Standards for Connected and Autonomous Transportation

Munich, Germany
 

Nurturing the Era of e2e Mobility as a Service (MaaS)

13 December 2018 | Munich, Germany


Nurturing the Era of e2e Mobility as a Service (MaaS)

Join us to map the future of End-to End (e2e) Mobility as a Service (MaaS) enabled through connected and autonomous transportation.

Mobility-as-a Service (MaaS) describes a shift from individually owned vehicles towards interconnected mobility solutions used on an “if-and-when needed service.” Autonomous vehicles will open up currently unknown opportunities for e2e ‘ MaaS.’ The car or ship as a stand-alone product will be replaced by a system of vehicles, infrastructure, and service provider platforms co-existing in complex interaction. Such a mobility eco system will need adequate standards, to help enable the smooth integration of its constituents.

This one-day event invites key stakeholders to debate how to advance e2e MaaS. Key industry leaders will share their vision while you meet, discuss, and debate the tech and business challenges while contributing to how standardization can enable e2e MaaS.

Webinar: Exploring the Hyper-Network and Legal Gateways of E-Mobility 12 November 2018

Missed the webinar? Watch the one-hour replay as speakers Thomas Walz and Monika Menz highlight key technologies for data and service monetization relevant to the automotive sector, as well as the legal aspects associated with electro-mobility as a new form of mobility service.

 

Why Attend?
  • Shape the future of e2e MaaS, autonomous vehicles and intelligent transportation systems
  • Learn and engage with key industry players
  • Grow your market through standards
  • Add scalability to your market prospects
  • Take advantage of networking opportunities
Industries Represented
  • Software and internet companies
  • Semiconductor firms
  • Telecom operators
  • Vehicle manufacturers and automotive suppliers
  • Industry Alliances
  • Academics
  • Research institutions
  • Mobility service providers
  • Start-ups and scale ups
Topics
  • Disruptive Game Changer or Evolution of Existing Automotive Solutions
  • Technology Enablers for Autonomous Vehicles – Industry Trade Offs  
  • Platforms
  • Hitting the Safety Spot
     

Participants will shed some light on whether the vehicle manufacturers approach to ADAS evolution or the ICT sector’s aspiration to leapfrogging autonomous transportation is more feasible.

For more information, please email the team.

Agenda

Standards for Connected and Autonomous Transportation 
Nurturing the Era of e2e Mobility as a Service (MaaS)

Chaired by: Don Wright, President; and Rudi Schubert, Director New Initiatives, IEEE-SA

 

8:30 - 9:00

Registration

 

Please arrive at the lobby of IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, Highlight Towers, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 Munich

 

Please bring your ID or registration confirmation email.    

9:00 - 9:15    

IBM Introduction

 

Ms Sherri Thomas, Head of Watson IoT Center Munich, Global HQ, IBM    

9:15 - 9:30

Welcome and Opening Remarks:

 

Mr Don Wright, President, IEEE Standards Association

 

Dr Ing Konstantinos Karachalios, Managing Director, IEEE Standards Association 

9:30 - 10:20

Disruption or Evolution? Setting the Scene

 

Chair: 

Dr Christoph Eisenmann, Partner,Vossius & Partner

 

Speakers:

Mr Yann Ménière, Chief Economist, EPO

Patents and Self-Driving Vehicles: The Inventions Behind Automated Driving 
 

Dr Christoph Eisenmann, Partner,Vossius & Partner

Patent Aspects of Autonomous Driving
 

Mr Erwin Vermassen, Senior Project Manager, ERTICO

MaaS Alliance Technology & Standardization

10:20 - 11:20

Vehicle Platforms and Platform Business Part 1

 

Chair:
Mr Thomas Walz, Technical Relations Executive, IoT for Auto, Connected Car, E-mobility and Autonomous Transport, Certified Senior IT Architect, IBM Technical Relations Europe, IBM 

 

Speakers:
Mr Thomas Walz,
Technical Relations Executive, IoT for Auto, Connected Car, E-mobility and Autonomous Transport, Certified Senior IT Architect, IBM Technical Relations Europe, IBM 
NeMo – Hyper-Network for Electro-Mobility 

 

Mr Constantin Gonzalez, Solutions Architect AWS, Amazon Web Services Germany GmbH 
Cloud-Based Connected Vehicles and Autonomous Driving Development in the Real World 

 

 

Dr Nik Dimitrakopoulos, Director Automotive Ethernet & Infotainment, Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co
Automotive Ethernet – The Future for In-Vehicle Networks 

11:20 - 11:40 Coffee Break
11:40 - 12:40

Vehicle Platforms and Platform Business Part 2

 

Chair:
Mr Thomas Walz, Technical Relations Executive, IoT for Auto, Connected Car, E-mobility and Autonomous Transport, Certified Senior IT Architect, IBM Technical Relations Europe, IBM 

 

Speakers:

Mr Anders Wall, Chief International Officer, Green Mobility 

Creating Sustainable Mobility Through Free Float Electric Car Sharing  


Dr Umut Genc, Managing Director, Eatron Technologies 

L2* – A Common Framework for L2 to L4 ADAS Feature Development

 

