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Jun 05
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7:30am - 8:30am 60 mins
Morning Registration & Coffee
8:30am - 8:35am 5 mins
Welcome from TU-Automotive
  • Carolyn Dawson - Managing Director, TMT, Informa Tech
8:35am - 8:40am 5 mins
Chairperson's Welcome
  • Scott McCormick - President, CVTA
8:40am - 9:10am 30 mins
Info
Revolving Analysts: The Ultimate C.A.S.E. Study
  • Roger Lanctot - Director, Automotive Connected Mobility, Strategy Analytics
  • Denis Cosgrove - Principal Commercial Solutions, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Mark Boyadjis - Global Technology Lead | Automotive Advisory Services, IHS Markit
  • Viktor Irle - Founder, EV Volumes

Five leading analysts covering connectivity, mobility, cybersecurity and electrification take the stage for 7-minutes each in a fast-paced session revealing latest market trends, forecasts and opportunities for OEMs and automotive service providers.

9:10am - 9:40am 30 mins
Governmental Keynote Address: USMCA: Prioritizing the Auto Industry
  • Patrick Wilson - Director, Office of Business Liaison, United States Department of Commerce
9:40am - 10:05am 25 mins
Info
Evolve or Die: Understanding the Next Stage for Mobility
  • Rich Strader - Vice President, Mobility Platform and Products, Ford Motor Company
  • Interviewer: Gavin Sherry - CEO, Autonomic

Today municipalities and corporations demand mobility solutions that incorporate all their transit modes – not just specific manufacturers or specific vehicle types. How can your organization evolve to support this demand? In this session you’ll learn:

  • How to leverage open APIs and multi-OEM mobility platforms
  • How to support multi-modal transportation and the rapidly growing demand for last mile e-mobility
  • How to map out partnerships that bring your services to new customer segments and uncover new use cases for autonomous vehicles
10:05am - 10:30am 25 mins
Info
Future Gazing – Setting the Agenda for Digital Automotive Services
  • Speaker Martin Rosell - Managing Director, WirelessCar

Find out what WirelessCar’s connected services can do to digitize cars, enable seamless business flow as well as smart, fast and relevant B2C services looking forward.

10:30am - 10:55am 25 mins
Info
Transporting Your Living Room to the Car
  • Vildan Hasanbegovic - Director, Luxoft

The future in-car customer experiences need to be fully customizable, able to integrate intelligent services and content with any consumer’s personal digital lifestyle and be a holistic part of a multi-model mobile-as-a-service experience. We need a shared vision, and an open platform for collaboration that allows passengers to access their preferred entertainment options in one place, transporting your living room to the car. This enables automakers to make the riding experience more natural and intuitive, while providing a personalized customer experience that connects customers with their automotive brand.

10:55am - 11:40am 45 mins
Info
Networking and Coffee Break
11:40am - 11:45am 5 mins
Chairperson's Welcome
  • Scott McCormick - President, CVTA
11:40am - 11:45am 5 mins
Chairperson’s Welcome
  • Chris Schreiner - Director of Syndicated Research, Strategy Analytics
11:40am - 11:45am 5 mins
Chairperson's Welcome
  • Richard Wallace - Former Vice President, Transportation Systems Analysis, Center for Automotive Research
11:40am - 11:45am 5 mins
Chairperson's Welcome
  • Liz Kerton - President, Autotech Council
11:40am - 11:45am 5 mins
Info
Acxiom Workshop: 10:55 - 11:55 - Data Collection, Unification, Monetization

Acxiom’s 50 years of experience across the same converging industries in automotive show the next evolution of the created customer lifecycle and will allow you to provide services and personalized experiences through which data and its monetization can be created, leveraged, and implemented through full enhanced views of the customer or information.

The foundation and ability to create a corporate data asset through monetization must start with Identity resolution of the data. OEMs, Telematics, Automotive Technology suppliers and companies need to create connected views across offline and online environments while mapping their respective automotive journey.

Identity stitching at the raw data layer, allows the opportunity to link customer touch points from an OEM and/or tier 2 & 3 while providing the basis to be able to share your data and analyze it in a legally secure safe-haven. The eventual ability is to create a corporate data monetized asset.

