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Organized by:Welcome to the 11th Annual Telematics DetroitConference, Exhibition & AwardsTelematics is here to stay!Cash i...
Organized by:Telematics Detroit 2011 at a Glance AWARDS The Telematics Update Awards, June 7, 2011 The Awards Ceremony and...
DAY 1              June 8, 2011Keynote SessionsTelematics and Information                          Key Consumer           ...
DAY 2              June 9, 2011Keynote SessionsTelematics Proves Indispensable for                     Wireless Carriers U...
TRACK 1                June 8 & 9, 2011Infotainment & Content for AutomotiveThe Art and Science of Building               ...
TRACK 2                June 8 & 9, 2011                                               Telematics for Electric & Hybrid Veh...
TRACK 3                June 8 & 9, 2011Insurance Services and Auxiliary Telematics Services MarketsMutually Beneficial    ...
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Organized by:Unrivalled Networking: Facts & Stats for Telematics DetroitTelematics Detroit is attended by over 1,800 of th...
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  1. 1. Organized by: the WorlD’s Biggest anD Most relevant teleMatics event SAVE $200 when you register before April 8. Priority code inside. 11th annual telematics Detroit 2011 June 8 - 9, 2011 The Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, MI, USA Telematics is Here to Stay! Take Note of ConsumerDemands As the Car Becomes the Ultimate Mobile Device  TELEMATICS PROVES INDISPENSABLE FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY: Expert Speakers Include: Understand the true value proposition of the telematics services bundle for automakers and evaluate the role of telematics as a ‘closing tool’ to secure customers  SMARTPHONES VS. EMBEDDED UNITS FOR DYNAMIC CONTENT INTEGRATION: Debate which services are best placed on embedded models and which are best suited to mobile platforms and build hybrid solutions to attract 3rd party developers and keep pace with changing OEM perceptions  USDOT SHEDS LIGHT ON DRIVER DISTRACTION ISSUES: Get to grips with research results, impending legislations and the impact they will have on telematics services such as streaming media to devise solutions which are innovative yet fulfill Govt. requirements  ELECTRIC VEHICLES TO MAKE TELEMATICS TRULY RELEVANT: Discuss current automaker-utility demos, tech trials and pilot results to evaluate which telematics systems will best provide routing information, nearest charge source etc. to beat consumer ‘range anxiety’ and increase EV adoption  MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL SOLUTIONS FOR AUTO OEMS & INSURERS: Analyze business models and strategies to share data collected by on-board telematics devices and fast-track insurance pilot schemes and data collection exercises to develop win-win insurance telematics solutions  And many more sessions on topics such as FLEET TELEMATICS, NEXT-GEN INFOTAINMENT, NAVIGATION, COMPELLING HMI, EMERGING MARKETS….. CONFERENCE EXHIBITION AWARDS 750+ senior level executives come together for The world’s largest and most exciting telematics The 9th Annual Telematics Awards recognize and exclusive keynote sessions, 5 focused tracks, focused exhibition, covering 43,000 sq ft, boasting celebrate global industry leadership. The winners and unrivalled networking to engage in high 100+ booths, multiple demos and brand new will be announced at an exclusive ceremony and level business discussions that will set the pace product launches. Attracting 1,800+ executives gala dinner, June 7, 2011 at the Hotel Baronette, of future telematics! Telematics Detroit is the ONLY floor to walk in 2011! the night before the conference & exhibition! Diamond Sponsors Platinum Sponsors Innovation Sponsors Gold Sponsors Folder Sponsor Badge Sponsor Lanyard Sponsor Cocktail Party Sponsor Digital Location Sponsor Bag Sponsor Co-Sponsor Open Now to view the full Conference program, speaker line-up, Exhibition floor plan and Awards venue Visit for all the latest announcements
  2. 2. Organized by:Welcome to the 11th Annual Telematics DetroitConference, Exhibition & AwardsTelematics is here to stay!Cash in on next gen industry opportunities to position your service for maximum market share!Ten strong years of global business intelligence has  Telematics becomes relevant through Electric  5 focused tracks – more than ever beforeexposed compelling innovation, tech upgrades and Vehicles and V2X communications  Tailored networking opportunities‘out of the box’ thinking. Telematics has carved its  Apps & content integration: How to build  Telematics Awards Ceremony & Gala Dinner toniche in the auto industry. Born from simple safety partnerships and overcome data concerns celebrate industry leadershipand security services, 2011’s market sees complex  Partner with vertical markets to conceptualize Unrivalled networking tops off Telematics Detroittech developments and ‘Gen Y’ consumer demands. on board data as the one-stop-shop for all your business needs!These advances have revolutionized the driving  Essential commercial, ADAS, navigation & LBS Anyone who’s anyone in the telematics industry,experience! updates will be at the show, all under one roof!By 2016 the industry will be a $6 billion market! Now Plus many more – open the brochure now to take “Networking opportunities better thanis the time to streamline your product strategies, a look! anywhere else.” Nokiaaligning tech developments with ever changing Nowhere else can you receive up-to-the-minuteconsumer demands, for maximum ROI through 2011 Reserve your front row seat today, making full use business intelligence that touches on every aspectand beyond. of early booking discounts (via our website or the of your telematics strategy. We have recruited registration form enclosed in this brochure)Telematics Update has kept the industry’s finger speakers with