Telematics Update’s Content & Apps for Auto USA 2011: App-based Infotainment to Revolutionize In-Car Driver Experience

Telematics Update’s Content & Apps for Auto USA 2011: App-based Infotainment to Revolutionize In-Car Driver Experience

Workable and innovative business models for OEMs, app developers, content aggregators, wireless carriers and device manufacturers will be revealed.
Enhanced content and applications have made it possible for OEMs to offer future-proofed and updateable in-car infotainment directly to the driver.
Plus connected infotainment solutions are set to grow substantially. It is predicted that global shipments will reach 27 million by 2016 (Source Strategy Analytics).
Compelled by these figures OEMs have spent the past 12 months rapidly launching their own content and app strategies.
Influenced by enhanced smartphone and tablet capabilities many are integrating next-gen content and services through advanced platforms and cloud-based technology.

The content & apps market is at a crucial tipping point. If a real return on investment is to be achieved the following questions must be answered with specificity:
– Are consumers willing to buy dedicated in-car apps?
– How to engage the app developer community?
– How will new players, such as software developers, influence content offerings?
– Will we see a convergence in platform technology?
To answer these crucial questions Telematics Update will gather BMW, Toyota, Ford, HTC, Nokia, Amazon, Audible, HD Radio, Tune In, Hyundai, GM, Audi, Honda, Pandora, Mercedes, ESPN, Yahoo, ABC News Radio and many more on November 29-30, San Diego, Hilton Mission Bay Hotel Resort & Spa, San Diego, California.
The final $100 registration discount for the conference expires on Friday 4th November.

 

 


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