Many automotive companies, media, endemic sites, and vehicle technology companies are creating their views of information and attribution toward their share of multiple customer experiences.

Acxiom’s Automotive Practice is providing Select Requested Audiences an overview and solutions of what both Automotive and Telematics OEMs, Suppliers, and Partnerships must know to be able to develop and incorporate into your businesses.

To attend please RSVP to Esha Wolf - esha.wolf@informa.com

11:45am - 12:10pm 25 mins
Info
SiriusXM Connected Vehicle Services previews the move from Telematics 1.0 to Mobility 2.0
  • Mitch Dornich - Vice President Product, SiriusXM

The transition is characterized by highly personalized, consumer centric services that augment benefits for automakers and enhances the brand experience based on safety and convenience for their customers.

  • The vehicle to becomes the mobility hub while generating continuous magic moments and revolutionizing the consumer’s daily life
  • The road to a better, safer in vehicle experience - from Entertainment to eCommerce
  • Data, Privacy and Personalization
11:45am - 12:10pm 25 mins
Info
The Future of Automotive UX
  • Derek Sellin - Vice President, Rightware
  • Consumer expectations and technology advancements are driving automakers to incorporate third-party apps and services into the connected car at an accelerated pace.
  • We will present a new approach to leveraging partnerships, ecosystems such as Android, and location-based, voice-based, and other connected services.
  • Designers have the opportunity of a lifetime to take the lead in defining the future automotive UX, and the time is now.


11:45am - 12:10pm 25 mins
Info
V2X and GNSS High Precision for the Automated Driving Experience
  • Speaker Suresh Ram - President, u-blox Americas
  • Discover how V2X and high precision GNSS are collaborating to build a more coherent system for mapping and localisation 

  • Learn the technical requirements required for heightened accuracy in urban environments 

  • Review the importance of safety and high-integrity GNSS in automated driving

11:45am - 12:10pm 25 mins
Info
Endpoint and Network Security – Like Love and Marriage, You Can’t Have One Without The Other
  • Niels Haverkorn - General Manager, Connected Transport, Irdeto
  • The connected transport market knows they need to bring together multiple security technologies to protect vehicles, devices, services within the vehicles, etc. However, most aren’t sure how to do that or where to start.
  • This session will highlight the value of a multi-layered security strategy and the importance of bringing both endpoint and network security together.
  • What are the steps that need to be taken to merge these valuable technologies?
  • What should you look for when evaluating security technologies to ensure you will implement a multi-layered approach to security?
  • Strategies to implement a building-block approach to multi-layered security will be discussed

 

11:45am - 11:50am 5 mins
Info
Wejo Workshop: 1:15 - 2:15 - Exploration of the future and the present of connected vehicles and mobility

The workshop will follow this agenda (an updated agenda with process notes will be provided at the event):

  • Introduction to scenarios (2040)
  • Uncertainties facing the market (brainstorming)
  • Current issues including opportunities and threats to the market.

To attend please RSVP to Esha Wolf - esha.wolf@informa.com

11:50am - 11:55am 5 mins
Info
Stratio Automotive Workshop: 1:45 - 2:30 - "How Deep Learning is Allowing Stratio to Automate Anomaly Detection"

How Deep Learning is Allowing Stratio to Automate Anomaly Detection

Automotive manufacturers are collecting and storing very large amounts of data. Nevertheless, only a small fraction is actually being used. As a result, a very large number of hard to find anomalies and complex issues remain unsolved. Stratio’s approach uses Machine Learning to automate anomaly detection, leveraging 100% of the data to find issues and potential root causes. This session explores an example using deep learning to detect issues invisible to the naked eye and introduces Stratio’s vision for a zero-downtime future."

To attend please RSVP to Esha Wolf - esha.wolf@informa.com 

11:55am - 12:00pm 5 mins
Info
Mojio Workshop: 3:55 - 4:55 - How to Build, Launch and Scale Connected Services That Stick

What separates winning connected car services from the pack? How is your service performing today? What are your customers saying? Is your strategy paying off in terms of revenue and brand impact? 

While automakers have excelled at building incredible driving experiences and advancing the technology that makes our vehicles safer and more efficient, many of the connected services available today are missing the mark. The opportunity for improvement is both near and clear.

