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29 October, 2019
INFINITY Hotel & Conference Resort,
Munich

THE HOME OF INNOVATION IN AUTOMOTIVE INSURANCE

For insurers, tech innovators and OEMS to discuss innovation in the automotive insurance offering from claims procedures to the impact of the growing autonomous car industry.

Co-located with TU-Automotive Europe 2019.

2019 Speakers

DISCUSSING THE BUSINESS CRITICAL ISSUES IN AUTO INSURANCE

Collaboration and partnerships

See how insurers and OEMs are forming alliances to adapt to the evolving insurance industry.

Claims automation

AI and machine learning are changing the way people make insurance claims.

Telematics

What is their role in the future of insurances models and risk profiles?

ADAS systems

Do they increase safety or distraction? How will this impact insurance?

Carbon Consciousness

The business case for carbon consciousness in the automotive insurance industry.

Autonomous cars

How will they be insured? Who is liable?

THE BUSINESS EVENT FOR AUTOMOTIVE INSURANCE

See a breakdown of the TU-Automotive Auto Insurtech Europe 2019:

200+
Auto Insurance Ecosystem Executives
75+
Insurance Attendees
50+
Handpicked Expert Speakers
25+
Presentations, Panels, Hands-on Workshops with Speaker Q&A
20+
Exhibitor Booths
20+
Automaker Representatives

Diamond Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Exhibitors

CO-LOCATED WITH TU-AUTOMOTIVE EUROPE 2019

TU-Automotive Europe is back again for 2019 with the promise of more networking with industry leaders, the opportunity for you to make more connections across the ecosystem and a two-day programme.

How close is close? How far do we need to go to take the driver out of the loop? Connected Vehicles or In-Car Companions? What will it take to convince consumers to take the EV plunge? What is needed to bring urban shared mobility services to the suburban environment?