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  • 1. Automotive innovatie nieuwe stijl bij TomTom Presentatie Prodas, 12 april 2011 Carlo van de Weijer, VP Business Development
  • 2. TomTom
    • Founded 1991
    • Growing...
      • 2001: 2M,
      • 2002: 8M
      • 2003: 40M
      • 2004: 192M
      • 2005: 720M
      • 2006: 1364M
      • 2007: 1737M
      • 2008: 1674M
      • 2009: 1480M
      • 2010: 1521M
    • Core activities:
      • Customer support
      • R&D
      • Marketing
  • 3. Portfolio 07/10/11 WORK Consumer Automotive Licensing Tele Atlas Multinet® Tele Atlas ConnectPlus® Tele Atlas Connect™ Connector Roads for MultiNet® Navigable Coverage via Partner Product
  • 4.
    • TomTom’s Automotive Business Unit, and general Development Center for embedded software and hardware development
    • >300 FTE
    • Located Luchthavenweg 48
    • History:
      • 1984 – 1998 Philips Car Systems
      • 1998 – 2001 Mannesmann VDO
      • 2001 – SiemensVDO Automotive
      • 2007> TomTom BV
    Profile TomTom Eindhoven
  • 5. The car has become an electronic device...
  • 6.
    • Two categories:
    • Safety critical (eg Curve speed warning, IACC)
    • Non safety critical (eg Headlights, shifting algorythm, cooling strategy)
    Navigation helping the vehicle: “E-horizon”
  • 7. Electronics in cars; evolution of BMW 7-series 1 ~8 ~64 ~512 E38 E65 current generation 7 series Source: BMW 10/2002 Signals on CAN-bus = n Sender / receiver interaction = n^2 Effort for integration and calibration = n^3 [-] (E38 = 1)
  • 8.  
  • 9. Installed Base 45 Million
  • 10. TomTom Historical Speed Database: Anonymous location and speed information from the TomTom community
  • 11.
    • TomTom database contains over 2.000 billion observations (currently growing with 3,5 billion measurements per day)
    • On top of that we receive real-time floating car data (FCD) from a fast growing fleet of connected customers (currently ±2M) and from “floating phone data” from our cooperation with Telco´s
    TomTom Historical Speed Database: Anonymous location and speed information from the TomTom community
  • 12. Using Community Feedback for Better Routing Standard navigation system: 4 min 6 min 5 min
  • 13. Using Community Feedback for Better Routing TomTom IQ Routes navigation system: 7 min 6 min 9 min
  • 14. Better Routing, time dependent TomTom IQ Routes navigation system during night: 4 min 6 min 5 min
  • 15. Detailed information on all important roads
  • 16. Using real-time community feedback: HD Traffic
  • 17.  
  • 18. Regular evening peak traffic in Rotterdam-Utrecht area (Monday October 11 th ) www.routes.tomtom.com
  • 19. … and in Berlin www.routes.tomtom.com
  • 20. ... and in Brussels 16:45 www.routes.tomtom.com
  • 21. … and in London www.routes.tomtom.com
  • 22. Future outlook
    • We will receive even more historical and real-time data: Floating Car Data will be available for Europe. FCD will be enriched with new sensor information
    • Increased quality of navigation through predictive navigation and crowd planning
    • Link to Vehicle-to-Vehicle and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure technology will further enhance traffic management value
    • New developments: TomTom Incident Management System
  • 23. Smart Mobility Carlo van de Weijer, Director Strategic Area Smart Mobility
  • 24. Dutch Automotive Industry 300 companies 45k employees 17B€ revenue
    • Focus area’s:
    • Vehicle efficiency
    • Cooperative Mobility
  • 25. Freedom, prosperity, fun…
  • 26. The car as ultimate freedom machine
  • 27. Negative sides Negative aspects Air pollution
  • 28. Negative aspects Car accidents
  • 29. Negative aspects Traffic jams
  • 30. From more roads to more effectively use roads… Trend
  • 31. Smart Mobility: Cars solving their own problems
  • 32. Research themes Smart Mobility
  • 33.
    • Cars in the future:
    • No polution
    • Being in a traffic jam is predictable and voluntary happening
    • Sustainable energy source
    • Near-zero accidents
  • 34.
    • Technology will significantly raise efficiency in transport and logistics
    • Cars will solve their own problems; They need a limited infra investment: maximize usage of current infrastructure
    • Everybody will still be able to enjoy the freedom of driving
  • 35. TU/e Smart Mobility
  • 36. Thanks for your Attention [email_address]