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    • BOOK EARLYTO SAVE £££s Prices, packages and booking form on page 8 12 – 14 December 2011 Victoria Park Plaza, London, United Kingdom Hear from: Andrew Edison Vice President EMEA AT&T Talking Machine Marc Sauter Global Director of M2M Business Development Vodafone Angel David García Barrio Head of Strategy and Alliances –Global M2M Telefónica Strategy and Opportunity in embedded mobile for telecom Stephan Keuneke operators, MVNOs and their partners Head of M2M pricing and Business models Navigate the challenges of incorporating M2M into your business model – Deutsche Telekom can operators provide more than basic connectivity? Gain insights from operators already boosting their revenue through M2M and learn from their Thierry Zylberberg strategy. Hear from AT&T, Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone. See page 4... Executive Vice President and Head of eHealth France Telecom Identify the key areas for growth in the M2M market Learn from detailed analyses of each major industry verticals and discover which will be most Edward Candy profitable with sessions from Telenor Connexion, Cable and Wireless, Life Belarus and France CTO Telecom. See page 4... 3 Group Optimise your service offering through strategic partnerships Explore the impact of partnerships along the M2M value chain and learn from Telefónica, Turkcell Matteo Gatta and Belgacom. Build your own partnerships with over 8 hours of joint networking time with our co- Chief Innovation Officer Belgacom located event ‘Connected Vehicle World’. See page 6... M2M World is is Co-located! Robert Brunbäck Conference introduction page 2 Head of M2M Market Strategy M2M World will be co-located with the inaugural Telenor Connexion Key speakers page 3 Full conference programme pages 4 - 6 Emmanuel Routier www.terrapinn.com/connectedvehicles All booking offers and options back page Director of International M2M Centre What does this mean? Mobistar Although separate events, both conferences will take place in the same venue at the same time. Participants will benefit from shared content and joint networking, Marc Overton allowing you to meet all delegates from both conferences! See page 2 >> Book early and SAVE £££s! Vice President of wholesale and M2M Everything Everywhere www.terrapinn.com/m2m Dr Gopi Kurup Sponsored by: Organised by: CEO Telekom Malaysia Research and Development BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/m2m | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508
    • Book early and save M2M World Europe 2011 Europe’s premier conference focusing on the opportunity Book early to M2M and connected devices bring to telecom operators and save £££s MVNOs Developing a commercial strategy for the See page 8 for details M2M industry With margins from traditional services continuing to decline, telecom operators are increasingly seeking opportunities for new areas for revenue growth. M2M services present a key area for rapid growth and operators are now looking to understand Operators who how to successfully enter the M2M market. Can operators pull have attended other together a fragmented market to offer end to end solutions, or Terrapinn telco will their role simply be connectivity? Increasingly, operators are recognising that a new strategy for the M2M market is necessary events include: and innovative business models must be used. • AT&T However, identifying the best ways to monetize M2M and build revenue in a fragmented value chain is proving difficult. • BT See page 4... • BICS • Deutsche Telekom Gain the essential knowledge needed to examine the Building strategic partnerships • France Telecom opportunities in each of the industry verticals and ensure With the M2M value chain being divided, operators are seeking diversification into the right areas. • Telecom Italia to build strong partnerships across the value chain. Operators • Du recognise mutually beneficial partnerships are key to successful M2M World evaluates the prospects for each industry verticals entry into the M2M market and are keen to gain control in the • Telefonica and the specific challenges and opportunities in entering niche multiplayer industry. See page 4... • Telenor markets. See page 4... • Mobile Telesystems Examine the role of the Cloud in the M2M M2M World 2011 is co-located with • Verizon market ‘Connected Vehicle World’ 2011 • Level 3 M2M World 2011 analyses the role of cloud computing in • Rostelecom allowing more efficient M2M connections and delivers case Connected Vehicle World 2011 explores the world of • PCCW Global studies on the benefits of using a cloud computing platform intelligent transport systems, connected applications in the to add value. Can cloud computing offer more intelligent automotive industry and the networks that support them. • Everything management of networks? See page 5... Everywhere Connected Vehicle World is the premier