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More than 20 years after the first connected Cadillac rolled off a General Motors assembly line car companies are recognizing the need for connectivity and its transformative impact on their organizations. Clear strategies are emerging to get those vehicle connections to pay for themselves. What companies are winning the monetization and mobility race and what does it mean for the future of connected cars?
Secure, open consumer data. That’s the ultimate goal and blockchain is how you’re going to get there.
We know where we are now in the journey to autonomy and, to a large extent, we know how the story ends. So what needs to be done to fill in the middle?
The future of mobility is ripe with long-term opportunities, but the connected car revolution is well underway in the aftermarket.
Data & Networks
In an industry first, the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium (AECC) will take to the stage to announce its role in developing an all new connected car ecosystem through cloud computing.
Learn how to disrupt with connected car data within a fragmented ecosystem of automakers, hardware and systems suppliers, insurers and service providers.
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.
Cities & Mobility
The city is increasingly important to the development and ultimately deployment of connected and autonomous vehicles. What can be done to fully integrate the city into tech. strategies?
Drivers are the brand stewards that can make or break your customer’s mobility experience
For the first time on stage, hear directly from a diverse group of drivers from a cross-section of leading mobility services.
Gain valuable insights into what makes drivers ‘tick’, their likes and dislikes, how they really feel about getting paid, and their prominent role in the gig economy.
Don’t think you know mobility until you hop into the front seat for this eye opening session.
Featuring a panel of Uber and Lyft drivers on stage
Many mobility operators around the world now use large pay-per-minute free-floating fleets as the base of their service, but they layer in many additional functions to cater to various use cases. This session will:
Whether its electrification or automation – technology is redefining traditional mobility models, even going beyond the car.
The Next Generation Automotive UX
Drivers are shared customers of OEMs and insurers, and they are increasingly relying on advanced vehicle technology to deliver a customer-friendly experience that can help them be safer and save money.
There’s a plethora of new technology on the market that consumers now crave. So how do we bring this into the vehicle?
With ever increasing demands on connectivity, the burden must now fall on the spectrums to provide the constant connectivity the consumer demands.