GLOBAL FORUM ON CONNECTED CARS
- 07 February, 2019
- 08 February, 2019
An analysis of the Corporate and Business Strategies
The automotive industry is currently facing the “disruptive wave” of technology. Vehicles need to be aligned with the current states of technology and consumer demands. Original Equipment Manufacturers and suppliers need to consider how to re-structure their business models, and re-allocate their resources and capabilities to develop a new form of competitive advantage that effectively utilizes these technologies. This means re-assessing and refining strategy at a corporate and business level. Understanding the macro and industry environments is an important consideration to make before embarking on the strategic planning process.
This conference will bring together the key stakeholders of the industry, from OEM leaders, high-tech suppliers, government and regulatory bodies, and researchers to discuss automotive connectivity from a Corporate and Business strategy perspective. Attendees will have the chance to join a global network of experts in the field and benefit from gaining and sharing analytical insights into the main automotive trends.
Key Practical Learning Points of the Summit:
– Sustainability and competitive advantages in times of a “disruptive wave‘ and rapid development
– Examining the new business model for profitability with data
– Value re-distribution- vertical and horizontal integration of supply and value chains
– The future of the automobile as a vehicle for digital innovations
– Security Challenges and the Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA) triad
– A paradigm shift in consumer behaviour/preferences/wants
– Enabling technologies of connected cars
– Smart operating systems are the new engines of performance
– Digital infrastructure- An ecosystem ramp to the future of transport
– Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Infrastructure
– Legal and regulatory bodies and the adjustment to fast-developing technologies and technology life cycles
Who Should Attend:
CEOs / Presidents / Chief Executives, Directors, Vice Presidents, Department Heads, Leaders, and Managers specialising in:
Connected Car and Services
Data and Product Security and Cyber-security
Product Development and Planning
Transport Network Planning
Intelligent Transport Systems
– Automotive manufacturers and retailers
– High-tech suppliers
– Telecommunications companies
– Insurance agents
– Vehicle fleet companies
– Automotive/ Intelligent Transportation Magazine
– Automotive emissions, fuel economy and aftermarket solutions provider
– National and local authorities (Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Cities’ department of transport- Roads Office Section, Road Network Section
– Automotive mobility| Internet of Things Association
– Research organizations and departments of transportation and new mobility and connectivity solutions for vehicles
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Kersten Heineke is the Responsible Partner for the McKinsey Centre for Future Mobility in Europe. Since joining the firm as a consultant in 2010, he have focused his work primarily in the automotive industry and industrial players overall. His areas of specialty are the impact of disruptions on the business models in advanced industries, working with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), suppliers, mobility providers, and tech companies. In addition, he has deep expertise in topics of digital business building, connected cars, autonomous driving, and shared mobility.
After implementing and managing the Marco Polo I programme and drafting the legal base of the Marco Polo II programme, I became the deputy head of MOVE-B1 “Trans-European Network” and also the Head of Sector for the TENtec & Innovation on transport infrastructure. In 2006 I have initiated TENtec, which is using IT to plan, manage and monitor a large EC funding programme (TEN-T) based on satellite based maps organised into 2 portals, private and public. It creates working bridges to all stakeholders allowing full eGoverance. The energy and IT-network sister programmes are currently included into TENtec. Since 2008 I am preparing the opening of TEN-T to innovative projects, with a first call for proposals organised under the annual TEN-T call in 2010. I drafted all legislative texts for TEN-T and CEF on innovation & new technologies, including the calls. Since Mai 2015 I am working as advisor to the director of \"European Mobility Networks\" (DG MOVE-B). I am also the Coordinator for Innovation. In 2017 the Directorate was modified and enlarged and is now called \"Investments, Innovative & Sustainable Transport\".
Manuel Finken has 13 years of experience in several different areas such as Sales and Pre-Sales Management, Process and Portfolio Management and IT Service / Platform Management. Manuel has a focus on deal management and international project management within the automotive and telecommunications industry.
