Telematics Munich

Start: Monday 29 October 2012

End: Tuesday 30 October 2012

Venue: Munich Hilton Park Hotel

The eagerly anticipated Telematics Munich 2012 Conference (October 29th-30th, Munich, Germany) will discuss how to position connected services as the competitive lure to unlock new revenue streams across the telematics arena.

Francesca Forestieri, Director of mAutomotive,Connected Living programme, will be moderating a panel session on Day 1 of the conference at 16.05-16.40.

‘Simplifying The End Users Life: Billing and Beyond’

At the heart of every connected business proposition should be 2 key questions: How can the cost of connectivity be reduced? And, How can the final offering be made more creative for the user. We assess the intent of carriers to build future data plans around connected vehicle content.

  • Hear how wireless carriers are developing independent automotive business models, managing app stores and creating billing options for connectivity to aid the development of different services in the connected car
  • Explore the variety of affordable data plans available to the consumer such as data usage monitoring, and data-sharing to power multiple devices in order to create a transparent billing plan for customers
  • Use data capacity to your advantage: understand the latest status of billing the consumer such as shared data plans, split billing and reprogrammable SIMs could lead to significantly more attractive pricing models for embedded telematics.

Per Lindberg, Senior Business Analyst, Connected Car, Volvo Cars
Magnus Lundgren, Director – Service Delivery Platforms, Ericsson
Stephane Petti, Director – Automotive Business Development,Orange
Moderator: Francesca Forrestieri, Director mAutomotive, GSMA

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