Innovating for Passengers
Autonomous Vehicle (AV) is a very interesting topic with a lot of cutting edge technology, where bets will be made, and fortunes won and lost. And though Autotech Council will continue to follow the innovation that will make AV a reality - sensors required to make the cars self-drive, the computers to run the software, the AI to replace the human driver, systems to make them safe, HD mapping, testing, regulatory compliance, and more - today's meeting is not about self-driving tech.
This session focuses on the new apps, services, commerce and technology that will emerge BECAUSE of the AV. The effect as opposed to the cause. AVs are likely to change the way we use transportation, both inside and outside the vehicle. So, this AV meeting is about services and solutions for the AV world:
- In-car infotainment
- New interior design
- Radical exterior design (Pods, smaller, bigger, ?)
- Ownership, XaaS
- Retail during mobility (riding in a 7-11 bus)
- Multi-modality systems
- Urban Planning (ex: planning space for pickup/dropoff, dedicated lanes, new rules of the road)
- AV servicing (recharge, cleaning, maintenance)
Connecting Passengers, Cars, and Infrastructure to Services
A critical element in the passenger economy is connectivity. What gets connected? Who is connected? Who are the subscribers and what are they paying for?
Autotech Council, Telecom Council and IoT Forum members and guests will discuss the questions that still exist, and therefore the opportunities available for innovation, around the passenger economy – including the type of connections, the responsibility for securing those connections, and subscription models that may be part of the connected vehicle and connected passengers.
In particular, we expect to hear thoughts and ideas on:
- V2I, V2X
- Phone-car integrations
- Connectivity solutions, pricing, technology, models
- Cloud Services
- In-car infotainment
- Entertainment continuity(car/phone/home)
- The car as one element in a connected lifestyle
- Voice assistants
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