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Highlights from Day 1

Here's what caught our attention today:

Start-ups head to head onstage
Start-ups head to head onstage

Auto tech battle of the fittest - We saw 11 of the most innovative start-ups in the connected car, mobility, autonomous vehicles space take the stage for a pitch off, with our panel of expert judges scoring them on their pitching skills, product viability and innovativeness. Four of the best startups will proceed to the final on Day 2. Join us tomorrow to find out who will win. Will it be road.travel, InMotion, Vinka or Twikit?

Learn more about the startup programme
Plenary Sessions
Plenary Sessions

Keynote presentations and panels featuring BMW, Skoda, Renault and InMotion. Our brilliant keynote speakers shared cutting edge insights on the topics dominating conversation in the industry, including; partnerships, security and privacy.

Get a head start - look at tomorrow's agenda
Expo Floor
Expo Floor

Today's expo was ram packed with a great buzz, and featured some fantastic exhibitors, including Bestmile, Bics, Irdeto, Continual, GMV and Gracenote. We were happy to see so many people deep in conversation, forming new relationships and trading business cards.

Check out the full list of sponsors & exhibitors


Read this report to learn more on the following key takeaways from TU-Automotive Europe 2018. What you'll learn:

  • Revving up the connected car roadmap for 2019
  • The future of the auto Industry is partnerships
  • Connecting the connected car requires more than connectivity
  • Looking beyond the traditional auto ecosystem
  • Governments & OEMs need to get to grips with our autonomous future