game changing solutions andon the pulse of cutting edge announcements, insights. Including: Toyota, Hyundai, Nissan, GM, The Telematics Update team looks forward topartnership deals and their resulting impact on Nokia, Ford, Liberty Mutual, American Family, welcoming you in Detroit this June.the market. Providing the answers you need, for Visteon, OnStar, Kia, NHTSA and more… Kind Regardschallenges you face today, and those to emerge over Of course don’t just take our word for it:the next 12 months! “Awesome - Everyone should attend”Telematics Detroit 2011 brings you hard hitting Ford Motor Company Ruthana Foulkestopics such as: “The show was organized very well. A wonderful Conference Director, Telematics Update Telematics proves indispensable for the automotive opportunity to learn emerging trends. Very up to date industry We are proud to state that Telematics and futuristic presentations” General Motors Key consumer requirements unveiled The 11th annual Telematics Detroit boasts of: Detroit is the world’s biggest and most USDOT research results for driver distraction: How to work around impending regulations  80+ expert telematics speakers relevant telematics focused event, Smartphone vs. embedded vs. hybrid solutions  Largest Exhibition to date! 100+ booths, demos and delivers year on year – this is our and product displays guarantee to you!Expert Speakers Include:Barry Ratzlaff, Director - David Strickland, Administrator Douglas Landaeta, Mickael Gustavssen, Siani Kiyonaga, , Business Greg Ross, Vice President ofService Operations, for NHTSA, U.S. Department Senior Program Manager, Connectivity HUB Leader, Development Manager, Business Extensions,Hyundai Of Transport Nissan Volvo Toyota OnStarMike Slattery, Robin Harbage, John Beal, Guy Story, Mark Smith, Vice President - Thilo Koslowski,Consumer Innovation, C-Counsel Consultant, Vice President Modelling, CTO & Chief Scientist, Strategic Consulting, Vice President AutomotiveLibertyMutual EMB LexisNexis Audible GE Fleet Capital Services Vehicle ICT, Gartner TU has again demonstrated “ why TU Detroit is the US event that can’t be missed for those involved in the development of the next generation ofPartha Goswami, Henry Bzeih, National Ron Medford, Deputy Patrick Polking, Jim Pisz, Corporate connected cars.Technology Manager,General Motors Manager - Connected Car, Kia Administrator for NHTSA, U.S. Department Of Transport Senior Director, ESPN Manager Advanced Technology, Toyota ” For the full speaker line-up and the most up to date Telematics Detroit information visit
  3. 3. Organized by:Telematics Detroit 2011 at a Glance AWARDS The Telematics Update Awards, June 7, 2011 The Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner will be hosted at the Hotel Baronette (the evening before the conference commences). Judged by a panel of independent industry experts, the Telematics Update Awards, reward industry innovators and pioneers with global recognition! NOMINATIONS ARE NOW OPEN! Visit for more information and to nominate your company for a Telematics Update Award. You have to be in it to win it! CONFERENCE Telematics Detroit Conference, June 8-9, 2011, Suburban Collection Showplace Day One – June 8 Day Two – June 9 MORNING KEYNOTES AND PLENARY SESSIONS MORNING KEYNOTES AND PLENARY SESSIONS Hear how the ecosystem is evolving to align your solutions with Get to grips with game changing business models and tech upgrades for next-gen consumer demands market share through 2011 and beyond! NETWORKING LUNCH NETWORKING LUNCH AFTERNOON TRACKS (PARALLEL) AFTERNOON TRACKS (PARALLEL) TRACK 1: INFOTAINMENT & CONTENT FOR AUTOMOTIVE TRACK 1: INFOTAINMENT & CONTENT FOR AUTOMOTIVE Learn key requirements for successful content integration Analyze next generation HMI upgrades and combat and service upgrades government distraction concerns TRACK 2: TELEMATICS FOR ELECTRIC & HYBRID VEHICLES TRACK 2: TELEMATICS FOR ELECTRIC & HYBRID VEHICLES Telematics becomes relevant: Capitalize on OEM strategies Understand necessary infrastructure communication for the EV market demands for wide spread data transfer TRACK 3: INSURANCE AND AUXILIARY TELEMATICS TRACK 3: INSURANCE AND AUXILIARY TELEMATICS SERVICES MARKETS SERVICES MARKETS Hear how auto OEM’s and insurers work in unison for Look at emerging global markets and expanded industry enhanced business offerings opportunities TRACK 4: NAVIGATION AND LOCATION BASED SERVICES TRACK 5: COMMERCIAL TELEMATICS & FLEET Discuss advanced mapping features that are driving TECHNOLOGY UPDATES consumer buy-in and re-subscriptions Assess new fleet market opportunities and their required technologies NEW FOR 2011: CLOSING KEYNOTE Exclusive OEM presentations and future strategies CLOSING KEYNOTE Summarize the key learnings to consolidate your NETWORKING COCKTAIL PARTY Telematics Detroit 2011 experience EXHIBITION Telematics Detroit: The Only Exhibition Floor You’ll Need to Walk in 2011! Enhance Your Product Knowledge: Meet the Executives with Real Purchasing Face-to-Face Networking is Key to The Telematics Detroit 2011 Exhibition floor is Power in the Telematics Ecosystem: Survival in 2011: a “can’t miss” opportunity to see, understand Telematics Detroit hosts the biggest and most Telematics Detroit is an excellent opportunity to and experience new products in action. With over relevant global B2B exhibition, covering rub shoulders and meet with over 1,800 telematics 100 booths, you’ll get up close and personal with 43,000sq.ft and positioning you in front of 1,800 professionals. Build relationships, and grow your the latest industry solutions all under one roof – in key decision makers from across the value-chain. contact list in 2011 to transform the future of your just 2 days. Network and strike deals with the créme de la business. For more information visit créme of the industry. Connect with Telematics Update on and become a part of the global buzz surrounding Telematics Detroit 2011 today!
