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Nov 06
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Showing of Streams
10:30 - 11:00

Networking & Coffee Break

Showing of Streams
12:40 - 14:10

Lunch Break

Showing of Streams
18:00 - 19:30

Networking Drinks Reception

08:50 - 09:00 10 mins
Keynotes: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Welcome & Introduction from TU-Automotive
09:00 - 09:20 20 mins
Keynotes: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Vorsprung Durch Experience - Shaping The Future Of Digital Customer Services
  • Speaker Nils Wollny - Head of Digital Business Strategy & Customer Experience, Audi
  • Speaker Holger Weiss - CEO, German Auto Labs
09:20 - 09:40 20 mins
Keynotes: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Digital Mobility @ Volkswagen
  • Speaker Heiko Hüttel - Head of Connected Car, Volkswagen

More information coming soon

09:40 - 10:00 20 mins
Keynotes: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
The Car With X-Ray Vision
  • Speaker Ralf Herrtwich - SVP Automotive, HERE Technologies

Learn how cars can leverage the map as a sensor:

  • Walk through the current key use cases for car connectivity and how they meet drivers’ information needs along the way
  • Prepare for changes triggered by increasing levels of vehicle automation and see how the need for new types of safety services is arising
  • Understand the need to collaborate across the industry to increase accuracy and relevance of safety services, mapping and to accelerate highly automated driving
10:00 - 10:30 30 mins
Keynotes: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Becoming a Digital Brand: Changing Perceptions
  • Panellist Tony Douglas - Head of Brand, Marketing and Communications, BMW Mobility Services
  • Panellist David Karlberg - Head of Product Management, WirelessCar
  • Moderator Roger Lanctot - Director, Automotive Connected Mobility, Global Automotive Practice, Strategy Analytics

As auto brands become platforms, unpick the process of transitioning from a carmaker to a tech company in the eyes of consumers.

  • Engage with consumers digitally and identify new ways to sell to and communicate with targeted demographics
  • Manage changes to brand image in a MaaS driven environment. Assess what the commoditisation of OEMs will mean for brands
  • Prepare market entry for autonomous driving, from the value proposition to educating consumers about  technology
10:30 - 11:00 30 mins
Networking & Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:20 20 mins
Keynotes: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Beyond Connectivity & Above the Cloud
  • Speaker Martin Rosell - Managing Director, WirelessCar

As vehicles become increasingly connected, it’s time to realise the full potential of full digitisation in the automotive industry.

  • Bring in all the elements of a connected car i.e. personalisation, prognostics, services such as in car delivery together into a single digital platform
  • Integrate with an OEMs digital transformation e.g. developing new service models to bring tangible innovation to the new auto industry
  • Look into how vehicle data connected into a CRM will allow OEMs to establish consumer needs and new revenue opportunities as we shift to more automation and electrification
11:20 - 11:40 20 mins
Keynotes: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Next Generation Mobile Networks for the Best Customer Experience in Connected & Automated Driving
  • Speaker Johannes Springer - Program Lead 5G Automotive Program, Group Technology and Digital Division/ Connected Mobility, Deutsche Telekom AG / T-Systems International GmbH
  • 5G is not just radio! Unlock the network potential for features incl. V2X, edge computing, precise positioning and more
  • Learn why connectivity and autonomy must go hand in hand, both for vehicle functionality and to provide relevant services for the customer experience as autonomy opens up more time
  • Understand the enhanced capabilities of a 5G network, such as offering low latency, ultra reliability, and automotive slice
11:40 - 12:00 20 mins
Keynotes: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
The Telematics Exchange – Solving the Many-to-Many Problem
  • Speaker Paul Stacy - R&D Director, LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Connected car insurance programs are the inevitable future. How can the automotive and insurance industry combine to provide great consumer products?

