What Could Kill Your Connected Vehicle Application and How to Avoid it!

Date 2nd June 2021
11am ET/10am CT/8am PT
Duration 1 Hour

Aeris has more than a decade of experience serving millions of cars and trucks over 2G, 3G and 4G networks around the world. We’ve seen the many ways connected vehicle applications can and do break across all the elements in the end-to-end solution, from the app in the car to its telematics module, mobile networks and car companies’ cloud platforms.

In this webinar, we’ll share our many lessons learned in the application of our unique combination of purpose-built core network elements and experience-driven best practices in connected-vehicle solution design, including:

  • Network-aware app features that minimize support costs
  • Remote device configuration principles for maximum stability, efficiency and usage control
  • Critical requirements in connected vehicle lifecycle management
  • Essentials of application and network security
  • Approaches for hardening complex cloud platforms at IoT scale

TIP! Even if you can’t listen in live, register now and we will send you the recording afterward.

Sponsored by:


Steve Bell
Director, Data and Analytics
Wards Intelligence



Syed Zaeem Hosain ‘Z’
Chief Technical Officer
Aeris Communications, Inc.

“Z” is Chief Technical Officer at Aeris, where he is responsible for the architecture and future direction of Aeris’ networks and technology strategy. He joined Aeris in 1996 as Vice President, Engineering and is a member of the founding executive team of Aeris. Mr. Hosain has more than 38 years of experience in the semiconductor, computer, and telecommunications industries, including product development, architecture design, and technical management. Prior to joining Aeris, he held senior engineering and management positions at Analog Devices, Cypress Semiconductor, CAD National, and ESS Technology. Mr. Hosain is Chairman of the International Forum on ANSI‐41 Standards Technology (IFAST) and Chairman Emeritus of the IoT M2M Council (IMC). He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

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