  4. 4. DAY 1 June 8, 2011Keynote SessionsTelematics and Information Key Consumer ESSENTIAL OEM INSIGHTS Adaptive Platforms to HelpCommunication Technology Requirements Unveiled Synchronize New Service Upgrades(ICT) in 2011 and beyond Tech capabilities are increasing exponentially. Market trends and influences are driving demand forWith 45% of vehicles in North America set Learn how to align next-gen tech with connected vehicles that customize to suit consumerto be connected by 2015, take a look at consumer demands to achieve growth. demands. Machine-to-machine (M2M) deliverydevelopments to date and assess next steps  Analyze consumer survey results to compare platforms are achieving this worldwide.for revved up business strategies. and contrast traditional services such as  Learn how to add and manage multi service Recognize the next array of disruptive navigation versus next-gen offerings such participants from tablets, gaming, app developers technologies that will dominate the market as automatic 24 hour concierge services to and other form-factors to deliver a localized and in 2011. We discuss emerging telematics build bespoke entry solutions personalized in-vehicle experience platforms, device integration and HMI  Assess whether consumers require daily  Discuss the importance of architecture required for approaches amongst others in-car access to content upgrades such as hyper-individualized mobile clouds for consumers Discuss new and revised OEM strategies and Netflix to determine the resulting browser and enterprises to adapt for changing technology work-out how this revolutionized approach capabilities capabilities will benefit the entire value chain  Determine the need for social networking  Understand how OEMs can best manage their Develop solutions to capture the biggest within the vehicle; hear how it will aid the brand during the entire lifecycle of the vehicle via automotive market segment. Practical tips in-car environment by providing systematic hyper-connectivity to cope with changing consumer for providing relevant and cost-effective updates of location or passenger only access expectations LBS solutions for entry-level and mid-range Doug Landaeta, Senior Project Manager, Nissan Leo A. McCloskey, Vice President, Marketing, Airbiquity Inc. vehicles Partha Goswami, Technology Manager, General MotorsThilo Koslowski, Vice President Automotive Just Confirmed!Vehicle ICT, Gartner Joe Beiser, Connected Services Global Strategy & Business Development, Ford Motor Company 125 Years of Tech Innovations Johann Jungwirth, President & CEO,Winners and Challengers in the Mercedes-Benz Research & Development Case Study: Vital Lessons LearntConnected Vehicle Value-Chain from the Market PlaceComplex consumer demand is forcing the After a newly launched Plug-in Hybrid On NEW for 2011: Smartphonetraditional telematics players to evolve andpartner with new players. Hear how to exploit Call system, get the full low down on the Integration Report fromcross-industry partnerships. challenges that have been overcome and Telematics Update success factors from a 10 year connected Debate how different industry players such Receive a brand new business intelligence vehicle system development process. Some of as TSPs and wireless carriers will diversify report with your platinum pass! the key players discuss what’s next in store! offerings to bring their solutions in line with evolving market dynamics Mikael Gustavssen, Connectivity HUB Leader,  Inside track on opportunities Volvo and limitations of integration solutions Examine the evolving value chain and Per Lindberg, Global Business Development  Pinpoint OEM & supplier strategies resulting business models such as revenue Executive Automotive, Telenor and preferences sharing to get to grips with who you should  Regulatory and legislative Martin Rosell, Managing Director, WirelessCar be partnering with for continued success perspectives on driver distraction Highlight benefits of wireless carriers’ and data security business models such as preventative The Ins & Outs of the Connected  What does smartphone integration maintenance and OEM incentivized loyalty Auto Business Case mean for EVs? programs to strike transparent alliances  100% independent peer-reviewed  Key takeaways from +12 years of telematicsKal Mos, Senior Engineering Director, in-depth analysis R&D such as realistic time-to-marketMercedes-Benz Research & Development We’re working with telematics experts to research and schedules to build robust solutionsMartin Rosell, Managing Director, WirelessCar publish reports assessing strategic importance of creating  Understand Auto OEM mind-sets aboutPaola Carrea, Director - Telematics & Consumer a seamless connected ‘vehicle experience’. SmartphonesElectronics, Magneti Marelli safety & security concerns, consumer will play a vital role in this evolution – but with a perplexingSai Yagnyamurthy, Manager - Business Solutions, loyalty schemes and emerging technology array of solutions and no sign yet of convergence around aVerizon drivers to integrate innovative service particular model, the question is ‘How?’David Jumpa, Senior Vice President - Global optionsBusiness Development, Airbiquity Inc.  Examine the role of service providers in FIND OUT MORE on the conference website,Heri Rakouth, Manager, Technology Exploration, the emerging business chain and resulting at the report siteDelphi business models to build partnerships for Thilo Koslowski, Vice President continued success or by emailing James Tallack, Research Manager,Automotive Vehicle ICT, Gartner Martin Rosell, Managing Director, WirelessCar at Become a Telematics Update VIP and stay bang up-to-date with the industry at
