The two-day conference will focus on the new developments in the automotive industry while getting to interact and discuss with the notables of the domain.
CoE-IoT, a part of Nasscom, in association with Telematics Wire is organising a national conference on the future of the connected vehicles on 14th-15th of March in Bangalore. The two-day conference will focus on the new developments in the automotive industry while getting to interact and discuss with the notables of the domain.
The conference will be attended by the luminaries across the automotive domain along with members from the senior bureaucracy, bringing in insights from their respective fields. There will be 600+ attendees and over 50 speakers. Also, more than 40 companies will be exhibiting their products and technologies related to the connected vehicles during the conference.
Wind of Change
The Automotive sector is undergoing a transition. The modern car has changed a lot from what it used to be a decade back or so, but this change is far from over. In fact, the industry has reached a turning point from where the pace of change will be more brisk and transformative. The automotive industry is being shaped by the trends like autonomy, connectivity, electrification and shared mobility. It is expected that in next few years the way we look at cars will be changed entirely. To register and for all others details related to the event, you can click here.
In the last few months, the autonomous car has been on the wish list of many auto manufacturers. As a matter of fact, they are bullish about launching autonomous cars in coming years. But before that happen, features like lane departure warning systems, brake assist (BAS), smart navigation systems, parking and traffic assist, collision assist, etc. are now being made available as a standard offering by many automakers in their current offering. Digital cockpits laden with advanced infotainment features like In-car shopping and in-car payment are also gaining some traction and experiments have already started.
Connectivity features like OTA (over the air update) updates is evolving as the standard practice. But it has also led to increased vulnerability of the car to cyber attacks which are also evolving as a separate domain. The software content of the vehicles is improving and the automakers are forming partnerships with the IT industry, acquiring smaller companies and startups to gain competencies in this field.
In India, the automotive industry is not untouched by these changes and the automakers here are also introducing connected car features in their products. The companies for the purpose are collaborating across different domains. Tata Motors is working with Microsoft; Nissan India is collaborating with Pointer; Honda Cars India is collaborating with IBM Watson; Minda iConnect with Microsoft India; and Reliance Jio Infocomm with AirWire etc. Many new players are also entering the automotive ecosystem bringing in their innovative ideas and fresh perspective.
You might like this