Here is the latest news about Aeris, Continental and some speakers.
Super Secure Car from Continental with Huge Data Pipe Demo
Continental, will show its next-generation telematics platform and a demonstration vehicle.Continental’s vehicle has secure and seamless network technology with a super pipe that can aggregate all available data channels, including the driver’s and passengers’ mobile phones for faster and more reliable data transfer, managed by the vehicle router. The vehicle includes secure cloud-based threat protection, multi-layered firewalls, advanced connection management and seamless channel and source switching. It also has DSRC connectivity.
Peter Schwartz will Give the Keynote Address
Peter Schwartz will share his insights on the ever-changing world of connected car tech. He is considered an authority on future planning. In his current position as Senior Vice President for Global Government Relations and Strategic Planning at Salesforce.com, Schwartz directs policy and politics throughout the world and manages the organization’s ongoing strategic conversation.
Aeris Clears Air on New Networks for Cars
Aeris’ Managing Director, Steve Millstein will discuss how the current practice of charging a subscription for connectivity is a barrier to extracting the real value of connected cars. Mr. Millstein will explain how to tear down today’s failing business model and make the promise of connected cars a reality today. (Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 2:45-3:10pm PST)
Drew Johnson, VP of Engineering at Aeris, will outline how getting 80 billion devices connected by 2020 will require multiple access technologies beyond cellular. Mr. Johnson will show how Aeris makes cellular better for machines today. (Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 10:20-10:35am PST)
The Connected Car Expo at the LA Auto Show previously announced major speakers and programs from Volvo, Hyundai, GM/OnStar, Audi/NVIDIA, Ford and Jaguar Land Rover including Volvo Car Group President & CEO, Hakan Samuelsson, as a speaker.