  • Plan for connected vehicle future. Learn how automakers and partners can make the operational and strategic shifts to create compelling consumer value
  • Identify the new revenue streams by continuing existing 1:1 programs yet add whole consumer insurance market reach that is a win-win for a new connected insurance industry
  • Learn what compliance issues are heading our way and how these can be addressed
12:00 - 12:20 20 mins
Keynotes: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Embrace the New Auto Ecosystem
  • Speaker Sebastian Lasek - Head of Connectivity, Skoda

Create a killer strategy for the new auto business; from making money to building the right ecosystem partnerships

  • Plan for the shared economy. Learn how automakers and partners can make the operational and strategic shifts to capitalise on new business models
  • Identify the new revenue streams opened up by e.g. contextualised data, working with advertisers and emerging models such as shared leasing and insurance
  • It's time for ecosystem openness! Learn the best way to approach and work with OEMs, while OEMs can learn to adapt to new partners and ways of working
12:20 - 12:40 20 mins
Keynotes: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
The Journey from Voice + UI to Conversational UX: The Evolution of the Cognitive User Experience
  • Speaker Timo Bauer - EVP Business Development & Strategic Partnerships, Xevo
  • Discuss the current state of the in-car experience with voice: it’s slow, inaccurate and inflexible.
  • List the currently available solutions and pros and cons of each.
  • So what’s the solution? OEMs must integrate the features of voice/cognitive services together with the hardware/software of the car and the back-office applications of the OEM.
  • What are the advantages of this approach?
12:40 - 14:10 90 mins
Lunch Break
14:10 - 14:30 20 mins
Smart Cities & Mobility: Room K1
Case Study: Connecting Mobility in Barcelona
  • Speaker Roger Giralt Bartolome - Car Connectivity Planning, SEAT

Get a look at the new SEAT Digital Lab in Barcelona to improve mobility and the work being done by SEAT; including projects combining city data with vehicle sensor data to improve parking and congestion.

14:10 - 14:30 20 mins
Connected Services: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Offering Connectivity Off the Scale
  • Speaker Crispin Clarke - Senior Vice President of Europe, Solace

Make data movement the backbone of your connected car strategy

  • Deliver speed & scale by supporting open protocols
  • From improved vehicle insight to usage-based insurance, unlock new revenue streams with services enabled by real-time data
  • Learn from other industries such as aerospace and financial markets to manage challenges such as cybersecurity
14:10 - 14:40 30 mins
Project Kairos Stage
Investing in Success
  • Panellist Lars Möreke - Director Mobility and Automotive, Deutsche Bahn
  • Panellist Sebastian Peck - Managing Director, InMotion Ventures
  • Panellist Jan Westerhues - Investment Partner, Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH
  • Panellist David Murray-Hundley - “The Grumpy Entrepreneur”, Tech London Advocates - Automotive
  • Moderator Alex Willard - Partner, Taurus Consulting

Companies in the auto tech and mobility space are attracting a lot of attention. Understand the trends, where to invest, and ask the question: partner, acquire or be acquired?

  • Analyse the big moves in the market, such as recent MaaS investments. Determine its impact on the ecosystem and the diversity of suppliers – what’s next?
  • Assess the role of investment branches of OEMs & Tier 1’s and how it interplays with R&D efforts across the company
  • Crystal ball time! Understand where investors are looking over the next 6-12 months to make gains in the next 5-10 years
14:30 - 15:00 30 mins
Smart Cities & Mobility: Room K1
Case Studies: Finding a Place for the Car in the Modern City
  • Presenter Luuk Verheul - Senior Advisor - Program Connecting Mobility, Government of the Netherlands
  • Presenter Carlo Iacovini - Marketing Director, Local Motors

The city is a hostile environment for the car these days. Identify how the auto industry can buck the trend to work with regulators and cities to deliver on efficiency, environment and convenience.

  • Today’s Smart Tech, Tomorrow’s Dumb? Discuss the will of authorities to plan and budget for infrastructure that will support the capabilities of future transportation
  • Assess how cities & countries will balance public transportation with other mobility offerings, as well as meeting needs of both city centres and suburbs/rural connections
  • Discuss the value of combining data sets from the city (e.g. smart infrastructure) with vehicle insights (e.g. pothole detection, weather), plus the best partners and platforms
14:30 - 15:00 30 mins
Connected Services: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Vehicle Architecture: Legacy, Cloud and Edge Computing
  • Panellist Scott Frank - VP Marketing, Airbiquity
  • Panellist Pierre Girard - Security Solution Expert in the Automotive and Mobility Services, Gemalto
  • Panellist David Cook - Head Connected Car Solutions, Concentrix (an Oracle Partner)
  • Panellist Helmuth Ritzer - VP Connected Vehicle Services, HERE
  • Moderator Richard Robinson - Director - Automotive Infotainment & Telematics Service, Strategy Analytics

With countless legacy systems and mature telematics systems co-existing with new ones, decide the best way to move forward as complexity & processing needs increase.

