May 20

12:00 PM

Pre-Registration

6:00 PM

Pre-Registration Ends

07:00 PM

Networking Reception

Mystery location to be announced soon

10:00 PM

Networking Reception Ends

May 21

NOTE:

Panel of Industry experts to be announced soon!

7:00 AM

Networking Breakfast & Registration

8:45 AM

Opening Keynote

Dr. Thomas Mueller, VP Electrics/ Electronics & E-Propulsion, Volvo Car Group

9:15 AM

How to Protect Connected Vehicles within the IoT?

Format: Presentation with Q&A
Speaker: Karl Heimer Senior Research Director of Battelle’s Cyber Innovation Unit

This talk focuses on describing why the risk exists both from technical (why are cars vulnerable) and societal (why would a hacker want to target a car) perspectives. It also describes the historical growth curve of malware and the consequential critical need to address core Cyber Security issues well before the point of exponential attack growth. There is a short discussion of automotive engineering lead times (they cycle-plan issue) and how this increases the urgency of both developing and deploying a mitigating and preventative on-car systems.

9:45 AM

IoT open standard, open source technology for the connected car

Format: Presentation with Q&A
Speaker: Joe Speed, IBM IoT Leader

10:15 AM

Networking Break

10:30 AM

Cars Are Connected, Where Are The Applications?

Format: Panel
Moderator: Egil Juliussen, IHS Automotive
Panelists:
  • Yuriy Shvalik, Program Manager at Luxoft
  • Leon Hong, CTO at Airbiquity
  • Chris Ruff, CEO at UIEvolution
  • Matt Jones, Technical Lead for Next Generation Infotainment at Jaguar Land Rover

In most countries, drivers and passengers carry their digital lives into their vehicles by carrying in their personal phones or devices. Increasingly more applications can now share the device screen with the car, but automotive applications are still missing.

11:30 AM

Connected Car — Big Opportunity Or Headache?

Format: Panel
Moderator: Roger Lanctot, Strategy Analytics
Panelists:
  • Upton Bowden, VP Marketing at Visteon
  • Georg Doll, VP/GM Automotive at Wind River
  • Roberto Zompi, Business Development at Magnetti Marelli
  • Rudi Streif, Director of Embedded Solutions at Linux Foundation

Will IoT open up big opportunities for those companies traditionally not focused on automotive to now enter that market segment? With the increasing level of technology coming into the vehicle, what new government regulations and requirements can we expect? Will the opportunity for economic gain and market share outweigh the headaches required to be one of the first innovators/enablers of this technology?

12:30 PM

Networking Lunch

2:00 PM

Monetizing The Connected Car — Can It Be Realized?

Format: Panel
Moderator: David McClure, Director at SBD
Panelists:
  • Ian Beavis, EVP Nielsen Global Automotive Group
  • Walter Buga, CEO Arynga
  • Kyle Walworth, VP Solutions and Strategy Symphony Teleca
  • Theo-Han Jansen, Director European Market Development, Verizon Telematics

With the adoption of IoT within the connected vehicle, can necessary components and services like embedded software, cloud services, data analysis, logistics, security, asset tracking, sensors, silicon, etc. become monetized? Who stands to gain the most in the ecosystem?

2:45 PM

Networking Break

3:00 PM

How Does Automotive Plug Into IoT?

Format: Presentation with Q&A (each speaker has 15 minutes each)
Moderator: John Lehmann, Senior Manager Embedded Automotive Solutions Mentor Graphics
Panelists:
  • Roger Lanctot, Strategy Analytics
  • Egil Juliussen, HIS Automotive
  • Dominique Bonte, ABI Research
  • Abhishek Visveswaran, Head of Connected Car & Information Services, SBD
  • Andrew Lee, Frost & Sullivan

In the world of IoT, everything is about sharing. However, implementations are showing up with small private clouds of information trapped in a storm. How will suppliers find a common ground?

4:30 PM

The Supply Chain – Collaborate Or Die!

Format: Panel Discussion
Moderator: Joel Joffmann, Automotive Strategist, Automotive Solutions Division at Intel Corporation

The successful deployment of an in-car electronics strategy will require collaboration between numerous stakeholders, including OEMs, suppliers, service providers, developers and government. This session will focus on the partnerships, alliances and other collaborative efforts that are facilitating major developments in the sector.

5:30 PM

Demonstration Showcase & Networking Reception