The Future of Infotainment: A Radio-Centric Approach

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Date 24th March 2021
11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration 1 Hour

This webinar will examine the nascent hybrid radio market from an automotive industry perspective, to understand the drivers of both the technical and commercial development. It identifies the current state of play in terms of commercial offerings, operational requirements, component services and standards as well as development options. It also looks at the challenges impacting players in the ecosystem, assesses the evolving business model, and the resultant adoption of hybrid radio technology and related services.

It will cover:

  • Radio’s Collaborative Response to Big Tech
  • Broadcast at the Heart of Hybrid Radio: A (Daimler) Case Study
  • Build vs Buy: The Benefits of Commitment, Scale & Experience
  • Is Accurate, Global Broadcast & Music Metadata Achievable?
  • Embracing the L-Word: Licensed Metadata

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Speakers

Bob Dillion, SVP, Automotive Connected Media, Xperi
Bob Dillon is responsible for the Automotive Connected Media products and services at Xperi.  Bob Joined iBiquity in 2004 and led Semiconductor Business Development, contracts and licensing efforts.  With
iBiquity’s acquisition by DTS, Bob’s role expanded as he took on the creation of a new business in global hybrid radio.  This includes product definition, product development and customer engagement.  Prior to joining iBiquity Bob was founder and CEO of Enikia, a fabless semiconductor company producing powerline networking chips for home networking and last-mile delivery applications.  In this role, Bob was a founding board member of the HomePlug Alliance.  Prior to Enikia Bob held various hardware and software engineering and product management roles in signal processing and telephony.  Bob holds an MBA from the Columbia University Graduate School of Business and a BS in Computer Engineering from NJIT.

 

Joseph D’Angelo, Senior Vice President of Broadcast Radio, Xperi
Joseph D’Angelo is Senior Vice President of Broadcast Radio for Xperi, responsible for the global broadcast radio business and product development.

As one of the founders of iBiquity Digital, the company behind HD Radio technology, Joe has over 20 years of experience in the radio technology industry. He has led commercial licensing, product development and technology innovation efforts during his tenure, and currently leads Xperi’s global radio services with a focus on HD Radio, DAB, hybrid and streaming radio services. He manages resources around the world committed to ensuring broadcast radio has a rich and vibrant offering in today’s digital broadcast and connected world.

Joe earned his Bachelor of Arts in history from the College of the Holy Cross and an M.B.A. from Columbia University.

Moderator: Stephen Bell


2 comments

  1. Avatar David Almer 21st March 2021 @ 4:36 pm

    The radio subsystem can be implemented as an ECU?

  2. Avatar Silvio Cirelli 23rd March 2021 @ 2:36 pm

    No, I do not think so. Radio systems must have a user interface and technology upgrades much faster than ECUs. My perspective is that radio systems are more of a screen digital interface to be controlled and operated as a smartphone extended interface than a stand alone system.

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