Detroit, MI (PressExposure) December 07, 2011 -- The intelligent transportation industry is re-emerging as a sector that is full of potential. Rapid technology developments in high speed connectivity, with other vehicles and the infrastructure, have led to a host of new safety and mobility applications.
Understanding how the automakers, government and tier one technology suppliers envisage the business model, technology and strategy developments in this field is critical for your company to design products and timelines in-lines to keep up with current trends.
To explore these new magnetisation openings in the connected vehicle industry, Telematics Update has organised a live webinar entitled 'Assess the Barriers and Solutions to V2X Deployment'. The 45 minute session includes live Q & A's and will be delivered by 3 key industry figures:
- Dr John Kenney, Senior Research Manager, Toyota InfoTechnology Center
- Roger Berg, Vice President, Wireless Technologies, Denso
- Steve Cook, Engineer of Operations and Maintenance Construction and Technology, Michigan DOT
The experts will:
-Discuss how to construct a business model through tolling, mobility and insurance applications to offer value-added services to the consumer
- Shed light on the technical challenges for deployment and evolution of V2V systems such as protocol development and the potential of incorporating cellular connectivity for faster deployment
-Ascertain partnership opportunities between telecoms, internet providers, wireless carriers, the Govt. and automakers to construct an efficient third party V2I infrastructure
The webinar offers a chance to understand how some of the most successful connected-vehicle' players are viewing the future development drivers for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure technology integration.
More than that, the opportunity to ask questions directly to industry thought-leaders for first-hand answers is here. The webinar can be joined for free at https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/702474438 (places are limited, so register early).