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Day 1: Tuesday 30 October 2018
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07:45 - 09:00 75 mins
Registration, Exhibition & Welcome Coffee
09:00 - 09:05 5 mins
Welcome from TU-Automotive
09:05 - 09:15 10 mins
Chairperson's Opening Remarks
  • Andrew Grant - Intelligent Mobility Analyst, Bloomberg NEF
09:15 - 09:35 20 mins
Info
When do we make money with mobility?
  • Roger Lanctot - Director, Automotive Connected Mobility, Global Automotive Practice, Strategy Analytics

Nearly every car maker is investing in mobility technology including apps, car sharing, ride hailing investments and car subscription offerings.

Market uptake and profitability have been uneven and elusive. What have we learned and when and how will we turn the corner on profitability?

09:35 - 09:55 20 mins
Info
Connected Commerce in the Car – The New Consumer Marketplace
  • Sebastian Lasek - Head of Connectivity, Skoda
  • Consumers spend billions of Euros on their commutes. More cars than phones have been added to the mobile network creating huge monetization opportunities
  • How can merchants utilise the consumer data sets at their disposition (i.e. locations etc.) to engage directly with consumers via the infotainment system?
  • Who do automaker need to partner with to facilitate transactions from the vehicle to the point of sale?
09:55 - 10:15 20 mins
Info
Technology ready, Consumer ready: What’s required to scale data for the mass market
  • Paul Stacy - R&D Director, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
  • It’s all about the consumer: how can articulate the value to them?
  • How ready are the insurers and OEMs? What is the impact across both value chains?
  • Understanding the value of the exchange mechanics: Data rights, permissions and compliance
10:15 - 10:35 20 mins
Info
Simulating Success: How to Get New Mobility Services Right the First Time
  • Raphael Gindrat - Founder & CEO, Bestmile
  • Predictable service planning in a world of unknowns
  • Requirements for an accurate simulation
  • Managing KPIs: wait times, trip times, pooling and vehicle utilization
  • Planning to production
  • Case study
10:35 - 11:20 45 mins
Coffee, Exhibition & Networking
11:20 - 11:40 20 mins
Info
Investing in the Future of Mobility– Adding value to the customer journey
  • Lars Klawitter - Executive Director, Strategic Business Unit InMotion Ventures, Jaguar Land Rover
  • Interviewer: Andrew Grant - Intelligent Mobility Analyst, Bloomberg NEF
  • As mobility services become ubiquitous, learn how premium brand OEMs see the future of mobility evolving
  • Gain insight into how the top end of the market is investing in this space and the strategy behind these choices
  • Explore the premium options for mobility and the differentiation, from luxury automated pods driven by brand experience to valet services
11:40 - 12:10 30 mins
Info
The Data Fuelled Vehicle
  • Colin Wilcock - Chairman of the Board, 5G Infrastructure Association
  • Lisa Joy Rosner - Chief Marketing Officer, Otonomo
  • Sofia Granath - Director Strategy and Product Management, WirelessCar
  • Moderator: Andrew Grant - Intelligent Mobility Analyst, Bloomberg NEF
  • Get to grips with how to monetize connected car data (i.e. location, audio, driving behaviour) by breaking through industry silos (i.e. media, insurance, smart cities)
  • Enable access to data for third parties to be able to scale services; e.g. opening up SDKs for APIs, plus share data without compromising the security & privacy required by GDPR
  • Use driving & driver data to deliver a personalised user experience & discuss the role of AI in delivering data driven solutions
12:10 - 12:30 20 mins
Info
Customer Experience as one of the key new paradigm of the automobile
  • Benoit Joly - Sales & Marketing for Connectivity, Mobility and Autonomous Services, Renault Group
  • Learn how digital technologies are changing the customer journey within the automotive industry from purchase to constant engagement throughout the vehicle lifecycle
  • Explore how customer experience impacts the automotive business and customer engagement by building brand loyalty – or killing it
  • Understand recent developments in the digital lifestyle e.g. the proliferation of smart assistants, smart cities and business ecosystems that will impact the customer experience and expectations
12:30 - 12:50 20 mins
Wireless Car Presentation
  • Martin Rosell - Managing Director, WirelessCar
12:50 - 14:20 90 mins
Lunch, Exhibition & Networking
14:20 - 14:50 30 mins Free
Info
Connected Services
Fireside Chat: Digitalisation of OEMs: From Hardware to Software, UX and the new economy of the automobile
  • Interviewer: Tom Harle - Strategy Principal, ustwo auto
  • Tanja Neubert - Head of UX Design Paris, Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi - Alliance Connected Vehicles
  • Gain insight into how OEMs are managing the shift from hardware to software - is more collaboration required across automakers and industry partners e.g. tech companies?
  • Think Human! Debate how automotive can create relevant technologies for future customer / societal needs, plus get an understanding of the end-to-end customer journey to design the right services
  • Battle of the brands: Discuss how brand image will change in a mobility as a service environment, plus identify the possible brand-related challenges presented by the further commoditisation of mobility
14:20 - 14:50 30 mins
Info
Smart Cities & Mobility
Redefining Mobility for The Urban Dweller
  • Antonin Guy - VP Sales & Marketing, Vulog
  • The on-demand world has come for transportation! Now it’s hailing a ride or finding a nearby bike, but in future it could be Automated-Mobility-on-Demand (AMoD). Map out how to develop these services
  • It’s all about the algorithms. Use ICT solutions & data analytics to tailor services and manage e.g. peak times, optimised routing and supply/demand of shared mobility assets
  • Collaboration is the key to success. Learn from the partnership already underway to offer shared or on-demand urban mobility such as autonomous pods and smart-routed buses
14:50 - 15:20 30 mins Free
Info
Connected Services
The Key to Securely Drive Current and Future OEM Business Models
  • Stacy Janes - Chief Security Architect, Irdeto

