‘Advancing Transportation With Connectivity, Automation, Intelligence & Electrification’
The 2-day conference program will feature keynotes, technical sessions, demos, & exhibits.
We are proud and excited to invite you to participate in and enjoy this world-class event.
India’s Premier Conference on Automotive Mobility, Telematics & Connected Vehicles.
What is Amtel 2017?
Automotive Mobility, Telematics & Connected Vehicles is an evolving technical field which crosses multiple disciplines and industries including automotive, travel & transportation, information technology, communications, consumer electronics, industrial electronics, media & entertainment, energy & utilities, insurance, etc. By connecting vehicles with various devices, services and participants, we are able to make our mobility safer, faster, cheaper, cleaner, and more comfortable.
Traffic alerts, Eco driving, music downloads, tailored service, software updates in the car and charging support for electric cars. We are on the brink of an extraordinary revolution in the automotive industry. Today, drivers, passengers and even cars can connect to a range of services in the cloud.
AMTEL 2017, is India’s premier conference on Automotive Mobility, Telematics & Connected Vehicles. This forum is a convergence of the automotive industry, comprising of experts and practitioners, with the latest innovations and advances on connected vehicles & telematics, sharing experiences and insights, forecasting the trends and opportunities, with discussions on the policies, economics and social implications.
The 2-day conference program will feature keynotes, technical sessions, demos, & exhibits. We are proud and excited to invite you to participate in and enjoy this world class event.
Key Learning Outcomes
- Disruptive innovations – How should traditional automotive companies cope with this change & what will be the main technical method / challenges to overcome.
- Millennials & the connected car – Identify what the auto industry needs to do in order to adapt to new mobility paradigms.
- The digitization of mobility: How vehicles become road sensors & create data for new use cases.
- OEMs & third party cooperation: How do you get more third party content into the cars?
- How can we get from ‘app development versus vehicle development’ to an authentic vehicle app development process.
- Digital innovation: How can we make strategic product & service decisions informed by data?
- OTA – How to finally make money with connected cars?
- The mighty & the micro: How can OEMs & micro enterprises work more collaboratively to accelerate connected car innovation?
- Cyber security in connected vehicles.
Delegate Registrations & Opening Address
Delegate Registrations & Opening Address
Keynote – Technology & Policy Perspective in Automotive Connectivity
Tomorrow’s car will represent a step change in form and function, compared with what’s being offered now. Although many commentators have described this future in terms of the autonomous vehicle, that’s just a part of the change to come. The vehicle of the future is already taking shape in a variety of forms, although it is unlikely to reach full fruition on public streets and highways for 10 to 20 years. Nonetheless, there will be enough innovation before then to transform the automobile. There will be new levels of connectivity among vehicles, enabling new services inside and outside the car. There will be new kinds of cars, many dedicated to specific uses, such as ride-hailing and ride-sharing fleets. The culture of the automobile, including conventional wisdom about how vehicles should be owned and driven, will also change. Already, the very notion of what a car is for is being radically rethought.
With more than 22 years of extensive experience of planning, Project Management, Operations & maintenance of telecom networks in DoT/ BSNL and around three years experience of working in M2M/ IoT domain in TEC, DoT.
Digital Vehicle & Impact of Connectivity
Many of the normal features of the car — monitors of performance data like speed, fuel efficiency, and gas tank levels; heating and air conditioning; and the audio system — all have been digitized in hopes of providing the driver with easier operation and better information. And the car — including smartphones and other devices carried on-board by drivers and passengers — now reaches out to the surrounding world for music streamed from the cloud, real-time traffic information, and personalized roadside assistance. Recent innovations allow automobiles to monitor and adjust their position on the highway, alerting drivers if they are drifting out of their lane, and slowing down if they get too close to the car in front of them. All in all, the car of today is a technological marvel. And there’s much more to come.
In April 2010, he joined Daimler’s R&D unit in Bangalore – MBRDI – as Senior Program Manager responsible for Infotainment area within Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department. During last 7 years Mr. Bhatt has been responsible for building and growing the Infotainment & Connected Cars domain.