We will share key learnings from the nearly 1,000,000 subscribers using Mojio’s connected car solutions that have been deployed via brands like Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile. Featuring exclusive new consumer insights from Matt Arcaro, Research Manager for next generation automotive and mobility at IDC, this workshop will focus on the technology, use cases, and trends powering the next generation of connected car services. 

Workshop attendees can expect to walk away with tangible, strategic inputs to accelerate new and existing connected vehicle services.

To attend please RSVP to Esha Wolf - esha.wolf@informa.com

12:10pm - 12:35pm 25 mins
Info
Making Connected Vehicle Data Work in Insurance: Key Insights from our 100B-Mile Journey
  • Saurabh Khemka - Senior Vice President and General Manager, IoT/Telematics, Verisk

Specific challenges and learnings from completing multiple OEM and insurer integrations across several products. Discussion and case studies include:

  • How insurers may leverage connected vehicle data
  • How to operationalize connected car data to support Insurance products
    • Using AI for real-time quality analysis of large-scale telemetry datasets
    • Building transparency, consumer trust, and engagement through consent management
  • Using patterns and insights from this one-of-kind dataset to evolve insurance products such as driving score
12:10pm - 12:35pm 25 mins
Info
UX, AI and the Next Generation Assistants
  • Nada Jiddou - Director, Consumer Platforms & Products, Ford Smart Mobility
  • Miro Remecky - Chief Commercial Officer, Sygic
  • Dan Roarty - COO, Arrive
  • Moderator: Chris Schreiner - Director of Syndicated Research, Strategy Analytics
  • Understanding the Human element - evaluating the user experience with next generation assistants 

  • How far beyond voice should we be going? 

  • How can we create more humanized in-car interactions?  

12:10pm - 12:35pm 25 mins
Info
A Scenario-Based Approach for Verification, Validation and Homologation of Highly Automated Vehicles
  • Vivek Jaikamal - Business Development Manager, AVL

There is common agreement that validation of SAE Level 4 and 5 (highly automated vehicles) systems based on miles driven is neither feasible nor economical. Moreover, testing on public roads has severe limitations and hazards. A comprehensive scenario-based verification and validation methodology is needed in order to ensure safety in the entire operational design domain. We will present a complete and systematic approach to generate operational scenarios, create the relevant test cases and execute testing and homologation of automated driving functions in combined virtual and real road environments.

  • A comprehensive scenario-based verification & validation framework to ensure safety of autonomous vehicles
  • A holistic approach from virtual (model based) to road testing
  • Correlation of virtual and real world to ensure reliable test results
  • Legislative and homologation considerations for autonomous vehicles
12:10pm - 12:35pm 25 mins
Info
The Future of Social Mobility
  • Gareth Williams - Executive Director of Advanced Development, Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America

According to the 2016 US Census, over 76% of commuters drive alone. With the sharing economy and self-driving technology on the horizon, will we use this freedom during the commute to further disconnect? Or will we use this newfound time to engage with people in innovative ways and spark brand-new connections? Mitsubishi Electric shares their research into social networking and looks at the future of mobility with models of how technology can forge connections instead of promoting further isolation.

12:35pm - 1:00pm 25 mins
Data-led Strategies for Connecting the Automotive Ecosystem
  • Cletus Nunes - Senior Director of Sales, Octo Telematics
12:35pm - 1:00pm 25 mins
Info
The Future of the Data-Driven User Experience
  • John Cordell - VP, AI Product, Xevo, Lear

Between in-car platforms, companion apps, and vehicle usage, drivers are creating mountains of valuable data every day. How can automakers and service providers enhance their user experiences using this data?

