Automotive Tech Week Megatrends

January 25-29, 2021

100% Virtual | Live and OnDemand

Mobility at Automotive Tech Week: Megatrends

Covid has hit the mobility sector extremely hard and many mobility providers will need to change their strategy to stay relevant and profitable. Learn the strategies, innovations and collaborations that are taking place to bring riders back to mobility services. How are mobility providers and cities working together to reshape the urban landscape? Learn what new trends are coming into play to improve the passenger experience while increasing revenue at the same time. 

Monday January 25th – Mobility

Starts at 8:00 – 8:05am PT11:00 – 11:05 am ET4:00 – 4:05 pm GMT5:00 – 5:05 pm CET 

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Hilary Cain, Vice President – Technology, Innovation and Mobility Policy, Alliance for Automotive Innovation 

Presentation: Looking Beyond C.A.S.E to Save Mobility as a Service 

What influences will come into play to help shape mobility’s “next normal”?
To what extent will technological innovations such as HMI, UV etc. able to reassure the general public and bring them back on board?
How can new digitized offerings such as subscription services, real-time information improve the overall customer experience? 

Stephan Zeh, Head of Audi Mobility Services / EVP & GM, Silvercar by Audi 

Panel Discussion: Reshaping the Future of Urban Transport – Turning a Crisis into Opportunity 

How are mobility providers working with cities to shape the future of urban mobility in a post-Covid world?
Leveraging partnerships and new technologies to promote more sustainable and human-centric urban solutions
In what way are traditional mobility providers changing their strategies to stay relevant and profitable? 

Moderated by: Hilary Cain, Vice President – Technology, Innovation and Mobility Policy, Alliance for Automotive Innovation 

Christopher Emmanuel, Director of Infrastructure and Governance Policy, Florida Chamber of Commerce 

Lynn Blake, Vice President of Mobility, Groupe PSA North America 

Anders Wall, Vice President Investor Relationships, GreenMobility 

Presentation: Sanctuary in the Making – OnDemand Services that Promote Health, Wellness & Wellbeing 

Understanding how lighting, fragrance and sound are providing a wellness environment for the passenger.
How can cabin monitoring & biometrics improve the passenger experience?
Is it possible for a vehicle to improve the passenger mood? If sowhat types of immersive or connected solutions can we expect to experience? 

Wards Analysts – CES Mobility Roundup & Networking
Hosts: Glenn Sanders, Analyst, Wards Intelligence and Bob Gritzinger, Analyst, Wards Intelligence 

Christopher Emmanuel, Director of Infrastructure and Governance Policy, Florida Chamber of Commerce

Stephan Zeh, Head of Audi Mobility Services / EVP & GM, Silvercar by Audi

Lynn Blake, Vice President of Mobility, Groupe PSA North America

From Informa Tech Automotive Group

TU-Auto

Vehicle Subscription Services Taking hold in India

Car subscription has never been a popular choice for private car buyers in India where many take pride in owning a car as an asset.

Car subscription has never been a popular choice for private car buyers in India where many take pride in owning a car as an asset.

TU-Auto

Importance of Simplicity in SaaS for Mobility Analytics

https://www.tu-auto.com/importance-of-simplicity-in-saas-for-mobility-analytics/

The use of software as a service (SaaS) for mobility analytics applications has the potential to offer several end-user benefits.

WardsAuto

Why OEMs Won’t Survive Transition to Mobility

Why OEMs Won’t Survive Transition to Mobility

GM, Ford, Mercedes-Benz and BMW have tried and failed with car sharing or ride hailing. Tesla, with its direct connection to customers, probably will thrive in this business. But the traditional OEMs are sure to fail unless they do it in a different way.

Start typing and press Enter to search