Telematics Munich to Showcase Strategies that will Define the Auto-Mobility Revolution

Telematics Munich to Showcase Strategies that will Define the Auto-Mobility Revolution

By the end of the 2020s, the world population will swell to over 8.4 billion people – that’s at least 1 billion more people than today. The knock-on effects of this will create a seismic shift within mobility that will define the future of the telematics industry.  Huge opportunities and revenues await those stakeholders that are willing to set their sights on 2020 now. This is a realisation that will draw together over 1000+ senior telematics execs to Telematics Munich for essential networking and fact-sharing in this space. The type of senior attendees that will attend the 2014 conference can be seen here –

Jack Palmer, Project Director for Telematics Munich remarked, ‘Connectivity is a key component in aiding the mobility patterns of tomorrow.  At the conference in November, we will analyse OEM commitments to vehicle safety, the capabilities of V2X tech to aid this and how this will form an integral part of the ‘smart cities’ framework.  Then, as more and more megacities spring up, the challenge will be how to integrate the different modes of transport by using the vast amounts of data more effectively’.  He added, ‘we are especially looking forward to Edoardo Gianotti, Mechanical Engineer at the United Nations delivering his keynote speech on their efforts to prepare a regulatory framework that will support the roll-out of autonomous vehicles in the not so distant future’.

The full agenda and speaker line-up has been recently announced here:

Topics: The Trends that are driving an Auto Mobility Evolution

Telematics Munich will explore the most crucial topics that are revolutionising the telematics industry:

  • Move With The M2M Hype Curve – Align the tech of other connected industries (e.g. home automation and health) with the car to draw closer to a totally connected lifestyle
  • Tech Titans Enter The Connected Car – Discuss the business model and CRM repercussions for entrenched telematics players as CE giants move into the ecosystem 
  • Auto Mobility Towards 2020 – Debate OEM commitments, V2X tech and smart cities today to plot the path of automated vehicle technology of tomorrow

For the complete breakdown of the features of Telematics Munich, visit:

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Our Most Prestigious Line-up of Speakers Ever

Over 100 industry thought leaders, including executives from Volkswagen, the United Nations, Daimler, Facebook, Toyota, Renault, Denso, Ford, FIAT and many others, will share their dynamic insight into the most significant technologies and trends that are affecting the telematics industry.

The full speaker line-up is now available on the website:

You can see the full agenda here:

Industry endorsements:

Telematics Munich 2013 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 a industry networking perspective! Microsoft

Telematics Update is really a great opportunity to get so many market insights and new contacts in such short time period. Audi

To download your exclusive Telematics Munich 2014 brochure, giving you the complete programme and speaker line-up, click here –

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Telematics Update Conferences are the most prestigious in the industry.  We produce the largest telematics events in North America, Europe & Asia, and attract the most influential speakers providing a rich environment for establishing strategic relationships and networking.


Jack Palmer
Project Director | Telematics Update
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