The third SMMT Connected will bring together more than 450 senior level representatives from OEMs and the wider automotive industry, as well as the technology sector, government and the media.
The event will compromise a full day conference with a combination of informative keynote sessions and panel discussions – enabling analysis of the potential advancements for mobility over the coming years and what needs to happen to realise these. The panel discussions will include sessions on:
- Smart Mobility
- Mobility and Data
- Connectivity and Logistics
- Smart Mobility for Planning a Connected Future: An International Perspective
We are pleased to announce that Agustín Martín, CEO of the new London-based company Toyota Connected Europe (TCEU), will deliver one of the keynote speeches at the event. TCEU will support the growing adoption of new mobility businesses in Europe with products and services tailored to the unique needs of the market.
The event offers the UK automotive and technology sectors the opportunity to showcase the latest advancements through the technology showcase and a display of the latest vehicles.
Connected 2017 Highlights
The second ever SMMT Connected conference brought together more than 400 delegates from across industry, including 20 world-class speakers and 40-plus members of the media.
With connected and autonomous technology set to revolutionise the future of the automotive industry, SMMT Connected 2017 provided an opportunity for the UK Automotive and Technology sectors to showcase and discuss the latest developments and challenges surrounding connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs).
The event also provided the opportunity to launch a new SMMT report commissioned from Strategy& part of the PwC network, ‘Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Revolutionizing Mobility in Society‘ to explore how CAVs could radically transform millions of lives and particularly those not able to travel as freely as others. The study found that connected & autonomous vehicles will improve quality of life for 6 in 10 people with limited mobility in the UK.
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