The 4th Annual Telematics China Summit 2014

September 4-5, 2014    Shanghai China

—Discuss Smart Services, New Cooperation Models, Wearable Devices,Cloud, Big Datas, IOT and Apps Breakthrough To Improve AutomakersTelematics Values and Secure Customers

As the “4th Annual Telematics China Summit” to be held on 4th-5th Shanghai gains momentum, GENVICT, PARROT S.A. Chongqing Jia Ling Automotive, Huizhou KAIYUE Electronics, ALLIANZ SE, Telit Wireless Solutions, Nanjing Intelligent Transport System, Tata Elxsi,Harman, U-Blox, Qoros Auto,Magneti Marelli has confirmed to join with us this year. Also RealVNC and Digia Plc has confirmed to sponsor this year’s event. RealVNC has developed its VNC® remote access technology to create a solution that can automatically detect, access and control virtually any mobile device or desktop computer from a vehicle head unit or infotainment system either via MirrorLink, iPod Out or VNC Automotive using USB, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. VNC Automotive is available as an OEM package for developers to integrate VNC technology within their own products. A range of in-vehicle embedded operating systems are supported including Linux, Windows Automotive, CE, QNX, Qt, Android and other proprietary operating systems.

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Recently the organizing committee of “The 4th Annual Telematics China Summit” interviewed with industry gurus from leading world famous companies about the future developing trends and opportunities. According to Mr. Eric Pang, the Senior Manager Connected Services of Qoros Auto, “In China, as in the rest of the world, I see vehicle telematics as a component of the “internet of things” becoming a bigger and bigger part of everyday life over the next 5-10 years. This could be at the individual level, such as receiving notifications from the natural gas detector in your home before you enter it. Or at the city level to control stop lights based on traffic flows.” “China is uniquely positioned in two ways to be at the forefront of this development. a)High smartphone penetration and sophisticated, innovative mobile applications – China has the largest and most advanced smartphone environment and userbase in the world, making it ideal for the creation, development, and testing of new ideas and ways to create the “internet of things” b)Government support – China is committed to improving the telecommunication infrastructure necessary to bring the “internet of things” to life. This includes faster and faster internet speeds and connecting city infrastructure.” Mr. Pang also indicated “Within the next 5 years, telematics will become a standard requirement for all cars as consumers demand the convenience and control it provides. As OEM’s all bring their systems online, this will create opportunities for the larger Tier 1 suppliers and telematics service providers to develop these systems. As Android and iOS aggressively push their way into car screens, this will open up additional functions that people had not thought of before as they link to the larger Android and iOS ecosystem.

In addition Mr. Zhanwei Yin, the CEO of Shanghai Hangsheng Industry Co., Ltd also made comments on the future of Telematics developments that “The fast development of Telematics will promote the informatization, Intelligent and digital of Automotives, that provide a huge market for relevant companies. In the future, the cost of automotive electronic may account for 30% of the total cost of the whole car even higher to 70%, so said it would provide a huge market space, and provide basis and channel for cross industry competition, at the same time help traditional manufactures to transform into service company.

About the future developing trends, Mr. Xiaobin Huang, the Technical Director
China Telecom Transportation ICT Application Base (Shanghai) thought that embedding communication modules into the car will become an important developing direction. As the industrial cooperation and division of labor is more and more specialization and elaboration, from the perspective of the architecture of the whole chain, specialized division of labor is more and more highlighted. In the future our car will become more and more simple, and the mobile phone function will become more and more complex and personalized, and the replacement will get faster and faster.

For the developing trends of Telematics in China, according to Mr. Brian Tian
Director of EESE, Volvo Car China, Volvo thinks that from the global view, the demand of Chinese users to Telematics are bigger than other countries, therefore Volvo will pay highly attention to the Chinese user’s requirement, and produce telematics and service specifically for Chinese customers. For the development of Volvo, he thought there are three stages: 1.0 stage is the normal telematics, 2.0 stage basically is V2V and V2I, V2V is vehicle to vehicle and V2I is vehicle to infrastructure, that is the safe city driving system that we use, and then Telematics 3.0 That Volve has currently developed in Gothenburg headquarters ‘drive-me’, this is an automatic driving system.” To find out more business trends and opportunities, do not miss out this previous event, join with us this year to secure you own market share at the billion-dollar China Telematics market.

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