Connected Car: Enabling a new suite of automotive experiences
Mar 2017 | IoT, Connected Car

As 5G and Vehicle-to-X technologies are currently in development, self-driving and electric vehicles appearing on the road with announcements of more coming soon, the software in the car needs to replace human senses and perceptions with automated means to continuously assess, perceive and respond to risks on the road. For the foreseeable future, self-driving vehicles will share the road with legacy unconnected cars as well as human driven connected cars. This panel will discuss what capabilities future platforms will need to handle for mixed traffic scenarios so that any vehicle can collaborate with each other and what contextual services can be offered.

Live from MWC 2017
Hall 7, Booth 7C61
March 1, 2017 at 10:00 AM CET

Serhad Doken
Vice President at Innovation Partners


Tim Hutcheson
Research Associate at IHMC

Kenny Hawk
CEO at Mojio

Samian Kaur
Director, Partner Development at Chordant

Emmanuellle Rivet
Internet and Mobile Technologies Partner at PWC

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