Ms Monika Menz, Lawyer, Vossius & Partner

Data Law Aspects of Platform Companies 

12:40 - 13:40

Lunch & IBM Experience Tour

13:40 - 15:00

Technology Enablers for Autonomy

 

Chair:
Dr Kai Brandt, Head of Patents Electrics/Electronics, Audi AG 

 

Speakers: 

Dr Ing Johannes Springer, Program Lead 5G Automotive Program, Group Technology & Innovation and Digital Division / Connected Mobility, Deutsche Telekom AG / T-Systems International GmbH

5G Capabilities as Enablers for Automated Driving

 

Dr Ing Boris Schauerte, Product Manager, BMW

Enabling Data Driven Development for Autonomous Driving

 

Mr Markus Dillinger, Head of Wireless Internet Technologies, Huawei European Research Centre 

5G Infrastructure Along CAM (Connected Automated Mobility) Corridors in Europe

 

Mr Sergey Bykov, Technical Lead, Apostera

Enabling Real-Time Machine Learning for Automotive Perception

15:00 - 16:20

Hitting the Safety Spot – The Driver as Operator and Passenger

 

Chair:
Dr Roya Ghafele, Director, OxFirst 

 

Speakers:

Mr Riccardo Mariani, Chief Functional Safety Technologist, Intel Fellow 

A Perspective on Safety Standards and New Opportunities

 

Mr Christian Bearing Pedersen, Technology and Data Lead, A-mobility 

Setting Up Operations and Operating Vehicles in Scandinavia 

 

Mr Kasra Haghighi, Chief Executive Officer, UniqueSec AB 

Automotive Radar Verification: Enabling Fast ADAS and AD Development & Deployment 

 

Mr Ali Osman Ors, Director AI Strategy and Partnerships, Automotive, NXP Semiconductors

Safe and Secure AI for Autonomous Driving

16:20 - 16:40 Coffee Break
16:40 - 18:00

Wrap-up and Next Steps

 

Chair:
Mr Max Turner,
Principal AV Network Architect, Jaguar Land Rover

 

Concluding Panel: 

Rudi Schubert, Director New Opportunities Development, IEEE-SA

 

Mr Markus Bachmaier, Deputy General Manager, Mitsubishi Electric Automotive Europe B.V

 

Joo-Hyung Maing, Product Management Digital Services, BMW

 

Ali Osman Ors, Director AI Strategy and Partnerships, Automotive, NXP Semiconductors

 

Dr Ing Johannes Springer, Program Lead 5G Automotive Program, Group Technology & Innovation and Digital Division / Connected Mobility, Deutsche Telekom AG / T-Systems International GmbH 

9:00 - 9:15    

Registration

 

Please arrive at the lobby of IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, Highlight Towers, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 Munich

 

Please bring your ID or registration confirmation email.    

IBM Introduction

 

Ms Sherri Thomas, Head of Watson IoT Center Munich, Global HQ, IBM    

9:15 - 9:30

Registration

 

Please arrive at the lobby of IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, Highlight Towers, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 Munich

 

Please bring your ID or registration confirmation email.    

Welcome and Opening Remarks:

 

Mr Don Wright, President, IEEE Standards Association

 

Dr Ing Konstantinos Karachalios, Managing Director, IEEE Standards Association 

9:30 - 10:20

Registration

 

Please arrive at the lobby of IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, Highlight Towers, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 Munich

 

Please bring your ID or registration confirmation email.    

Disruption or Evolution? Setting the Scene

 

Chair: 

Dr Christoph Eisenmann, Partner,Vossius & Partner

 

Speakers:

Mr Yann Ménière, Chief Economist, EPO

Patents and Self-Driving Vehicles: The Inventions Behind Automated Driving 
 

Dr Christoph Eisenmann, Partner,Vossius & Partner

Patent Aspects of Autonomous Driving
 

Mr Erwin Vermassen, Senior Project Manager, ERTICO

MaaS Alliance Technology & Standardization

10:20 - 11:20

Registration

 

Please arrive at the lobby of IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, Highlight Towers, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 Munich

 

Please bring your ID or registration confirmation email.    

Vehicle Platforms and Platform Business Part 1

 

Chair:
Mr Thomas Walz, Technical Relations Executive, IoT for Auto, Connected Car, E-mobility and Autonomous Transport, Certified Senior IT Architect, IBM Technical Relations Europe, IBM 

 

Speakers:
Mr Thomas Walz,
Technical Relations Executive, IoT for Auto, Connected Car, E-mobility and Autonomous Transport, Certified Senior IT Architect, IBM Technical Relations Europe, IBM 
NeMo – Hyper-Network for Electro-Mobility 

 

Mr Constantin Gonzalez, Solutions Architect AWS, Amazon Web Services Germany GmbH 
Cloud-Based Connected Vehicles and Autonomous Driving Development in the Real World 

 

 

Dr Nik Dimitrakopoulos, Director Automotive Ethernet & Infotainment, Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co
Automotive Ethernet – The Future for In-Vehicle Networks 

11:20 - 11:40

Registration

 

Please arrive at the lobby of IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, Highlight Towers, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 Munich

 

Please bring your ID or registration confirmation email.    

