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Content & Apps for Automotive USA 2013 will be North America’s biggest ever forum dedicated to delivering next-gen automotive content and applications to the vehicle. With over 250 senior execs in attendance from across the automotive, developer, content, wireless, mobile and web industries it is the one must attend annual event for those in this cutting edge space.

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  1. 1. Expert Speakers Include: Reinvent the IVI Experience: Create a New App Paradigm for the Car by Developing a Flexible Auto-Grade Content Platform December 11-12, 2013, Hotel Kabuki, San Francisco, CA, USA Content & Apps for Automotive USA 2013 250 Executive Delegates 30+ Expert Speakers 16+ Business-Focussed Sessions 20+ Hours of Supreme Networking New Speakers, New Intelligence, New Networking... NEW SHOW! Visit the website today for the latest updates on top speakers, sessions and the full conference program! GOLD SPONSOR: HTML5 Sponsor: Organized by: NORTH AMERICA'S BIGGEST ANNUAL BUSINESS FORUM DEDICATED TO CONTENT & APPS FOR AUTOMOTIVE SAVE $300When you register by September 20. 2013. Unique discount code inside. LANYARD Sponsor: CO-SPONSORS: “ The go-to source to get up-to-date on Content & Apps. ”  THE AUTOMOTIVE PLATFORM STANDOFF: Despite the hype surrounding platform standardization, a common consensus remains elusive. Get to grips with commercial app interfaces (MirrorLink & SmartDeviceLink) and open source development projects (GENIVI & LINUX) to forecast whether the outlook is for cooperation or competition  CE GIANTS TO INFILTRATE THE IVI EXPERIENCE?: Apple and Google have taken their first steps into the car. Evaluate whether Android and iOS are primed to make the leap to auto-grade and tackle whether OEMs will be willing to risk brand differentiation in their quest to lure tech. loyal evangelists  BEYOND APPS – THE INTEGRATED APPROACH: The stand alone app paradigm is broken; simply replicating the mobile application experience in the car is no longer sufficient. Explore the most appropriate environment, i.e. mapping, in which to integrate content and create a single consistent user interface  DEVELOP THE NEXT GENERATION OF CONTEXT AWARE APPS: Elevate the personalization of the in-car experience beyond simple user preferences by harnessing variables such as, weather, time of day and trending data to deliver context rich content and applications to the vehicle  THE BATTLE FOR AUTOMOTIVE - DETROIT VS. SILICON VALLEY: The cars being developed today will be driven by digital natives. With their passion for hashtags outstripping horsepower and twitter overtaking torque, debate whether Silicon Valley or Detroit represents the future of auto.
  2. 2. Welcome to Content & Apps for Automotive USA 2013 Contact the Telematics Update team at or (US) 1 800 814 3459 x 7585 or (global) +44 (0) 207 375 7585 Steffen Neumann, Portfolio Manager App Development Group at Mercedes-Benz R&D Matt Jones, Technical Lead - Infotainment, Jaguar Land Rover Henry Bzeih, Head ofTelematics and Infotainment, ChiefTechnologist, Kia Motors America Anthony Landamia, Cross Car Line Planning Manager,Telematics & Infotainment, Subaru of America Jake Sigal, Founder and CEO, Livio John Du, Director - Research & Development, GM China Martin Kristensson, Head of Content Acquisition, Volvo Andy Gryc, Product Marketing Manager, QNX Robert Gee, Product Line Manager, Continental Automotive Michael Harkey, Platform BD, Foursquare Philippe Kahn, CEO, Fullpower-MotionX Geoff Snyder, Director - Automotive Business Development, Pandora Chris Ruff, President & CEO, UIEvolution Damon Lavrinc, Transportation Editor, WIRED Charles Koch, Manager - New Business Development, Honda Top-Level Speakers Include: Organized by: It is undeniable; apps are a phenomenon. By the end of 2013, ABI Research estimates that the mobile app market will be worth $27 billion. Apps play an integral role in the everyday life of consumers. Just try to imagine life without simple access to your favorite content. With the mobile world reinventing itself and the expectations of consumers on an annual basis, the traditionally dogmatic automotive world comes head to head with the‘move fast and break stuff’attitude of Silicon Valley. As this expectation of constant connectivity continues to gain pace, so does the expectation that this digital footprint will seamlessly extend into the car. However, simply recreating the smartphone user experience in the car is no longer sufficient. In 2013 it is critical that the connected car ecosystem unites to tackle the standards, business models and technology that will establish the car as a unique platform at the forefront of empowering consumers with cutting edge applications and content. Content & Apps for Automotive USA 2013 will address crucial industry debates, including: include, General