  5. 5. DAY 2 June 9, 2011Keynote SessionsTelematics Proves Indispensable for Wireless Carriers Upgrade & Smartphone vs. Embedded Unitsthe Automotive Industry Reposition for Market Share for Ultimate Content IntegrationTelematics is offering automakers a much needed  Understand the true potential of 4G/LTE to Integrating smartphone functionality versuslifeline. Understand the resulting OEM strategies provide a strong, high-speed, nationwide an embedded head unit has sparked debateand its impact to inspire future trends and coverage to enable both traditional and over recent years! Understand the viabilityworking methods. emerging telematics services and potential of resulting hybrid models. Understand the true value proposition of the  Learn how to incorporate wireless carrier  Assess the tech behind smartphone telematics service bundle for the automaker. learnings such as successful deployment of integration such as UI, function control See how these services will revolutionize OEMs’ subscription models into your business to placement and disabling models to retain future business and vehicle upgrades provide a unified experience to end-users full and safe service functionality Discover the full use of remote diagnostic data,  Evaluate next-gen wireless carrier offerings  Discuss the impact smartphone integration such as design fault identification and see how it for increased data streaming in order to will have on the embedded business model can open up fresh revenue streams via cross- future proof embedded modules and related and see how the dashboard will be adapted industry data swaps solutions to accommodate ‘Gen Y’ demands for hyper Hear how Auto OEMs view safety and security Aparna Khurjekar, Executive Director, connectivity concerns such as driver distraction and ‘hacking’ Verizon  Discern which services are best placed of on board systems and develop OEM ratified on embedded models such as remote solutions diagnostics or security and which will bestDoug Landaeta, Senior Project Manager, Nissan suit mobile platforms to build combined Aftermarket Revolution: EXCLUSIVE FOR 2011 solutionsHenry Bzeih, National Manager, Kia MotorsBarry Ratzlaff, Director – Service Operations, Build Partnerships to Frank Hirschenberger, Director, CustomerHyundai Secure Consumers Advanced Technology Solutions, ATX GroupModerator: Ralf Hug, President, Trajectory Group  Analyze emerging opportunities for aftermarket solutions to ensure you are CRUCIAL building products that are in-sync with Transform Cars into theUSDOT Sheds Light on SESSION today’s consumers “Ultimate” Connected DeviceDriver Distraction Issues  Discuss security and alternative services Explore how the automotive telematics andAs we investigate solutions that bring copious that are proving successful for aftermarket infotainment industry will benefit from aamounts of content into the vehicle, the USDOT solutions to fully understand the service first-mover position in implementing next-has become more vocal about driver distraction portfolio aftermarket solutions can sustain generation application platforms.concerns.  Learn how to build partnerships with retail  Explore how emerging platforms that Analyze the true level of USDOT concerns to outlets to maximize marketing & installation leverage standards like Flash, HTML 5, work-out how your solutions strategy will opportunities outside of car dealerships to and Java will help cars eclipse the most need to evolve in order to maintain market strengthen your portfolio advanced consumer devices in both progression Greg Ross, Vice President of Business Extensions, capability and connectivity Look into Government-led research results and OnStar  Learn how to develop applications that techniques to understand how to steer future enable content and application logic to commercial developments to stay one step “float” among devices and the cloud, ahead of the curve creating new business models and First-hand information on what legislations and KEYNOTE SPEAKERS INCLUDE: consumer experiences Government directives are being considered  Assess the opportunity for connecting cars and gauge its impact on the industry in general to healthcare systems and digital homes, to and your offerings in particular maximize your business portfolioDavid Strickland, Administrator for NHTSA Andy Poliack, Director - Business Development(National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), Automotive, QNXU.S. Department Of Transportation Closing Keynote The event helped Summarize the key learnings to “ us determine our business agenda for the rest of the year. consolidate your Telematics Detroit 2011 experience! Roger Lanctot, Senior Analyst & Director for ” Follow Telematics Update on at for Business Development, Strategy Analytics the latest industry insights and Telematics Detroit announcements – look for #DT11
  6. 6. TRACK 1 June 8 & 9, 2011Infotainment & Content for AutomotiveThe Art and Science of Building Developer Requirements for Auto Digital Media on the Go: SeamlessAutomotive Applications Success Consumer EntertainmentWith the recent unveiling of Entune, Toyota Examine the business of connected cars Experiences from Home intoenters the world of Automotive Apps. Discuss from a fresh perspective to gauge what the the Carthe automotive requirements for successful automotive industry needs to offer mobileapp integration. and web players. Emerging trends in the automotive infotainment market are changing the digital Understand the OEM psyche to gauge which  Gauge who is driving development and entertainment landscape and increasing the drivers are influencing filtering, ranking whether R&D costs lie with OEMs, tier need for compatibility between home and and eventual selection of in-vehicle apps to ones, web developers, wireless carriers or mobile networks. build long term partnerships and dynamic a combination of all to work-out business solutions strategies  Assess use cases for deploying music, video, infotainment and apps in-car as an extension Evaluate how cloud hosted systems will  Identify the best opportunities for of the home entertainment experience to combine dynamic content with in-car developers in aftermarket and OEM grasp how your business will benefit operations to deliver the ultimate driver subscription channels and compare revenue experience via a pure off-board model percentages splits, lucrative strategies etc.  