From connected vehicles, transport apps and streamed entertainment to fully autonomous vehicles, the coming years will showcase many new high risk and leading edge technologies.
This inaugural SIG event, taking place at Hethel Innovation in Norwich, will take a ‘State of the Nation’ look at the automotive sector. Where are we today? Where are we heading? What obstacles may the industry foresee? Who are the key stakeholders? Where might the financial returns come from? What are the next steps?
Don’t miss the opportunity to register for the first meeting of the Automotive and Transport SIG which will take a ‘State of the Nation’ look at the automotive sector. Senior figures from several industries will set out their views on where we are today, where we are trying to go, what obstacles they foresee. This backdrop combined with uncertain business models requires that management, shareholders and governments need to decide the investment priorities from a plethora of options all promising a wide range of benefits. With an uncertain roadmap, many technology choices to be made, unclear standards, security issues and corporations choosing different paths, our presenters are likely to offer quite contrasting viewpoints.
There are many new markets in this area suggesting that there are few givens – just opinions and hope! So come along, listen, question and then have your say in the wide ranging debate that follows.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Roger Lanctot, Associate Director, Strategy Analytics
- Mike Short, Vice President, Telefonica
- Ireri Ibarra, Functional Safety Consultant, MIRA
- Nick Smith, Senior Policy Manager, Security Industry Engagement Team, OSCT Home Office
- Martin Green, Advanced Technology Planning Manager, Visteon Engineering Services Ltd
The Automotive & Transport SIG is championed by Andrew Ashby of Plextek Consulting, Tom Blackie of RealVNC, John Okas of Real Wireless and Nigel Wall of Climate Associates. We are extremely grateful to Rohde and Schwarz for sponsoring this event and to Hethel Innovation for hosting this event at their venue. This event is also supported by ITS.
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This event is FREE to members of Cambridge Wireless, guests of Hethel Innovation and ITS members. Tickets for non-members are £180.00 plus VAT. To join Cambridge Wireless as a member and attend future events for free, please visit: www.cambridgewireless.co.uk/sign-up
Limited FREE places for non-members: We are keen to engage with, and foster the next generation of technologists so we have limited FREE delegate places at our events for non-members who are under 30. If you would like to register for one of these places, please register as a non-member and under job title please list your date of birth. We will then confirm if you have received a place within one week of the event.