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  • ugecan99@rocketmail.com ugecan99 Nov 12, 2013 8:25 AM Flag

    800+ Auto Telematics Execs Unite in Munich Today

    PRWEB) November 11, 2013

    Europes largest gathering of auto telematics execs, hosted by Telematics Update, is underway at the Hotel Dolce, Munich. 60+ Expert speakers from the most innovative and influential companies in the market such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Car2Car Consortium, QNX, Zurich, BBC and Volkswagen will be taking to the stage to discuss their vision for the connected car and how telematics could become the key revenue enabler for OEMs. Situated in Munich, the heart of the European auto industry, Telematics Updated has united the connected car ecosystem to capture the buzz in the industry right now; how the major OEMs are creating infotainment, convenience and safety offerings to transform the OEM-consumer relationship.

    Precksha Saksena-Sood, managing director, Telematics Update, is on the ground at Telematics Munich 2013. It is clear that the delegation onsite today is eager to hear the latest from all the experts on site. Ill be moderating a panel later today on The OEM Mission to Monetise the Connected Consumer. With mobile data and traffic volumes set to increase, the whole telematics community is working out just how they can get a piece of the pie and its a very exciting time!

    Just moments ago the delegations witnessed first-hand BMW announce their next vision for the connected car and explored how the major OEMs are creating infotainment, convenience and safety offerings to transform the OEM-consumer relationship. Their session as well as whats on the agenda for tomorrow is on the website:

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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