January 4, 2015
Re/code’s Lauren Goode summed up the growing connected car presence at 2015 CES: “…over the past few years, automakers have really upped their game at CES, showing off “connected” car features and teasing autonomous vehicles. CES 2015 will be no exception: At least 10 auto companies will be in attendance at the show, up one from last year. This includes Audi, BMW, Toyota, General Motors, Mercedes-Benz and Ford.”
Here’s an insider’s guide to the connected car-related events taking place at CES 2015.
LVCC, North Plaza
The Vehicle Intelligence Marketplace explores the road to driverless mobility. This area features a variety of technologies that support the future of autonomous/automated driving, including parking assist, collision avoidance, emergency braking and much more.
January 5, The Rio Hotel and Casino
Tech Revolution in Automotive: Connectivity Paves The Way For The ‘Self-Learning’ Car. The Consumer Telematics Show (CTS) kicks off the calendar year for the connected car community, serving two strategic purposes; it gives automakers a platform for new partnership and product announcements and acts as the largest and most focused meeting point for 500+ automotive execs during International CES®.
January 5, 2:15-3:15 PM, LVCC, North Hall, Room N258
The ‘connected car’ is a hot topic in the auto and consumer electronics industries. But what is the ‘connected car’ in the minds of consumers? Where do we see clear market demand for features? Ultimately, what should brands do to optimize future success?
January 6, 7-8:45am, Treasure Island Hotel, Ballroom C-D-E-F
Join FierceWireless Editor-in-Chief, Sue Marek, and a distinguished panel of experts as they explore the opportunities and challenges of connected car technologies.
January 6, 11:30 AM-12:30 PM; LVCC, North Hall, Room N253
With the world’s population growing and becoming more urbanized, the century-old model of the car as the primary means of personal transportation will eventually prove unsustainable. Technology driven solutions are emerging to move the masses more efficiently and safely.
January 7, 11:30 AM-12:30 PM, LVCC, North Hall, Room N261
The self-driving car is here and works remarkably well, but it will be years before you can buy one. Mechanics are the least of the obstacles. Experts discuss regulations, legislation and privacy issues that need addressing before driverless cars become a reality.
January 7, 1-2 PM, LVCC, North Hall, Room N253
In-car technology lets drivers do more behind the wheel. But is it safe, and what’s next? Hear from CNET’s panel of automotive experts how connectivity will change the industry and the way our dashboards look, feel and function.
January 7, 3:30-4:30 PM, LVCC, North Hall, Room N261
From self-parking cars, gesture-controlled infotainment systems to head-up displays that augment reality, car technology is advancing so quickly that it’s hard to imagine what’s next. Industry insiders offer a glimpse of what’s coming down the pike in 2015 and beyond.
January 7, 6:0-9 PM, Penske Wynn Ferrari
During the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show, Bosch will host an exclusive networking reception at the Penske Wynn Ferrari Dealership in Las Vegas. Join Bosch Executives at this exquisite facility as they will share their vision of connected assets leveraging the Internet of Things. Attending Bosch divisions include Software Innovations, Automotive Electronics, Connected Devices and Solutions, Motorsport and Car Multimedia, Power Tec, BSH appliances and more.
January 8, 10:15-11:15 AM, LVCC, North Hall, Room N253
Technology has dramatically improved the driving experience. Yet some drivers find it difficult to use modern technology responsibly, taking their eyes off the road when using electronic devices. We will look at industry initiatives to make everyone safer on the road.
January 8, 1-3 PM, LVCC, North Hall, Room N256
This panel will provide valuable insight into how the collection and analysis of newly available data creates an unprecedented understanding of consumer behaviors and preferences – allowing for new competitive opportunities to greatly enhance your customer’s driving experience and your brand’s value.
January 8, 3:30-4:30 PM, LVCC, North Hall, Room N256
This panel will discuss connected car vulnerability and the consequential critical need to address core cyber security issues well before the point of exponential attack growth along with what initiatives are being taken by OEM’s and suppliers to keep vehicles and passengers safe.