MIT’s Lead of Senseable City Lab Joins TU-Automotive Europe’s Growing List of Innovative Speakers

TU-Automotive announced that Mr Paolo Santi, the ‎Lead of Ambient Mobility at MIT’s Senseable City Lab has joined the stunning list of innovative speakers at the TU-Automotive Europe Conference and Exhibition 2015, which will take place over 2nd-3rd November at the ICS Conference Centre in Stuttgart.

Auto mobility of the future will be radically transformed by ubiquitous deployment of sensors, networked technology, and the big data they generate.  Aside these advances will be self-driving technology and ride and vehicle sharing that will revolutionise the movement of people in urban areas.  Some of the topics that Mr Santi will discuss at TU-Automotive Europe Conference & Exhibition will be what big data can tell us about human mobility, why UBER has been so successful and what impact self-driving technology will have on the traffic flow of cities.

Speaking last week, Mr Santi told TU-Automotive – “Urban mobility is being radically transformed by ubiquitous connectivity as well as technological and service innovations that are making the dream of on-demand, point-to-point mobility come true. These transformations will substantially change not only our daily life, but also automotive industry. This is why this event is the ideal place to deliver MIT Senseable City Lab’s vision of the future of urban mobility.”

TU-Automotive Conference and Expo 2015

TU-Automotive Europe (formerly Telematics Munich) is Europe’s largest conference & exhibition dedicated to the future of auto mobility – specifically the topics of connectivity in the car, future models of mobility and the path from ADAS to autonomy.  The industry’s press will be in attendance to hear car-makers such as BMW, Toyota, Daimler, Volvo and Jaguar Land Rover set out their strategic vision for the future of the automobile.

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Europe’s Top Automotive Technology Minds All on One Stage in One Place

Here is a snapshot of who to expect amongst 120 thought leaders at TU-Automotive Europe –

  • Dieter May, SVP for New Digital Data and Business Models, BMW
  • Pierre Masai, CIO, Toyota Motors Europe
  • Dr Aravind Bharadwaj, SVP Advanced Technology for AutomotiveMahindra & Mahindra
  • Peter Frans Pauwels, Co-Founder, Head of Product Innovation, TomTom Management Board
  • Martin Kristensson, Director Connectivity StrategyVolvo Cars
  • Mike Bell, Global Connected Car DirectorJaguar Land Rover
  • Jürgen Dickmann, Leader for Research & Development – Active SensorsDaimler

Check out all the speakers confirmed on stage here

Industry Endorsements   

Volvo – “We’re there for the networking. There are so many conferences in this space but TU-Automotive have been able to keep both attendance and the quality of insights very high”.

Toyota Motors Europe – “TU-Automotive has a well-known platform that allows us to showcase our innovations in the European automotive space”.

IBM – “TU-Automotive has a global reputation in the automotive industry because it understands the importance of the trends that are disrupting the car as we know it”

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