Motors, Mercedes-Benz, YouTube, Volkswagen, Jaguar Land Rover, Microsoft, Pandora, Honda, Foursquare, KIA, Subaru, Volvo and many more. “The Content and Apps for Automotive conference provides a unique forum for content providers, mobile device manufacturers, wireless carriers, in-vehicle device manufacturers, and vehicle manufacturers to create next generation of vehicle infotainment solutions.”Alpine 94% of 2012 attendees would recommend the conference to a colleague Reserve your place amongst the industry elite today to take advantage of our booking discounts via our website or the registration form enclosed. I look forward to meeting you in San Francisco this December! Thanks, Gareth Ragg Project Director, Telematics Update Create a New Paradigm for Apps in the Car `` Get to grips with commercial app interfaces and open source projects to understand the future of IVI platform standardization `` Explore how to redefine the vehicle app UI through delivering an integrated content platform `` Evaluate whether Android and iOS are primed to make the leap into the automotive arena `` Debate the business models that will transform the car into a lucrative platform for 3rd party developers `` Discover how to harness contextual data to create uber-personal content and apps for the car Plus many more – open the brochure now to find out more! “Good event to meet the drivers of the evolution of telematics.”Telefonica From our extensive independent research and industry mapping, we have handpicked the individuals and companies that are the driving force behind innovation in the automotive content and apps arena. Speakers confirmed to share their indispensable business insights and best-in class solutions
  3. 3. 94% 92% 89% of 2012 Telematics Update attendees would recommend the conference to a colleague of 2012 Telematics Update attendees rated the networking as excellent of delegates rated our speakers as top-class Key Stats: Organized by: Register for a Diamond Pass on our website now: Access Exclusive Intelligence with a Diamond Pass Purchase a Diamond Pass Package now to receive one of Telematics Update’s market intelligence reports. Please see the detail below. Select the Report That Matches Your Business Goals The Biggest Forum in North America Dedicated to In-Car Content Apps The Content and Apps for Automotive USA 2013 Conference is the premiere business forum for automakers, content providers, mobile device manufacturers and wireless carriers to come together and shape the future of in-vehicle infotainment. We aren’t the only people who think so: SEE WHO YOU’LL MEET DO BUSINESS WITH: Content Providers/ App Developers OEMs Solution Developers Telematics Service Providers Wireless Carriers Engineers Device Manufacturers 25% 17% 14% 12% 10% 7% 7% Hardware Manufacturers 6% Other 2% Exclusive Online Networking Center Contact those hard-to-reach senior level executives up to 4 weeks pre and post event. No need to sift through the onsite delegate list, hoping to bump into your key future partners as you walk the floor. Book those crucial meetings, filling up your conference diary before you even arrive in San Francisco. Exclusive Networking Event With over 250 industry leaders in attendance you’ll want a relaxed environment to meet, build relationships and do business – with those professionals important to your company. That’s why we’ve organized a networking party as a fruitful conclusion to day 1 of the conference (December 11). Make sure you keep your diary free for this important networking event! Exclusive VIP Dinner with special guest speaker Philippe Kahn An unmissable opportunity to hear from one of the tech. industry’s most innovative figures! Relax and network after a busy day of conference sessions. Enjoy a delicious menu and free flowing wine before enjoying an exclusive after dinner talk from the renowned tech. entrepreneur and camera phone pioneer Philippe Kahn. Listen to Philippe’s unique and inspirational take on how wearable technology is set to revolutionize telematics. The Automotive HMI Report 2013 • Looks at the best-in-market design and tech trends to help you create a personalized, intuitive HMI and a seamless user experience • 100+ pages packed with detailed analysis, 86 figures, 12 tables and market reviews of BMW, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Ford and GM so you can identify opportunities for innovation • B2B survey of 100+ experts reveal the key input and output technologies such as multi-touch HMI concepts from Visteon, QNX and Tesla, to plan your route into the auto HMI market Connectivity Strategies Report 2013 • 80+ pages of analysis on the revenue models, commercial strategies and consumer demands that are driving content, apps Smartphone integration • B2B survey of 280+ execs identifies which services such as navigation, radio access and traffic could drive automotive sales so you can align your products with key trends to secure new business • Packed with 24 graphs, 21 tables and key interviews with Fiat, GM, BBC, Microsoft and Harman amongst other leaders in the space to ensure you’ve got the latest insight into the connected car Reserve your seat at:
