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6th Annual Telematics Japan 2014 15-16 October 2014, Hilton Tokyo

Agenda

Conference Day 1 - Wednesday 15 October
7.00 Welcome Coffee Break
9.00 Chairman's Opening Address
9.05 Interactive Poll Questions
9.15 Keynote 
10.30 Networking Coffee Break
Sponsored by:  TOKYO-FM
11.00 Keynote
12.10

Networking Lunch

13.10-13.55 Nuance Workshop: The Real Work Starts when the First Car Ships

14:00 Section 1: In-Vehicle Operating Systems and Service Platforms to Provide Best User Interface/Experience
16:05 Networking Coffee Break
Sponsored by: TOKYO-FM
16.35 Section 1: In-Vehicle Operating Systems and Service Platforms to Provide Best User Interface/Experience
18.00 Section 2: New wave of expansion for EV Telematics
18.35-18.45 Chairman's Closing Address
18.45 Networking Drinks Reception
Sponsored by:
Advanced-Telematic-Systems
20.30 End of Day 1

 

Conference Day 2 - Thursday 16 October
8.00 Welcome Coffee Break
  CONFERENCE TRACK 1 CONFERENCE TRACK 2
9.00 Annoucements from Telematics Update Chairman's Opening Address
9.05 Section 3: Global and Emerging Asian Markets: China and South East Asia Section 5: Combine vehicle, location, map and driving behaviour data in order to develop unique telematics services
Section 3: Global and Emerging Asian Markets: China and South East Asia
10.50 Networking Coffee Break
11.20 Section 4: The Evolution of Infotainment, Content and Apps Section 5: Combine vehicle, location, map and driving behaviour data in order to develop unique telematics services
13.05 Networking Lunch
14.35 Section 4: The Evolution of Infotainment, Content and Apps Section 6: Telematics, ADAS and V2X for Driver Safety and Autonomous Vehicles
15.45 Networking Coffee Break
16.15 Section 4: The Evolution of Infotainment, Content and Apps Section 6: Telematics, ADAS and V2X for Driver Safety and Autonomous Vehicles
17.15 Closing Annoucements Chairman's Closing Address
18.00 End of Day 2

 

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Day One Day Two

Day 1, Wednesday October 15th

9:00 - 9:05
Chairperson's Day 1 Address

Takaaki Sugiura, Principal researcher, ITS Business Group, Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.

09:05-09:15
Interactive Poll Questions

Plenary Session

09:15 - 09:55
Nissan’s Roadmap for Telematics: Understand how the car is becoming more connected

  • Get insight into Nissan’s roadmap for the future of the connect vehicle that enhances the driving experience
  • Explore the ecosystem and partnership models that need to be created to coexist with consumer electronic, IT and other non-automotive industry players
  • Monetise telematics by building business models that provide a connected vehicle that meets the drivers needs

Koji Yamamoto, Division General Manager, Vehicle-IT and Autonomous Drive Division, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

09:55 - 10:30
Big Data Driving - how to drive value out of connected car data

Integrating telematics data with traditional data elements is key to innovate faster and create new products and services and is critical to assure functionality and customer satisfaction with todays connected vehicles and tomorrows autonomous driving

  • Learn about data-driven innovation and how to monetize telematics data and overcome privacy concerns by building customer trust, improve product quality, deliver lifecycle services, and even engineering & design choices by integrating telematics data in a secure ecosystem
  • Gain practical examples from top manufacturers to improve operational efficiencies, develop new revenue streams, create customer insights, and better understand product performance

Niall O’Doherty, Director Business Development―Manufacturing & Energy, Teradata Corporation

10:30 - 11:00 EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

11:00 - 11:35
From Context Aware Vehicles to Automated Driving Experiences

Safer, more intelligent and context-aware connected cars are changing the way consumers experience mobility. Explore how the vehicle of today is evolving into the automated vehicle of the not-so-distant future.

