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Automotive Connectivity


Relexa Hotel Stuttgarter Hof, Berlin, Germany
23-25 June 2008
http://www.iqpc.com/ShowEvent.aspx?id=83636

 


Mobile devices in the Automotive Industry are gaining more and more importance. According to Strategy Analytics, the market for automotive multimedia and telematics systems is set to grow to $27 billion by 2014, and over 80% of new vehicles produced will be fitted with a wireless connectivity feature. The key challenge OEMs and automotive suppliers are facing is how the increasing market demand for multimedia, communications and safety applications will drive wireless vehicle-device and interfacing choices for the vehicle.

 

Gain insight into the connected car of tomorrow:

  • Learn how to realize a seamless integration of portable infotainment and entertainment devices with intelligent interfaces
  • Explore which wireless technology Bluetooth, 3G, HSPA, WiFi, WiMAX - is best to facilitate internet in your car
  • Learn which HMI solutions and technologies are most suitable to secure easy handling of nomadic devices
  • Portable vs. embedded Meeting consumer demands with in-car multi-media devices
  • Understand how to create a long life and flexible vehicle interface to better meet the challenge of different life cycles of consumer electronics and cars
     

Participation of CVIS

Wednesday 25 June 2008 - Case study automotive


"The Cooperative Vehicle Infrastructure System (CVIS) project - Cooperative applications and services and next steps for an incremental deployment"

  • Developing core technologies to set up a cooperative system for vehicle2infrastructure and vehicle2vehicle communication
  • What performance could be expected from first lab measurement and core technology tests
  • How CVIS will develop common core components to support cooperation models in real-life applications and services for drivers, operators, industry and other key stakeholders
  • What are the next steps for an incremental deployment of cooperative systems in Europe

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