Hear how industry standards will enable seamless sharing of digital content between Learn how governance, utility, perceived  Establish best methods of personalized and the home, the car and entertainment devices value, time, effort, cognitive processing and market competitive content delivery for to compel consumer adoption simplicity all have a voice in the process for both passengers and drivers that compel successful application implementation cross-demographic adoption and maximize  Discover the role of metadata and advanced in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) profits recognition technologies in enhancing theJim Pisz, Corporate Manager Advanced consumer entertainment experience andTechnology, Toyota Guy Story, CTO & Chief Scientist, Audible enabling differentiation to increase usage Patrick Polking, Senior Director, Disney & ESPN and drive consumptionHow to Re-Define Operating Jessica Steel, Executive Vice President of Business Zac Johnson, Product Manager, Rovi Development, PandoraSystemsWith so many competing OSs in today’s Work Collaboratively withmarket, software development and Infrastructure and CRUCIAL SESSION Government Bodies to Minimizeimplementation is a minefield. Hear which OS Data Plan Concernsis gaining traction with the automakers. R&D Spend Strategy Analytics predict that the global Which platforms meet auto-grade mobile M2M market will reach $57 billion by Align yourself with key bodies such as the requirements? We examine Android, QNX, 2014. Plot carrier migration paths & assess USDOT and NHTSA, from product inception GENIVI, Terminal Mode etc. to work-out how trends in data usage to re-align monetization right until implementation in order to gain to improve the interaction between the strategies. approval and reduce driver distraction and head-unit and the phone related issues.  Hear carriers spell out regional plans for in- Become an expert in open and closed OS vehicle data usage and the future structure  Hear how to build and deploy solutions and related application APIs to understand of data plans to prepare for strategies for which are in line with existing and new Govt. how platforms will be licensed and evaluate imminent market conditions legislations in order to develop services that the emerging options for 3rd party have market longevity  Identify network improvements to ascertain developers when and how increased coverage will  Assess which specific HMI features such as Analyze the likelihood of standardized OS enhance your market offerings and whether flash-enabled displays are causing alarms and APIs to reduce development costs to to implement 2.5G, 3G or 4G connectivity and hear how to alleviate concerns by voice entice 3rd party developers to move towards technology, intuitive interfaces etc. to re-  Hear how current wireless frameworks, the auto environment focus R&D aggregation software and back-end systemsKyle Walworth, Senior Manager of Global can be utilized for your forthcoming  Establish the balance between leveragingHardware and Software Architectures, solutions to upgrade where required for in-car apps and driver distraction to deliver aGENIVI/Visteon higher bandwidth compliant yet tech-savvy platformAndy Poliack, Director - Business Development Sai Yagnyamurthy, Manager - Business Solutions, Gary Wallace, Vice President - CorporateAutomotive, QNX Verizon Relations, ATX GroupAndrew Till, CTO and Head of Solutions Angel Mercedes, Business Development Ronald Medford, Deputy Administrator forDevelopment, Teleca Manager, T-Mobile NHTSA, U.S. Department Of TransportationFloris Van de-Klashorst, Director for Automotive,Nokia Call Telematics Update on (US tf ) 1 800 814 3459 x 7585 or +44 (0) 207 375 7585 (global) to speak to a member of the Telematics Detroit team
  7. 7. TRACK 2 June 8 & 9, 2011 Telematics for Electric & Hybrid Vehicles ESSENTIALHuman Machine Electric Vehicle 360 – How Telematics Which Charger? On the REFERENCE POINTSInterface (HMI): The Completes the Circle? Road, On the Move, or, At HomeLatest Battleground of  Receive a ‘status update’ on charging For EVs to gain consumer acceptance, charging infrastructure roadmaps, pricing models and infrastructure must be accessible.Infotainment solutions viability to see how your existing  Evaluate various charging infrastructures suchA compelling and easy to use HMI is products will lend itself to the EV space as fast charging, wireless charging, embeddedthe key to attaining brand success.  Learn which criterion such as market viability systems etc. to see which will prove successful andThe iPhone and Ford SYNC preach and economic impact will enable you to prime with which type of EVsthe importance of user-experiences. your business to ally itself with companies that  Pick out operational lessons from various pilotsConsider the latest developments and have achieved recent government funding including best station locations, tech. for securemarket opportunities.  