In Q3 2015 AT&T connected more cars than people, 1 million, making connected cars perhaps the single largest new category of mobile connections. Analysys Mason is forecasting over 500 million cars with embedded connectivity by 2023, up from fewer than 50 million today. This growth in connected cars will see a range of new services, customers and business models and will have a major impact on telecoms operators and the vendors that supply them.
Don’t miss this dynamic event brought to you by the CW Mobile Broadband SIG Group looking at vehicle connectivity solution and the key implications for mobile network operators as well as discussing key trends in the connected car sector. Featuring keynote industry speakers, business networking and a panel discussion with audience participation. Speakers include Mike Bell of Jaguar Land Rover, Uwe Pützschler of Nokia, Phil Skipper of Vodafone, Moeen Khawaja of Thingful and Andy Dumbell of Control F1, i-MOTORS lead partner.
The Mobile Broadband SIG is championed by George Grayland of Nokia Networks, Peter Montgomery of GSMA, Tom Rebbeck of Analysys Mason and Iain Stanbridge of EE. To follow this SIG on Twitter, @cambwireless, please use #CWMBb
In this event, there will be presentations from keynote speakers in all aspects of the value chain to explore what mobile broadband networks mean for the connected car, from OTA software updates to in-car media & entertainment. Spaces for this popular SIG are limited so register now to ensure your place.