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Customer value proposition for connected car is important

Damodar Sahu

Damodar Sahu Director–After Market Service Transformation & IoT Solutions Wipro Technologies The world is getting hyper-connected. Many factors are fueling this, such as the Internet, wired and wireless network connectivity and quality reaching far corners of the world, ubiquity of smartphones, as well as the emergence of Internet of Things. …

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Personalization and Contextualization drive the Connected Car of tomorrow: Raj Paul

Raj Paul

Raj Paul Vice President|Automotive & Emerging Technologies Lochbridge With reference to Connected Cars how does the regions of Europe and  North America Compare? There are OEMs in both regions that have blazed the trail for vehicle connectivity and some that have lagged. Given the pent up consumer demand to integrate …

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Automotive Cyber-Security: Separating fear from the fact


Franz Tschimben                                     Sridhar Reddy   Business Development                         Savari Networks Savari Inc. Cyber security has been a big issue for the fast evolving automotive market ever since electronics became a crucial part of the vehicle, but only made it into mainstream media in July 2015. Miller and Valasek exposed the weak points …

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Connected cars and connected services in India

Satish Elango

Sathish Elango Strategy & Operations Deloitte Consulting LLP Indian market readines to embrace telematics It’s not without a reason that the likes of tech giants like Facebook and Google are looking to invest heavily in India’s digitization e?orts. The desire for a connected lifestyle has made the Indian audience an …

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Future of mobility and personal transportation

Aloke Palsikar

Aloke Palsikar Sr. Vice President & Global Head of the Manufacturing Vertical Tech Mahindra In the early 20th century, Henry Ford said, “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black.” Not only did he limit the choice of color, but …

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Future-proofed vehicle: Artur Seidel


Artur Seidel Vice President-Automotive Software Elektrobit Automotive We have seen automotive players acquiring more software arms in their business. Software is becoming an increasingly critical part of vehicle development as the industry moves towards a world of fully autonomous driving. As a result, we are seeing automotive OEMs investing more …

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Building India’s driverless car: Dr Roshy John

Roshy John

Dr Roshy John Practice Head, Tata Consultancy Services When did you start working on driverless car? I started working on this project more than five years ago, as a hobby, after having a near death experience in a taxi cab with an overtired and sleepy driver. Is this project funded by …

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The future of automotive industry is digital: Walid Negm

Walid Negm

Walid Negm Chief Technology Officer Aricent Can you share your industry journey so far? I’ve come full circle. My graduate studies were in computer engineering that blended computer science and VLSI. After spending 20 years in the software arena—we now see the hardware/software bluring full force. Wearables, augmented reality and …

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Vehicle becomes a part of the Internet of Things (IoT)


Anupam Sharma General Manager & Industry Leader-Automoti ve & Electronics IBM Ever since the first Ford Model T rolled off the production line, man- kind has been obsessed about what the “car of the future” might look like. The car of the future will be increasingly intelligent, inter-connected and instrumented, …

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Canberra government release draft legislation for testing of self-driving vehicles


Published: January 25, 2016 | Canberra Canberra streets would be designated for trials of self-driving cars as part of a new plan being proposed by the opposition. A trial demonstration of Volvo’s driverless cars in South Australia in November had raised public awareness of the emerging technology, creating an opportunity …

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