Confirmed Agenda for the Consumer Telematics Show 2016.
DAY 1 CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
8.55-9.00am Welcome from TU-Automotive
Thomas Wilson, Project Director, TU-Automotive
9.00-9.25am Is This The Real Life, Is This Just Fantasy?
It’s clear; the automotive industry is experiencing a period of profound and rapid change. But as auto undergoes a renaissance, ensure you keep focus on the trends crucial to your business.
- Decide what’s mission critical! Wherever you sit in the ecosystem, grasp how to put data and cyber security front and center of your strategyh
- Data: just because you can collect it, doesn’t mean it’s useful. Move beyond the hype to understand which insights are valuable to enhancing your connected service offering
- “Auto-pilot”, “self-driving”, “Assistance”? Re-calibrate how to communicate active safety technologies to manage expectations surrounding the road to autonomous mobility
9.25-9.50am Jaguar Land Rover: Accelerating the Connected Car Ecosystem
In the past year Jaguar Land Rover announced its first Linux based IVI system, and the creation of its Technology Incubator in Portland, Oregon.
- GENIVI showed its first fully open source demo platform, and announced the focus on upgrading it to a fully connected and software upgradable platform.
- Just how are the efforts of JLR, and other members of the GENIVI Alliance, contributing to the connected car ecosystem? What's coming next?
- Big announcements and guest participants will give an indication of just that!
9.50-10.20am Survey & Consumer Reactions: CES Tech and the Connected Car
In a first of a kind CTS panel, Morpace and SBD will team up to put the 'Consumer' back into the forefront of the minds of the industry. There will be 6 consumers on stage in order to help!
- See first hand how a live panel of consumers react as they discover some of the latest innovations being presented at CES
- Understand how their digital lifestyle is evolving and whether they are staying afloat with the new technologies
- Talk directly to the consumers about their expectations for integrating their out-of-car digital lifestyle into their cars
10.50 -11.15am From Assisted to Autonomous Driving: An HMI Perspective
HMI is becoming the center of the consumer experience in non-autonomous and autonomous driving.
- How does automated driving impact the user experience? Autonomous driving from an end-user and usability perspective
- Discuss the paradigm shift in the driver-vehicle relationship with advanced automation. Driver’s role is changing from “driving” to “supervising”
- Understand the HMI development challenges specific to autonomous driving, as well as requirements for future HMIs
11.15 -11.40am Automotive Cybersecurity 2015: Year in Review
2015 was a seminal year for automotive cybersecurity. This year we witnessed multiple hacking demonstrations targeting fielded vehicles that put not only our personal information, but also our safety at risk.
- Take a look at common pitfalls that lead to vulnerabilities as well as an architecture and techniques for building secure and reliable software for the connected car
- Get to grips with how lawmakers have taken an interest into understanding the issues and determine which role the government will have to play in this arena
- The level of awareness is at an all time high for automotive cybersecurity, and most if not all OEMs and Tier 1’s are taking action to address security for the connected car. But will it be enough?
11.40am-12.10pm The Future of the Connected Customer Relationship
Understand how connectivity and data is revolutionizing the OEM/ consumer journey, from one of ‘ship and forget’ to ‘ship and remember’.
- Connectivity Sells: Debate the importance of putting connectivity front and center of the marketing campaigns for modern vehicles
- Product Development: Harness real-world data to optimize product development, from services to design, by tapping directly into consumer habits
- Sticky Customers: Create a suite of services, encompassing IVI, maintenance and third party value adds, that will optimize the ownership experience and create brand loyalty
Nino Tarantino, CEO - North America, OCTO
John Morel, Senior Manager, Business Intelligence, Strategy & Analytics, Honda
Tom Sexton, Vice President Strategic Sales, Urgent.ly
Ted Guild, Champion of the Web and Automotive standardization activities, World Wide Web Consortium
12.10-12.35pm Key Success Factors in Powering Ride Sharing and Multimodal Transportation in Connected Environments
Where vehicle “ownership” was once a consumer rite of passage, “vehicle sharing” through ride sharing models, and the use of multimodal transportation has become less a novelty and more a viable choice.
2.00-2.30pm The Platform Jungle
It’s a platform jungle out there! With automakers, consortia and the CE big guns all offering solutions, evaluate how the industry will develop.
