The automotive industry is on a course of electronic systems integration that is essential for competitive advantage as all functions of the vehicle become increasingly electronic. Coordination of nomadic and integrated communications systems will become more predominant in 2008 and 2009.
Novi, MI (PRWEB) May 5, 2008
At the Telematics Detroit 2008 conference the future for automotive, mobile and web-based telematics will be revealed by 100+ industry leaders
Toyota, Ford, BMW, Nissan, Garmin, TomTom, T-Mobile to name just a few, will be gathering in Detroit for this Years Telematics Conference. This year is set to be bigger than ever with 1,200+ senior level executives who will be attending the keynotes followed by 4 two-day multi-tracks on Navigation & Location, Infotainment, Asset Management & Monitoring and Intelligent Vehicle Safety, as well as networking at the cocktail reception & coffee breaks.
As the Telematics industry looks to dramatically alter its landscape, adjust its business approach, renew or reassess its partnerships and revamp its portfolio strategies, the 8th annual Telematics Detroit will continue to take centre stage as the industry's lifeline to success.
Climate change in the digital automotive & mobile industry is happening now. Telematics Detroit Conference gives you the knowledge to adapt to the change in weather. There is something to interest everyone with in-depth tracks covering Navigation & Location, Infotainment, Asset Management & Monitoring and Intelligent Vehicle Safety.
We have taken feedback from 2007 to create an even more focused agenda and added even more top-level industry speakers such as Thilo Koslowski from Gartner, Erik Goldman- President of Hughes Telematics, Fran Dance- Telematics Business Development Manager for BMW, as well as many more making up our 100+ Conference Speakers. To take a look at who will be attending the Conference this year, go to http://www.telematicsupdate.com/detroit2008/conference_attendees.shtml and see the sample attendee list.
Speaker Dominique Bonte, Principal Analyst for ABI Research has given us a small taster of what he will have to say at this year's conference, "The three main trends will be convergence, openness and connectivity with those solutions combining all three aspects becoming most successful."
Speaker Steve Underwood, Director Transportation and Information Systems Planning, Center for Automotive Research gives us this insight into the approaching conference, "The automotive industry is on a course of electronic systems integration that is essential for competitive advantage as all functions of the vehicle become increasingly electronic. Coordination of nomadic and integrated communications systems will become more predominant in 2008 and 2009."
To take a look at the timed conference program for Telematics Detroit 2008 Conference go to
Ticket prices range between $1,895 and $2,695 and the show is very close to selling-out.
For more information on this years conference contact:
Miss Precksha Saksena
Project Director for Telematics Detroit 2008 - Conference, Exhibition, Awards
t. + 44 (0) 207 375 7198
f. + 44 (0) 207 375 7576
tf. 1 800 814 3459 ext 271