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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Meet Decision Makers From:

  • Automotive OEMs
  • Ridesharing & On-Demand Companies/Taxis
  • Fleet Companies & Leasing Companies
  • Government/Cities
  • Ridesharing Application & Service Providers
  • Connected Mobility as a Service Providers/Platforms
  • Payment System Vendors
  • EV Electrification Infrastructure
     

With The Following Job Titles:


CEO’s, MD’s, CTO’s, CIO’s, COO’s Chief Engineers & Heads of:

  • E-Mobility

  • Mobility Strategy

  • Mobility Services

  • Mobility Business

  • Mobility as a Service

  • Mobility & Connectivity Services

  • Mobility Innovation

  • Smart Mobility

  • E-Mobility Infrastructure

  • E-Mobility Charging

  • EV Charging – Vehicle to Grid – Energy System Integration

  • Connected Services

  • Connected Car

  • AV & Mobility Strategy

  • Autonomous Vehicles

  • Urban Mobility

  • Digital Experience

  • Mobility & Location based Services

  • UX/UI

  • Software Engineering

  • Advanced Controls

  • Safety Program Management 

  • Commercial Vehicles

  • Battery Electric Vehicles

  • IoT & Blockchain

  • Enterprise Connectivity

  • Digital Strategy

  • Powertrain

  • Power Electronics

  • Future Technologies

  • Electronics & Autonomous Driving

  • Digital Customer Services

Monetizing Mobility, Connectivity & E Services

What Does The Future Mobility And Connectivity Environment
Look Like And What Does That Mean For Your Customer?


New mobility and connectivity business models – today driven by electrified and software enabled vehicles - is a value pool that is set to double in size by 2030. The differentiating feature of tomorrows B.E.V. will be its ability to mimic the conveniences customers have come to expect from their smartphones. It is not just dedicated apps; there are also social networks, experiential showrooms, and lounges for vehicle owners, creating a new mobility and virtual connectivity environment that envelops consumers from sales to service upgrades. There are many mobility connectivity applications and opportunities but for OEMS focusing on customers is key to making money. So, how do you successfully monetize such applications? For instance, advanced connectivity solutions such as personalized contextual advertising based on driving routes, could create a considerable new subscription business, but only if you have the infrastructure, data sharing and payment mechanisms to support it.

Join Us Virtually This November
As We Present Examples On How To Partner With Cities And Tech Companies To
Monetize Connectivity/Mobility & Create The Supporting Infrastructure 
 

 

Mobility Strategy City Partnerships Monetizing Connectivity E-Mobility & Charging Infrastructure

New Trends 

Mass Market & Young Consumers Biz Models 

Luxury Segment Biz Models  

Monetizing New Subscription Services

Sharing Data 

Assess The Future Role Of Vehicles In Cities 

Best Practice City Engagement 

Evaluate Mobility As A Service Offerings 

Scale Up Of Mobility Solutions For Different Types Of City 

Government & Regulatory Support Mechanisms

Delivering The User Experience 

Monetizing BEV Charging Connectivity 

After Sales Mobility Business Models 

Optimizing Over The Air Software Updates 

Assess Payment Options

Making e Mobility Business Models Work 

How To Create Charging Interoperability To Improve Customer Experience 

EV Infrastructure Development 

Cities AND Highways 

 

Find & Discuss Solutions To Current Challenges:

  • Find Out How Government & Regulatory Policies Will Support Future Mobility Projects Including EV Charging 
  • Discover How To Create A Seamless "Smart Phone" Connectivity Experience - In Vehicle - That Meets, Or Exceeds, Customer Expectations  
  • Data Sharing & Privacy - You Have "Anonymized" Data. You Have Personal Data. How Do You Successfully Monetize Data Whilst Safeguarding Customer Privacy? 
  • Hear About Strategies For Selecting Payment Solutions In Collaboration With Third Party Service Providers That Meet Customer Expectations 

AGENDA AT A GLANCE

Day One - MOBILITY STRATEGY, MONETIZATION & BUSINESS MODELS 

  • Automotive OEM Strategic Perspectives That Will Explore New Shared Mobility Business Models & The Opportunities To Enhance The Customer Experience & Monetize Mobility & Connected Services
  • Understand The Latest Trends On How New Mobility Business & Ownership Models Are Forecast To Change The Automotive Landscape & Assessing Key Monetization Opportunities Ahead
  • North American City Perspectives On Developing Smart Mobility Operating Environments, Partnership Development and Regulatory Environments
  • North American City Perspectives - Assessing The Future Role Of Vehicles In Cities To Evaluate The Infrastructure & Policies To Support New Mobility & Charging Solutions
  • Introducing Scalable Mobility Solutions In City Environments – Key Considerations During Planning and Deployment To Ensure Commercially Viable Shared Mobility Rollout Throughout Diverse Cities
  • Diversifying Your Customer Demographic & Creating Brand Loyalty Through New Models On Car Ownership Including Shorter Term Leasing & Subscriptions
  • New Subscription Models & Leasing Opportunities for Luxury Brands: Understanding Customers Appetite For Shared Ownership Experiences
  • Examining The Business & Profitability Model For A Car Sharing Joint Venture That Operates In 18 Cities Across Europe With A Fleet Of Over 14,000 Vehicles
  • Addressing Data Sharing, Privacy & Security Considerations To Enable New Mobility Operating Models
  • Examining How The Insurance Sector Must Evolve & Integrate With New MaaS Transportation Systems

 

Day Two - MONETIZATION OPPORTUNITIES AROUND CONNECTIVITY​

  • Creating Connectivity Services & In-Car User Experiences That Customers Will Pay For
  • The Future Of In-Vehicle Connected Services – How To Capitalise On Advances In Technology & Growing Customer Demand
  • Over The Air Updates – Reimagining Future Business Models Through Innovative Tech & Software Applications That Will Have The Ability To Unlock Features Already Installed On The Vehicle
  • Over The Air Updates – Understanding The Infotainment & Drive Control Updates That Customers Are Willing To Pay For
  • Exploring The AI Enabled Software Systems That Will Anticipate Customer Requirements & Provide New Value Opportunities For Automotive OEM’s
  • Creating Business Models To Monetize Collected Vehicle Data & Understanding Who Can Use The Data & How?
  • Offering An Enhanced Customer Experience & Increased Reliability Through Remote Diagnostics & Predictive Maintenance Capability
  • Connected Mobility & Payments - Examining Secure Payment Solutions for Connected Vehicles
  • Examining 5G Communication Infrastructure Requirements To Effectively Support Connected Vehicle Services

Day 3 - E-MOBILITY & CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE   

  • Examining Connectivity Requirements & Connected Charging Solutions For Battery Electric Vehicles
  • Exploring The Development Of Connected Charging Services For Effective In Car Journey Planning
  • Creating E-Mobility Business Models That Work For Your Customers & Deliver The Required Charging infrastructure For Future Operating Environments
  • Exploring The Need For Enhanced Cyber Security Across Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
  • Creating A Secure & Enhanced Customer Experience At Charging Infrastructure Through Industry Standardization
  • Exploring Public Private Partnership Development To Deliver EV Charging Infrastructure In Major Cities
  • Driving The Increase In EV Ownership Through Access To Charging Infrastructure In Multi-Unit Dwellings – What Are The Solutions?
  • Alleviating Range Anxiety Through The Creation Of Convenient, Rapid Charging Infrastructure Along Major US Highway Corridors
  • The California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program – Addressing Regional Needs For Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
  • Developing Clear & Harmonised Regulatory Frameworks For Charging Infrastructure
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