  • Understand the critical influence of contextual information from millions of cars, sensors and dynamic situations on the next generation connected vehicle
  • Explore the crucial stepping stones in getting to vehicle automation, regarding highly accurate map data, contextual environment info and a human approach to driving strategies, to grasp the requirements of the next paradigm of mobility
  • Comfortable, personal, and safe. Tackle the killer issue of public perception to ask how do we gain consumer acceptance of automated vehicles? 

Floris van de Klashorst, Vice President, Connected Driving, HERE

11:35 - 12:10
Use the Connected Car to Create Fantastic Driver Experience

While revenues generated from infotainment and telematics services remains critical on the supplier side, OEMs must reconsider their prime objective, selling cars and keeping their customers delighted with a positive user experience.

  • Exploring the support and content ecosystem after the traditional automotive R&D cycle ends. 
  • Learn from Nuance’s experience in managing application, content, dealer networks and analytics through the life of the connected vehicle. 
  • Discuss the pros and cons of various in market approaches and where we think the future of the connected car should go.

Heisuke Ikeda, Country Manager, OEM Relation Japan, NNG

12.10 - 14:00 EXHIBITION & NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK

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13:10 - 13:55
Nuance Workshop: The Real Work Starts when the First Car Ships

Exploring the support and content ecosystem after the traditional automotive R&D cycle ends.
Learn from Nuance’s experience in managing application, content, dealer networks and analytics through the life of the connected vehicle.
Discuss the pros and cons of various in market approaches and where we think the future of the connected car should go

Jonas Nicholson, Senior Director, Engineering, Mobile Product Strategy, Nuance Communications, Inc.

Section 1: In-Vehicle Operating Systems and Service Platforms to Provide Best User Interface/Experience

14:00 - 14:35
A Silicon Valley perspective - Internet of Things and Connected Car

  • Hear how telematics is the connection between the car and consumer’s digital lifestyle
  • Understand different requirements between US and Japanese consumers
  • Build an easy-to-use HMI dashboard and enabling customized, rich media applications
  • Explore how to maintain a high quality content from solution partners?

Hakan Kostepen, Executive Director, Product Planning Strategy & Innovation, Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America

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14:35 - 15:10
Create a 100% hands free driving experience in-vehicle

  • Explore how  to realise a 100% hands free voice recognition system to reduce driver distraction costs for auto-makers
  • Enhance the driver's enjoyment with an improved vehicle-user interface and save the driver time with new timing-free “barge-in” voice recognition technology
  • Case study: examine how Fuetrek is helping realise the 100% hands free experience in-vehicle with Pioneer

Toshiaki Koya, Managing Director, Innovation Design/Business Innovation Div., FueTrek Co., Ltd.

15:10 - 15:45
Balancing The Design and Science of Typography for the Automotive Space

When looking at driver distraction legible typeface and type design is an essential component in the HMI ecosystem

  • Understand how various methods for legibility testing can help reduce driver distraction through the HMI
  • Explore the effects of different typeface style on legibility in Latin and Japanese/Chinese to find the best typeface for the HMI
  • Balance the demands of branding and legibility by integrating legibility testing into the HMI design process

Dr. Nadine Chahine, Arabic and Legibility Specialist, Monotype

15:45-16:05
IP Datacast using the V-Low multimedia broadcasting service in next-gen hybrid connected vehicles

  • Learn what benefits auto OEMs and drivers can receive with real time IP Datacast of V-Low multimedia broadcasting service in addition to intermittent communication
  • Service case studies: how drivers can receive useful information in real time -  emergency disaster and incorrect driving warnings, highway service and parking, tourist information
  • Hear how auto OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers can collaborate to facilitate V-Low multimedia broadcasting service

Naruhiko Nihira, Deputy Division Manager, Multimedia Broadcasting Development Dision, TOKYO FM BROADCASTING CO.,LTD

16:05 - 16:35 EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

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16:35 - 17:10
The Evolution of the Integrated Multi-Modal HMI

  • Discuss how convenience services which are most relevant to the customer can be provided via smartphone integration and embedded TCU to provide the appropriate service layers 
  • Combine speech context management and big data to improve machine learning and refine the experience for the driver 
  • Get insight into the evolution of the HMI: speech and gesture control, the development of autonomous vehicles, etc.

