Issue: Mar 2013


Telematics Update to unite telematics leaders at Telematics Detroit 2013



by Esther Francis

Telematics Update will bring together 1,800+ industry leading companies from across the mobile, digital, consumer electronics and automotive industries, including Ford, General Motors, BMW, Honda, Facebook, Toyota and Mercedes-Benz at Telematics Detroit 2013 Conference & Exhibition (June 5-6, Novi, MI, USA) to debate the future of the connected car.

Over the next 10 years, revenue forecasts for connected vehicle services estimate $50B from in-vehicle mobile advertising, $500B from vehicle maintenance, $5B from service subscriptions, and billions in fuel savings. Telematics Detroit 2013 is the world’s largest event to unite the entire telematics ecosystem to identify how to capitalize on these opportunities by delivering an integrated suite of connected services that develop brand affinity and create customers for life.

Master the Connected Car User Experience

Telematics Detroit, Event Director, Andrew Pym stated, “Despite all major OEMs now offering in-vehicle connectivity, it is unquestionable, no one has yet to perfect the connected driver user experience.” He continued, “2013 is the year in which in the telematics industry needs to evaluate the successes of the first wave of telematics and embrace key breakthroughs in the wider connected ecosystem to build the first connected user experience and service portfolio to truly empower tomorrow’s driver.”


Over 100 Industry pioneer speakers at Telematics Detroit include:

Doug Van Dagens, Global Director, Connected Services, Ford
Johann Jungwirth, President & CEO, Mercedes-Benz Research & Development NA
Heini Schulz, ConnectedDrive Services Manager, BMW of North America LLC
Nick Pudar, Director, Global Connected Consumer, General Motors
David Pio, Partner Engineer, Facebook
Henry Bzeih, National Manager - Connected Car, Kia Motors
David Sullivan, Cross-Car Planning Manager, Subaru of America
Rohit Agnihotri, Program Manager, Honda
Thilo Koslowski, Vice President - Automotive Vehicle ICT, Gartner
David Strickland, Administrator, NHTSA

To see the full speaker line-up of over 100 industry leading speakers - http://www.telematicsupdate.com/detroit/conference-speakers.php


Telematics Detroit for the hottest industry debates and announcements:

Create a global connected platform for seamless device integration
Innovative business models to make services and apps pay for the industry and driver
Develop the ultimate vehicle human machine interface for simple intuitive use
Unlock the power of granular data to deploy next-gen insurance telematics solutions
Smart CRM services to offer an end-to-end connected driver and ownership experience
NHTSA reveal their vision for the future of non-distracted driving

To view the complete conference agenda - http://www.telematicsupdate.com/detroit/conference-agenda.php


Hyundai stated on Telematics Detroit, ‘This is one of the best conferences that I've ever been to. I would definitely recommend this conference to anyone working in telematics’.

For the complete Telematics Detroit 2013 conference program and speaker line-up, access the e-brochure at http://www.telematicsupdate.com/detroit/conference-event-brochure.php or contact the Telematics Update team at detroit@telematicsupdate.com

Register via the secure link for your conference pass: https://secure.telematicsupdate.com/detroit/register.php


About Telematics Update:

Telematics Update Conferences are the most prestigious in the industry. We produce the largest telematics events in North America, Europe & Asia, and attract the most influential speakers providing a rich environment for establishing strategic relationships and networking.

Contact:
Gareth Ragg
Conference Director | Telematics Update
T: (UStf) 1 800 814 3459 ext 7589 | (Global) +44 (0)20 7375 7589
E: gragg@telematicsupdate.com

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