Accelerating connected vehicle revolution to future frontiers, ET Auto

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<p>ETAuto Connected Vehicle Summit 2024, where knowledge meets action, and innovation paves the way ahead. Let's navigate the challenges, accelerate innovation, and drive the future of connected vehicles together.</p>
ETAuto Connected Vehicle Summit 2024, where knowledge meets action, and innovation paves the way ahead. Let’s navigate the challenges, accelerate innovation, and drive the future of connected vehicles together.

New Delhi: Amidst the rapid evolution of technology, connected vehicles are emerging as a driving force, involving various industries and disciplines. The fusion of travel and transportation, infrastructure development, IT, communications, consumer electronics, and similar others is reshaping the mobility landscape. Powered by cutting-edge software and semiconductors, this integration is not just a trend but a mega-trend, revolutionizing how vehicles interact with devices, services, and participants, ushering in an era of safer, more convenient, and faster mobility experiences.In a world where all advancements open new doors while presenting unique challenges, at the forefront is not only an optional opportunity but an indispensable necessity. Join us at ETAuto Connected Vehicle Summit 2024, where knowledge meets action, and innovation paves the way ahead. Let’s navigate the challenges, accelerate innovation, and drive the future of connected vehicles together.

The key highlights of the summit will be:

·Keynote address by Sven Patuschka, CTO, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicle & Tata Passenger Electric Mobility,

·Special address by Dr. Reji Mathai, Director, ARAI on ‘What Next in the Connected Vehicle Megatrend?’ ,

·Enriching panel discussions featuring Gaurav Gupta (Deputy MD, MG Motor India), Prashanth Doreswamy (President and CEO, Continental India), Tapan Sahoo (ED ENG, Maruti Suzuki India), Saurabh Dalela (Director, ICAT), Rajesh Mishra (Chief Digital Officer, VECV), and other industry leaders, and

·Fireside chats by Dr. Shankar Venugopal (VP, Mahindra & Mahindra) and Hardeep Singh Brar (VP Marketing and Sales, Kia India, and enlightening presentations.

The ETAuto Connected Vehicle Summit ’24 will have an array of industry professionals and stakeholders from vehicle manufacturers to EV manufacturers and auto testing professionals. The event presents a rare platform for collaboration, learning and knowledge sharing.

Auto product designers, developers, and automotive engineers will find inspiration and insights, alongside fleet owners and shared mobility providers exploring the future of transportation.

The summit will be a unique forum for semiconductor manufacturers, software developers, policymakers, regulators, and R&D professionals who play pivotal roles in shaping the connected automotive landscape.

Auto parts manufacturers, consultants, and analysts are encouraged to attend, contributing their expertise to the collective discussions that will propel the industry forward. The event promises to be a melting pot of ideas, innovations, and collaborations, making it a must-attend for anyone passionate about the future of connected vehicles.

The ETAuto Connected Vehicle Summit 2024 invites all stakeholders to be part of this transformative event where knowledge meets action, and innovation builds the road ahead. Navigating challenges, accelerating innovation, and collectively driving the future of connected vehicles will be the driving force of the day-long discussions.

Join us as we delve into the connected automotive revolution. To know more and express your interest in attending the event, click here – https://auto.economictimes.indiatimes.com/connected-vehicle-summit

  • Published On Feb 13, 2024 at 08:26 AM IST

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