connectivity is a critical element for CV’s and AV’s, they use wireless signals to communicate with other vehicles and the infrastructure. Create a realistic map for the network required for AV’s and smart mobility.