European • 3 Group Acquiring M2M customers – new channels for conference for senior decision makers from Automakers, • Sprint a new industry OEMs and wireless carriers. • Telekom Austria Operators are seeking to build a new customer base for the M2M industry, How can operators engage with the M2M customer The co-location of ‘M2M World’ and ‘Connected Vehicle • TDC World’ will bring the benefits of joint networking and shared and create bespoke solutions? See page 5... • Vodafone content, allowing you to meet key prospects from across the • Starhub In order to successfully build an M2M customer base, operators M2M value chain. • Telekom Malaysia are looking to construct an aggressive pricing strategy. Despite • Eircom this objective operators want to learn how to price long contracts with high volumes and low ARPU. See page 4... • Virgin • China Telecom • Tata Communications • Qtel • Saudi Telecom CONFERENCE OVERVIEW Company • OTE Monday Tuesday Wednesday 12th December 13th December 14th September • China Unicom See page 4 See page 4 & 5 See page 6 • Gateway Communication • Telecom Argentina Main Conference Day Main Conference Day • iBasis One Two • KPN Telematics Focus Day • Turk Telekom “M2M Strategy and “Differentiating your • NTT America Business Models” M2M Offering” • Colt Networking shared with Networking shared with Content and Networking • Cogent shared with Communications • Cable & Wireless Worldwide2 BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/m2m | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508
    • www.terrapinn.com/m2m Book early and save Learn from an outstanding line 8 key reasons to attend Something to up of speakers say?1. Understand how to incorporate M2M intoyour business model. Andrew Edison Talk to us aboutHear Deutsche Telekom evaluate the businessmodels needed for the M2M industry and Telekom Vice President EMEA sponsorship AT&T opportunitiesAustria identify the best pricing strategy for M2M. Gain insights from Andrew Edison as heSee page 4... uncovers how operators can take control of the M2M value chain and maximise Call Rebecca Mantle2. Investigate the benefits of working with revenue growth. See page 4... on +44 (0) 207 092MVNOs 1194Examine the prospects held in MVNOs and understandthe potential for quick access to into different industryverticals. Hear from the Founder of MVNO Stream Marc SauterCommunications and CEO of Aeris. See page 5... Global Director of M2M Business Development3. Unearth the potential held by differentindustry verticals Vodafone Join the debate with Marc Sauter and Save 25%Learn from France Telecom, Cable and Wireless examine whether operators are able toWorldwide, Telenor Connexion and Life Belarus provide more than just basic connectivity. Why not send youras they deliver detailed case studies on the most See page 4... team and saveprofitable industry verticals. See page 4... more?4. Learn from key players looking to provide Send 3 delegates: Stephan Keunekemore than basic connectivity Head of M2M pricing and Business Save an extra 10%Vodafone, AT&T, Belgacom and Mobistar debate the Modelspotential for building revenue through delivering end-to- Deutsche Telekom Send 6 delegates:end solutions. See page 4... Stephan will use his years of experience Save an extra 20% in the M2M industry to identify ways to5. Navigate through the different options for pull a fragmented industry into a workable Send 8 delegates:partnerships business model. See page 4...Identify the different strategies for M2M partnerships; Save an extra 25%will horizontal or vertical focus be best? Turkcell andTelefonica uncover the advantages and drawbacks of To register a groupfocussing on each vertical. See page 4... Angel David Garcia Barrio call +44 (0) 207 242 Head of Strategy and Alliances – Global 23246. Examine the benefits of using a cloud M2Mcomputing platform to enhance your M2M Telefónicaoffering Learn from Angel’s expertise in the M2MDigicel and Interoute debate the uses of cloud industry as he evaluates the need to meet consumer demands and offer tailoredcomputing in M2M. Can the cloud help implement VAS M2M solutions. See page 5... "With M2Mand applications that will enhance user experience?See page 5... becoming a key area for Telcos7. Identify the key technologies to boost yourM2M performance Robert Brunbäck this summit3 Group and Telekom Malaysia navigate the different Head of M2M Market Strategy will providetechnologies to ensure a reliable and secure M2M. Telenor ConnexionSee page 5... Robert Brunbäck tackles the growing a premier world of consumer electronics and opportunity8. Network across the whole M2M value evaluates the implications of mass M2M demand. See page 4... to exchangechainGain valuable insights in the telematics industry insights andthrough share content with Connected Vehicle World experiences onfeaturing presentations from Nissan, Audi, BMW and Thierry ZylberbergVolvo. See page 6... Executive Vice President and head of how M2M will eHealth be vital to future France Telecom Thierry Zylberberg shares his extensive growth for The Terrapinn difference knowledge of the health industry and uncovers the opportunities held for operators"Terrapinn events create exciting places to... operators. See page 4... Mark Sauler• interact and grow knowledge Global Director of• meet and make contacts Edward Candy M2M Business• become inspired and re-energised CTO Development use your brain 3 Group Ed Candy navigates the challenges of standardisation across the M2M industry. See page 5... Vodafone BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/m2m | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508 3
