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Here's what caught our attention on Day 2:

First hand insights from real world testing
First hand insights from real world testing

The speakers taking the stage on day two were sharing their unguarded, first hand experiences of real-world testing

Cutting edge panel debates
Cutting edge panel debates

We had dynamic and engaging discussions between our panelists, as well as plenty of insightful and thought provoking questions from the audience. There were some great futurist insights to be had, with mobility and security emerging as clear challenges and opportunities for the auto tech ecosystem.

Start-up pitch-off final
Start-up pitch-off final

Eleven startups were whittled down to just 4 during day one's first round battles. Today, the 4 best startups went head to head for the final and sparks were flying! But there can only be one winner and that winner was... (drumroll)... Twikit. Twikit did a fun and entertaining pitch of their mass-customisable and made-to-fit car personalisation products and customisation interface. Congratulations to Twikit!


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