How the automotive industry views cybersecurity needs a rethink. Instead of seeing a financial burden, it’s important to address cybersecurity concerns and understand how cybersecurity enables new services and business models made possible by the connectivity

  • Identify vulnerabilities in connected cars and the steps to take to help address them.
  • Learn the importance of protecting business data and securely enforcing policies, to allow business owners to deliver customizable experiences to their customers
  • Safely implement and monetize new business models by securely managing and controlling the services offered in the vehicle
14:50 - 15:20 30 mins
Info
Smart Cities & Mobility
Mobility as a Service - adapting to a new ecosystem
  • Julien Masson - Head of Connected Car, Orange Business Services
  • Nathaniel Giraitis - Director of Strategy, Smart Design
  • Michael Cottle - VP of Sales & Customer Success, Bestmile
  • Moderator: Rich Radka - Co-Founder, Claro Partners
  • Deliver value added value services– are we moving towards a future of car sharing or ride sharing?
  • Learn why building relationships with the city is essential to understand what mobility service will benefit the city best
  • Clarify the new MaaS ecosystem and who delivers what service. Is the automaker still on top?
14:50 - 15:10 20 mins Free
Info
Project Kairos
14:30 – 14:50: Mapping the road ahead: How are OEM’s preparing for the future of Auto-Tech through start-up investment?

Manufacturers are investing in start-ups to develop new innovative solutions. But what are manufacturers looking for? And how can we make the journey to a successful partnership a smooth ride? 

  • Established companies with complex product platforms can be a challenge to partner with. Learn how to get your foot in the door and remember that sometimes, external partners might be the crucial connection. 
  • Each manufacturer has different needs. Identify where your startup can add to their strategy and offer solutions 
  • Implementing new technology in the auto industry takes time. Learn why endurance is the key to partnership success, and how not to burn out after the first lap 
  • What can OEM’s do to facilitate partnerships with start-ups?
15:10 - 15:40 30 mins Free
Info
Project Kairos
Industry review: where can start-ups compete in the automotive Industry?
  • David Murray-Hundley - Founder, Tech London Advocates Automotive

With the first autonomous car expected in less than a decade, the automotive industry is rapidly evolving. But how can start-ups stay ahead of industry changes with limited resources? And how do you know when an industry expert will be a crucial addition to your team?

