Brussels on 20th November will be the venue for a policy event to be hosted by FIGIEFA on connected and automated mobility and IAAF members are invited to attend.
The automotive sector and digital services ‘around the car’ are undergoing profound transformation. Access to vehicles, their data and driver interaction functions is becoming increasingly important and will trigger new digital business models, services and greater benefits for consumers. With the ongoing public debate and regulatory plans of the EU in the pan-European field of connected and autonomous driving to maintain Europe’s leading role, it is pertinent to also look at the wider implications for vehicle-related and connected mobility services: how will the markets for connected and automated driving be subject to innovation and competition, and with which data access models?
Therefore, IAAF members, as part of the automotive industry and mobility services, are invited to participate in a dedicated Policy Lunch on these questions. This will be the opportunity to get insights on key activities of the Commission on CCAM, as well as new insights into vehicle data access models, in order to strengthen a fair and level-playing field to the benefit of consumers.
The event is being held at 12:00 on Tuesday, the 20th of November, in L42 in Brussels.
12:00-12:45 Registration & Lunch
12:45-13:00 Welcome & Introduction
13:00-13:10 The activities of the European Commisison on connected and autonomous driving – Keynote speech
13:10-13:20 Access to data and competition in after sales – Highlights of the JRC study
13:20-13:40 The truth behind the myths – Presentation of practical tests on vehicle data access models
13:40-14:30 The route for competitive SMEs in a data-driven economy – Panel discussion on the findings, proposals for solutions and Q&As
14:30-14:40 Concluding remarks
For full details on how to register CLICK HERE.