Discuss current automaker-utility demos, tech charging and installation provision to devise a Take a look at consumer multi-screen viable adoption strategy trials and pilot results to evaluate how your demands and UI options to ascertain offerings compare to competing systems  Gather alternatives to conventional plug-in the on-board connectivity and inter- Veerender Kaul, Director - Automotive & charging. Assess differing models such as battery platform communications Transportation, Frost & Sullivan leasing, battery swapping, range extension Learn from market dominant CE technologies etc. devices and recognize strategic Mariana Gerzanych, CEO, 350Green partnerships i.e. Apple, Android, Automaker Blueprint - Foundations Microsoft, etc. and new software for EV and PHEV Growth platforms and tech options to raise Place your Solutions on FUTURE VIEW  Understand differing OEM business models to the bar of your market offerings the V2G (Vehicle-to-Grid) Map scale up EV production and work out lucrative Quantify industry and OEM spend in channels for telematics services and solutions  Understand V2G communication requirements time and development dollars and such as charge level or point availability and  Will the intelligence for a smart EV gauge the impact of compelling HMI the amount of co-operation required to bring infrastructure reside in-vehicle or off-board? to your balance sheet to ensure your connectivity into the equation Discuss advantages and feasibility to gauge business is achieving solid ROI  Discover range options and advanced services such which will be preferred by end-usersJoe Beiser, Connected Services, Global as time-to-charge info and charging availabilities  Discover the intricacies of EV architecture toStrategy & Business Development, that V2G communications technology will bring discern whether communication modules willFord Motor Company into play be embedded within the CAN bus or off-boardAndy Poliack, Director - Business  Take a look at the required data transfer between to ensure data is accurately pulled from theDevelopment Automotive, QNX vehicle, charging station and the grid to assess the vehicleTy Roberts, CTO Co-Founder, Gracenote role of telematics for energy resource management Siani Kiyonaga, Business Development Manager,Michael Tschirhart, Ph.D. Human Factors Per Lindberg, Global Business Development Executive ToyotaTechnical Fellow and HMI R&D Manager, Automotive, TelenorVisteon Telematics – a ‘Must Have’ for How to Get a Commercial Move on V2XTouchless Technologies for Connected EVs CommunicationsUpdated HMI  Explore which telematics systems will best What steps need to be taken? provide charge level data, routing information,  Understand the cross-functional relationships We reveal the best HMI solutions for nearest charge source etc. to beat consumer required between the Government, OEMs, your organization! Learn which new ‘range anxiety’ and increase adoption standards agencies and other necessary players to technologies, tools and processes will strengthen your brand  How to bundle location based services implement a V2X infrastructure (LBS) such as traffic, weather etc. with EV led  Examine the various stages of development and Use existing in-vehicle system solutions such as ‘charge level’ to open up new hear what to expect from first applications such as components such as infra-red revenue streams weather and emergency information and how it based technology to diversify your HMI offerings and placate driver  Discuss how telematics services, apps and RVD will evolve to include safety services distraction concerns (remote vehicle diagnostics) will help electric  Discuss business models and consumer options utilities better manage load, demand and such as opt-in/out and subscriptions to understand How to make the most of natural distribution networks how to build V2X capabilities and gain initial human motion for intuitive system Siani Kiyonaga, Business Development Manager. consumer buy-in control at a low price point Toyota Henry Bzeih, National Manager, KiaPhilippe Plantier, Chief Scientific Officer, Leon Hong, CTO, Aibiquity Inc. Partha Goswami, Technology Manager, General MotorsH2i Technologies Check out the latest speaker line-up and session announcements at
  8. 8. TRACK 3 June 8 & 9, 2011Insurance Services and Auxiliary Telematics Services MarketsMutually Beneficial NEW FOR 2011 Ride the Wave of Content Growth Hotspot: Telematics inSolutions for Auto OEMs Integration for UBI Brazil Goes From Strength to& Insurers The industry as a whole is integrating StrengthFormulate a win-win relationship to monetize smartphones and mobile applications to Protocol ACP245 is imminent. Expand yourvehicle data and build useful driver profiles for provide bespoke driving experiences for global reach by building solutions in lineinsurers. consumers. Is this a realistic development for with the anti-theft regulation ahead of insurance telematics? implementation. Analyze business models and strategies to share data collected by on-board telematics  Analyze how intrinsic to the vehicle  Overcome hurdles imposed by the devices and fast-track through insurance insurance solutions are required to be, to Brazilian market place such as heavy pilot schemes and data collection exercises assess the need for embedded platforms, or taxes and consumer resistance to stability features for smartphone integration government involvement to devise practical Discuss generic OEM platform requirements and insurer data standards to implement  Understand the potential of always-on, manufacturing and back-end solutions across vehicles to develop agnostic solutions always with-you smartphone connectivity  Analyze the advantages of utilizing ACP245 for a wide range of insurance options per to target specified users and integrate technology as a platform for complimentary customer insurance services such as easy-to-use