  • Making journeys safer and more convenient
  • Personalize the driving experience with targeted alerts and offers
  • Improved fleet management and driver transparency
12:35pm - 1:00pm 25 mins
Info
Panel Discussion: Selecting the Optimum Autonomous Mode
  • Moderator: Bryan Reimer - Research Scientist, MIT
  • Charles Green - Active Safety and Driving Automation Human Factors Consultant, Independent Consultant
  • Colleen Donovan - Senior Technical Specialist for Flight Deck Human Factors, Federal Aviation Authority (FAA)
  • Robert Molloy - Director, Office of Highway Safety, National Transportation Safety Board
  • What best practice examples can we learn from nuclear, space and aviation industries
  • Understand how to integrate humans into automation. Not the other way around
  • How do we begin to change and adapt ready for production level automation and accelerate acceptance?
1:00pm - 2:30pm 90 mins
NETWORKING LUNCH & EXHIBITION
2:30pm - 2:35pm 5 mins
DATA & CONNECTED SERVICES
Chairperson's Welcome
  • Scott McCormick - President, CVTA
2:30pm - 2:35pm 5 mins
UX & CONNECTED SERVICES
Chairperson's Welcome
  • Mark Boyadjis - Global Technology Lead | Automotive Advisory Services, IHS Markit
2:30pm - 2:35pm 5 mins
TECH ROADMAP TO AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY
Chairperson's Welcome
  • Richard Wallace - Former Vice President, Transportation Systems Analysis, Center for Automotive Research
2:30pm - 2:35pm 5 mins
MOBILITY UNLOCKED
Chairperson’s Welcome
  • Mo Al-Bodour - Connected Car Senior Specialist, SBD Automotive
2:30pm - 2:35pm 5 mins Free
Info
FREE SHOW FLOOR CONTENT - STARTING AT 2:30 PM
Innovation Roadmap: Navigating a Changing Landscape - 2:30PM - 3:30PM
  • Jonathon Baugh - Experience Architect Senior Manager, Pillar part of Accenture Industry X.O

Electrification. Autonomy. Connected Vehicles. Mobility-as-a-Service. With the landscape changing, how confident are you in your roadmap for innovation? To produce new results, you must also change your approach, but that is easier said than done. Accenture will share some of our learnings on how to rapidly bring new innovations to market.

2:35pm - 3:00pm 25 mins
Info
DATA & CONNECTED SERVICES
Maximize driving data to meet consumer expectation
  • Adam Hudson - Senior Director & GM, US Connected Car, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
  • The evolving need for driving data – the exchange as the differentiator
  • Direct benefits to OEMs and insurance carriers
2:35pm - 3:00pm 25 mins
Info
UX & CONNECTED SERVICES
Panel Discussion: Optimum strategies for Improved UX
  • Shyamala Prayaga - User Experience Evangelist, Ford Motor Company
  • David Holecek - Director Digital Experience, Volvo Car Corporation
  • Oddy Khamharn - Director of Automotive Connectivity, Chamberlain Group
  • Jacek Spiewla - User Experience Manager, Mitsubishi Electric
  • Moderator: Mark Boyadjis - Global Technology Lead | Automotive Advisory Services, IHS Markit
  • How to make cars smarter and easier for the driver to navigate
  • Is HMI and voice interaction the key to a great user experience?
  • How can we plan future digital products & services that we will offer in vehicle and connected to peoples’ lifestyles - making our customers’ lives better & seamless with connectivity?
  • Reality check - are too many features making UX too complicated?
  • Will the automobile ever replace the mobile phone?
2:35pm - 3:00pm 25 mins
Info
TECH ROADMAP TO AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY
Panel Discussion: Autonomous Testing and Simulation for Increased Safety & Performance
  • Schuyler Burson - Manager of ADAS and Functional Safety, Roush Industries
  • Jennifer Durfy - Skills Team Leader - Autonomous, AVL
  • Stéphane Barbier - Chief Development Officer, TRANSPOLIS
  • Laksh Parthasarathy - Managing Partner and Global Business Head for Vehicle Verification and Validation Services, Tata Consultancy Services
  • Moderator: Phil Magney - Principal Analyst, Automotive, VSI
  • Discover the latest testing and development methodology for AVs 

  • How to create safer autonomous systems by mapping out the end to end simulation tool trains 

  • Achieving bench marking and optimum autonomous performance by standardizing simulation data sets


2:35pm - 3:00pm 25 mins
Info
MOBILITY UNLOCKED
Panel Discussion: Unlocking Mobility Through Partnerships & Collaboration
  • Mike Mikos - Chief Financial Officer, SHARE NOW North America
  • Martin Rosell - Managing Director, WirelessCar
  • Philippe Huysmans - VP of Growth, Ridecell
  • Moderator: Mo Al-Bodour - Connected Car Senior Specialist, SBD Automotive
  • Map out the journey from ‘owning economy’ to the ‘on-demand economy’ portfolio of car sharing, hailing, parking and charging services 

  • Understand how competition is encouraged by a two-fold remedy package granting API access to third-party aggregator platforms for mobility solutions  

  • How to offer a ubiquitous customer experience by enabling multi-brand cars to unified app communications

2:35pm - 2:40pm 5 mins Free
Info
FREE SHOW FLOOR CONTENT - STARTING AT 2:30 PM
Dealer Focused MaaS - 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
  • John F. Possumato - CEO, Driveitaway Inc.