Tea & Refreshments
FIRST COFFEE BREAK
New Mobility Business Models & The Impact on The Indian Automotive Industry.
The relationship between business and sustainability has become one of the central debates for the long-term future of human health and happiness, both in those countries that have already experienced industrialization and in those that are undergoing the trans-formative impact of the process. It is already apparent that in certain critical respects the prevailing business models may be inappropriate and inadequate to meeting the challenge of sustainability.
Kaushik Madhavan heads the Mobility Practice (Automotive and Transportation) for the MENASA region. In his role, he will be spearheading the team and will be responsible for managing the research and consulting Practice. Kaushik comes with an in depth understanding of the growing passenger and commercial vehicle business sectors and on the growing aftermarket opportunities for OEMs in India and the Middle East.
Hardware in The Loop Test System For Next Generation Automobiles.
Vehicle engines today are extremely complex because of their many subsystems, each with a controller to manage fuel injection, emissions, engine noise, and more. This complexity makes the job challenging for engineers with short development cycles and pressure to limit costs. Using HIL simulation, you can replicate specific parts of the embedded system and test them in a virtual environment before running real-world diagnostics on the complete system.
Pradeep Nair works with National Instruments who are the world leaders in test, measurement and automation industry. He heads the strategic business development efforts for National Instruments’ embedded products for IndRAA region (India, Russia and MEA). He has more than 15 years of experience in this industry with a key focus on Automotive, Aerospace and Defense market for the last many years. He is a technical expert in the field of Simulation and Real-Time Systems like Hardware-in-the-loop testing. As part of his job, he keeps a tab on the trends in these industries and provides the domain expertise for various projects in these application areas. He has a Master’s Degree in Physics and Electronics and is a member of various international engineering forums and societies.
Connected EV Eco-System & Infrastructure Challenges in India
Electric vehicles (EVs) are no longer science fiction. Scientific achievements in this space have led to the mainstreaming of EVs in the United States, Israel and some European countries. India isn’t far behind either with Mahindra-Reva, Hero Electric and other domestic OEMs leading the front. Durable lithium ion batteries, fast charging networks, efficient chassis design and electric drive trains are key links in the EV value chain and extensive technological progress has been made in all these areas. However, for EVs to truly lead GhG reduction in Indian Industry and have a positive impact on the country’s energy security, the integration of smart grids and renewable energy feeds into these grids are a must. In fact, without these two critical components, the introduction of EVs into the current ecosystem would be an ecological burden and lead to greater GhG emissions since energy will be derived from a predominantly coal powered and inefficient energy grid.
Dr. Allabaksh Naikodi,with over 32 years of experience is presently heading the Advance Technology (R&D Electrical Engineering) of Mahindra Electric Vehicle Company. He obtained Ph. D degree in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (Chennai), India in 1995. Prior to joining Mahindra Reva he has worked for ABB, Honeywell, Schneider Electric and Tech Mahindra.
What is The Relevant Ecosystem to Bring Expected Value Added From Telematics in India?
As the number of applications grows, a strong ecosystem is forming around the connected car, involving a range of participants—among them automakers, insurance companies, telecommunications firms, sensor and chip manufacturers, and digital-platform giants like Amazon and Uber, as well as academic institutions and standards-making bodies. The rise of this ecosystem is changing the competitive landscape for all participants, especially for companies in the insurance industry. Insurers face digital disruption in a number of areas. Their analytics capabilities, for instance, may be displaced by predictive-modeling or machine-learning technologies. And their traditional data sets, which contain risk profiles based on claims history, may be losing value given the growing availability of real-time data streaming from connected cars.
Graduated from French Engineering school with specialization in Industrial systems. Working in Magneti Marelli since 18 years. After 7 years in France, Eric works for MM in China, Italy and now India. Eric covered during his experience in MM areas from manufacturing up to Business development across different Electronic Business lines. During the last 5 years, Eric set-up in India R&D team of more than 500 people to address global and local R&D needs for Infotainment, Telematics, Speedometers, Body computer, Powertrain shock absorber as well as Lighting.
