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【TU-Automotive訊息】Grasp the new trends in the connected car, mobility, and autonomy in Japan(ITS Taiwan會員享報名優惠)
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Connectivity, IoT and AI are some of the evolving technologies having a big impact on the car, meanwhile the development of autonomous technology and penetration of sharing services are compelling us to reconsider next-generation business models. We’re seeing connected car, autonomy, and mobility increasingly overlap and in turn hasten each other’s pace of development.

Opportunities are few and far between for those from Japan and overseas leading the charge in these arenas to meet and exchange ideas.

TU-Automotive Japan (Oct 18-19, Tokyo) will provide a platform for over 400 global industry pioneers to better inform their strategies through high-level networking and sharing of the latest schools of thought.

View the conference agenda to see who will discuss what at this year’s event:
http://www.tu-auto.com/japan/conference-agenda.php


Register now to avoid missing out. Register by 30th September 2016 and save JPY30,000 (approx. $300).
http://www.tu-auto.com/japan/register.php

ITS-Taiwan member discount:
ITS-Taiwan members are eligible for a further 10,000 JPY (approx. $100 USD) discount. When you go to register online just input [TJITST16] into the discount code bar.

Confirmed speakers for this year include:
•Toshinori Utsugi, General Manager, Telematics Division, Honda
•Toshiro Muramatsu, Deputy General Manager, Telematics Engineering Gr., Nissan
•Car Christensson, Senior Manager, Connected Car IT Services Concept, Volvo Cars
•Gaurav Mathur, Senior Manager, Product Planning, Maruti Suzuki India
•Noboru Maesono, General Manager, Isuzu Motors
•Yoshikazu Watanabe, Manager, Connectivity, Fuji Heavy Industries
•Hisashi Chiba, General Manager, Advanced Driver Assistant Engineering Department, Bosch
•Hakan Kostepen, Executive Director - Strategy and Innovation, Panasonic
•Sebastian Wedeniwski, CTO Global Industrial Sector, IBM
•Keisuke Tajima, Senior Supervisor, Car Electronics Business Strategy Division, Pioneer
•Daisuke Okanohara, Executive Vice President & Director, Preferred Networks
•Jan-Maarten de Vries, Vice President - Product Management and Marketing, TomTom
•Tsuguo Nobe, Architect and Director, Government Policy & Business Development, Intel
•Motoharu Uchitsu, General Manager of Times Car PLUS Department, Times 24
•Hiroshi Nakajima, Executive Officer, SVP, Director of Automotive Div., DeNA
•Takeshi Imai, CEO, Amanek telematics design


The agenda will cover content vital for those seriously committed to connectivity, mobility, and autonomy:

•Auto OEMs next strategies, opportunities arising from IoT, prospects of AI, current autonomous projects, car & user data, software security, dynamic maps, infotainment roadmap, car + ride share initiatives, changes in commercial and distribution spaces

Haven’t downloaded the brochure yet? Click the link below to receive your copy:
http://pages.tu-auto.com/tu-japan-brochure

Masahide Tomonari
Project Director, Japan
TU-Automotive
Email: mtomonari@tu-auto.com
Tel: +44 (0) 20 3869 6736
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