claims services such as remote door lock & unlock procedures to expand your services bundle Outline back-end solutions, data aggregation options and filtering methods  Gauge transmission frequencies and host  Address both consumer concerns and that use ready yet imperfect in-vehicle data- options such as the cloud to build data government regulations to implement a sets to build driver profiles plans and back-end systems with consumer- solution that will encourage trust and usage friendly price points whilst meeting all legal requirementsDoug Schumann, Director of Strategic Initiatives- White Stag Group, The Hartford Mike Slattery, Consumer Innovation, Greg Geiselhart, Director Sales- NA, WirelessCar Liberty MutualFred Blumer, Vice President of Aftermarket and Marcio Luz, Vehicle Telematics PM, VolvoData Services, Hughes Telematics Inc The Rising Sun: Capture Telematics Tap Into Aftermarket OpportunitiesCollect and Analyze Data Related Opportunities in China  Analyze market opportunities forEffectively to Create Driver Profiles As one of the largest and fastest growing aftermarket solutions to provide services to economies, now is the time to integrate older vehicles and fully capitalize on residingTelematics will aid diversification and telematics services into the local psyche. on-board datadevelopment of new insurance policies.Learn how to successfully gather, transfer,  Gain clarity on country-specify regulations  Discuss security and alternative servicesconsolidate and analyze data to furnish and map-out a business plan that complies such as auto-financing that are monetizinginsurers with detailed reports. with the regulatory environment in order to vehicle centric data proving successful for gain market acceptance aftermarket and OEM solutions Decipher the technologies involved, from device through to data aggregation  Hear which key market drivers such as  Learn of marketing opportunities outside of software, to ensure all components are consumer attitudes, available map data and car dealerships to take your solutions mass incorporated into your Usage-Based- network operator plans are most relevant to market and build your consumer portfolio Insurance (UBI) solution create the most desirable services bundle Scott Luckett, Automotive Aftermarket Industry See which aspects of driver behavior needs  Learn how OEMs are approaching the Associations, Aftermarket Industry Association to be measured and analyzed to create market to overcome cultural differences and Angel Mercedes, Business Development service options such as Pay-As-You-Drive bring your solutions in-line with automaker Manager, T-Mobile (PAYD) or Manage-How-You-Drive (MHYD) requirements for successful market uptake Moderator: Mark Licht, President, Discuss the level of transmission rates and Xiaopei Huang, Senior Manager, Visteon Licht & Associates data volumes to conduct intricate risk Moderator: Roger Dewey, Managing Member, analysis for advanced product development M2MV and pricing modelsNate Bryer, Manager, As a first time exhibitor “Allstate Insurance CompanyRobin Harbage, C-Counsel Consultant, EMB at this show the attendanceJohn Beal, Vice President Modelling, LexisNexis and interest were above our expectations. u-blox ”American Family (Speaker Name TBC Soon) For details of this years exhibition visit:
  9. 9. TRACK 4 June 8 & 9, 2011 TRACK 5 June 8 & 9, 2011Navigation & Location Based Services Commercial Telematics & Fleet Technology UpdatesIntuitive Navigation Map Enhancements to Aidfor Increased Customer ADAS (Advanced Driver The Essential Annual Mobile ResourceSatisfaction Assistance Systems) Market Update!Penetration rates for GPS navigation We assess what type of ADAS The volume of MRM units in services are set to exceedare well over 30%. Current navigation functionality will evolve from 7 million units by EOY 2012 (from 3 million EOY 2009).adopters are calling for a natural enhanced navigation systems such Capitalize on opportunities for your business in theexperience to move the industry’s as predictive front lighting to help booming US industry and the world stage.compass with enhanced visual features. differentiate services.  Ascertain the drivers behind the MRM market recovery Understand next-gen consumer  Discuss the relevance of map and align your company strategy to take full advantage of navigation requirements such as enhancements such as real time lucrative channels increased interest in natural routing traffic data and see which OEMs are guidance to develop enriched features partnering with whom to align your  Examine global market developments i.e. Latin America, and increase your consumer base strategy accordingly to identify opportunistic regional agendas that your business can profit from Hear how enhanced mapping features  Learn how the latest solutions such as easily visible road elements from map suppliers will overcome  Get the latest update on market consolidation, M&A will bring your business in line with concerns of positional accuracy and activity and stakeholder synergies to ensure your business the next wave of consumer telematics data relevance to win consumer will capitalize on approaching market movements Learn how to close the gap between confidence Clem Driscoll, Founder & Managing Partner, navigation system’s functionality  Gauge new cost-effective methods C.J Driscoll & Associates and consumer desire to harness the for incorporating maps with ADAS opportunity for increased adoption to define a compelling business case Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs): Bridge the and market gains for all players for integrated functionality across car Gap Between Passenger and Fleet VehicleTom Fox, Vice President Product linesManagement Americas, Navteq