Telematics Update: Take Risks and Reap Rewards

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Telematics Update: Telematics proves indespensible at Telematics Munich 2011

As with any developing technology space, it is easy to think that all progression is risky, as there are no direct experiences to reflect on. However, this is never really the case. The parallels that can be drawn cross-sector between emerging technologies are paramount.

It has been noted that the current state of telematics resembles the transition period that the mobile space saw pre and post iPhone. Telematics is on the cusp of a large scale enigmatic change and now it’s time to reap the rewards from the seeds that have already been sown. As with the mobile industry, telematics is reaching summit point in-terms of the hardware and equipment that is available and therefore the industry is starting to differentiate itself in a new manner: Applications and services

The smartphone revolutionised the post-sales download market and this is exactly what we should expect to see with Telematics.

These changes will involve the upsurge of current business models and practices in the industry and therefore cannot be tackled alone. Sharing and learning from past and current experience is the only way to survive in this turbulent environment.

Telematics Munich 2011 Conference and Exhibition (9th-10th November)… will bring together executives and thought leaders to allow you to learn about the latest business model solutions and maximise on partnership and networking opportunities. An independently researched program and a world renowned collection of over 50 expert speakers will ensure your business is fully prepared for the emerging new-era of telematics.

Expert speakers from Fiat, Audi, SAAB, Volvo, BMW, Ford, Toyota, Continental, Zurich, ERTICO, The Linux Foundation, Generali and many more

Key topics include:

  •     Embracing Open Innovation in the Automotive Space
  •     eCall Implementation in Europe and other Regions
  •     Streamlining Consumer Connectivity in Europe
  •     Cloud Services and Connected Infotainment for the Car
  •     Telematics Application and Usage within ‘Car as a Service’ (CAAS)

For the complete Telematics Munich 2011 conference program and speaker line-up, access the e-brochure at or, contact the Telematics Update team at munich(at)telematicsupdate(dot)com

Register today to join 500+ senior delegates: via the secure link:

Emily Savage
Conference Director | Telematics Update
esavage(at)telematicupdate(dot)com | +44 (0) 207 375 7532


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