Connected Mobility

Connected Mobility is driving the future of the automotive industry. The latest buzz about self-driving cars is no longer science-fiction. Incredible advances appearing in the news on an almost daily basis from automotive companies globally is testament to this. "Internet of Vehicles" is thus the next great frontier of automotive innovation. Connected Mobility is driving new technologies in the areas of navigation, analytics, driver-safety, driver-assistance , security, infotainment, traffic-information and vehicle diagnostics. Connected cars, autonomous vehicles, car sharing and smart cities are making the world look interesting, challenging and opening a wide assortment of opportunities for entrepreneurs and incubators.

The track on Connected Mobility will bring together top industry thought leaders from automotive, technology, mobile, research, media and VC to exchange views on the fast changing automotive technology and mobility space. Speakers will discuss areas including:

  • Ride Sharing/ P2pSharing
  • Connected Vehicle Features - Trends, Opportunities & Loyalty
  • Future of Urban Mobility
  • Maximizing Revenue with Connected Vehicles
  • Safety, Sustainability and Environment
  • Telematics and Driverless Technology
  • New Regulations and Legislations to Support Connected Vehicles
  • Traditional Vehicles/ OEM vs. Car Play/ Android Auto
  • Technology Opportunities for in Vehicle Connectivity, Cloud Computing, Geo-social Mapping and Data Analytics.
  • Technology Changes Affecting Mobility
  • Modes of Transportation Seen Around the World
  • Transportation Infrastructure Adapting to the New Mobility
  • What are the Opportunities for Small Businesses Related to Mobility
  • Educating Business Owners about Mobility
Come listen to the experts and gain valuable insights on the future of Mobility with transportation technology. If you want to participate in the Connected Mobility track, come to TiECon Midwest 2016-Ignite2Disrupt, October27-28, 2016 at The Henry, Dearborn, MI.

Thursday October 27th

10am - 12pm

Challenges, Gaps and Opportunities in making the Connected Vehicle Safe, Secure and Reliable.

Scott McCormick
President, Connected Vehicle Trade Association
Praveen Chandrasekar
Consulting Director, Automotive & Transportation
Atul Prakash
Prof. Univ. of Michigan – Cyber Security
Jeremy Spaulding
Principal, JMS Innovation and Strategy
Craig Jackson
Analytics and Connected Technologies Expert, Level3 Communications
Bharat Ramani
Strategist, Mentor, Serial Entrepreneur
1pm - 2:45pm

Maximizing the Small Business Opportunity Driven by the Modernization of Mobility

Matt Smith
ITS Program Administrator, MI Dept. of Transportation
Elaina Farnsworth
CEO, Mobile Comply
Komal Anand Doshi
Research Specialist at SMART, University of Michigan
Paul Brubaker
Chairman, Alliance for Transportation Innovation
Linda Daichendt
Executive Director/CEO, Mobile Technology Association of Michigan

Friday October 28th

10am - 12pm

State of the Connected Vehicle and it's Ecosystem: Opportunities for Monetization.

Salim Momin
President, SRS Enterprises LLC and Executive-in-residence Macomb OU Incubator
Mike Brennan
CEO, Editor & Publisher
Carrie Morton
Deputy Director, Mobility Transformation Center
Cory Hohs
Ansgar Strother
Founder & CEO of Movatic
Joseph Berry
Founder and Managing Director – JBJ Advisors
Lyudmila Mishra
Director, Automotive Division at Covisint
1pm - 2:45pm

Smart Money trends in the Connected Car space.

Jay Ellis
Commercialization Manager Director (MTRAC Transportation)
Adrian Fortino
Partner, Mercury Fund
Paul Brown
Managing Director, eLab
Chris Stallman
Principal, Fontinalis Partners LLC
Dean Massab
Executive VP, Business Dev, Roush Enterprises
Doug Neal
Co-Founder & Managing Director, eLab Ventures