CONNECTED CAR DETROIT Tuesday March 13, 2018 @ The Henry Hotel in Dearborn, Michigan πŸ—“

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β€” CONNECTED CAR DETROIT March 13, 2018 @ The Henry Hotel in Dearborn, Michigan
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Meeting Date: Tuesday, March 13th, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM EDT
Speaker: (name, affiliation)
Location: The Henry
300 Town Center Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126
Cost: Tickets | $795*
*Free tickets are available to automakers. Discounted tickets are available to government / academia.

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8am: Registration and networking breakfast
Main Stage
9am: Keynote
Ned Curic, Vice President Amazon Alexa Automotive, Amazon
9:30am: The economic and societal impact of connected cars (panel discussion)
Key stakeholders discuss the technologies and trends that will shape the evolution of the connected car over the next decade and beyond.
Mike Tinskey, Ford Motor Company | Bob Gruszczynski, Volkswagen | Ravi Puvvala, Savari | Marjorie Loeb, Mayer Brown
10:30am: Networking break
Track 1
Session 1: Connected Services
Moderated by Greg Basich, Assoc. Director, Automotive Infotainment & Telematics and Connected Mobility services, Strategy Analytics
11am: Presentation by General Motors
11:20am: The digital dealership: How connectivity and automation is key to customer experience and the bottom line
Russ Lemmer, Executive Vice President of Mobility, Silvercar
11:40am: Re-imagining service delivery for the connected car
Raj Paul, VP of IoT & Connected Services, DMI
12pm: Presentation by TomTom
Track 2
Session 1: Data
Moderated by Michele Bertoncello, Partner, McKinsey & Company
11am: Presentation title TBC
11:20am: Building automotive security from the inside out
Chuck Brokish, Director of Automotive Business Development, Green Hills Software
11:40am: Presentation by HARMAN
Geoffrey Wood, Director, North America Business Development, Automotive Cyber Security, TowerSec Harman
12pm: Presentation by IMS
Ben Miners, Vice President of Innovation, IMS
12:30pm: Networking lunch
Track 1
Session 2: Connected Services
Moderated by Richard Wallace, Director – Transportation Systems Analysis, CAR
1:30pm: Presentation title TBC
1:50pm: Empowering innovation with the USPTO
Faris Almatrahi, Supervisory Patent Examiner, US Patent & Trademark Office
2:10pm: Connected cars – 4 opportunities to engage drivers
Kai Adolphs, Global Automotive Product Research Director, Kantar TNS
2:30pm: The future of connected vehicles and their potential impact
Ozgur Tohumcu, CEO, Tantalum
Track 2
Session 2: Connectivity
1:30pm: Presentation title TBC
1:50pm: Presentation title TBC
2:10pm: ethernet Testing a foundational testing approach
Jeff Warra, Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer, Spirent Communications
2:30pm: Presentation by Globalstar
Greg Ewert, President, Connected Car & Intelligent Transport Systems, Globalstar
3:00pm: Networking break
Track 1
Session 3: UX
Moderated by Paul Carrannanto, Managing Director, Automotive and Industrial Equipment Practice, Accenture
3:30pm: Presentation title TBC
3:50pm: Presentation title TBC
4:10pm: User validation: It’s more than clusters and cup holders
Jonathon Baugh, Experience Architect, Pillar Technology
4:30pm: Presentation title TBC
Track 2
Session 3: ADAS
3:30pm: Presentation title TBC
3:50pm: Presentation title TBC
4:10pm: Presentation title TBC
4:30pm: Presentation title TBC
5pm: Networking drinks
6pm: Close