    • Book early and save M2M World Europe 2011 CONFERENCE DAY ONE – MONDAY DECEMBER 12 08.00 Registration and refreshments GAINING A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH 09.00 Chairman’s opening remarks STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS Matt Hatton, Director, Machina Research 13.30 Panel discussion: Adopting the best market strategy – IDENTIFYING THE OPERATORS ROLE IN THE M2M General partnerships Vs vertical focus? ECOSYSTEM • Does a vertical focus ensure greater expertise? • Building revenue streams through general partnerships 09.10 Keynote: Slicing up the m2m value chain – how can • Can operators compete with more niche players? operators gain control? • Assessing the feasibility of switching between industries – • Capitalising on the evolving world of embedded connectivity changing strategy for each industry vertical • Working in a multiplayer industry – understanding the role of Ethem Eldem, Head of Partnership Management and Corporate partnerships Products, Turkcell • Adjusting business models to successfully monetize m2m Angel David Garcia Barrio, Head of Strategy and Alliances- • Identifying crucial technologies – which will be key for the Global M2M, Telefonica future of m2m: Carlos Julio Lourenco, Head of M2M Unit, Optimus - Next generation networks? - IPv6? 14.20 Accelerating growth through joint ventures and strategic - Cloud? partnerships Andrew Edison, Head of EMEA, AT&T • Evaluating the increasing m2m competition • Identifying successful partnerships for mutual benefit 09.40 Developing an approach for the m2m industry – identifying • Addressing multiple partnerships along the value chain the best M2M platform • Offsetting ROI with joint venture objectives • Integrating varying aspects of m2m • Increasing coverage through international partnerships • Choosing a successful market strategy For sponsorship opportunities contact Rebecca Mantle on • Positioning and packaging your offer – how can this be +44 207 092 1194 communicated in the industry? • Leveraging your existing brand to enhance m2m market share FOCUSSING ON INDUSTRY VERTICALS For sponsorship opportunities please call Rebecca Mantle on +44 207 092 1194 14.50 Examining the advantages of mobile penetration to other industries 10.10 Keynote panel debate: Can operators provide more then • Working with government to engage public in M2M basic connectivity? • Assessing the value of embedded connectivity for community • Understanding how to build revenue growth through enhancement delivering end-to-end solutions • Building on M2M to improve banking and mobile payments • Can adding applications and VAS increase ARPU? Ozcan Ermis, CEO, Life Belarus • Examining the benefits of delivering ‘managed connectivity’ • Does ‘basic connectivity’ offer lower ROI? 15.20 Afternoon refreshments and networking Marc Sauter, Head of Global M2M Business Development, Vodafone 15.50 Utilities: Cable and wireless’ energy metering initiative Matteo Gatta, Chief Innovation Officer, Belgacom • Ensuring reliability across the grid Emmanuel Routier, Director of M2M and International M2M • Leveraging next generation network services for intelligent Centre, Mobistar data management Craig Wood, Global Head of M2M, Logica • Providing real time information solutions Amy Cooke, Strategic Business Development Director, Cable 10.50 Morning refreshments shared with and Wireless Worldwide 16.20 Mhealth: France Telecom’s eHealth strategy OVERCOMING BUSINESS MODEL & BILLING CHANGES • Building mobile health communication networks • Guaranteeing seamless transfer of information 11.20 Generating a new billing approach for the ‘internet of things’ • Analysing key growth potential in the eHealth industry • Viewing pricing and billing models as a key differentiator • Targeting eHealth services – the importance of recognising • Operating in a highly competitive market audience demands • Dealing with new pricing requirements: Thierry Zylberberg, EVP and Head of eHealth, France Telecom - Low ARPU - High volumes 16.50 Consumer Electronics: Delivering m2m to the mass market - Long contract • Examining the potential boom for embedded connectivity in Phat Huynh, Head of M2M, Telekom Austria consumer electronics • Coping with