By creating a bespoke automotive data event we not only aim to stay relevant to even the most future thinking companies but also have the opportunity to help foster change.
(PRWEB) January 21, 2015
Telematics Berlin is TU-Automotive’s inaugural focused European Automotive Data forum. As the industry has moved on from purely content and apps in the car – so has the event. The forum will bring together the full industry value chain whilst focusing on OEMs and Tier 1s as the instigators of change. Expect to see thought leaders discuss issues from security to monetisation to information sharing, all with automotive data as their epicentre.
Chris Breger, Project Director for Telematics Berlin, said: “One thing we value above all at TU-Automotive is staying ahead of industry trends. By creating a bespoke automotive data event we not only aim to stay relevant to even the most future thinking companies but also have the opportunity to help foster change.”
Pass Discount To Run Out Soon
Follow the link below to get your 400€ discount for Telematics Berlin 2015 before January 23rd: http://www.tu-auto.com/berlin/register.php
Top Influencers in Automotive Data speaking:
- Ulrich Fastenrath, Head - Traffic Information Management & Routing Optimization, BMW
- Francois Huere, Public Affairs Delegate for Road Safety and ITS, PSA
- Redmeer Van der Meer, Division General Manager, Nissan
- David Green, Director of Market Development, Volvo
- Steffen Schäfer, Senior Principal for Mobility IT Solutions, Siemens
- Dr Johann Prenninger, Head of Field Data Analytics, BMW
- Jörg Lützner, Director of Online Services, Continental
- Gino Franco, CIO, SWARCO
- Laurianne Kid, Programme Director, FIA
- Antti Aumo, Managing Director, Mirror Link
- Francois Croc, Master Expert - Diagnostics, PSA
- Martin Kristensson, Director Connected Services, Volvo
And many more…
The full speaker line-up is available on the Telematics Berlin website: http://www.tu-auto.com/berlin/
TU-Automotive have had their ear to the industry’s heartbeat to find the issues central to connected car data:
- A Survival Guide to a Changing Industry: With automakers rebranding as tech. companies and MNOs encroaching on traditional TSP territory, where will you fit in as the narrative moves from drivetrains and calls centres and to data and the cloud?
- Connected Car Data – Don’t Be Evil: The business potential for data seems unlimited, but consumer trust is everything. Balance personalisation and revenue opportunities with privacy concerns to deliver killer non-intrusive services that dispel big brother fears
- Securing the Connected Car: To defeat one’s enemy one must first understand one’s enemy. Tackle the three security pillars of who, how and why to eliminate the serious threat that hackers pose to a network of connected vehicles
- Panning for Gold - From Raw Data to Meaningful Insights: Can you handle the exponential growth in data? Master the huge analytics task required to integrate complex vehicle information into OEM business decisions ranging from CRM to vehicle design
- Laying The Foundation of the Smart City: Create a platform for data exchange between vehicles, individuals and cities to put traffic management and auto mobility services at the centre of the multi-modal urban transportation system
- The Future of the In-Car Operating System: The consumer giant announcements have been made, the automakers have made their pledges, but with renewed delays to the CE battle cries, the future has yet to be decided. Who will deliver the decisive blow for OS supremacy?
Testimonials from Previous Attendees:
Frost & Sullivan: “This event has represented one of the rare cases where you don't get just commercial presentations, but real valuable content.”
Pirelli: “Glad to have been a part of an exciting 2 day event. Very happy we could collaborate for the event and looking forward to future events.”
Alpine: “Excellent speakers -highly interesting up-to-date topics - very good opportunities for networking.”
Tracking Automotive Technology: TU-Automotive is the reference point and communications hub for the evolving automotive technology segment as it converges with consumer electronics, mobile and IoT to re-define connectivity, mobility and autonomous use-cases.
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