- Should OEMs stick to their guns? Debate the pros and cons of automakers letting the Silicon Valley giants into the dash over their proprietary systems
- Do consumers want a unique vehicle experience or a copy of their smartphone platform? Get to grips with what experience the public is looking for inside their vehicle
- Understand how OEMs can meet the expectation of consumers through improving the user experience and truly integrating the car and the ‘digital lifestyle’
Chip Goetzinger, Senior Manager - Vehicle Connected Services, Nissan
David DiMeo, Director, Connected Car Innovations, FordDirect
Mikhail Bykov, Managing Director Automotive Solutions, Luxoft Automotive
Todd Peterson, Milteq
Moderator: John Ellis, Founder, Managing Director, Ellis & Associates
2.30-2.55pm Insight, Innovation and Intelligence - How Cloud Services Are Enabling New Driver Experiences
In the past decade, the proliferation of data from connected cars and devices has driven some of the most innovative automotive services. But how will new data sources impact mobility now and in the future?
- Get to grips with how big data is driving key connected services beyond real-time traffic information, such as smart parking solutions and next-generation driver safety applications.
- Understand how new cloud-based innovations will be the driving force behind intelligent connected car services that will impact automakers and their customers.
- Learn about the role that intelligent mobility will play in solving urbanization challenges as well as being a key component of helping to make the autonomous vehicle a reality.
2.55-3.25pm The Infotainment of Tomorrow
Infotainment has traditionally been designed around the driver and the user experience; nonetheless various disruptors have influence the services on offer and their HMI.
Martin Kristensson, Director Connectivity Strategy, Volvo Car Group
David Taylor, Director Connected Services, Panasonic Automotive
Jason Stinson, Co-Founder & CTO, Renovo Motors
Speaker from Jaguar Land Rover
Roger Lanctot, Associate Director - Global Automotive Practice, Strategy Analytics
3.25-3.55pm Cyber Security: At the Forefront of the Public Eye
The growth of vehicle connectivity is generating very real concerns over the security of modern vehicles. Get up to speed on this fundamental building block of future auto tech.
- Map out the connected vehicle attack surfaces in order to create a strategy that is built around secure a core
- Get to grips with public perception and understand how to communicate the security of the vehicles in order to answer consumer fears
- No More Recalls: Look into the latest Over the Air (OTA) solutions as an effective ways of updating vehicle systems on-the-fly without recalls
Henry Bzeih, Chief Technology Strategist, KIA
Jonathan Allen, Principal/ Director, Booz Allen Hamilton
Dirk Reimer, VP Sales & Marketing, Telit Automotive Solutions
Andrew Poliak, Global Director, Business Development, QNX Software Systems
Derek Kerton, Chairman, Auto Tech Council
4.30-5.00pm Regulating Auto Tech: Winning Consumer Trust
Autonomous vehicles and new software systems are disrupting the automotive industry. With scandals hitting the headlines, tackle the regulation minefield.
- Pinpoint where the ultimate responsibility lies for the certification of autonomous vehicles and the security of the systems they are equipped with
- With the integrity of the automotive industry being called into question over the emissions scandal understand how to position technology as the key to winning back consumer trust
- Discuss how the future of the automotive tech should be regulated; will it be driven by government, the OEMs or associations?
Gail Gottehrer, Partner, Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP
Mariel Devesa, Head of Innovation, Farmers Insurance
Joe Fabbre, Director, Platform Solutions, Green Hills
Iain Forbes, Head of Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, UK Department of transport.
Sven Andén, Cyber Security Consultant, Sandab
5.00-5.30pm Making Autonomous Driving a Reality
With millions of miles already being racked up on public roads, tackle the crucial obstacle facing the self-driving car; consumer perception.
- Understand the perception of consumers around autonomous driving to gain vital insight into the best ways of effectively communicating with the public
- Convenience vs. Safety: Discuss the best marketing strategies for autonomous/ assistance features to meet the needs of consumers
- With the growing fear around the security of autonomous driving, debate and discuss the best practices enabling the industry to make the public embraces the autonomous future
Anders Tylman-Mikiewicz, General Manager - Volvo Monitoring & Concept Centre, Volvo Car Group
Chris Heiser, CEO, Renovo Motors
Jim Mazurek, AVP Automotive Sales & Business Development, Neusoft
Crystal Rutland, CEO & Co-Founder, Empirical Research and Design
Jeremy Kaplan, Editor in Chief, Digital Trends
5.30-5.45pm Closing Message From the Chairman
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