  4. 4. For the latest information on speakers and agenda please visit: Day 1 Dec 11, 2013 KEYNOTES The Automotive Platform Stand-off Platform standardization continues to dominate debate in the space. Despite the talk, an industry wide consensus remains elusive. Forecast whether the outlook is for cooperation or competition. `` Take a look at key contributors to a base platform, including GENIVI, Jasper, Linux and Autosar to assess the roadmap for an open source automotive development platform `` Explore the multiple commercial app interfaces including, MirrorLink and SmartDeviceLink to evaluate whether any current solutions offer the volumes and simplicity to attract developers `` Analyze the trend towards Linux in the vehicle to gauge the role of Automotive Grade Linux as a reference implementation for a range of auto applications, from IVI to clusters Matt Jones, Senior Technical Specialist - Infotainment, Jaguar Land Rover The Battle for Automotive: Silicon Valley vs. Detroit The cars being designed today will be driven by digital natives. With hashtags outstripping horsepower and twitter overtaking torque, we debate does Silicon Valley or Detroit represent the future of the automotive industry? `` Address the disparate tech. abilities and needs of drivers to create a segmented content strategy that accounts for car-crazy baby boomers and the constantly connected Gen-Y `` As OEMs choose California as the home to their major RD efforts assess whether Detroit is set to experience a telematics brain drain as innovation looks West `` Debate whether content is more important than the required technology to deliver it, to pinpoint which part of the ecosystem will drive innovation and establish industry leadership Steffen Neumann, Project Manager, Mercedes-Benz Research Development North America Inc. Geoff Snyder, Director - Automotive Business Development, Pandora Andy Gryc, Product Marketing Manager, QNX Introduction to the Next Generation of HondaLink 2014 sees HondaLink entering a new era. Gain exclusive first hand product insights, including details on the evolution of the connected services portfolio and how it is reinventing the user IVI experience. Charles Koch, Manager New Business Development, American Honda BUSINESS MODELS The Great Business Model Saga One question refuses to go away; who is going to pick up the bill for in-vehicle content and apps? Debate the latest opinions on the perennial monetization conundrum. `` Assess the need for wireless carriers to work with OEMs, such as through shared plans across multiple devices and time-of-day pricing to provide flexible plans for delivering content to the car `` Calculate the brand and CRM value for OEMs of providing free connected services to evaluate whether the consumer can be removed from the payment equation `` Think radical: Embrace innovative schemes such as personalized pricing and offering access to mobility as part of a mobile payment plan to break through the IVI paywall Benjamin Auslander, Manager - Content Development, Connected Services, Volkswagen of America Jake Sigal, Founder and CEO, Livio Case Study: Redefine the OEM- Telecom Relationship Gain a real world insight into the strategy, development and launch of a next generation cloud hosted in-vehicle infotainment platform. `` Identify how automakers can leverage existing IT and telecommunication infrastructure and expertize to reduce software and hardware expenditure in launching a connectivity platform `` Crack the connected services retention rate puzzle through creating multiple payment interfaces, including the headunit and device to align with consumer purchasing preferences `` Take a holistic approach to the OEM business needs to recognize how to streamline infotainment, back-end and dealer systems with a single cloud provider Konstantin Zervas, Director - Business Development, Ericsson Martin Kristensson, Head of Content Acquisition, Volvo EXPERIENCE The Mobile Thread: Seamlessly Integrate into the Connected Life Mobile has changed everything. Explore how to seamlessly carry intelligent devices into the car to enable a seamless mobile thread throughout the consumer’s connected life. `` Utilize a multi-modal UI which combines voice with visual and audio outputs to create a UX that is bespoke for the demands of the auto environment and not just replication of the smartphone `` Harness a cloud-based platform to enable a seamless connected life by allowing the consumer to have a single digital identity that will be recognized by all vehicles `` Confront the pros and cons for OEM apps to be hosted on brought-in devices to evaluate whether bypassing the headunit means surrendering industry control to non-auto interests Chris Ruff, CEO, UIEvolution EXCLUSIVE AUTOMAKER ANNOUNCEMENT