  • Understand integrated cloud & edge computing to manage the combination of sensor data, critical local processing and the need to connect to advanced data analysis tools
  • Overcome the challenges of building on mature telematics systems and vehicle platforms and learn how to bring legacy systems up to scratch for new features and processing
  • Sign off the business case for OTA capability for retrospectively adding features, security updates and maintaining a link with customers
14:40 - 15:30 50 mins
Project Kairos Stage
Project Kairos Pitch-off Group 1: AI, Analytics & Autonomous
  • Judge David Murray-Hundley - “The Grumpy Entrepreneur”, Tech London Advocates - Automotive
  • Judge Steve Collins - Venture Partner, Frontline Ventures
  • Judge Noaa Barak - 4YFN Strategy Manager, Mobile World Capital Barcelona

At the Pitch-Offs Stage start-ups will be competing for the ‘Kairos Automotive Award’. Each start-up has 5mins to introduce, demo and pitch their product, followed by 3 mins Q&A from the judges.

15:00 - 15:20 20 mins
Smart Cities & Mobility: Room K1
Case Study: Delivering Mobility Solutions in Emerging Market Mega Cities
  • Speaker Gunnar Froh - CEO & Founder, Wunder Carpool

Emerging market mega cities are completely congested, polluted and are growing continuously. City governments ease traffic by relying on new virtual forms of public transportation, powered by smart mobility algorithms.

  • Learn how to approach, develop and deliver successful mobility services such as short-distance, every-day carpooling in emerging market mega cities.
  • Understand the importance of algorithms, AI and complex predictive analytics to maximize success and improve efficiency in building a new virtual form of public transportation, via short-distance carpooling.
  • Watch how to create hyper-local content marketing and video footage from distance, to create user liquidity in frontier markets from Hamburg
15:00 - 15:20 20 mins
Connected Services: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Simplifying In-Vehicle Connectivity
  • Speaker Peter Wagner - Director, Business Development, Automotive, Valens

The ability to provide effective and efficient communication within the car is taken for granted, and expected by all consumers. Overcome remaining challenges to meet these expectations.

  • Understand the scope of challenges incl. the need for increased bandwidth, cabling weight & complexity, EMC & latency, & scalability, and how they affect in-vehicle connectivity
  • Discuss today’s solutions, e.g. Ethernet Automotive and SerDes, and what to expect as we address the more complex advanced needs of infotainment, telematics and ADAS
  • Explore the potential benefits of simplified connectivity within our cars, addressing latency & bandwidth while delivering the experience expected by end users
15:20 - 15:40 20 mins
Smart Cities & Mobility: Room K1
Shared Mobility Operators: Looking for Profitability?
  • Speaker Anneke Nelson - Intl. Marketing & Communications Manager, Vulog

From customer acquisition and revenue growth, to cost optimization and new mobility offerings, operators have a range of tools and services at their disposal to increase revenue.

  • Analyse case studies on various successful mobility models from across the globe to determine what components are integral to a successful and, more importantly, a profitable service
  • Consider how new mobility offerings such as hybrid services mixing round trip, free floating, scheduled booking and ride hailing can meet the diverse demands of modern consumers and offer flexibility
  • Explore the elements of Transportation as a Service (TaaS). Anticipate how opportunities for growth and revenue are opened up by this disruption
15:20 - 15:40 20 mins
Connected Services: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
The Digital Economy Toolbox
  • Speaker Pascal Pediroda - Product Manager Connected Living, Worldline

Atos shares is vision and return of experience to generate more revenue and thrive in the connected passenger & commercial vehicles business