the demand on the network – will consumer 11.50 Pulling together a fragmented market – building a successful m2m place a strain on the network m2m business model • Accelerating market entry for the next generation of • Viewing ‘connectivity as a commodity’ connected devices • Incorporating applications and VAS into the model Robert Brunback, Head of M2M market Strategy, Telenor • Benefitting from the ‘economies of scale’ in the m2m Connexion industry • Including multiple partnerships into the business model 17.20 Chairman’s closing remarks Stephan Keuneke, Head of M2M Pricing and Business models, Deutsche Telekom 17.30 Networking Drinks reception with 12.20 Networking Lunch shared with4 BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/m2m | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508
    • www.terrapinn.com/m2m Book early and save CONFERENCE DAY TWO – TUESDAY DECEMBER 1308.00 Registration and refreshments • Forecasting the progression of m2m as an international service09.00 Chairman’s opening remarks • Overcoming the challenges of deployment and roaming availability DIFFERENTIATING YOUR M2M OFFERING Helene Hartlief, Head of M2M Marketing, KPN09.10 Keynote: Delivering an optimum service to increase market 13.00 Networking Lunch Shared with share • Building volumes through ensuring QoS and reliability • Guaranteeing secure services – a key differentiator? MVNO: HOW FAR CAN M2M GO? • Does level of service rely solely on the investment level? • Enhancing your offering through VAS and ‘platform as a 14.15 Accelerating and enabling m2m innovation through MVNO service’ technology Marc Overton, Vice President Wholesale and M2M, • Profiting from self management of network services Everything Everywhere • Providing multifunction services – is this more efficient as an MVNO?09.40 Staying ahead with cloud advantages • Gaining improved access to markets – increasing m2m • Improving m2m accessibility through the cloud – creating expansion ‘availability anywhere’ • Delivering on a world class roaming strategy – assessing the • Pulling a fragmented market together through cloud services global advantages of MVNOs • Can cloud computing help to lower unit costs for m2m? Nigel Chadwick, Managing Director and Founder, • Managing capacity and network traffic via the cloud Stream Communications David Hodgers, Group Director of Products, Digicel 14.45 Panel debate: Successfully partnering with MVNOs10.10 Enhancing m2m services through a cloud computing platform • Are MVNOs just a second ‘go to market’ option? • Creating a more user- centric m2m offering with the cloud • Can MVNOs provide an advantage when working within a • Analysing mass volumes of data using the cloud – increasing specific industry vertical? operators’ control • Reducing time to market through an MVNO m2m strategy • Reducing infrastructure costs while meeting the dynamic • Using MVNOs to develop bespoke , turnkey solutions needs of m2m Nigel Chadwick, Managing Director and Founder, • Benefitting from cloud as a versatile platform Stream Communications Mark Lewis, Director Services Development, Interoute Marc Jones, CEO, Aeris Jacques Bonifay, CEO, Transatel10.45 Morning refreshments and Networking shared with 15.30 Afternoon refreshments and with FILLING YOUR PIPELINE – HOW TO AQUIRE M2M CUSTOMERS SUCCESSFULLY DEPLOYING YOUR M2M SERVICE11.15 Engaging with the enterprise m2m customer – 16.15 Determining the key factors for m2m roll-out understanding and meeting consumer demands • Identifying the best hardware and software to minimise • Identifying ‘who owns the customer’ operation costs - Direct Vs indirect channels • Subsidising investment requirements through partnerships • Which services will add value and contribute to meaningful and joint deployment customer experiences? • Standardising connection across multiple platforms • Altering customer adoption channels for the m2m market • Overcoming challenges of network scalability – meeting • Creating tailored services – adjusting for customers in unique networking requirements differing industries Ed Candy, CTO, 3 Group Angel David Garcia Barrio, Head of Strategy and Alliances – Global M2M, Telefonica 16.45 Understanding the importance of IPv6 – meeting the explosion in connections THE EVOLUTION OF DATA ROAMING • Looking to IPv6 as an enabler of long term m2m growth • Improving seamless connection through IP technology11.45 Overcoming challenges of ‘between - network’ roaming • Enabling a smooth transition from IPv4 • Developing roaming agreements – assuring mutual benefits • Rolling out IPv6 – overcoming replacement challenges • Enabling real time tracking across networks for time-critical Dr Gopi Kurup, CEO, Telekom Malaysia Research and Design services • Partnering with SIM manufacturers to offer a standardised 17.15 Chairman’s closing remarks solution • Overcoming the challenges of deployment and roaming 17.25 Networking Drinks Reception availability Emmanuel Routier, Director of M2M International Centre, Mobistar Remember to book early to Save £££!12.15 Examining the outlook for the globalisation of m2m • Developing mobile aware platforms See page 8 for packages and prices • Can m2m be standardised to work for cross boarder connection? • Driving ARPU for m2m through international service provision BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/m2m | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508 5
