The automotive industry is crossing the point of no return for modern digital transformation, with high-performance computing and in-vehicle networking plus cloud connectivity and security to drive the current vehicle architectures and the vehicles themselves into the future. Modern automotive architectures address safety concerns, unlocking the value of fast-growing vehicle data, improving user experiences and enabling real-time vehicle monitoring with cloud connectivity and over-the-air updates. In-vehicle networked electronic control units (ECUs) and wireless connectivity are enabling "connected vehicles" to sense the environment and collect a tremendous amount of vehicle data: nearly 95 petabytes of data were generated in 20191.
- Monday, November 16:
”Automating the Development of AI-based Deep Learning VHM Solutions" by Gil Reiter (VP Product Management & Marketing and GM North America) and Kyle Williams (Marketing Director) from SafeRide Technologies, plus Brian Carlson (Director Global Product and Solutions Marketing) from NXP.
- Tuesday, November 17:
”Transitioning to Safe and Secure Zonal Architectures” by Idan Nadav (CSO) from GuardKnox Cyber Technologies.
- Wednesday, November 18:
”Designing Secure Automotive Gateway Solutions Using Time-Sensitive Network (TSN) Protocol” by Shrikant Acharya (CTO and Co-founder) from Excelfore and Max Hinson (Lead Technical Marketing Engineer) from Green Hills Software.
- Thursday, November 19:
”Developing Advanced In-Vehicle Cloud Service Solutions using AWS’ Connected Mobility Solution” by Scott Francis (Senior Solutions Architect) from Amazon Web Services (AWS).
- Monday, November 30
”Orchestrating Complex and Secure Automotive OTA Software Updates and Data Management Using Airbiquity OTAmatic” by Keefe Leung (Vice President of Product Management) from Airbiquity and Brian Carlson (Director Global Product and Solutions Marketing) from NXP.
Join this one-of-a-kind training program around service-oriented gateways and their potential within the services-driven world we live in, including products that adapt over time and consumers willing to pay or subscribe—the demand for digitally enhanced experiences is increasing among them. Carmakers, technology suppliers, application developers and service providers are helping to accelerate the digital transformation of the automotive industry.
1. Ctrl-Shift, 2020, Growth of the Connected Vehicle Data Market The implications of personal data and emerging US legislation
2. PTOLOMEUS Consulting Group, The Vehicle Data Market Global Study
3. STATISTA, 2020, Connected vehicle fleet from 2025 to 2035, by key region
4. PTOLOMEUS Consulting Group, The Vehicle Data Market Global Study
5. World Economic Forum, Reinventing the wheel: digital transformation in the automotive industry