AGENDA – Automotive Telematics/Infotainment Webinar

Automotive Telematics/Infotainment Webinar

Presentation slides are available to download by clicking on the titles below

Francesco Vadalà, OMA Technical Plenary Chairman Welcome & Introduction. Watch Now
T. Russell Shields – Ygomi The wireless evolution and the transformation of the connected vehicle – Discussion will cover what the vehicle manufacturers will want from carriers as they move step by step through advanced multimedia systems to automated driving. Watch Now
Ryoichi Kawada – KDDI Corporation HTML5 based in-vehicle infotainment – The presentation will cover contents sharing between a smartphone and an in-vehicle infotainment system using HTML5. Watch Now
Sunil Marolia – Smith Micro Software Monetizing the Intersection of Smartphones and Connected Cars – With the growth in connected cars and worldwide smartphone penetration, new opportunities are emerging to provide more personalized services for consumers and improved engagement with customers for commercial transportation. In this presentation, we will introduce a novel application of OMA standards which push the boundaries far beyond traditional asset management use-cases normally associated with OMA-DM and OMA-DL. Leveraging extensions to these standards, we will present how these standards can be used to improve customer loyalty, drive revenue, and improve the customer experience in a commercial or public transportation scenario. Watch Now
Yoram Berholtz – Redbend Manage the Accelerating Amount of Software in Cars – With the increasing amount of software inside the car, OEMs need a better method for maintaining software in the vehicle’s electronic control units (ECUs) and infotainment system. Current methods for software update at the dealership can be time-consuming for the technician, expensive for the OEM, and inconvenient for the car owner. By updating the car software over the air using the OMA DM standard, OEMs can decrease warranty costs, improving the customer experience and build a direct relationship with car owners without depending on the dealers as a proxy. Watch Now
Joel Hoffmann – Intel GENIVI Alliance – An Open and Collaborative Approach for the Automotive Industry Infotainment Systems – Will talk about the connectivity work GENIVI has been doing in its context. Successful interactions with external bodies like W3C in the Automotive Web API arena, producing reusable open source software and a full IVI platform for testing and further development, and other such accomplishments of GENIVI. We would probably push the “open, collaborative” message, since that is core to our past and future success. Watch Now
Sean Fleming – Mformation Managing the Intelligence of Augmented Reality through Dumb Devices – When phones became smart enough to store our music and photos while managing our email and schedules, they became critical to our everyday. We carry our worlds in our smart phones as proof that technology has integrated its way into our lives, but, with all of the advances technology has to offer, integrated isn’t enough. Now is the time for augmented reality, for the convergence of our virtual worlds with our physical world, for life made easier by machine-to-machine communications. Now, instead of carrying the world in a device, we have devices throughout our world. They are in our cars and in our homes. They track our stuff and monitor our health. They uniquely and personally connect us to the people, places, and things that are our reality from virtually anywhere, but the devices that now augment our connected world are not smart. The sensors in our cars and the monitors in our fitness equipment are simple, fit for purpose devices. The intelligence in our connected world comes from the way we manage it. This session will look at some of the technological imperatives of the evolving machine-to-machine ecosystem and open questions about how to manage the intelligence of our augmented reality. Watch Now
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