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Connected Vehicles: Future Technologies and Standardisation

(PresseBox) (Berlin, ) How can mobile devices be best integrated into the vehicle? How does the driving behaviour within connected vehicles change, especially concerning safety? What are the best methods to connect the vehicle to other devices? Meet top industry experts at IQPC’s 5th International Conference Connected Vehicles, 23 -25 April 2012 in Berlin to discuss current challenges and future development of vehicle connectivity.

Vehicle connectivity is driven by consumer electronics, which have established standards customers now want in their car. Developments in the field of electronics happen a lot faster than the usual development cycle in the automotive industry; OEMs as well as the traditional suppliers are struggling to meet these demands. This year’s conference will focus on the latest technical developments in vehicle connectivity as well as successful business models for OEMs and telematics suppliers.

Major topics of the conference will include the following:

• Latest developments in technical innovations, e.g. of mobile Apps, voice recognition or transmission speed
• Cars and smart phones (LTE)
• Smart Driving and Electric Vehicles
• Partnerships and Business Models; e.g. open service platforms or cloud service models
• Integration of Multimedia

Four interactive workshops on Wednesday, 25 April 2012 will focus on connectivity strategies in relation to business models and partnerships, the connected lifestyle and automotive consumers, technologies and HMI tools.

Meet experts from leading companies like BMW, Daimler, Continental, Nokia, Strategy Analytics, TomTom or Deutsche Telekom to gain insight into the most important functions of connected vehicles and their relevance to meet your end users demand. Find out how new technologies can be brought into accord with standardization issues.

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