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Connected Vehicles   Automotive Cyber Security   In-Vehicle Infotainment   Electric Vehicle   Autonomous Vehicle   Usage Based Insurance   Internet of Vehicles (IoV)   Connected Services   Big Data in Connected Vehicles  



Speakers & Panelists:

 Confirmed Automotive companies  


Topics to be discussed:

  • Connected Vehicles
  • IoT Enabled Infotainment
  • Smartphone Integration
  • Connected Mobility
  • Policy & Industry Trends
  • Automotive Cyber Security
  • Autonomous Vehicles
  • Usage Based Insurance (UBI)
  • Data Analytics & Monetisation
  • Connected Fleet Telematics
  • Internet of Vehicles (IoV)
  • Connected Services
  • Electric Vehicles
  • Connected Fleet Platooning
  • Insurance Telematics

Who will you meet?

  • Automotive OEMs

  • Tier 1s

  • Telematics Service Providers

  • Policy Makers

  • Automotive Component Mfg.

  • Cloud Service Providers
  • Semiconductors

  • Telecom Operators

  • Chip Manufacturers

  • System Integrators

  • Consultants

  • Software Providers

  • Hardware Providers

  • Content Providers

  • Applicaton Developers

  • Big Data Analytics

  • State Transport Corporations

  • Academia/Institutions
  • Car Sharing Companies

  • Taxi Aggregators

  • PSUs

After interacting directly with the leading telematics experts in India and the overseas, the Telematics Wire team has shaped up the bespoke conference for you with some of the most crucial topics to be discussed.

  • Connected Vehicles : From infotainment and user experience to preventive maintenance and remote diagnostics and more, will lead to tangle return on investment for commercial vehicle besides providing seamless lifestyle for personal vehicle user. Navigation and active safety could also continue to be re-defined through developments in V2X and V2V connectivity.
  • Automotive Cyber Security: Your car is increasingly becoming a hub of computers and in general a NODE that can invite a lot of potential hackers while receiving software updates or creating a wireless link with some other car. Watch out how the IT industry can help the OEMs to make cars impenetrable and secured from cyber attacks.
  • Internet of Vehicles - Towards the Future of the Connected Cars : No doubt you have heard the phrase “Internet of Things” and the new buzzword “IoT” been used more and more these days, but what does that mean in practice? The Tesla Model S is probably the most well-connected car on the planet at the moment, and in this presentation we will use that vehicle as a case study of some practical usage of IoT concepts and technology that is already being applied to modern automobiles.
  • In-Vehicle Infotainment : Integrated infotainment systems in automobiles that deliver entertainment and information content. In-Vehicle Infotainment, or IVI, development has been spurred largely by Intel and its Atom processor, Microsoft and its Windows Embedded Automotive 7 platform, and a number of automobile manufacturers.
  • Electric Vehicle : An electric car is an automobile that is propelled by one or more electric motors, using electrical energy stored in rechargeable batteries or another energy storage device. Electric motors give electric cars instant torque, creating strong and smooth acceleration. They are also around three times as efficient as cars with an internal combustion engine. "Electric car" generally refers to highway-capable automobiles powered by electricity.
  • Usage Based Insurance : Usage-based insurance (UBI) also known as pay as you drive (PAYD) and pay how you drive (PHYD) and mile-based auto insurance is a type of vehicle insurance whereby the costs are dependent upon type of vehicle used, measured against time, distance, behavior and place. This differs from traditional insurance, which attempts to differentiate and reward "safe" drivers, giving them lower premiums and/or a no-claims bonus.
  • Connected Vehicles : Big Data, Big Opportunities : Connected vehicle technology is standard in many new cars. Semi-autonomous driving is a reality, with advanced driver-assistance systems enabling greater safety than ever, and fully autonomous cars are coming into service. IHS Automotive forecasts that there will be 152 million actively connected cars on global roads by 2020. The combination of new car features and aftermarket devices could mean nearly 2 billion connected cars on the world’s roadways by 2025.

Panel Discussions - Hot topics to be discussed:

  • Connected Vehicles : Towards the connected world
    Telecom Policy, Smart Applications, Connected Devices, Infrastructure, Future Roadmap, Connected Services, Smartphone Integration
  • Automotive Cyber Security :
    Future proofing, Securing the vehicle data, Vulnerability vs Assistance, Staying ahead of hacking (dos & don’ts), Connected car benefit vs Security road blocks
  • Connected Vehicles : Safe and assisted environment
    Safety / Protection, Connected ecosystem, IoT & IoV, Information sharing & exchange, Driving assistance (overtake, parking, weather, road condition), Driver experience, Big data analytics

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