Why the Vehicle of the Future Depends on Connected Mobility
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The Automotive Intelligence Summit focuses on the future of the automotive sphere through eight different lenses we call the AIS Core Topics: Connected Mobility, Fintech Solutions, Transportation Research, Economic Forecasts, Predictive Analytics, Mergers & Acquisitions, Compliance & Regulations and Investment Capital. In today’s blog post, we’re highlighting the topic of Connected Mobility.
The vehicle of the future depends upon connected mobility. Whether that means your Tesla receives remote software updates or an autonomous vehicle can link up with the upcoming 5G network, connected mobility will play an enormous role in the next decade and has already become a major talking point in the auto industry. For example, all the major operating systems of the autonomous vehicle, from GPS to its AI, depend fully on this concept.
Here are two presentations on the AIS agenda this summer that will address Connected Mobility…
In the coming years, we must identify necessary, proactive and prescriptive strategies when it comes to monetizing connected data in the auto sector. If you’re wondering how strategy teams can generate new money from data, what common barriers prevent new value from realization or how to pitch specific uses to internal stakeholder, make sure to take notes during SAS Principal Automotive Consultant Lonnie Miller‘s keynote address, “Connected Strategies that Drive Monetized Results,” on Wednesday, July 25 at 8:30 a.m. Lonnie will draw from numerous conversations with manufacturers and suppliers that reveal why and how robust analytical strategies fuel emerging connected and mobility services, as well as illustrate how companies both accelerate and get in their own way when it comes to delivering and acting on new customer insights.
Michael Perugi, principal automotive industry consultant for Acxiom, has helmed some of the most successful marketing campaigns for vehicles over the past three decades, including a stint as brand manager for the Chrysler 300. Connected vehicles hold promises of transforming from a means of transportation to a smart system doing more than getting to a final destination, and Perugi recognizes that OEMs and in-vehicle technology companies need help navigating this frontier to meet customers’ expectations and fulfill their desires. In his session, “Connected Services: The Point at Which Automotive, Financial Services & Insurance Intersect,” Perugi expounds upon the findings of a joint survey between Acxiom and JD Power evaluating consumer attitudes on four key topics: Connected Vehicle Services, Data Sharing, Autonomous Vehicles and Ride- and Car-Sharing. You can catch it on Tuesday, July 24 at 1:30 p.m. or Thursday, July 26 at 9:15 a.m.
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