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That Data Looks Good On You - Making Sense of it in a Complex Ecosystem
The automotive industry is driven by ever-evolving technologies, changing regulatory mandates, and increasing consumer expectations. New technologies such as IoT, big data, cloud and mobility are generating a lot more data as well as improving the ability of the automotive ecosystem to process that data. As an example, by 2020, connected vehicles will produce 350 MB of data per second. As the amount of data is growing, the ability of organizations to manage it, prudently share it with ecosystem partners and transform it into useful information is becoming even more complex.
MarketsandMarkets' is delighted to invite you to an event titled "That Data Looks Good On You - Making Sense of it in a Complex Ecosystem", which will be organized on February 22 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Westin Palo Alto. Join our experts as they speak about how data and the ability to process it will take vehicle intelligence to the next level?Specific insights that you will get:
- How will data driven services along with the right communication infrastructure drive mobility on demand?
- How will data aggregation as-a-service be used by fleet management service providers?
- How will evolving telematics enable smart transportation infrastructure?
- How will IoT lead to the growth of remote vehicle diagnostics and security?
- How will the explosion of data lead to the development of more intelligent vehicles that can take safer decisions?
- How will cyber threats impact the automotive ecosystem and growth of vehicle as a hub?
- Westin Palo Alto
- 675 El Camino, Real Palo Alto, CA, 94301, USA
- February 22, 2017
- 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Global Vice President, Electronics & Semiconductors
Global Vice President, Automotive
- Serving over 5,000 companies across 35,000 niche markets
- Coverage of the top 40 high growth niche opportunities valued at US$ 3.7 trillion and growing at CAGR of 17%
- Get insights into disruptive technologies that comprise 20% business today but will contribute 80% business in the next five years