Interactive Panel Discussion: Planning for Tomorrow’s Car & City
- Cities, Carmakers & Mobility Providers - Shaping urban mobility together.
Second Coffee Break
Connected Vehicle Services Platform: A CRM Backbone for Connected Vehicles
xCONNECT is Cubastion’s white label CVS platform. It provides off-shelfs CRM processes to enable OEM launch their Connect Car services and empowering them to tap various monetization opportunities.
Ravi is an entrepreneur and vivid thought leader in space of Customer Relationship Management. He is co-founder of Cubastion, a specialized CRM consultancy. He heads consulting and next generation Customer Experience programs in space of Service and Sales for various industries. One and half decade into industry he has headed customer transformation programs for various multinational in Automotive, Telecom, Communications. He heads white label Connected Vehicle Services platform program with name xCONNECT. A platform to empower OEMs to address all customer experience touch points and exploring monetization opportunities. Ravi is Mechnical Engineering Graduate from IIT Bombay. Founding member of Cubastion. Founder of xSHOWROOM and heads xCONNECT.
Interactive Panel Discussion: From Competition to Collaboration
- How automakers are leveraging start-ups to strengthen their position in mobility - the nature of the relationship is key!
- Explore the open systems & collaboration patterns that are more based on successful collaborations than vendor / buyer relationships & the new business models arising.
- Building Cohesive Ecosystems Required to Deliver Services that Users Want.
Brian Mc Murray
Enhancing Connected Customers Experience - Never Stranded Never Surprised. Today, the gap between customers’ expectations and the service they receive is huge. Customers expect personalized, competent service, and they want to be able to connect with a company at any time, in person or virtually, over any communication channel they want to use.
Brian Mc Murray
Vice President - Engineering & Operations (General Motors Technical Center India)
Dr. Abhijit Lele
Cyber Security in Connected Vehicles & Transportation
Automobiles’ dramatic increase in connectivity to the Internet provides many more entry points to the vehicle’s electronic systems for attackers to exploit. Cars now have more connectivity than most personal computers. This is an important step. But it will be years before the first robust, efficient, hardened automotive system architecture rolls off the assembly line. The scale, model-line and geographical diversity of today’s fleet and the need for international standards create huge challenges. What’s needed in the meantime is a system to detect anomalies that can be integrated quickly into automobiles to provide a defense. This technology must be universal, and platform-agnostic. It must be able to defend against threats to any onboard ECU or computer system. And it must be able to identify new threats without constant updates, which means that it should not be the signature-based threat-detection systems we are all familiar with in our laptops.
Dr. Abhijit Lele
Principal Consultant (Robert Bosch)
Tea & Refreshments
FIRST COFFEE BREAK
Role of Data in The Entire Connected Car Paradigm
The car of the future will be safer, more autonomous, better adapted to new uses and ways of getting around. But if, by some miracle, the car of 2025 could be manufactured today, it might be hard to sell. Because consumers just are not yet ready for what manufacturers have in store for them. That’s why current innovations are all focused on the same goal: to gradually bring drivers to the point where they can get behind the wheel of the car of the future with total confidence.
Experienced industry veteran & technology evangelist in advanced technologies – Internet of Things, Connected Cars, Machine Learning, Big Data Analytics. Industry experience spans across multiple verticals – Automotive, Insurance, Manufacturing, Consumer Electronics, Telecom etc.
Brahmanand Reddy Patil
e-Mobility Smart Charging – Vehicle to Grid Communication
The future could hold a significant concentration of autonomous electric vehicles in cities that will result in the elimination of mass amounts of parking and traffic congestion, along with reducing major city’s environmental footprints. This along with the potential impact of drones, high-speed mass transits, and many other innovations could change the way an entire city’s infrastructure operates. Someday soon, the City of Tomorrow might not just be a vision, but a reality. By renewing our commitment to addressing mobility challenges for people across the world, Ford has rededicated itself to finding and creating solutions for everyone – whether or not they have a car.