Bob Denaro, Vice President ADAS, Telematics Navteq LCVs provide a platform that requires both personal and truck telematics. How should the fleet space prepare forConnected Drivers: phone based solutions and apps?Automakers Discuss Unique Increase Regional Penetration  Assess how to integrate navigation systems with back-Approaches to “Auto-Mobile” of Local Navigation-Based office CRM-based tools to improve operational efficiencyIntegration of LBS Service Bundles  Analyze which apps to customize for the commercial  Assess the service integration industry. We take a look at driver scheduling , distractionAs the automotive industry races to requirements and the business and monitoring, enhanced navigation and specializedconnect their cars to the outside world, models of connected services such routinghear the role connected navigationwill play to fully incorporate consumer as speed radar detection, tourist  Gauge which apps will be resident on the smartphonedemands and offer upgradeable guides or coupon systems to provide and work to truck OEMs’ requirements and which will beservices. locally adapted solutions suitable for native to the commercial vehicle Decide which driver-centric services regional extension Tom Gafford, CTO, Guidepoint Systems such as traffic, parking, fuel prices or  Look at OEM pre-requisites for Chrysler (Speaker Name TBC Soon) weather provide daily relevance to efficient content aggregation and consumers and re-focus your services distribution networks to provide a The Convergence of Green Technologies bundle to unlock consumer wallets service bundle with enough elasticity to fit into multiple markets  Understand how merging telematics, smart grids and Learn how navigation applications electric vehicles will impact commercial fleets and get tips can utilize multi UI functionality for a  Understand the resulting evolution on approaches you should be considering as you plan for seamless home to vehicle connected of processes such as management the future services experience for enhanced and control of the navigation-based consumer usage applications set to build partnerships  Learn how to develop a game plan and business case in with global content providers line with the green market in order to build a strategic Pick-up and solve unique regional roadmap for your fleet issues and opportunities for deploying Cyril Zeller, Vice President Sales & traffic and other types of driver Marketing, Mobile Devices  Learn how to leverage existing auto and grid technologies services on a global basis to design, build and deploy the fleet of the future Mark Smith, VP Strategic Consulting,Moderator: Bill Schwebel, SVP of GE Capital Fleet ServicesMarketing and Product Planning, INRIX For group bookings and Exhibition inquiries call Telematics Update at (US tf ) 1 800 814 3459 x 7585 or +44 (0) 207 375 7585 (global)
  10. 10. Organized by:Unrivalled Networking: Facts & Stats for Telematics DetroitTelematics Detroit is attended by over 1,800 of the telematics industry’s leading decision makers. This is the world’s biggestgathering of telematics executives, and the forum is growing in scope, reputation and impact year on year!Know who you’ll be rubbing shoulders with Exclusive Online Networking Centerin June 2011 Contact those hard-to-reach senior level executives up to 8 weeks pre and post event. No need to sift through the onsiteView this breakdown of past attendees to see who’ll be attending delegate list, hoping to bump into your key future partners asTelematics Detroit 2011: you walk the floor. Book those crucial meetings, filling up your conference diary before you even arrive in Detroit. Auto OEM’s 28% Hardware/Device Manufacturers 20% Exclusive Networking Event Solution Developers 14% With over 1,800 industry leaders in attendance you’ll want a relaxed environment to meet, Service Providers 13% Key StAtS: build relationships and do business – 12% 80% networking as excellent of 2010 attendees rated with those professionals important to App Developers your company. In conjunction with Wireless 7% Telenor we’ve organized a networking 92% of sponsors 2010 Carriers & exhibitors party as a fruitful conclusion to day 1 of Consultants 4% returned in the conference (June 8). Other 2% 93% of delegates rated our Make sure you keep your diary free speakers as top-class for this important networking event! Telematics Awards 2011 (June 7) Break the ice at this An unmissable networking opportunity with the crème de la crème pre conference event of the telematics industy! and there’ll be no Come and join us for the Gala dinner in the newly re-furbished Ballroom awkward formal at the Hotel Baronette; an ideal way to meet industry professionals in a introductions needed beautiful setting. Enjoy a delightful, varied menu and free flowing drinks. at breakfast Day 1. The ONLY Focused Telematics Expo Top Reasons To Claim Your Prime Telematics Detroit Exhibition Space Today Sign up now to secure the best booth on the Expo floor and give your products and services the competitive edge. Meet directly with your best prospects and clients as Telematics Detroit is the one event where industry leaders make informed procurement decisions. Sign up early to capitalize on pre-event visibility via our network of key industry players to guarantee that the industry and press talk about YOU! Don’t forget that the Telematics Detroit Exhibition Floor is the place where all the deals are made; products are launched, showcased and demonstrated. Do the right thing for your company and book your space at before the floor sells-out! Contact the Telematics Detroit team at or (US tf ) 1 800 814 3459 x 7585 or (global) +44 (0) 207 375 7585
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