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Opening KeynoteMs. Aina Nilsson Ström, Design Director of Volvo Trucks at Volvo AB (invited)
How Does Automotive Plug Into IoT?Format: Presentation with Q&A
Speaker(s): Intel, Mentor Graphics
In the world of IoT, everything is about sharing. However, implementations are showing up with small private clouds of information trapped in a storm. How will suppliers find a common ground?
Cars Are Connected, Where Are The Applications?Format: Panel
Discussion Moderator: Egil Juliussen, IHS Automotive
Invited Panelists: BMW, PSA, Volvo, MirrorLink, Luxoft, UIEvolution, Airbiquity
In most countries, drivers and passengers carry their digital lives into their vehicles by carrying in their personal phones or devices. Increasingly more applications can now share the device screen with the car, but automotive applications are still missing.
Connected Car — Big Opportunity Or Headache?Format: Panel
Discussion Moderator: Roger Lanctot, Strategy Analytics
Invited Panelists: IBM, Visteon (Upton), Bosch, Magnetti Marelli
Will IoT open up big opportunities for those companies traditionally not focused on automotive to now enter that market segment? With the increasing level of technology coming into the vehicle, what new government regulations and requirements can we expect? Will the opportunity for economic gain and market share outweigh the headaches required to be one of the first innovators/enablers of this technology?
Monetizing The Connected Car — Can It Be Realized?Format: Panel
Invited Discussion Moderator: David McClure, Directory at SBD
Invited Panelists: Cisco, Nielsen, Arynga, Symphony Teleca, Pandora, Verizon Telematics, Lixar
With the adoption of IoT within the connected vehicle, can necessary components and services like embedded software, cloud services, data analysis, logistics, security, asset tracking, sensors, silicon, etc. become monetized? Who stands to gain the most in the ecosystem?
Is A Connected Car a Safer Car?Format: Presentation with Q&A
Invited Speaker: Andreas Mai, Director Product Management Connected Industries Group at Cisco Systems
Autonomous driving cars stories dominate the headlines, with advances in sensor technology promising an accident free transportation world in the future. Small steps along the way will include use of connectivity over V2V technologies. Will the wireless world really make a difference at 70 MPH? The DOT is pushing development of vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications. Where is the overlap?
Collaborate Or Die!Format: Panel Discussion
Moderator: Joel Hoffmann, Automotive Strategist, Intel Corporation
Invited Panelists: BMW, PSA, KIA, Bosch, Harman, Magnetti Marelli, Volvo, Hyundai, Mazda, Harman International
The successful deployment of an in-car electronics strategy will require collaboration between numerous stakeholders, including OEMs, suppliers, service providers, developers and government. This session will focus on the partnerships, alliances and other collaborative efforts that are facilitating major developments in the sector.
Analyst Panel – Apple, Google, Blackberry Or Open? – The Customer Wins!Format: Panel Discussion
Moderator: John Lehmann, Senior Manager Embedded Automotive Solutions Mentor Graphics
Roger Lanctot, Strategy Analytics
Egil Juliussen, HIS Automotive
Dominique Bonte (invited), ABI Research
Praveen Chandrasekar (invited), Frost & Sullivan
This session features an in-depth dialogue with key automotive industry analysts discussing the four plus camps that are forming for automotive IVI. The voice interface is the trigger to more competition, but will the automotive industry let the CE heavyweights get in the driver’s seat?