Car buyers are increasingly swayed by the infotainment systems when they purchase new cars. They’re looking for instant “curb appeal”, but also testing functionality before they commit to purchase. Will the car support the features and functions they want, and their platforms of choice? At each price range, competitive carmakers need to get it right. Join Autotech Council members, OEMs, automotive suppliers, mobility startups and VCs as we focus on new developments in Infotainment & Apps.
Autotech Council members representing carmakers and their T1 vendor partners meet monthly in Silicon Valley to review new technologies and a handful of mobility, transportation, and automotive companies and solutions coming out of the technology industry's entrepreneurial community across the globe.
The automotive industry has come a long way since the introduction of the first in-car radio, revolutionizing how we experience car travel. Now, we find ourselves at the brink of an exciting era, where the convergence of technologies has paved the way for a new dimension of safety, driving pleasure, customization, and convenience. Today's vehicles have evolved into sophisticated connected platforms, transforming our daily commutes into useful, productive, entertaining, and informative experiences.
This agenda opens with an analyst overview from Edward Sanchez at TechInsights with data and trends on the Infotainment and Apps market, followed by a panel of companies on the hardware and software side of in-car apps, and as with all Autotech Council meetings includes demo and meeting tables, plenty of time for networking and of course startup pitches and technology demos.
Technologies introduced on today's agenda include:
Although the Call for Speakers is now closed, some opportunities available to market leaders, topic experts and startups innovating in this segment are still available, including in-room demo and meeting tables. If open, options will be available during online registration.
Regular participants to Autotech Council meetings include tech scouts, innovation strategy, partnership executives and corporate development delegates from: