(PRWEB) August 10, 2015
Mr Van Gaever’s involvement comes at a time when the European Commission is setting aside millions of Euros worth of funding for research and pilot deployments within vehicle automation along the C-ITS corridor (running from Rotterdam to Vienna via Frankfurt). The aim of such initiatives is to integrate automated vehicles into the overall goal of making mobility safer, smarter and cleaner. Mr Gaever will highlight how a sea change in the Commission’s thinking surrounding transport policy will allow vehicles with more automated features to fit into smart cities that contain digitalised infrastructure (such as smart traffic lights). Mr Gaever’s presentation will complement the address of another intergovernmental organisation on this topic – that of Francois Guichard, Economic Affairs Officer and Engineer, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.
Speaking of the inclusion of the EC and the UNECE, Project Manager for TU-Automotive Europe, Jack Palmer, said, “Like TU-Automotive, these two international organisations see the convergence of connectivity, mobility and automated technology as crucial to the future of auto mobility. Our delegates are going to get a thorough analysis of the political challenges and opportunities in this space”.
Europe’s Top Automotive Technology Minds All on One Stage in One Place
Here is a snapshot of who else to expect amongst 120 thought leaders at TU-Automotive Europe -
- Pierre Masai, CIO, Toyota Motors Europe
- Dieter May, SVP for New Digital Data and Business Models, BMW
- Robert Henrich, CEO, moovel
- Dr Aravind Bharadwaj, SVP Advanced Technology for Automotive, Mahindra & Mahindra
- Peter Frans Pauwels, Co-Founder, Head of Product Innovation, TomTom Management Board
- Thierry Le Hay, Director, Innovation, Peugeot Citroen Alliance
- Martin Kristensson, Director Connectivity Strategy, Volvo Cars
- Mike Bell, Global Connected Car Director, Jaguar Land Rover
- Jürgen Dickmann, Leader for Research & Development – Active Sensors, Daimler
- Francois Guichard, Transport: Vehicle Regulations & Transport Innovations, United Nations
Topics: The Trends Driving On Demand, Sustainable, Consumer-Driven Mobility
The 2015 agenda is now available. As ever, there will be an acute focus on telematics and connectivity, but to reflect the other hot trends in the industry right now, TU-Automotive Europe will also cover mobility and autonomous technology.
- Data - The Industry’s Holy Grail? Streams of in-car data promise a new frontier of services but how do we best feel the full weight of its power?
- Mobility Transformed: Electric? Automated? Shared? Discover how disruptors and automakers will develop tech for emerging use cases to create the car of tomorrow
- From ADAS to Autonomous: Take a step-by-step approach to overcome hurdles relating to active safety, regulations and consumer acceptance as the car becomes more automated
Download the full event brochure here - http://1.tu-auto.com/LP=2721
“TU-Automotive Europe was indeed the Paris Motorshow of the telematics world” Kia
“The show was very well organized and gave a comprehensive overview of the main trends in the main telematics market segments” Ford Europe
“One of the best industry shows I have been at from an industry networking perspective!” Microsoft
“TU-Automotive is really a great opportunity to get so many market insights and new contacts in such short time period” Audi
Contact the TU-Automotive Europe team at europe(at)tu-auto(dot)com
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