Victor Melfi, Chief Strategy Officer, SVP Marketing, VoiceBox Technologies

17:10 - 18:00
Panel Discussion
Delivering on customer expectations for future HMI, OS and telematics services development

  • Define the telematics services that are most relevant to customer to differentiate services provided via smartphone tethering and embedded TCU to provide the service layers and forms of delivery OEM
  • Identify the areas of telematics that greater involvement for IT companies  that will lead to a more enjoyable driving experience while minimizing driver distraction and maintaining the security of the HMI, OS and telematics
  • Forecast whether new wearable technology (Google glass and Samsung Gear) will affect how the driver interacts with the vehicle to define OEMs next move after smartphone and tablet integration

Panel Moderator: Lee Colman, Senior Specialist - Connected Car, SBD

Panellists: 
Hakan Kostepen, Executive Director, Product Planning Strategy & Innovation, Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America
Armin G. Schmidt, CEO, ATS Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH
Yoshiki Chubachi, Business Development Manager, Automotive QNX Software Systems

18:35 - 18:45
Chairperson's Day 1 Closing Address

Takaaki Sugiura, Principal researcher, ITS Business Group, Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.

18:45 - 20:30 EXHIBITION & NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION

End of Day 1

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Day 2, Thursday October 16th

Conference Track Room 1

9:00 - 9:05
Announcements from Telematics Update

Section 3: Global and Emerging Asian Markets: China and South East Asia

9:05 - 09:40
Deploy Globally, Manage Locally

Connected Vehicle programs are no longer just for the most developed markets. OEMs are no longer considering these programs purely regional. Taking a global approach, while managing and delivering services locally can be a challenge. In this session, we'll explore:

  • Explore real world case studies from automakers and TSPs to overcoming deployment challenges around connectivity control, subscription and data pipeline centrally managed, yet deployed globally
  • Understand how regional considerations such as localized customer service, regulatory needs and roaming policies are essential to delivering effective service management
  • Discover how remote provisioning of a Global SIM can create cost reduction and efficiency in maintaining a global connectivity network

Paul Drysch, Global Director, Connected Car, Jasper

09:40 - 10:15

Mergers, Acquisitions and the evolving Chinese telematics market

  • Understand how the Chinese IT gaints like Baidu, Tencent and Alibaba are expanding their delivery and product reach through the acquisition for telematics service providers
  • Explore how the mapping and telematics ecosystems will evolve in the face of recent mergers and acquisitions
  • Discover the how the Chinese communication and wireless carrier market is opening up to new players/services and benefits this will hold to OEM, Tier 1 suppliers and TSP

Keisuke Tajima, Senior Supervisor, Telematics Department, Car Electronics Business Planning Division, Pioneer Corporation

10:15 - 10:50
Case study from Thailand: Combat Traffic Congestion with High Quality Traffic Information Services

Traffic Information is becoming a must-have in all mega cities. However, many authorities do not have enough adequate infrastructures to monitor and provide high quality traffic information service to drivers

  • Explore how to overcome the lack of infrastructure by adopting GPS probes as main data source to deliver high quality traffic information services in Thailand
  • Discover the private enterprise approach to traffic information and where private companies such as automakers, Tier 1s and telematics services providers can fill the gaps of government-run traffic and transport services
  • Develop win-win solutions for the ITS community through collaborations with the mobile, telecoms and transport services to combine available data that will be crucial for maintaining and expanding private-run social services such as traffic and transport monitoring

Itti Rittaporn, General Manager, Toyota Tsusho Electronics (Thailand)

10:50 - 11:20 EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

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11:20 - 11:55
Telematics for Traffic Gridlocked Megapolitan

  • Explore the unique market conditions and consumer needs of the Indonesian market
  • Understand how to tailor your telematics services to provide deeper engagement with the Indonesian drivers
  • Determine the business model required to make the most of opportunities for telematics in Indonesia