While Mobility as a Service and Shared Mobility are talked about both by automotive industry veterans and Silicon Valley, there are still many myths about what these emerging business mean for car dealers, do they represent a threat or opportunity? With many conflicting stories dealers mistakenly believe that they either must commit to making substantial investments in negative cash flow businesses to prepare for the MaaS future, or, alternately, have no other option but “sit out” of the emerging opportunities in the shared mobility space, with the hope that things don’t change too rapidly or severely.

We will reveal the reality, to clearly present the potential change in business that MaaS is forecast to have, but, most importantly, explain what dealers are now doing to both leverage and capitalize on real opportunities today, while preparing for the future, in gaining experience with adaptive tools and business process flexibility.

2:40pm - 2:45pm 5 mins Free
Info
FREE SHOW FLOOR CONTENT - STARTING AT 2:30 PM
An Edge Computing Platform for vehicles and mobility services 4:30PM - 5:30 PM
  • Aaron Solomon - CEO & President, Mobile Devices
  • Understand the challenges of vehicle data collection
  • Discover the scope of an Edge Computing Platform
  • From Data Fabrik to Application Platform
  • Hear about some use cases
  • Q&A
3:00pm - 3:25pm 25 mins
Info
DATA & CONNECTED SERVICES
Panel Discussion: Vehicle Data Collection: From Gold Mining to Money Making
  • Cyril Zeller - SVP Global Sales, Mobile Devices
  • James Levendusky - Vice President, IoT/Telematics, Verisk
  • Cletus Nunes - Senior Director of Sales, Octo Telematics
  • Greg Bohl - Vice President, AI with ADAS Focus, HARMAN International
  • Moderator: Scott McCormick - President, CVTA
  • Understand the complexity of Vehicle Data Collection and Secure Distribution
  • Beyond Standard OBD-II, discover where Valuable Data truly is
  • Hear about the benefit of Edge Computing Platforms for Vehicle Data Decoding and Processing
  • Learn how OEMs can leverage factory fitted connectivity with retrofit solutions


3:00pm - 3:25pm 25 mins
Info
UX & CONNECTED SERVICES
Today your car has a key - Tomorrow YOU will be the key: Reinventing the Driver and Passenger Experience with Biometrics
  • Gianni Uglietti - VP Marketing of the Smart Automotive Business Line, Idemia

The car industry is rapidly evolving, and the future of connected and self-driving vehicles is moving closer to a reality. Carmakers are facing the challenge to redefine the driver and passenger experience and digital identity and biometrics promise to play an important role for a more enjoyable and safer ride. Focusing on biometrics to identify and authenticate who you are, car manufacturers can integrate cameras into automobiles to assist in all aspects of the driving experience.

  • Creating Seamless driver authentication for vehicle access and tailored services, making the time spend in the car more valuable
  • Distracted and drowsy driver detection for safer hands-off-wheel operations on semi-autonomous and self-driving vehicles
  • In-car payment authorized by biometrics for convenient toll, fuel and store purchases from inside the vehicle


3:00pm - 3:25pm 25 mins
Info
TECH ROADMAP TO AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY
Carsharing as the path to Autonomous Ridehailing
  • Mark Thomas - VP of Marketing and Alliances, Ridecell

The real revolution with autonomous vehicles will be autonomous mobility-as-a-service, rather than pure individual ownership. But where and how will these cars know where to go? What tools will be required to run a successful autonomous ridehailing service in the future?