  5. 5. Top 3 Reasons to Attend 1. Benefit from key industry intelligence; you will gain more in 2 days than you could from weeks of market research. 2. Hand-picked experts will share vision and insight with you. Profit from this knowledge and create powerful new strategies to overcome your business challenges. 3. Claim your seat at the table with the industry elite to ensure you leave San Francisco with your briefcase full of valuable contacts. Be sure you tell your industry colleagues about this event as you’ll maximize team learning by booking to attend as a team! Call Telematics Update on (US) 1 800 814 3459 x 7585 or +44 (0) 207 375 7585 (global) to speak to a member of the Content Apps USA team Day 2 Dec 12, 2013 Context Aware: The Future of Smart In-Vehicle Applications Take a look at the next wave of in-vehicle apps and content that are set to push the boundaries of what is possible in the car. `` Take personalization beyond preferences by harnessing variables such as weather, time of day and trending data to deliver context rich content and apps to the car `` 500+ million photos are shared via social media each day. Explore whether controls such as voice can be utilized to negate distraction and give the car a role in this social phenomenon `` Examine vehicle centric medical health apps such as driver heart rate monitoring which engage ADAS in the event of an emergency to see how apps are integral to the future of driver safety Michael Harkey, Platform BD, Foursquare Don Grage, Senior Product Manager - Connected Car, NPR The Passenger: Thinking Beyond the Driver With the spotlight firmly cast on driver distraction, look further than the driver’s seat to consider the opportunities and challenges presented in delivering content and apps to vehicle passengers. `` Enhance the passenger experience by utilizing LTE and WiFi hotspot technology, enabling high speed streaming to devices to create a content portfolio for all vehicle users `` Assess the current aftermarket appetite for passenger entertainment, such as rear seat monitors to evaluate potential market size as OEMs gauge the ROI for embedded solutions `` Take into account the data costs of passenger focused content in order to calculate the potential cost to the consumer and OEM of bringing bandwidth heavy services into the car For speaker updates, please visit: KEYNOTES CE Giants to Break the Platform Deadlock? As Apple and Android take their first steps into the car, discuss whether these tech. giants will be willing to invest the resources into developing a meaningful solution for automotive. `` Debate the value of strategic partnerships with consumer tech. giants to decipher whether OEMs will be willing to risk brand differentiation in their quest to lure tech. loyal drivers `` Evaluate openness, security and reliability to answer whether Android and iOS are ready to take the leap from mobile devices into the unique auto-grade environment `` Explore whether taking dominant CE platforms into the car presents the only genuine opportunity to break the platform volume conundrum and tempt developers to the car Damon Lavrinc, Transportation Editor, WIRED Beyond Apps: The Integrated approach The app paradigm is broken. Simply replicating the mobile application experience in the car is no longer sufficient. Explore how to create a new app paradigm in the vehicle through delivering an integrated content platform. `` Dispel the thought of siloed in-vehicle apps and debate the most appropriate horizontal environment i.e. mapping, in which to integrate content and create a single user interface `` Explore the architectural change required to enable the overlaying of browser based information over native applications to create a flexible, real-time content platform `` Establish the safest form to deliver information to the driver in this new app environment, such as push notifications or audio feedback to attract without distracting attention John Du, Director of China RD Center, General Motors Rudolf Streif, Director of Embedded Solutions, The Linux Foundation App Developers: Enticing a Fresh Perspective to Auto Despite the hype, major OEM schemes to engage the app developer community have thus far failed to yield significant results. Discuss how to break through the reticence to create a new group of auto evangelists. `` With iOS and Android offering the promise of volumes in the millions, explore models including revenue sharing, software as a service and OEM pre-funded investment to turn the car into a lucrative developer platform `` Decipher how to create a developer support program that goes beyond offering APIs and SDKs to enable both established content providers and start-ups to develop auto solutions `` Look beyond the press releases to assess what benefits and services 3rd parties can bring to the table, to create a win-win that balances invention and originality with the realities of the auto environment Martin Kristensson, Head of Content Acquisition, Volvo Chia-Lin Simmons, VP, Marketing Content, Harman International, Aha Radio Ted Cardenas, VP Car Electronics Division, Pioneer