Herwin Oni,Managing Director, INDOGPS Technologies

Section 4: The Evolution of Infotainment, Content and Apps

11:55 - 12:30
The Evolution of the Smartphone and Impact on Open API Embedded Systems

  • Learn how an Open API embedded system can extend the interaction between the smartphone, consumer electronics and household appliances. Similarly how a 3rd party ecosystem can offer functions like Apple’s CarPlay
  • Understand how BLE(Bluetooth Low Energy) devices can facilitate interaction with infotainment content and apps easily and remotely as the smartphone evolves
  • Explore how Denso is applying QR code technology to improve the mapping and navigation experience and how this is integrated into the NaviCon ecosystem

Yoshihiro Sasage, Project Director, Technology Planning Dept. Information and Safety Systems Business Group, DENSO Corporation

12:30 - 13:05
App Store Overload – How Content in the Connected Car Has Evolved & Moved On

The automotive app store was thought to be panacea to in vehicle content delivery. However, as IT giants like Apple and Google move into the vehicle, what will be the most effective way to get content to the driver?

  • Learn some valuable lessons from automotive OEM’s experiments with proprietary/branded app stores in their cars. Why did these efforts largely fail? How have OEMs adjusted strategy?
  • Understand the key requirements in avoiding information overload in delivering content and information to drivers 
  • Learn the benefits of an integrated, contextual delivery system for content in the car

Nathan Potance, Director of Business Development, Automotive, INRIX

13.05 - 14.35pm EXHIBITION & NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK

14:35 - 15:10

Beyond Knight Rider: Connecting Japan to the world

Our automotive industry in Japan leads in innovative research and has been working to create smart, interactive and human-like cars for over a decade - Knight Rider. However, with smart devices making in-vehicle services a reality and a critical driver need, Japan is at risk of being left behind in the global market.

  • Explore how advanced voice, natural language understanding, machine learning and conversation technologies will be used to enable a new user experience and connect people seamlessly to their vehicle, home and mobile
  • Learn how using standard local and cloud-based platforms can create a global ecosystem to make Japan the leader rather than follower
  • Discover why Apple created Car Play with Siri, and Google is creating OAA with Google Now, and why that is important to the automotive industry
  • Explore the unique position that Automotive companies have in providing services in and out of the car, and how this can generate a significant new revenue stream

Ron Di Carlantonio, Founder & CEO, iNAGO Inc

15:10 - 15:45
Innovative data connectivity & billing solutions to Enable the Infotainment Business Model

  • Understand how billing in the cloud will be beneficial to the end-users when it comes to shared data plans, monitoring data usage
  • Hear how wireless carriers are developing lateral strategies to support the automotive business models, managing app stores and creating billing options for connectivity to enable in-car infotainment services
  • Explore affordable consumer data plans such as data usage monitoring, split data plans, and multi-device data sharing to create transparent billing plans

Stéphane Petti, M2M Business Development Director, Orange Mobile Enterprise

15:45 - 16:15 EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

16:15 - 17:15

Panel Discussion
In-Vehicle Infotainment in the Mobile and App Age

  • Define which smartphone apps and infotainment service will benefit the driver in vehicle while minimising driver distraction
  • Explore the impact Apple’s Carplay and Google’s OAA will have on content providers, app developers and the infotainment ecosystem
  • Debate how to define the role within the ecosystem in developing the service offerings to the driver and find the balance between providing the essentials for infotainment and investment cost of developing new services

Panel Moderator: Dr. Egil Juliussen, Principal Analyst-Infotainment & ADAS, IHS Automotive

Panellists:
Jonas Nicholson, Senior Director, Engineering, Mobile Product Strategy, Nuance Communications, Inc.
Scott Frank, Vice President of Marketing, Airbiquity
Michael Cottle, Vice President, deCarta

Section 2: New wave of expansion for EV Telematics

17:15 - 17:50
Taking the lead from EVs- Data, Infrastructure and Apps

  • Ease the barriers to EV adoption by providing a safe and secure driving EV experience and total support inside and outside the vehicle through access to real time information such as vehicle and battery status with sensor and monitoring technology
  • Identify the opportunity and challenges involved when incorporating traffic information, telematics probe data with EV on-board battery charge, average speed and location data to enhance the driving experience
  • Explore the value of EV related data when applied to use cases such as EV infrastructure, car sharing, public transport and parking infrastructure

Mike Tinskey, Global Director, Vehicle Electrification & Infrastructure, Ford Motor Company

17:50 - 18:00
Closing Annoucement

End of Conference

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Day 2, Thursday October 16th

Conference Track Room 1

9:00 - 9:05
Chairperson's Day 1 Address

Takaaki Sugiura, Principal researcher, ITS Business Group, Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.