  • Autonomous vehicles will need a platform to direct them to pick up riders and to verify who is entering and exiting the vehicle.
  • They will need extensive fleet management and predictive maintenance platforms to understand potential wear issues, automate towing, recharging, and cleaning, detect left items etc. to keep autonomous vehicles operating reliably.
  • Entering carsharing and ridesharing services today are the best way for OEMs to best position themselves for autonomous service revolution.
3:00pm - 3:25pm 25 mins
Info
MOBILITY UNLOCKED
Panel Discussion: Mobility and Curb Congestion
  • Devin Patel - VP of Business Development, Passport
  • Angela Ayers - Mobility Strategist, Michigan City Solutions, Ford Smart Mobility
  • Justin Snowden - Smart Mobility Strategist, City of Detroit
  • Chad Bailey - Vice President, NGP Capital
  • Moderator: Jason Nelson - Executive Director, Smart Cities Council
  • How to create a seamless journey experience using innovative mobility solutions that integrate parking and transportation   

  • Creating a new ecosystem involving the public and private sectors working together to improve curb, congestion and inner-city mobility 

  • Connect the dots between stakeholders – DoT, blue light fleets, public works, utilities – to solve the non-tech issues related to inner-city congestion  

3:25pm - 3:50pm 25 mins
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UX & CONNECTED SERVICES
A fusion recipe for the driver experience of the future
  • Cees van Dok - Chief Product Officer, TomTom

A critical component of the driver experience of the future is a complete view of the road ahead. The visualization of what’s coming up on the road is a blended experience that fuses feedback from various sources like traffic information, the map and route guidance, as well as feedback from the in-car safety and driver assistance systems based on sensor data. Today, that feedback is sprinkled all over the car cockpit – but in the future, it may be merged into a unified visualization of the road ahead that will better assist the driver in clear and confident decision making. This presentation will discuss the importance of this fusion recipe to remove all barriers between navigation and the driver, ultimately creating a more seamless user experience. 

  •  A complete view of the road ahead for the driver experience of the future 
  • The visualization of the road ahead as a blended experience that fuses feedback from various sources 
  • A unified visualization of the road ahead for better decision making and a more seamless user experience 
3:25pm - 3:50pm 25 mins
Info
TECH ROADMAP TO AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY
Brains vs. Brawn: The Quest for Artificial Perception
  • Jim Robnett - Vice President of Automotive Business Development, AEye

As the ADAS and robotaxi markets advance and converge, OEMs and mobility players will compete on trust and safety. How can self-driving cars learn to perceive their environment quickly and reliably, when driving more compute power through the system isn’t working?

  • AI-based sensors are emerging that capture and process smart data at the edge, enabling faster, more accurate perception.
  • Current metrics don’t adequately measure the capabilities of these AI-based LiDAR systems, nor do they explicitly address real-world problems facing autonomous driving, such as hazard detection and tracking.
  • New metrics are needed that not only are more advantageous for AV development, but will oblige more robust safety standards across the industry.
3:25pm - 3:50pm 25 mins
Info
MOBILITY UNLOCKED
CASE STUDY: Next Generation V2X
  • Charles Ramdatt - Deputy Director of Public Works, City of Orlando
  • Measure implications upon economic strength and city safety by bringing a tech ecosystem to the City of Orlando 

  • The most advanced testing facility in the US – Map out the full range of automated technologies to ascertain current autonomous limitations  

  • See first-hand developments in semi-open and closed environment testing and how NASA is testing AVs