Brahmanand Reddy Patil
Managing Director - Vector Informatik
Next Generation Telematics Services Combined With AI
Making autonomous vehicles for mobility on demand a reality. He has worked with Bosch and Indian Space Research Organization and his career is enriched with experience of spearheading Engineering solutions for the Automotive Technologies, Building Security System & Home Automation and Satellite Imagery applications and managing large teams/projects in a multi-domain, multi-regional and multi-functional environments.
Mr. Sirish Batchu is an established Thought Leader in the industry and Distinguished speaker in various national and international forums in ‘Connected Vehicles & IoT Space’. He has to his credit, the creation of “Mahindra DiGiSENSE”, a unified Connected Vehicles Platform for the entire Mobility Sector across Mahindra & Mahindra (Automotive, Farm & Commercial Vehicles) – a first of its kind solution of this scale towards Digital Transformation in the Indian Automotive Industry. He has been conferred the ‘Digital Transformational Leader’ Award in the Manufacturing category by CeBIT India in 2016 for his contribution on DiGiSENSE. Currently, as Head – Infotronics Technology & Advance Electronics, he is responsible for the end-to-end manifestation of Mahindra DiGiSENSE platform and Advanced Electronics solutions that include ADAS, NextGen Vehicle E/E Architectures, Cyber Security and mentoring various emerging Technology Projects. He has been instrumental in defining the framework for the $1Mio Mahindra Rise Prize – Driverless Car Challenge launched in India in 2014 and Jury member for the evaluation and mentoring of the teams He is a Mentor for the AutoNebula Business Accelerator platform for Indian Startups in Connected Transport and has been the Leader of the focus group for the Connected Vehicles under the Auto-SIG of NASSCOM and member of the CII national committee on Transportation, Connectivity & Mobility and National Workgroup for M2M regulations.
Ola Play – Leading the Revolution of Connected Cars Globally
Ankit Jain - Sr Director - Technology Ola (ANI Technologies)
Sr Director - Technology Ola (ANI Technologies)
SECOND COFFEE BREAK
SPONSOR DRIVEN TRACK
Interactive Panel Discussion: Winning The Hearts & Minds of The Connected Consumer.
- Crowd Pleasing Services: Discuss how users' mobility needs are transforming & what kind of services & approaches should be considered by automakers & mobility service providers.
- Uncover what kind of services will need to be offered into order to increase the value of the car & mobility service providers.
- Innermost desires of car owners or what is the consumer willing to pay for: analysis of the market situation.
Topics of Interest
- Wireless Communications & Vehicular Networking.
- Mobile Internet, Mobility Internet & Internet of Things.
- Co-operative driving, Intelligent & Autonomous Vehicles.
- Automotive Electronics & Automatic Control.
- Transportation & Connected Vehicles.
- Geographic, Spatial & Social Information Systems.
- Product Safety Engineering in Connected Vehicles.
- Practices, Recommendations & Standards in Connected Vehicles.
- Smart Personal Vehicles.
- Shared Mobility: from Technology to Business.
- Cyber-security in Vehicles & Transportation System.
Who Would be Attending?
Attendees by Job Title:
- President / Chair
- CEO / CIO / CTO
- SVP / VP / AVP
- Manager / Head
- Lead / Chief Engineer
Attendees by Department:
- Research & Development
- New Product Development
Attendees by Company Profile:
- Hardware Providers
- Software Providers
- Tier 1 Companies
- Content Providers
- Fleet Owners
- Wireless Carriers
- Industry Association
Registrations are closed. See you next year.
Become a Partner
Title Partner shall receive benefits such as a 45 minute speaking slot, Social media mentions and a 18 ft x 9 ft exhibit area.
Platinum Partner shall receive benefits such as a 45 minute speaking slot, Social media mentions and a 12 ft x 9 ft exhibit area.
Gold Partner shall receive benefits like 3 free passes, Social Media mentions and a 9 ft x 9 ft Exhibit Space.
Exhibit Partner shall receive benefits like a 6 ft x 6 ft Exhibit space and mention on the ‘Thank You’ Email to delegates.
Emerging Partner will get table space as exhibit space.
Cocktail Partner will have the opportunity to host an exclusive networking cocktail to the speakers, delegates & partners with a 9 ft x 9 ft exhibit space.
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