  • Develop data-driven strategies to improve the learning curve about customer needs and develop better monetisable services
  • Harness technologies like blockchain & in-vehicle paiements to enable new business models
  • See the digital transformation steps & tools of a manufacturer to become a digital business creator
15:30 - 16:20 50 mins
Project Kairos Stage
Project Kairos Pitch-off Group 2: Mobility Services
  • Judge Julius Rüßmann - Investment Analyst, Earlybird Venture Capital
  • Judge James Nettleton - Principal, InMotion Ventures
  • Judge Matthew Jones - Investor, Anthemis

At the Pitch-Offs Stage start-ups will be competing for the ‘Kairos Automotive Award’. Each start-up has 5mins to introduce, demo and pitch their product, followed by 3 mins Q&A from the judges.

15:40 - 16:20 40 mins
Smart Cities & Mobility: Room K1
Networking & Coffee Break
15:40 - 16:20 40 mins
Connected Services: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Networking & Coffee Break
16:20 - 16:50 30 mins
Smart Cities & Mobility: Room K1
Expanding the Mobility Mix
  • Panellist Lars Möreke - Director Mobility and Automotive, Deutsche Bahn
  • Panellist Nathaniel Giraitis - Strategy Director, Smart Design
  • Panellist Jörg Astalosch - CEO, Italdesign
  • Moderator Aaron Dale - Senior Analyst, IHS Markit

From buses to drones, there’s a lot of new designs and concepts for mobility solutions emerging – automated or not. Plan to meet consumers’ mobility needs other than the car.

  • Explore the mobility offerings from vehicles beyond the car, including self-driving buses, pods and drones, and their role in the transportation mix e.g. first/last mile
  • Debate how to balance transport offerings in increasingly crowded inner-city spaces, incl. making the most of space via pavements, roads, tunnels, and the air!
  • Identify the infrastructure necessary to connect and harmonise different vehicle types, incl. developing data plans across devices
16:20 - 16:40 20 mins
Connected Services: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Beyond 5G - Delivering the Radically Connected and Safe Car Experience
  • Speaker Tom Freeman - Senior Vice President - Land Mobile, Kymeta

oday’s connectivity solutions won’t scale to keep up with the data demands required to keep cars safe and connected. Support the unquenchable thirst for global, always-on connectivity.

  • Examine how integrating satellite connectivity into a wireless solution will enable a scalable, full coverage solution that meets consumers skyrocketing demand for data
  • Define steps you can take today e.g. incorporating satellite connectivity, to create a truly mobile, seamless connected service with unlimited internet applications in all environments
  • Learn how to increase safety and security of connected vehicles with real time multicast updates – and how it will save you millions compared to manual updates
16:20 - 17:10 50 mins
Project Kairos Stage
Project Kairos Pitch-off Group 3: IoT, Security & Electrification
  • Judge Jan Westerhues - Investment Partner, Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH
  • Judge Christoph Jung - General Partner, Holtzbrinck Ventures
  • Judge Patrick Wirth - Investor Venture Capital, Baloise AG Switzerland
16:40 - 17:10 30 mins
Connected Services: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
5G: Rolling Out the Network for True Connectivity
  • Panellist Thomas de Vial - ‎Senior Product Manager, Continental
  • Panellist Iain Macbeth - Senior Foresight Manager, Directorate of Transport Innovation, Transport for London
  • Panellist Mikael Fallgren - Chairman, 5G PPP Automotive WG
  • Panellist Johannes Springer - Program Lead 5G Automotive Program, Group Technology and Digital Division/ Connected Mobility, Deutsche Telekom AG / T-Systems International GmbH
  • Moderator David Wong - Technology and Innovation Manager, SMMT

Forecasts for standardized 5G network roll-out keep being brought forward and the possibilities of what it can do seem to be endless. Learn what it means for automotive.