Coffee Break
11:40 - 12:40

Registration

 

Please arrive at the lobby of IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, Highlight Towers, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 Munich

 

Please bring your ID or registration confirmation email.    

Vehicle Platforms and Platform Business Part 2

 

Chair:
Mr Thomas Walz, Technical Relations Executive, IoT for Auto, Connected Car, E-mobility and Autonomous Transport, Certified Senior IT Architect, IBM Technical Relations Europe, IBM 

 

Speakers:

Mr Anders Wall, Chief International Officer, Green Mobility 

Creating Sustainable Mobility Through Free Float Electric Car Sharing  


Dr Umut Genc, Managing Director, Eatron Technologies 

L2* – A Common Framework for L2 to L4 ADAS Feature Development

 

Ms Monika Menz, Lawyer, Vossius & Partner

Data Law Aspects of Platform Companies 

12:40 - 13:40

Registration

 

Please arrive at the lobby of IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, Highlight Towers, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 Munich

 

Please bring your ID or registration confirmation email.    

Lunch & IBM Experience Tour

13:40 - 15:00

Registration

 

Please arrive at the lobby of IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, Highlight Towers, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 Munich

 

Please bring your ID or registration confirmation email.    

Technology Enablers for Autonomy

 

Chair:
Dr Kai Brandt, Head of Patents Electrics/Electronics, Audi AG 

 

Speakers: 

Dr Ing Johannes Springer, Program Lead 5G Automotive Program, Group Technology & Innovation and Digital Division / Connected Mobility, Deutsche Telekom AG / T-Systems International GmbH

5G Capabilities as Enablers for Automated Driving

 

Dr Ing Boris Schauerte, Product Manager, BMW

Enabling Data Driven Development for Autonomous Driving

 

Mr Markus Dillinger, Head of Wireless Internet Technologies, Huawei European Research Centre 

5G Infrastructure Along CAM (Connected Automated Mobility) Corridors in Europe

 

Mr Sergey Bykov, Technical Lead, Apostera

Enabling Real-Time Machine Learning for Automotive Perception

15:00 - 16:20

Registration

 

Please arrive at the lobby of IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, Highlight Towers, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 Munich

 

Please bring your ID or registration confirmation email.    

Hitting the Safety Spot – The Driver as Operator and Passenger

 

Chair:
Dr Roya Ghafele, Director, OxFirst 

 

Speakers:

Mr Riccardo Mariani, Chief Functional Safety Technologist, Intel Fellow 

A Perspective on Safety Standards and New Opportunities

 

Mr Christian Bearing Pedersen, Technology and Data Lead, A-mobility 

Setting Up Operations and Operating Vehicles in Scandinavia 

 

Mr Kasra Haghighi, Chief Executive Officer, UniqueSec AB 

Automotive Radar Verification: Enabling Fast ADAS and AD Development & Deployment 

 

Mr Ali Osman Ors, Director AI Strategy and Partnerships, Automotive, NXP Semiconductors

Safe and Secure AI for Autonomous Driving

16:20 - 16:40

Registration

 

Please arrive at the lobby of IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, Highlight Towers, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 Munich

 

Please bring your ID or registration confirmation email.    

Coffee Break
16:40 - 18:00

Registration

 

Please arrive at the lobby of IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, Highlight Towers, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 Munich

 

Please bring your ID or registration confirmation email.    

Wrap-up and Next Steps

 

Chair:
Mr Max Turner,
Principal AV Network Architect, Jaguar Land Rover

 

Concluding Panel: 

Rudi Schubert, Director New Opportunities Development, IEEE-SA

 

Mr Markus Bachmaier, Deputy General Manager, Mitsubishi Electric Automotive Europe B.V

 

Joo-Hyung Maing, Product Management Digital Services, BMW

 

Ali Osman Ors, Director AI Strategy and Partnerships, Automotive, NXP Semiconductors

 

Dr Ing Johannes Springer, Program Lead 5G Automotive Program, Group Technology & Innovation and Digital Division / Connected Mobility, Deutsche Telekom AG / T-Systems International GmbH 

Venue & Hotels

Watson IoT Center

IBM Watson IoT Headquarters
Highlight Towers 
Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6 
80807 Munich

Hotels

 

Who's Attending?
Join your peers from a broad range of industry leaders (CIOs, CTOs, CEOs, Managing Directors, Principals and Director levels) including: 
  • Microsoft
  • IBM
  • Volvo Penta
  • BMW
  • Jaguar Land Rover
  • Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V.
  • Cisco
  • Hyperganic
  • T-Systems Connected Car
  • Apostera
  • Aptiv
  • Green Mobility A/S
  • Garrett Advancing Motion
  • Huawei Technologies
  • Door2Door
  • Zoox
  • Rhode and Schwarz
  • UniqueSec AB
  • Gestion Valeo
  • Vossius
  • Eatron Technologies
  • A3PS
  • Mitsubishi Electric Automotive Europe B.V.