  6. 6. Are you to the industry pulse? Join Telematics Update and share expert insight with our community Day 2 Dec 12, 2013 STANDARDS Open API for Automotive App developers Lack of open APIs and fragmented APIs are currently deterring developers from migrating to the car. Explore how to utilize open APIs to overcome the barriers to developing for automotive platform. `` Realize the power of HTML5 for cross platform application development to negate OS fragmentation and allow an OS agnostic approach for app developers `` Utilize automotive APIs complying with GENIVI and W3C standards to create a scalable architecture which enables OEM platform extension `` Explore the role of aggregators as the gateway to the car through mitigating RD risk and time to market by enabling developers to write once and deploy across multiple OEMs David Hwang, CEO, OBIGO Maintaining Platform Security as Apps Go Deep into the Vehicle As applications become further integrated with vehicle systems, examine how to ensure the continued security and safety of automotive systems. `` Speed Vs. Security: Explore the hardware implications of platform security and consider the processor speed necessary to maintain system speed and cause minimal UI impact `` Explore a cost benefit analysis of virtualization and CAN bus solutions to evaluate how ADAS and IVI systems can be blended to reduce costs whilst maintaining critical safety systems `` Analyze the ability of LTE to handle multiple IP functions to assess its potential for bringing 3rd party developers to the car by enabling a low security, high speed pipe to the vehicle Rob Gee, Product Line Manager, Continental Automotive BUSINESS MODELS Realizing the Full Value of Vehicle Data with Off Board Applications We are skimming the surface of the potential of vehicle data. Unencumbered by driver distraction, off board apps present one of the most innovative and profitable arenas for connected vehicle services. `` Discuss how to leverage cloud hosted CAN data, such as window wiper data for micro-level weather mapping to enable a brand new set of inventive, monetizable services `` Knowledge is power: Assess how to take advantage of vehicle usage data to create the next generation of vehicle applications based on how people are actually using their vehicles `` Explore off-board scenarios, such as family tracking and remote vehicle configuration to create a suite of apps that enhance the vehicle ownership experience John Mullinax, Market Development Manager – Manufacturing and Automotive Industry, Microsoft EXPERIENCE Lifecycle Apps: Creating a Deeper Conversation with the Customer The need to think beyond infotainment when considering vehicle content and apps is imperative. Realize how to create a suite of services that delivers value from test drive to servicing. `` Pinpoint the value of connectivity to the dealer from service retention to spare part sales to create a proposition that encourages dealerships to major on connected vehicle features during the crucial but short sales window `` Take a look at the role of educational apps in order to a create a learning experience that enables the seamless first time use of the connected vehicle platform `` Examine how to use standard APIs and updatable cloud hosted software to integrate with fragmented dealership CRM systems and enable apps that allow for simple scheduling of maintenance and servicing Henry Bzeih, Head - Infotainment Telematics, KIA Motors Anthony Landamia, Cross Car Line Planning Manager, Telematics Infotainment, Subaru of America Distracted Driving: Voluntary Treatment for an Epidemic NHTSA have labeled distracted driving an ‘epidemic’. Cut through the ambiguity to understand how to balance innovation with government regulation of the in-vehicle environment. `` How voluntary is voluntary? With automakers still facing citation in potential lawsuits, get to grips with the legal implications of the voluntary distraction guidelines `` Debate the impact of disabling manual text entry, video and prohibiting the display of text messages, social media or web pages to ensure vehicles remain compliant throughout their lifecycle `` Anticipate the next stage of NHTSA smartphone and in-dash regulation to understand where the future balance lies between self-regulation and voluntary or mandatory rule making For speaker updates, please visit:
