Data Driven Mobility

This month we discuss the use of Data and Analytics in mobility. Carmakers are just one of many stakeholders betting big on Data, with GM leading the way in 2013 with their $130 Million, 3 petabyte, 36 thousand server, Warren Data Center, and other Google-scale datacenters across the US.

GM is responding to the market shift from the value of steel to the value of information. Data will reshape and improve vehicle design, collaboration, manufacturing, logistics, marketing, customer interactions, and the customer in-car experience. If information is going to be the focus of value creation, then carmakers need to stop outsourcing it, and find ways to put data at the center of their business.

But Data and Analytics for mobility go well beyond the carmaker, and we're seeing progress also in:

  • traffic information providers
  • municipal and other governments for smart mobility and smart cities
  • car sharing, or Mobility-as-a-Service stakeholders

And the space is hot with innovation and startups. Like all industries, the path to disruptive transformation is paved with incremental opportunities along the value chain, and many vendors play a role in this new data-driven future, from sensors that gather the data all the way through the value chain to in car entertainment options that use data to predict the content that will please the passenger. Join us for this very interesting topic.

Members of the public may register to join us for this very interesting topic.

About our Public Meetings: The Autotech Council occasionally opens its doors to non-members to discover a segment of the auto industry that is attracting large amounts of innovation and investment. Public meetings are ½-day agendas that highlight a few vendors who are leading the segment and introduce dozens of undiscovered companies. Expect plenty of time for networking, business discussions, and an interactive format that promotes relationships between member and non-member companies.

Fees and Options: This meeting is free for Autotech Council members, open to non-members for a $200 fee. Startups with new technology may add a Rapid Fire pitch to their online registration ($50 to members, $200 for non-members). And any company who can demo new products or services in the segment, may reserve a demo table ($50 to members, $500 for non-members).

Members-Only Session: After lunch, members stay to debrief the 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). These debrief sessions mix news with opinions for those members who did not attend and members actively contribute their insights to recent trends.

Call For Speakers and Rapid Fires
We encourage young companies with relevant new technologies to Apply to Present using the online application form. If you are not selected for this agenda, your application will be considered for future agendas. Preference is given to members, sponsors and companies with technologies that have validation, traction and industry support.

Demo Tables Available
Demo tables are available to any company with a product or service in this market segment who would like to show their technology during the breaks. Demo tables allow all attendees an in-person introduction to new technologies. Tables are 30" round cocktail tables, with black linen, power and Wi-Fi when available and are $50 to members, or $500 to non-members.

Interested in Sponsoring?
Want your technology to reach innovation scouts from 50 of the most cutting edge companies in the Automotive ecosystem? Companies interested in sponsoring this meeting should check out the meeting details and click ahead to learn more about the benefits of sponsorship.

Details

  • When

  • Friday, February 9, 2018
    8:30 AM - 1:30 PM

  • Where

  • Samsung
    3655 North First Street
    San Jose, CA 95134
    USA

About the Autotech Council

Visionary companies in the auto industry use the Autotech Council to discover innovation, build partnerships, exchange insight, and grow their professional networks. The result is earlier discovery of new innovation, better understanding of technology's potential impact and timing, access to more entrepreneurs and investors, and in the big picture - getting better cars to market faster.

Autotech Council members meet monthly to hear from start ups and educate themselves on new technologies and market trends. For more details, visit www.autotechcouncil.com

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