    • Book early and save M2M World Europe 2011 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 14 - TELEMATICS FOCUS DAY 08:30 Registration • Educating customers on the effective use of new services • Maximising telematics potential in localised markets 09:00 Chairman’s opening remarks • Providing dynamic real-time location based services combined with mobile marketing in apps ENSURING INTEROPERABILITY WITH STANDARDISATION Ethem Eldem, Head of Product & Partnership, Turkcell 09:10 Creating a standard for Smartphone connectivity 12:55 Infrastructure enabling mass connected vehicles • Learn of the features and benefits of Terminal Mode as • Requirements that connectivity architectures needs to fulfil technical standard to connect full Smartphone capabilities to • Effectively seeing each car as a node in the network a vehicle • Separating in-car and out-of-car connectivity for security • Providing personalized and relevant value added services Dirk Schlesinger, Head of Automotive, Cisco Systems Gmbh • Bringing mobile innovation and speed into the vehicle and increasing driver experience and safety with Terminal Mode 13:15 Networking Lunch Floris Van-de-Klashorst, Director Automotive Services, Nokia 14:15 Panel: Helping auto OEMs meet the potential of telematics, 09:30 Enabling the commercial success of services with standards while maximising revenue • Developing the standards to make solutions scalable and • Generating revenue from connected vehicles testable • Understand data usage trends in the connected vehicle • Integrating ICT solutions over IP networks for innovation • Identify where current networks will have to upgrade • Developing collaborative ecosystems to deploy service platforms • Viewing vehicles as a part of the wider M2M ecosystem Graziella Spinelli, Senior Project Manager, Services Platforms Innovation, Telecom Italia ENSURE VEHICLE EVOLUTION AND GENERATE LOYALTY WITH AUTO-APPS MAKING PORTABLE AND EMBEDDED SOLUTIONS WORK 15:00 Overcome the long development lifecycles with apps 09:50 How advanced voice recognition will reduced driver distraction • Providing third parties developers with the vehicle APIs to Vlad Sejnoha, Chief Technology Officer, Nuance allow access to all sensors • Maximising revenue in smartphone HU and embedded HUs 10:10 The right connectivity approach for each customer • Evolving the smartphone appstore model to automotive users • What connectivity solution will maximise user experience? Niclas Lindmark, Head of IQon, SAAB • Satisfy customer demand without pay monthly contracts • Embedding apps to improve customer experience 15:25 Engaging the developer community to create auto- apps • Maximise the revenue potential of the Chinese market • Developing the structures to support developers long-term David McClure, Director of Telematics and ITS, SBD • Enabling developers to effectively test in car-apps • Create the developer audience needed for auto-app stores INTELLIGENT NAVIGATION AND LOCATION BASED SERVICES • Best practice case studies from other industries engaging the developer community 10:35 Generating the intelligent maps for connected vehicles Matt Brooke-Smith, Director, Future Workshops • Developing maps for the car, rather than the driver • Embedded 3D maps which reduce consumption and emissions 15:45 Afternoon Refreshments and Networking shared with • Reducing ‘range anxiety’ by enabling accurate EV range predictions and improving battery management strategies • Improving ADAS with accurate road geometry (slope and curve) Adam Denman, Managing Director Europe, Intermap Technologies 16:15 Supplying data rich cloud based entertainment • Side stepping unreliable connections for infotainment 10:55 Morning Refreshments and Networking shared with • Strong in-car system connections to ensure data rich displays • Ensuring connectivity standards are high enough to provide data rich entertainment to improve user experience Steve Purdham, CEO, we7 11:25 Prevent insurance claims with telematics and UBI • Prevent high data costs with compression algorithms 16:35 Generating full door-to-door telematics services with apps • Identifying UBI risk and how late adopters can generate revenue • Understanding what is important to drivers and how solutions • Learning from global UBI best practice and failures can revolutionise driver interaction with their vehicle Tony Lovick, Telematics Infrastructure Architect, Towers Watson • Reduce inner-city congestion and pollution with smart apps • Understand how developers can help unlock new revenue WORKING WITH CONNECTIVITY AND SERVICE PROVIDERS Eugene Tsyrklevich, CEO, Parkopedia 11:45 Upgrading to maximise the connected vehicle opportunity 16:55 Panel: What does a developer ecosystem look like? • Understanding data usage trends to develop business models • Examining which players will control the integration process • Identifying where current network providers will have to upgrade and which apps make it to the car – and stay! • Ensuring widespread, reliable LTE connectivity • Comparing the pros and cons of beamed-in and brought-in Markus Breitbach, Head of International Partner Development, services vs. built in capabilities to future proof your strategies M2M Competence Centre, Deutsche Telekom • Hear OEMs and partners map out the long term potential of the apps space to ensure your business is on track to dominate 12:05 Taking the connected vehicle and ITS to a mass-market Moderator: Thibaut Rouffineau, Vice President Developer • The importance of enabling business, governments and other Partnerships, Wireless Industry Partnership stakeholders to work seamlessly together Eugene Tsyrklevich, CEO, Parkopedia • Why data protection is crucial for successful ITS implementation Matt Brooke-Smith, Director, Future Workshops • How to facilitate “trusted transactions” and a service using Niclas Lindmark, Head of IQon, SAAB an open platform that supports evolving industry standards Steve Purdham, CEO, we7 Theo Quick, Head of ITS Practice, Logica 17:30 Chairman’s closing remarks and close of congress 12:35 Operators helping to increase experience and revenue6 BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/m2m | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508
    • www.terrapinn.com/m2m Book early and saveBecome a sponsor. Make your connection “TheARE YOUR POTENTIAL CLIENTS AWARE OF THE IS YOUR BRAND RECOGNISED BY YOUR conference willEXPERTISE YOU OFFER? POTENTIAL CLIENTS AND THE INDUSTRY AS A bring together• Educate the market about your products, services, WHOLE? key personnel and track record • You will have the opportunity to meet clients from a stellar set of• Enjoy a complete captive audience by holding a full all over the globe at this truly global event thought-leaders 30 minute presentation • Save time and money as we bring potential clients to from the M2M• Join a key panel debate or distribute literature you! directly to your clients industry and I’m ARE YOUR COMPETITORS EATING YOUR really lookingDO YOU FIND IT HARD TO IDENTIFY AND GET LUNCH? forward toIN FRONT OF THE DECISION MAKERS FROM • In a tough fund raising environment no one canTELECOM OPERATORS? afford to sit back and let the business come to them learning from• Benefit from having all your potential clients in one • Don’t sit in the audience and listen to your them and place at one time competitors say how great they are – be at the sharing some• Send your best sales people to ensure you have forefront! enough man power to meet everyone of the work• Use CONTACT and SPEED NETWORKING to that Machina make 1 – 1 contact before, during and after the event Research has been doing.” For sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, please contact Rebecca Mantle on +44 (0) 207 092 1194 Matt Hatton, Director, rebecca.mantle@terrapinn.com Machina Research Register yourMeet and do business with industry decision makers. place early and SAVE £££s! M2M Module M2M Platform Components/ See page 8 for Provider Manufacturers booking details Device M2M Who should Manufacturers Consultants sponsor? 50% of operators OSS/BSS surveyed Software Solution Finance VC Systems Providers Venture Capital stated that expansion into M2MMedia Partners was a key objective for the future. Source: Terrapinn Global M2M Survey BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/m2m | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508 7
    • Book early and save M2M World Europe 2011 Talking Machine 6 – 8 December 2011, Victoria Park Plaza, London, United Kingdom Use our online calculator at How to book your ticket www.terrapinn.com/m2m Online You can use our online calculator to tailor your ticket and buy multiple tickets. www.terrapinn.com/m2m The calculator automatically selects the most favourable discount for you. You can use our online calculator to tailor your ticket and buy multiple tickets. The calculator automatically selects the most favorable discount Register now for you. If you book and pay online you also save a further £100. Package Before 23 Sept 2011 Before 4 Nov 2011 Before 26 Nov 2011 After 26 Nov 2011 How many Calculate your ticket 3 day conference with £2,605 £2,895 £3,040 £3,185 Offline Telematics Focus Day + VAT £521 = + VAT £579 = + VAT £608 = + VAT £637 = 12 – 14 December 2011 £3,126 £3,474 £3,648 £3,822 You can use our online calculator to tailor your SAVE £580! SAVE £290! 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