  7. 7. REGISTER NOW IN 3 EASY STEPS 1. Select Your Registration Package I enclose a check/draft for: (Payable to FC Business Intelligence Ltd) Please invoice my company: Purchase Order Number: Please charge my credit card: Amex Visa Mastercard Credit card number: Expiration date: Security number: Name on card: Signature: Mr/Mrs/Ms/Dr: First name: Last name: Company: Position/Title: Telephone: Fax: Email: Address: Zipcode: Country: 2. Enter Attendee details 3. Payment Options Discount Code: This is your unique discount code, use it online or via this form to get an extra $50 off ONLINE Pass Features DIAMOND PASS GOLD PASS SILVER PASS  Telematics Update Business Intelligence report of your choice* (Worth $3,195)  Access to VIP Evening Dinner (Day 1) with special guest speaker Philippe Kahn  Access to post-conference audio recordings  Access to presentation slides post-conference (please note, some slides may not be available at the request of the speaker and their company)  Access to the Online Networking Suite pre and post conference  Full access to conference, workshops exhibition Super Early Bird Price - expires September 20, 2013 $3490 $1795 $1495 Early Bird Price - expires October 18, 2013 $3590 $1895 $1595 Last Chance Price - expires November 15, 2013 $3690 $1995 $1695 Full price $3790 $2095 $1795 TERMS CONDITIONS Places are transferable without any charge. Cancellations before October 8, 2013 incur an administrative charge of 25%. If you cancel your registration after October 8, 2013 we will be obliged to charge the fullfee.Pleasenote–youmustnotifyTelematicsUpdateinwritingofacancellation,orwewillbeobligedtocharge the full fee.The organizers reserve the right to make changes to the program without notice. NB: FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORETHE EVENT. Visit for more event information Designed by FAX THIS FORM BACK TO +44 (0) 207 375 7576 MORE WAYS TO REGISTER CALL CALL (US) + 1800 814 3459 x 7599 or (global) +44 (0) 207 375 7599 FAX: +44 (0) 207 375 7576 EMAIL: ONLINE: Hotel Discounts! Telematics Update has secured a preferential hotel rate at the Hotel Kabuki for your stay. Full details will be sent to you upon registration. December 11-12, 2013, Hotel Kabuki, San Francisco, CA, USA Content Apps for Automotive USA 2013 *The Diamond Pass package includes 1 brand new buisness intelligence report of your choice: `` Telematics Connectivity Strategies Report `` The Automotive HMI Report 2013 Find out more /reports or email Charlotte Wright at: Topics essential to telematics connectivity success:
  8. 8. “ A recommended event for all creating and supporting automotive content and applications. I was able to get up to speed quickly on the hot topics and future concerns of the industry. ” “ The place where car companies and content people come together to make great things happen. ” “ The opportunity to build deeper relationships with global colleagues was invaluable...the lunches, dinners and evening times - never a wasted moment! ” “ Perfect atmosphere and place to share and talk about open innovations with each others. The conference was the right opportunity to gain very fruitful outcomes and directions. ” Open Now to view the full conference program Visit Reinvent the IVI Experience: Create a New App Paradigm for the Car by Developing a Flexible Auto-Grade Content Platform December 11-12, 2013, Hotel Kabuki, San Francisco, CA, USA Industry BUZZ about Content Apps for Automotive250 TOP LEVEL ATTENDEES: The conference will attract leaders and key decision-makers from OEMs, handset manufacturers, content aggregators, app developers, software developers, wireless carriers and many more 30+ OF THE MOST INFLUENCIAL INDUSTRY SPEAKERS: We have hand-picked top executives from the automotive, web and mobile space to share their vision, insight and ideas exclusively with you 20+ HOURS OF BUSINESS-FOCUSED NETWORKING: During your time in San Francisco you will get the opportunity to meet, network and do business with the key figures in the content and app community 16+ FOCUSED SESSIONS: Six months of research has enabled us to develop a conference program that is designed to give you answers to the key challenges your company faces in the content apps space NO SALES PITCHES: Content Apps for Automotive USA 2013 is an independently researched forum committed to equipping you with the tools and expertise to help drive your content and app strategy forward! Why You Should Attend the Show: Knowledge Partners: 250 Executive Delegates 30+ Expert Speakers 20+ Hours of Supreme Networking 16+ Business Focused Sessions In-depth Case Studies Dynamic Panel Discussions 1 2 3 4 5 5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER Online: Email: Call: (US) 1 800 814 3459 x 7585 Fax: the form overleaf to +44 (0) 207 375 7599 Post: 7-9 Fashion Street, London, E1 6PX, UK Is Your Company Ready for THE NEW ERA OF IN-CAR CONTENT APPS? Content Apps for Automotive USA 2013 NORTH AMERICA’S BIGGEST ANNUAL BUSINESS FORUM DEDICATED TO CONTENT APPS FOR AUTOMOTIVE SAVE $300When you register by September 20. 2013. Unique discount code inside. Organized by: