Future mobility today aims to be sustainable and smart for a safer and greener future. One of the best ways of achieving this is by having more connected vehicles on our roads. Connected vehicles are able to supply useful information that enables a driver to make more informed decisions about speed, routes and times. The scope of connected car tech is on the rise in India as more and more vehicles, including passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles make use of connected features to improve the safety of occupants and security of the vehicle.
The tech is becoming all the more relevant in a world grappling through a pandemic and experts say that it will catch on further in a post-COVID world. Estimates suggest that the connected car market could swell to over $200 billion by 2027.
Today, the global industry is working on various types of connectivity - V2I, V2V, V2C, V2P and V2X. With this conclave, we aim to bring experts from the automotive industry, connected & IoT solution providers and others to put their minds together and explore opportunities in the connected car and smart mobility ecosystem
Topics Of Discussion
Role of connected vehicle tech in improving passenger safety
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Awareness on data collected by Internet-connected vehicles (its ownership and use, customers' rights, data privacy)
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Role of connected vehicle solutions in improving smart mobility solutions, EV charging, etc.
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Evolution of connected vehicle tech (from features in use today to autonomy- its viability in India)
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Enabling vehicle finance and insurance through connected solutions
In The Form Of
Virtual Exhibitions And Networking
Special Addresses By
C V Raman
CTO – Engineering, Maruti Suzuki India Limited
Chief of Global Product Development, Automotive Division, Mahindra & Mahindra
President - Bus Division, VECV
Managing Director & Country Head, Vitesco Technologies
CoC & Head of E&E, CVBU, Tata Motors
Co-Founder, The Global MOTODB Protocol
Chief Commercial Officer, MG Motor India
Head of Engineering - Sensorics, ADAS BU, Continental Automotive (India)
Vice President - Mobility, South Asia, Frost & Sullivan
Global Head, CASE Industry Segment, TCS
Vice President – IoT Business, Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited
CoFounder and CEO, Cell Propulsion
Senior Manager, Western Digital
Co-Founder & CEO, Power Global
Strategic Business Development Manager - Automotive Business, TomTom
President, FADA and Director United Automobiles
Sr. Director & Country Head Sales - Automotive, Infineon Technologies India Pvt Ltd
Principal Analyst, Automotive, IHS Markit
Editor, Financial Express Digital
Editor, Express Mobility & Express Drives
Who Should Attend
Mobility Solutions Providers
Design & Development Associations
Finance & Insurance Providers
Why Should You Attend
The virtual event will offer a platform to interact with speakers from notable organisations working in this field. Considering the ongoing pandemic, an online venue for the event will ensure safety while opening opportunities for discussions and networking with relevant people.
Connected vehicle tech is now more popular than ever and estimates suggest the market is likely to grow by five times within this decade. For a well-oiled mechanism of the connected car ecosystem and that of smart mobility solutions, several suppliers need to work in tandem, for example telematics, Internet service provider, HMI solutions, etc. Furthermore, since a lot of data is generated, there comes a need for understanding of regulations and security. This projected growth also offers immense growth potential for Indian component sector to not only cater to the demand in India but also globally, given our strong position in software solutions as a country.
Hence, this conclave aims to bring all concerned parties together on a singular platform for the exchange of thoughts and ideas, networking, and discussing a way forward for the connected vehicle industry.
Partnership & Alliance
& Surendra Agrawal
For Speaking Opportunity
& Ankit Yadav