Telematics Update Content & Apps Europe – registration discount

March 22, 2012 by  
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Telematics Update’s Content & Apps for Automotive Europe 2012, April 18-19 2012 in Munich, will focus on in-vehicle connectivity and how automakers are integrating dynamic content to stay relevant throughout the vehicle life cycle.

Participants include Fiat, Ford, Volvo, Jaguar Land Rover, Nokia, Harman, Denso, QNX, Chleon, Magneti Marelli, Continental, The Linux Foundation, Telenor and many more.

Click here to register at a discount (use discount code 1937 JDAY):

http://www.telematicsupdate.com/contenteu/?utm_source=John%2BDay&utm_medium=Linkedin&utm_campaign=1937

Telematics Update Munich conference focuses on profitable in-car content

February 16, 2012 by  
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Telematics Update’s Content & Applications for Automotive Europe 2012 Conference & Exhibition (18-19 April 2012 Munich, Germany) will bring together executives from the automotive industry, the mobile applications market, and industry solution providers focused on building in-vehicle platforms and content to enable the car to compete with consumer electronic devices.

The mobile apps market is set to grow to a $25 billion marketplace by 2015 according to Strategy Analytics. OEMs have spent the past 12 months launching their own content and app strategies. Influenced by enhanced smartphone and tablet capabilities many are introducing next-gen content and services through advanced platforms and cloud-based technology.

Telematics Update Munich conference will focus on IVI platforms and content

November 30, 2011 by  
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Content & Applications for Automotive Europe 2012 Conference & Exhibition (April 18-19 2012 in Munich, Germany), organized by Telematics Update, will bring together top-level executives from the automotive industry, the mobile applications market and industry solution providers who are focused on building in-vehicle platforms and content that will enable the car to compete with consumer electronic devices.

According to Strategy Analytics, the mobile apps market is set to grow to a $25 billion marketplace by 2015. Compelled by these figures, OEMs have spent the past 12 months, launching their own content and app strategies. Influenced by enhanced smartphone and tablet capabilities many are introducing next-gen content and services through advanced platforms and cloud-based technology.