9:05 - 9:40
See Beyond the Connected World

As the telematics/infotainment market expands, for people, the adoption of smartphone and tablets increases, for things, being connected to network increases.. Softbank explores what is to be expected from this ever-changing connectivity environment 

  • Understand how the shift from M2M to the Internet of Things is impacting the relationship people have with their mobiles and vehicles
  • Explore how wireless carriers are evolving to incorporate the 3 key factors (One Stop ( End to End ) Services, Global Approach, Smartphone Integration)for success in the Internet of Things world
  • Discover Softbank’s approach to realizing the Internet of Things for vehicle telematics

Hiroshi Akabori, Vice President, IoT/New Business, SoftBank Telecom Corp.

Section 5: Combine vehicle, location, map and driving behaviour data in order to develop unique telematics services

9:40 - 10:15
Insurance Telematics - The American Dream?

It is widely believed that UBI in the US will reach tipping point by the end of 2015. We examine the market to date, and the upcoming developments that will increase uptake.

  • Case Studies from the US: Explore the motivation behind US insurance foray into insurance telematics by looking how insurers are packing data from the vehicle to deliver service to the consumer
  • UBI Adoption Rates: Examine how US insurance are targeting the consumer and add value  to UBI to increase education and awareness about UBI across consumer markets
  • Automakers and Tech. Giants enter the market: How will interest in the UBI space from these dominant consumer electronic (CE) players change the game?

Roger C. Lanctot, Associate Director, Global Automotive Practice, Strategy Analytics

10:15 - 10:50
Innovating with a Telematics Data Eco-System

Develop a cycle of learning from vehicle data for improving business intelligence and feedback for manufacturers

  • Understand how CANBUS and OBD vehicle data combined with GPS location and G-Force creates a new Big Data source to develop better vehicles and safer drivers
  • Discover how to take data use beyond maintenance and fuel efficiency to incorporate trending data over time and location to gather regional and seasonal information
  • Explore big data utilization in applications for EV, hybrid and alternative fuel users and global telematics applications for commercial vehicles and insurance use

Colin Sutherland, Vice President, Geotab

10:50 - 11:20 EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

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11:20 - 11:55
The Big Data Fundamentals to Realize Telematics Through the Cloud

  • Understand the merits of a cloud based approach to data management to enable smarter services without heavy data investment
  • Explore how cloud can enable data utilization from telematics while maintaining security and allow scalability and flexible with varied data flow
  • Take a look at case studies from technicolour, Gullivar, Dropcam and GE on how the utilization of open data hub and cloud services can streamline your business and expand the service portfolio

Akio Katayama, Manager, Solutions Architect, Amazon Data Service Japan K.K.

11:55 - 13:05
Panel Discussion
The Data Complex

With advanced connectivity, the volume of data available from the various connected sources is continuing to increase. We discuss how to harness and analyze this data effectively.

