Intelligent Mobility, Japan, 2020 - Theme I

Intelligent Mobility, Japan, 2020 - Theme I

Changing Paradigms of Connectivity in Vehicles

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24-Dec-2020
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Research Code: PB6C-01-00-00-00
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"Intelligent Mobility Japan, 2020" is a virtual summit organized by Frost & Sullivan on November 24 and 25, 2020.

This is a 2-day interactive conference, which hosted on a unique virtual platform to discuss and evaluate Growth Opportunities in new Mobility Business models covering Personal and Public Transport Systems. The conference presenters include OEMs, Technology Platform providers, IT Companies, Government representatives, and other industry stakeholders. In addition, interactive sessions throughout the day to review opportunities and challenges in the market.

Theme I: Changing Paradigms of Connectivity in Vehicles

As Internet use continues to rise and the cost of data connectivity declines globally, vehicles are increasingly being expected to connect to each other, to infrastructure systems, and to more devices than ever before. From smartphone mirroring to embedded telematics, vehicles are being equipped with hardware and software for safer driving, smarter navigation, better maintenance, and even more immersive entertainment options. This increase in capabilities and services for vehicles, however, also raises new challenges across the mobility ecosystem: Why should consumers welcome and demand more real-time information about their vehicles? Will more advanced forms of driver assistance and autonomous driving truly improve vehicle safety and fleets’ operational efficiency? How should automakers address concerns about privacy and data security? Will mobility companies work toward greater interoperability and open standards, or is fragmentation inevitable? This session will discuss these questions and trends in vehicle connectivity, particularly in light of the Covid-19 pandemic’s impacts on business and consumer behavior.

In this study (Theme I), key presenters include Paulo Mutuc (Principal Consultant from Frost & Sullivan), Mandali Khalesi (Vice President, TRI-AD) and Peter Veigele (Head of Connectivity & Digital Services, Daimler Trucks Asia).

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Intelligent Mobility Japan 2020 - Theme I

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Intelligent Mobility Japan, 2020 is a virtual summit organized by Frost & Sullivan on November 24 and 25, 2020. This is a 2-day interactive conference, which hosted on a unique virtual platform to discuss and evaluate Growth Opportunities in new Mobility Business models covering Personal and Public Transport Systems. The conference presenters include OEMs, Technology Platform providers, IT Companies, Government representatives, and other industry stakeholders. In addition, interactive sessions throughout the day to review opportunities and challenges in the market. Theme I: Changing Paradigms of Connectivity in Vehicles As Internet use continues to rise and the cost of data connectivity declines globally, vehicles are increasingly being expected to connect to each other, to infrastructure systems, and to more devices than ever before. From smartphone mirroring to embedded telematics, vehicles are being equipped with hardware and software for safer driving, smarter navigation, better maintenance, and even more immersive entertainment options. This increase in capabilities and services for vehicles, however, also raises new challenges across the mobility ecosystem: Why should consumers welcome and demand more real-time information about their vehicles? Will more advanced forms of driver assistance and autonomous driving truly improve vehicle safety and fleets operational efficiency? How should automakers address concerns about privacy and data security? Will mobility companies work toward greater interoperability and open standards, or is fragmentation inevitable? This session will discuss these questions and trends in vehicle connectivity, particularly in light of the Covid-19 pandemics impacts on business and consumer behavior. In this study (Theme I), key presenters include Paulo Mutuc (Principal Consultant from Frost & Sullivan), Mandali Khalesi (Vice President, TRI-AD) and Peter Veigele (Head of Connectivity & Digital Services, Daimler Trucks Asia).
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No Index No
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Author Ming Lih Chan
Industries Automotive
WIP Number PB6C-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No
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