  • This panel will explore how start-ups can grow and experiment with new technology by understanding where investment is focused and where the industry gaps remain.
  • New avenues are opening up to start-ups in MaaS and insurance, but how can you present the value of your idea to investors within these new opportunities?
  • With Great Wall Motors and other OEMs extending global competition beyond Europe, how can start-ups become part of the international automotive industry?
  • Understand, utilise, monestise: why OEM’s need start-ups to utilise new data generated by the connected car.
15:20 - 15:50 30 mins Free
Info
Connected Services
Fireside Chat: Re-inventing the Wheel – The relationship between OEMs and Start-ups
  • Scott Lyons - Business, Partner & Strategy Development, Connected Vehicle Platform & Products Organisation, Ford of Europe
  • Learnings from a leading car company - applying new thinking to an old industry
  • The future of working with start-ups – the evolution of where this relationship is going
  • Adjust company culture & business thinking from manufacturer to service provider
15:20 - 15:50 30 mins
Info
Smart Cities & Mobility
Reviving Mobility - The future of Automotive
  • It’s not just about the car! Embracing Cloud & AI Services to redefine the user experience
  • Adjust company culture & business thinking from manufacturer to service provider.
  • From software to operations and customer service, what new skills and departments are needed?
15:40 - 16:30 50 mins Free
Info
Project Kairos
Pitch Off Group One: AI, IoT & Blockchain

5 startups in each group will face off on the Project Kairos stage and deliver their pitches to earn a spot in the finals.  One winner will be chosen from each group and will compete in the finals.

15:50 - 16:35 45 mins Free
Connected Services
Coffee, Exhibition & Networking
15:50 - 16:35 45 mins
Smart Cities & Mobility
Coffee, Exhibition & Networking
16:30 - 16:50 20 mins Free
Info
Project Kairos
Start-Up pitstop: How to get your start-up business out of the garage and onto the industry track

Your innovative idea needs to be supported by your business strategy. Learn how to form a business plan that suits your partnerships and goals within the industry, whilst avoiding the common start-up potholes.

  • Business basics: Keep your team working together towards your product and know when to rely on outside support and knowledge.
  • Industry culture: The disbalance between huge corporations and small startups is only going to grow. How can start-ups avoid “culture clashes” when entering the industry?
  • Solution driven: OEM’s want solutions to customer needs. Keep your start-up focused on solving a consumer problem to appeal within the automotive ecosystem
  • Approach: your business and team should fit with your Business model. Accelerators, incubators, OEM  and Venture Client models are all common platforms, and government funding in automotive is growing. Learn which one works for you.
16:35 - 17:05 30 mins Free
Info
Connected Services
Through the fog - Cloud vs. Edge
  • Colin Wilcock - Chairman of the Board, 5G Infrastructure Association
  • Cut through the fog: Understand the difference between vehicle as an IoT edge device to enhance services & data sharing and on-board edge processing for vehicle functionality.
  • Find the balance vehicle edge computing (i.e. sensor data, critical local processing) for real-time decisions and advanced data processing on the cloud
  • Has the demand for connectivity, location based services and value-added services moved the community away from a ‘battle of hardware’ towards a ‘battle of ecosystems’?
16:35 - 17:05 30 mins
Info
Smart Cities & Mobility
Building a connected city
  • Understanding and anticipating trends that affect life in a big city and using ICT to develop and implement concrete solutions
  • How is IoT technology making cities smarter and better?
  • Learn the benefits of adopting an integrated approach to both smart city technology integration and partnerships, including public private partnerships (P3)
  • Understand & anticipate trends that affect urban transportation incl. urbanisation & sprawl. Harness ICT & data to develop and implement concrete solutions via e.g. real-time transit data
  • Explore how IoT technology is making cities smarter through e.g. enabling cities to monitor, connect, manage & optimise city infrastructure & services – identify where auto can contribute  
16:50 - 17:40 50 mins Free
Info
Project Kairos
Pitch Off Group Two: Mobility Services & & Electrification

5 startups in each group will face off on the Project Kairos stage and deliver 5 minute pitches to earn a spot in the finals.  One winner will be chosen from each group and will compete in the finals.

17:05 - 17:35 30 mins Free
Info
Connected Services
The Digital Transformation of the Insurance Company
  • Tim Marlow - Head of Autonomous and Connected Vehicle Research, Ageas
  • Matthew Jones - Director, Anthemis Group
  • How will motor insurance evolve as connectivity and automation both evolve
  • The telematics comeback for insurance…How is insurance telematics gaining traction across Europe?
  • Changing customer touchpoints & engagement with connected claims
  • Understanding car data to prepare for autonomous mobility
  • Personal ownership vs. shared mobility – how will we be insuring vehicles, journeys and mobility
17:05 - 17:35 30 mins
Info
Smart Cities & Mobility
The Impact of 5G for AD & Mobility Services
  • Juergen Danis - VP Global Sales Connected Vehicles, Ericsson
  • Why is 5G relevant for AD & Mobility Services
  • The Network Defined Vehicle
  • Path to execute towards the future vision
17:40 - 18:40 60 mins
Networking Drinks Reception
07:45 - 09:00

Registration, Exhibition & Welcome Coffee

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09:00 - 09:05
Welcome from TU-Automotive

Welcome from TU-Automotive

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09:05 - 09:15
Info

Chairperson's Opening Remarks

  • Andrew Grant - Intelligent Mobility Analyst, Bloomberg NEF
More
09:15 - 09:35
Info

When do we make money with mobility?

Nearly every car maker is investing in mobility technology including apps, car sharing, ride hailing investments and car subscription offerings.

Market uptake and profitability have been uneven and elusive. What have we learned and when and how will we turn the corner on profitability?

  • Roger Lanctot - Director, Automotive Connected Mobility, Global Automotive Practice, Strategy Analytics
More
09:35 - 09:55
Info

Connected Commerce in the Car – The New Consumer Marketplace

  • Consumers spend billions of Euros on their commutes. More cars than phones have been added to the mobile network creating huge monetization opportunities
  • How can merchants utilise the consumer data sets at their disposition (i.e. locations etc.) to engage directly with consumers via the infotainment system?
  • Who do automaker need to partner with to facilitate transactions from the vehicle to the point of sale?
  • Sebastian Lasek - Head of Connectivity, Skoda
More
09:55 - 10:15
Info

Technology ready, Consumer ready: What’s required to scale data for the mass market

  • It’s all about the consumer: how can articulate the value to them?
  • How ready are the insurers and OEMs? What is the impact across both value chains?
  • Understanding the value of the exchange mechanics: Data rights, permissions and compliance
  • Paul Stacy - R&D Director, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
More
10:15 - 10:35
Info

Simulating Success: How to Get New Mobility Services Right the First Time

  • Predictable service planning in a world of unknowns
  • Requirements for an accurate simulation
  • Managing KPIs: wait times, trip times, pooling and vehicle utilization
  • Planning to production
  • Case study
  • Raphael Gindrat - Founder & CEO, Bestmile
More
10:35 - 11:20

Coffee, Exhibition & Networking

More
11:20 - 11:40
Info

Investing in the Future of Mobility– Adding value to the customer journey

  • As mobility services become ubiquitous, learn how premium brand OEMs see the future of mobility evolving
  • Gain insight into how the top end of the market is investing in this space and the strategy behind these choices
  • Explore the premium options for mobility and the differentiation, from luxury automated pods driven by brand experience to valet services
  • Lars Klawitter - Executive Director, Strategic Business Unit InMotion Ventures, Jaguar Land Rover
  • Interviewer: Andrew Grant - Intelligent Mobility Analyst, Bloomberg NEF
More
11:40 - 12:10
Info

The Data Fuelled Vehicle

  • Get to grips with how to monetize connected car data (i.e. location, audio, driving behaviour) by breaking through industry silos (i.e. media, insurance, smart cities)
  • Enable access to data for third parties to be able to scale services; e.g. opening up SDKs for APIs, plus share data without compromising the security & privacy required by GDPR
  • Use driving & driver data to deliver a personalised user experience & discuss the role of AI in delivering data driven solutions
  • Colin Wilcock - Chairman of the Board, 5G Infrastructure Association
  • Lisa Joy Rosner - Chief Marketing Officer, Otonomo
  • Sofia Granath - Director Strategy and Product Management, WirelessCar
  • Moderator: Andrew Grant - Intelligent Mobility Analyst, Bloomberg NEF
More
12:10 - 12:30
Info

Customer Experience as one of the key new paradigm of the automobile

  • Learn how digital technologies are changing the customer journey within the automotive industry from purchase to constant engagement throughout the vehicle lifecycle
  • Explore how customer experience impacts the automotive business and customer engagement by building brand loyalty – or killing it
  • Understand recent developments in the digital lifestyle e.g. the proliferation of smart assistants, smart cities and business ecosystems that will impact the customer experience and expectations
  • Benoit Joly - Sales & Marketing for Connectivity, Mobility and Autonomous Services, Renault Group
More
12:30 - 12:50
Info

Wireless Car Presentation

  • Martin Rosell - Managing Director, WirelessCar
More
12:50 - 14:20

Lunch, Exhibition & Networking

More
Showing of Streams
17:40 - 18:40

Networking Drinks Reception

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