In a keynote presentation on the morning of June 4, Jim Robnett, Vice President of Business Development, will explain the importance of addressing user experience and customer satisfaction issues. He will address the need for industry collaboration and also share a recent global case study for connected services and navigation.
NNG’s Vice President for Automotive Sales, Armin Fendrich, will also be offering his expertise in the panel on the new autonomous vehicles track, “Connectivity & Self-Driving: Necessary or Nice to Have?” alongside Honda, QNX and Telit on June 3. The panel will dissect the need for connectivity in autonomous vehicles in front of an audience of executives working in telematics and vehicle connectivity.
Find out more about the sessions and agenda here: www.tu-auto.com/detroit/conference-agenda.php
We’re looking forward to discussing and demonstrating how we envision the future of infotainment. We will talk about key market trends and emerging opportunities, as well as lessons learned from our experiences. Finally, we will discuss how our OEM and Tier 1 partners can work with NNG to refresh the navigation market and ultimately, create more value for end-users by driving daily usage of the OEM navigation system.Jim Robnett
The company will be demonstrating this intelligence in practice on the expo floor in booth M173/M174/M177/M178, which will feature a Mazda 3 incorporating NNG’s navigation solution deployed globally. Find out more about the exhibition here: http://www.tu-auto.com/detroit/exhibit-index.php
TU-Automotive Detroit (June 3-4) is the biggest and most comprehensive B2B connected mobility event to date, uniting over 3,000 industry executives for two days in Detroit. It represents the widespread excitement in the connected car space with many different players making major announcements, cross-industry partnerships, and game-changing innovations.
Tickets are going fast so booking is advisable – register here: http://www.tu-auto.com/detroit/register.php.
Throughout the two-day event, there are over 20 hours of dedicated networking time allowing the 3000 strong attendees to swap business cards with companies including Ford, GM, Nissan, Toyota, DoT, TomTom, Zipcar, and many more.
To view the complete conference information go to http://www.tu-auto.com/detroit/.