Simon is working as a lead solution architect for www.drivesweden.net innovation cloud - it is a cloud that enables data driven innovations, concept development and real world deployments. His passion is to bring insights out of data as one bring gold out of rock. He hasthe horizontal responsibility to drive innovation and growth within Ericsson’s Intelligent Transport System offerings including an eco system play on their Connected Urban Transport, Digital Train and Track and Fare collection / Mobility As A Service (MaaS) offerings.
The former Executive Vice President of Avira brings years of experience in the areas of cyber security, and software tools for automotive and loT industry. Prior to joining Avira, Mr. Rainer Witzgall worked for international software companies such as Rational Software (acquired by IBM for $2.1 billion), Matra Datavision (acquired by Dassault Systems) and several start-ups, where he achieved significant growth rates. Rainer Witzgall graduated with honors from the Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences and went to the St. Gallen Business School.
Dr. Elke Schweizer started her professional life as a Software Developer for CHiLL based Mobile Switches at Alcatel in 1994. In parallel she wrote her dissertation in the field of solid state physics at the Max Planck Institute in Stuttgart. In 1998 she switched over to the Development of Hybrid Fiber Coax Networks and worked as a customer project leader for the French Customer Lyonnaise Cable. In 2004 she joined the Bosch Corporate IT as head of Java, iOS and Android platforms focusing on the security architecture. Her team developed an App PKI as kernel security for the patented BoschSecure technology. BoschSecure uses the iOS and Android security stack to provide a DRM system for connected cars. She joined the ASRG in the scope of crypto- and security- based R&D efforts on Blockchain Technologies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. As a founder of the Bosch-sponsored Blockchain-Institut, Dr. Schweizer brings distributed IoT security into connected cars and factories.
Per Lindberg currently works as Senior Manager Connectivity in Volvo Cars’ Product strategy organization. There, he works on developing strategies for Volvo’s connected car products and services. Per has more than 20 years’ experience of connected cars, from both the car OEM and Mobile Network Operator sides, having worked with project management, engineering, sales and strategic business development.
Silvia’s expertise is on the supporting with business and technological consulting services which comprise: Design Thinking, Customer Journeys, Software & Solution design and development, MvP, Programming, Solution Roll out. Silvia’s areas involve Digital transformation, Smart Data, Analytics, IoT, AI, Cloud, B2B and B2C Platforms & Applications. She is a partner for Touch Mobile Partners and specializes in Digital Engagement, Video, E-Commerce and International Business Development
Henk is a builder with over 20 years’ experience at the intersection of marketing, sales and general management. With a sharp eye for both client and organisation, he has guided businesses in various sectors along the path to growth. His current challenge: to become a leading player in the Netherlands and across Europe in the area of automotive telematics and Connected Car services. Our Managing Director, Henk has been a part of the founding team behind Moove since September 2017.
Stephan Arenswald is a product owner for HeadUnit UI software development for the next generation of Mercedes Benz cars. He is responsible for the prioritisation and planning of UI functions related to phone/Bluetooth/connectivity/browser and assistance and emergency services. Before he started at Daimler AG he worked as a scrum master and software engineer in the area of database performance monitoring at IBM. There, he helped transform an international project from waterfall to agile-based software development. Stephan is also an advocate for project management based on the agile values and principles and tries to promote the real meaning behind the word agility whenever possible. Outside of his day-to-day responsibilities, he sticks to his true nature as a computer scientist and is running a one-man start-up for app and web development, focusing on releasing his own ideas.
Dr. Juergen Weber - Partner leading the Service Unit „Connected Vehicle“ and corresponding digital transformation aspects. He is primarily involved with developing new business models around online services and the changes in development cycles in the OEM industry is his main competence. With his experiences in the automotive industry from his background as formerly leading the Mobile Division at Alcatel-Lucent and several international management positions, he focuses his skills on the support during the challenging transformation phases. Dr. Juergen Weber has studied semiconductor physics and held a phd in semiconductor physics.