Vehicle connectivity and ADAS/autonomous technologies are indispensable for the future vehicle, one that can communicate with the world outside and drive itself powered by AI and sensors. Technologies both in and outside the vehicle are combining to create mobility-changing services, above and beyond conventional telematics and infotainment. What services will future users will demand, and how they can be realized and delivered?
TU-Automotive Japan 2017 will consolidate your understanding of the challenges ahead for the connected and autonomous vehicle. Gain insight from and debate with industry leaders and define your strategy for technology, the changing mobility landscape and user requirements.
2017 Expert Speakers
Deputy General Manager Telematics Engineering Gr., Connected Car & Service Engineering Dept./ Monozukuri Gr., Connected Car & Autonomous Drive Div.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
Senior Principal Engineer, Integrated Control System Development Division
Mazda Motor Corporation
Daimler Trucks Asia - Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus
Manager IT Process and Innovations / IoT and Cloud
Daimler Trucks Asia - Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus
Director of New-Generation Mobile Communications Office, Radio Dept., Telecommunications Bureau
Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC)
General Manager, Automotive Systems Integration
Executive Officer, SVP, Director of Automotive Div.
Tier IV, Inc.
Architect and Director Government Policy & Business Development / Visiting Associate Professor
Intel K.K. / Nagoya University
Deputy General Maneger, Future Technology Task Force, Corporate Marketing and Planning Dept.
Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co.,Ltd
Manager, Department of System Development for Network, Division of Network Business Development
Yamato Transport Co., Ltd
Deputy Director-General, Center for Research on Adoption of NextGen Transportation
Manager, Center for the Strategy of Emergence
The Japan Research Institute, Limited
MaaS Global Ltd
Founder and CEO
Head of Industry, Business Consulting and Solutions, Think Big Analytics
Business Development Manager (Automotive APAC)
QNX Software Systems K.K.
Data Security Consultant
INTEGRITY Security Services
Global Head, Connected Transport
Link Motion Ltd.
Head of DRIVE Lab, Principal User Experience Manager
Division Manager, Project Development Division
SMARTVALUE Co., Ltd.
Principle, Automotive Market Development & Product Strategy
Automotive Account Manager
Valens, HDBaseT Alliance member
Head of Strategy, Connected Car
General Manager, Music and Auto
Chief Executive Officer, Automotive Solutions
Telit Communications PLC
Senior Manager, IoT Business Department
NTT DOCOMO, INC.
notteco Co., Ltd.
Senior Leader, Chiiki Ecosystem Project Team
AEON CO., Ltd.
Head of Japan
Nauto Japan G.K.
Director, Automotive Connected Mobility
Principal researcher, Group Leader, Next-Generation Infrastructure Division
Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.
Head of Connected Car Division
Head of Intelligent Mobility
Bloomberg New Energy Finance
2017 Key Topics:
Automakers’ Strategies to Challenge Change:
The connected car and autonomous vehicle technology are rapidly evolving. Take a look at how Japan, European and US car makers are leveraging data, AI, and connectivity. Understand their global strategies and what kind of ecosystem they want to build
Regulation and Global Standardization Trends:
nderstand how government, industry bodies and US & European automakers are tackling standardization of 5G, maps, and the legislation of automation. Consider the kind of collaboration required for progress
AI & IoT in Action:
Explore the services becoming possible as deep learning technologies are implemented in the car and communication of sensor data expands. Investigate the next level of user experience (UX)
Penetration Power of Ride Sharing:
Ride sharing and the sharing economy is growing globally. Gauge market growth and penetration rate in Japan, while examining Japan-specific challenges and user needs
Global Mobility Case Studies:
Understand what kind of mobility is appropriate for cities and rural areas and the technology that needs to be implemented. Learn from smart city case studies in the EU/US, and road tests in Asia and Japan
TU-Automotive Japan is the one event that you can’t afford to miss:
TU-Automotive is the number one forum for connected vehicle industry. It will give you the opportunity to network and share knowledge with pioneers and decision makers in the telematics, autonomous and smart mobility space. This year’s event will include:
- 30+ expert speakers to give you the knowledge that you need to succeed
- 25+ interactive sessions to help you brain storm
- 20+ hours of networking with top level executives from across the telematics value chain with targeted networking and coffee breaks. Exchange business cards with those hard-to-meet executives in a relaxed and socialise
If you want to get new ideas, fresh approaches and an action-plan of how to rev-up your telematics offerings, you simply can't miss this conference!
Hear from our Past attendees:
"It was great to hear the thought of both domestic and overseas OEMs.It was good to develop an understanding of the connection between the telecom, automotive and other industries in the telematics space."- Tokai Rika Co.,Ltd
"I got the latest updates on the connect vehicle at this yearâ€™s conference"- Bosch Corporation
"It was very informative to hear different perspective and positions of players from across (the telematics) ecosystem"- Canvasmapple Co.,Ltd