  • LTE or 5G? Understand where to invest in both the short and long term, plus get up-to-date on the progress in developing 5G standards and regulation
  • Learn what functionality will be enabled by 5G, e.g. V2X, over-the-air software updates, and how a shared spectrum opens up cross-industry services and sharing
  • Map out the ecosystem for 5G development and roll-out to identify the best partners to work with to make it happen!
16:50 - 17:20 30 mins
Smart Cities & Mobility: Room K1
Mobility as a Service: From “Niche” to Scale
  • Panellist Armin Fendrich - General Manager EMEA, Ridecell
  • Panellist Sampo Hietanen - CEO, MaaS Global
  • Panellist James Dawson - Global Head of Strategy, Connected Car, Cisco Jasper
  • Panellist Cyril Zeller - VP – Key Accounts, Scope Technology
  • Moderator Cyril Maury - Strategy and Innovation Manager, Claro Partners

MaaS is gaining traction in Europe. Understand how to go from a one-city (or neighbourhood!) solution to implement your offerings at scale.

  • Fragmented pilots and niche market openings make the mobility market difficult for new starters. Strategise to achieve scale, incl. going beyond cars to integrate bikes
  • Identify new customers as mobility becomes commoditised e.g. Cities and businesses - understand their needs & processes
  • The UX sweet spot: Achieving a unified MaaS interface for seamless payment & travel remains a challenge. Understand the legal questions and identify the right partners
17:10 - 17:30 20 mins
Connected Services: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Inside The Mind of a Hacker: Putting the Brakes on Cyberattacks Targeting Connected Cars
  • Speaker Stacy Janes - Chief Security Architect, Irdeto

The increased connectivity and complexity in modern vehicles is resulting in new risks and threats to personal safety, security and privacy. How can the connected car ecosystem be secured?

  • Discover how hackers have exploited vulnerabilities to access a vehicle’s ECUs, controller area network (CAN) bus systems, & even auto. apps through the cloud
  • Implement a well-defined strategy where OEMs, tier-ones and IT service providers work together to define cybersecurity solutions. Understand vulnerabilities from a hacker’s perspective
  • Understand both threats and risks, and adopt new practices, such as a defence in-depth approach to cybersecurity. Ensure long-term success as the software-defined vehicle evolves
17:20 - 17:50 30 mins
Smart Cities & Mobility: Room K1
V2X: Overcoming the Communication Barriers!
  • Panellist Tim Leinmueller - ‎Senior Product Manager, DENSO
  • Panellist Martin Nemcik - Connectivity Strategy Specialist, Skoda
  • Panellist Jozsef Kovacs - CEO, Commsignia
  • Panellist Alberto Bonamico - Business Development Director, Airgain Inc
  • Moderator Dominique Bonte - Managing Director and Vice President, B2B, ABI Research

Connecting the car to intelligent transport systems and other cars is a crucial facet of safety and collision avoidance. Here, we assess the prospects for V2X connections.

  • Retrofitting V2X - Learn the need for the aftermarket to offer "V2X in boxes", like GPS navigation, to create a critical mass of vehicles that can connect to smart infrastructure
  • Debate how V2X based on 4G/5G, Wi-Fi, ITS G5 connections can offer fast, uninterrupted sessions to meet latency requirements for critical applications
  • Examine how V2V/V2X will evolve as we transition to fully autonomous vehicles in a longer timeframe
17:30 - 18:00 30 mins
Connected Services: Plenary Theatre, Hall 3
Delivering The Hyper-Personalised UX: Infotainment
  • Panellist Alexander Klotz - Director of R&D – Interior Electronics, Continental
  • Panellist Abraham Philip - Manger, Connected Vehicle and Services Organization, Ford Europe
  • Panellist Michael Vaeth - Regional Vice President, ForgeRock
  • Panellist Morten Faust - Director of Automotive, Gracenote
  • Panellist Andrew Nash - Automotive Sales Director, V-Traffic Services (Mediamobile)
  • Moderator Krishna Jayaraman - Head Connected Car Research, Frost & Sullivan

Vehicle interiors have never been more complicated, from balancing the needs for elegant user experiences while minimising distractions, to pulling data through sensor fusion technologies to the cloud.

  • Debate the importance of an in-house, proprietary platform and operating system vs. an open source base platform as we move towards shared, integrated vehicles
  • Partner across industries to deliver the experience that consumers expect from next gen vehicles, such as connection to home, enabling brought in devices, and high personalisation
  • Get a glimpse of the new technologies in infotainment, incl. occupant authentication, personal profile audio & cognitive infotainment
18:00 - 19:30 90 mins
Networking Drinks Reception