3:50pm - 4:25pm 35 mins
Afternoon Networking Coffee & Exhibition Break
4:25pm - 4:30pm 5 mins
DATA & CONNECTED SERVICES
Chairperson's Welcome Back
  • Scott McCormick - President, CVTA
4:25pm - 4:30pm 5 mins
AI & CONNECTED SERVICES
Chairperson's Welcome
  • Doug Newcomb - Senior Industry Analyst, Wards Intelligence
4:25pm - 4:30pm 5 mins
TECH ROADMAP TO AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY
Chairperson's Welcome Back
  • Richard Wallace - Former Vice President, Transportation Systems Analysis, Center for Automotive Research
4:25pm - 4:30pm 5 mins
CYBER SECURITY IN MOBILITY
Chairperson's Welcome
  • Alexandra Heckler - Senior Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton
4:30pm - 4:55pm 25 mins
Info
DATA & CONNECTED SERVICES
Connected Vehicles or In-Car Companions?
  • Eric Wood - Vice President of User Experience Design and Research, Telenav
  • The evolution of connected vehicles to “In-Car companions” that seamlessly assist drivers with day-to-day tasks
  • Transforming vehicles into “intelligent personal spaces” that effortlessly bring together navigation, entertainment and commerce;
  • Designing personalized In-Vehicle Infotainment Experiences that integrate capabilities like live traffic and weather, online music services, and virtual assistants;
  • Creating safe, seamless and delightful in-car experiences for drivers and passengers.
4:30pm - 4:55pm 25 mins
Info
AI & CONNECTED SERVICES
Achieving Confidence with AI - Consistent with ISO26262 and SOTIF
  • Edward Schwalb - Lead Data Scientist, MSC Software (part of Hexagon)
  • Continuous Integration with ISO-26262 and SOTIF overlay
  • Statistical, Explanatory and Outcome Driven Validation
  • Define population of Scenarios and SUT configurations
  • Leverage scalable multi-fidelity simulation
  • Illustrated using well known accident examples
4:30pm - 4:55pm 25 mins
Info
TECH ROADMAP TO AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY
Panel Discussion: The Route to Autonomy – Mapping & Localization
  • Curtis Hay - Technical Fellow, GPS & Maps, General Motors
  • Sara Gutiérrez-Lanza - Automotive Business Unit Director, GMV
  • Marcus McCarthy - Director of Autonomous Navigation Solutions, Trimble Inc.
  • Wei Luo - Chief Operating Officer and Head of Product, DeepMap
  • Moderator: Danny Kim - Director, Advisory Services, VSI
  • How to minimise latency and enhance the driving experience through highly accurate, up-to-date maps
  • Building a fast-cycle HD Map system that ensures automated vehicles can access and use the latest, most correct map
  • Combining satellite with camera and sensor data to free-up computing power with GPS and IMU to perform absolute and relative localisation
  • The role of GNSS in autonomous driving
  • Safe and accurate positioning: GNSS, up-to-date maps and other technologies
4:30pm - 4:55pm 25 mins
Info
CYBER SECURITY IN MOBILITY
A Risky Ride? Cybersecurity for Connected Cars
  • Chuck Brokish - Director of Automotive Business Development, Green Hills Software
  • 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.

4:55pm - 5:20pm 25 mins
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DATA & CONNECTED SERVICES
A best practices approach to building safe and secure automotive digital cockpits
  • Scott Linke - Director, Automotive Architecture, Blackberry QNX

Increasingly, consumers expect an in-vehicle experience that mirrors the personalized and seamless connected experience they have in their home or office. Automakers are tasked with creating this user experience while ensuring that critical systems are safe, secure and reliable. Additionally, Electronic Control Unit (ECU) consolidation is a growing trend in automotive electronic design. The vehicle cockpit is evolving with multiple sub-systems such as infotainment, digital instrument clusters, and heads-up displays running on a single high-performance system-on-chip (SoC).

