automotiveIT Connected Mobility Event almost sold out!

automotiveIT Connected Mobility Event almost sold out!

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Registration is still open for the first annual automotiveIT International Congress, but some of the sessions are already fully booked and there are only a few seats left for the main conference day.

The Congress, whose theme is “Connected Mobility 3.0: IT Moves the Auto Industry,” takes place at the futuristic Siemens Crystal in the London Docklands July 1 and 2. Senior executives from key automotive companies will discuss some of the hottest topics in the auto industry today. Automakers whose executives will speak in London include Audi, Ford, Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan, Qoros, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo,

More than 200 delegates are expected to attend the two-day conference, which starts on July 1 with a VIP tour of Audi”s virtual dealership, Audi City. A clear focus throughout the Congress will be the connected car, which is set to revolutionize personal mobility in coming years. Auto executives will also offer new insights into electric mobility, connected retail, big data, autonomous driving and driver distraction.

“The coming new era of personal mobility presents huge opportunities as well as some major challenges,” said Arjen Bongard, editor in chief of automotiveIT International. “We expect to host an in-depth discussion of both at the automotiveIT International Congress.”

On the main conference day – July 2 – speakers include Jaguar Land Rover engineering boss Wolfgang Ziebart, Volvo Cars head of electrical and electronics Thomas Mueller and Genivi president and senior Peugeot executive Philippe Gicquel.

Two late additions to the speaker lineup come from the world of Formula 1 racing, where lightning-fast data transmissions play an ever bigger role in assuring the competitiveness of the participating automaker teams. One speaker is Peter van Manen, vice president at McLaren Applied Technologies. Van Manen is responsible for supplying the control and data systems used by all Formula 1 competitors and, in a standalone address near the end of the conference, will discuss how new IT systems are changing Formula 1.

Another late addition is Michael Taylor, IT/IS director of the Lotus F1 Team. Taylor will participate in a July 2 breakfast roundtable hosted by technology companies EMC and Pivotal.

More information on the automotiveIT International Congress, including how to register is available at

About the automotiveIT group:The automotiveIT Group publishes business magazines and web sites in German and English. Like its publications, the group”s conferences, which have been held in Germany for several years, focus on the big IT issues in the car industry and the new technologies that are reshaping the car itself. The London event is the first international congress automotiveIT is hosting.

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The English-language automotiveIT Executive Report expands Media-Manufaktur”s successful German-language product range, which includes the automotiveIT and carIT magazines, the Websites, and the annual automotive IT Congress, the premier automotive IT congress in Europe.

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