Telematics Update’s Content & Apps for Automotive USA 2011 To Discuss How Cloud-Hosted Services & Applications Will Dominate In-Car Driver Experience

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App Revenue from downloads alone is expected to reach almost $2billion by the end of 2012. Telematics Update’s Content & Apps for Automotive USA 2011 will gather together automakers, app developers, handset manufacturers, content providers and wireless carriers to discuss how to increase revenue from in-car apps and automotive content. The $200 registration discount expires on Friday 7th October, 2011.

The content & apps market is at a crucial tipping point. If a real return on investment is to be achieved the automotive industry must answer the following questions:

  •     What key trends are driving app usage and how is this behaviour changing?
  •     Are consumers will to buy dedicated in-car apps?
  •     What is the best way to engage the app development community?
  •     How will new players such as software developers influence content offerings?

The two-day business-focused conference will bring together over 250 leaders of the automotive sector with the most innovative app developers.

Ford, Pioneer, Pandora, Slacker, Nokia, Kia, Hyundai, GM, Toyota, BMW, Amazon and many more will discuss their content & apps strategies.

“Excellent networking opportunities with industry peers balanced well with debates and discussions on key industry issues. “ RIM

“The show was great for networking. “ Toyota

93% of 2010 attendees would recommend the conference to a colleague.

Register for the conference before Friday 7th October and you will save $200 on your conference pass. To register securely go to:

About Telematics Update:
Telematics Update Conferences are the most prestigious in the industry. We produce the largest telematics events in North America, Europe & Asia, and attract the most influential speakers providing a rich environment for establishing strategic relationships and networking.

For more information on Content & Apps for Automotive 2011 contact Krystyna Grant on +44 207 375 7241 or email kgrant(at)us.telematicsupdate(dot)com


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