  • Identify how to combine traditional data sets such as driver behavior and vehicle diagnostics with environmental data e.g. traffic and weather to increase the services portfolio
  • Data Sharing: How can the data sets from the vehicle and TSP solution providers be accessed by all players who require it to create new B2B services and ecosystem e.g. Insurance claim process, risk management services etc.
  • Determine how to integrate OEM data from various vehicle brands into one back-end in order to provide a consistent fleet management service for a multi-brand fleet

Panel Moderator: Yuzo Kuboyama, Deputy Manager, IT Business Dept., Sojitz Corporation

Panellists:
Yu Nagata, Researcher, Advanced Development & Business Planning Division, Toyota Info Technology Center Co. Ltd.
Hiroaki Okuma, President, Mitsui Bussan Automotive Inc.
Takehiko Nakagawa, Deputy General Manager, Risk Management Solution Division, Sumitomo Mitsui Auto Service Company, Limited
Fujio Matsuda, General Manager, Global Business System Center, Hitachi Construction Machinery

13.05 - 14.35 EXHIBITION & NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK

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Section 6: Telematics, ADAS and V2X for Driver Safety and Autonomous Vehicles

14:35 - 15:10
Government policies and regulation to create growth in telematics, automotive and mobility business

  • Understand how growth in autonomous driving and mobility services, the emergence of the safety and security market combined with transport and information communication technology will impact government policy and the legal system
  • Learn how automotive-related industries should face the changes in information communication technology and urban infrastructure in order to align mobility and automotive development with the perspective of residents, urban development and public transport
  • Gain an insight into the framework and perspective necessary to review policies and the legal system to enable growth in the automotive and transport industry: the autonomous vehicle, mobility services, on-board systems, safety and security

Tsuneki Matsuo, Special Assistant, Registration and Information Division, Road Transport Bureau,  Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

15:10 - 15:45
S 500 INTELLIGENT DRIVE: Experiments in Self-Driving at Mercedes-Benz

  • Project Context: Conventional wisdom is no longer true; the customer has a new perspective. Mercedes-Benz will be sharing insight on autonomous driving already in current models, complexity on automation and legal issues surrounding the autonomous vehicle
  • Understand findings from the Bertha Benz Drive project looking how historic route and road scenarios information can be applied to autonomous driving projects with a conventional vehicle
  • Mercedes-Benz’s roadmap sketch to deploying self-driving vehicles

Dr. Hartmut Schaefer, Senior Expert, Mercedes-Benz R&D Kawasaki, Mercedes-Benz Japan Co., Ltd.

15:45 - 16:15 EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

16:15 - 16:50
Bridge the Gap from ITS/ Telematics to the Autonomous Vehicle

  • Hear about the advancement of ITS, Telematics (Internavi), HiDS (Honda Intelligence Drive Support Systems) and integration of surrounding technologies towards a fully autonomous vehicle
  • Learn about the system architecture to control an autonomous car: Utilise vehicle position information and sensor data to anticipate the next technological challenges
  • Explore the new value that Honda will bring to the users of the autonomous vehicle which will deliver an enjoyable driving experience free from safety concerns

Toshio Yokoyama,Senior Chief Engineer, Technology Development Division 12, Honda R&D Co., Ltd. Automobile R&D Centre

16:50 - 17:50
Panel Discussion
Build an ecosystem that can help build social acceptance of the autonomous vehicle

  • Hear when and how the Japanese autonomous vehicle market will start to form, in comparison with European and US markets
  • Discover the legal/social challenges for autonomous vehicle to be widely accepted, and identify the next necessary steps, such as testing on public roads. Ultimately, who should take responsibility for driving?
  • Identify which technologies -V2X, map, ADAS, sensors, robotics/AI and data integration -should become industry standard and the change this will bring to vehicle related information services

Panel Facilitator:
Tsuguo Nobe, Chief Advanced Service Architect and Director, Strategy Office Automotive Unit, Intel K.K. Visiting Associate Professor, Nagoya University

Panellists:
Tsuneki Matsuo, Special Assistant, Registration and Information Division, Road Transport Bureau,  Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
Toshio Yokoyama, Senior Chief Engineer, Technology Development Division 12, Honda R&D Co., Ltd. Automobile R&D Centre
Dr. Hartmut Schaefer, Senior Expert, Mercedes-Benz R&D Kawasaki, Mercedes-Benz Japan Co., Ltd.
Mandali Khalesi, Head of APAC, Connected Driving, HERE Japan K.K.

17:50 - 18:00
Chairperson's Day 1 Closing Address

Takaaki Sugiura, Principal researcher, ITS Business Group, Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.

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