  • How do you support popular Android apps that consumers demand without compromising safety and security of the digital cockpit?
  • How do you build a digital cockpit, with infotainment, digital instrument cluster, head-up display, and companion screens running on a single high-performance system-on-chip (SoC) while also isolating safety-critical systems from non-safety critical systems?
  • Learn the practical considerations and best practices around ECU consolidation to provide the seamless in-car experience drivers want, with the security, safety, and reliability they need
  • By addressing the number of ECUs, automakers can decrease cost and complexity, as well as vehicle weight and emission, while minimizing the potential for hacks or vulnerabilities
4:55pm - 5:20pm 25 mins
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AI & CONNECTED SERVICES
Panel Discussion: Intelligent Connectivity – The fusion between 5G, IoT and AI
  • Mardan Namic Kerimov - Senior Managing Consultant Center of Competence, Global Automotive, Aerospace & Defense Industry Global Business Services, IBM Global Business Services
  • Patrick Jeanbart - Head of Connected Services, Orange Business Services
  • Juergen Daunis - VP Global Sales Connected Vehicles, Ericsson
  • Anthony Magnan - 5G Solutions Engineer, Verizon
  • Moderator: Doug Newcomb - Senior Industry Analyst, Wards Intelligence
  • How is Artificial Intelligence impacting the automotive industry and what the future holds for the connected car
  • Find out how combined technologies will transform the auto industry into a digital service business
  • Find out how OMEs are reducing warranty / recalls costs and powering new business models by collecting and analysing car sensor data to get closer to the drivers
  • Learn how operators are driving new usages, improving TCO and user experience by offering both telematics and consumer services on one single SIM-card
  • Discover how 5G is becoming the future of autonomous vehicles, with its high-speed data rates, network slicing capabilities and very low latencies Explore the opportunities that As-a-service cloud architectures and Artificial Intelligence are creating to take V2X communications to the next level
4:55pm - 5:20pm 25 mins
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TECH ROADMAP TO AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY
Panel Discussion: Insurance for a Mobility Revolution
  • David Lukens - Director, Telematics, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
  • Cletus Nunes - Senior Director of Sales, Octo Telematics
  • Ryan McMahon - Vice President of Marketing, Cambridge Mobile Telematics
  • Moderator: Frederic Bruneteau - Managing Director, PTOLEMUS Consulting Group
  • Build a picture of the changing dynamic in 'motion' insurance and the impact of the insurance business model. How can insurers shift from B2C to B2B or otherwise?
  • The changing value chain. Explore key relationships between corporates and the largest primary and reinsurers to understand issues of data and customer ownership
  • The future is coming quickly and driving itself! How can insurers protect OEMs in a world of L5 autonomous fleets? What are the new forces at play?
5:20pm - 5:45pm 25 mins
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DATA & CONNECTED SERVICES
Panel Discussion: Fintech and the Connected Car: Innovative Opportunities
  • Dan Smith - Founder & President, Capstone Financial Group
  • Peter Polit - Vice President and General Manager of Connected Vehicle Strategy and Business Development, SiriusXM
  • Scott MacKay - Vice President Strategic Solutions, First Data
  • Olabisi Boyle - Vice President of Visa’s Internet of Things (IoT) program, Visa
  • Moderator: Niranjan Manohar - Research Manager - Connectivity and Automotive IOT, Frost & Sullivan
  • What collaborations are going to take place in the future and how much are IoTs paving the way?
  • Offering new cutting-edge solutions to differentiate yourself above the rest
  • How long will it be before connected cars drive connected payments?
5:20pm - 5:30pm 10 mins
AI & CONNECTED SERVICES
Chairperson's Closing Remarks
5:20pm - 5:45pm 25 mins
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TECH ROADMAP TO AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY
Panel Discussion: The intersection of Autonomous Policy and Auto
  • Christopher Emmanuel - Director of Infrastructure and Governance Policy, Florida Chamber of Commerce
  • Andy Koblenz - Executive Vice President of Legal Affairs and General Counsel, National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA)
  • Moderator: Richard Wallace - Former Vice President, Transportation Systems Analysis, Center for Automotive Research
  • Ensure compliance at the intersection of policy and autonomy on a federal and state level
  • Are you adhering to data privacy and security policy and principles for AVs?
  • Get to grips with new rules on gathering geolocation, driver behaviour and driver health data – who has access and how is it used?
  • Fights we have seen across the country – opponents in this space -
5:20pm - 5:45pm 25 mins
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CYBER SECURITY IN MOBILITY
V2V & V2I – The Misbehaviour of Detection
  • Speaker Sam Lauzon - Automotive Cybersecurity Software Developer, UMTRI
  • Tzvika Shneider - Director, R&D, Auto Cybersecurity BU, HARMAN International
  • Clifford Liem - Technology Director, Connected Transport, Irdeto
  • Moderator: Alexandra Heckler - Senior Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • SCMS 2.0 – How do you detect a misbehaving vehicle when the current standard has no method of detection?  

  • Evaluating misbehaviour algorithms on functioning OBUs 

  • Investigation into what constitutes misbehaviour? 

5:45pm - 5:55pm 10 mins
DATA & CONNECTED SERVICES
Chairman's Closing Remarks
5:45pm - 5:55pm 10 mins
TECH ROADMAP TO AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY
Chairman's Closing Remarks
5:45pm - 5:55pm 10 mins
CYBER SECURITY IN MOBILITY
Chairman's Closing Remarks
5:55pm - 7:25pm 90 mins
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7:30am - 8:30am

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3:50pm - 4:25pm

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