Program 2019

Wednesday, 30 January 2019Thursday, 31 January 2019
9.30

Registration with coffee and tea

10.00

Welcome address and introduction by the chair

Prof. Dr Ulrich LichtenthalerPROF. DR ULRICH LICHTENTHALER
Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship
ISM International School of Management

Overview – Facts & Figures

10.10

Monetizing Data in a Connected Mobility World

Walter WottrengWalter Wottreng
Senior Director Sales Connected Mobility Solutions
Robert Bosch GmbH

10.30

Car data use cases and key challenges

Tom RafteryTOM RAFTERY
Global Vice President, Futurist & Innovation Evangelist
SAP

10.50

The role of data for service business

Dr Karoline BaderDR KAROLINE BADER
Senior Manager Business, Development and Strategy, Intelligent Transportation Systems
Continental

11.10

Secure remote access to vehicle generated data

Graham SmethurstGRAHAM SMETHURST
Head of Co-ordination team networked and automated driving
German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA)

11.30

Q&A with Walter Wottreng, Tom Raftery, Dr Karoline Bader and Graham Smethurst

11.45

Networking break with coffee and tea in the exhibition area

12.15

Car data access in times of GDPR

Wolfram SteinWOLFRAM STEIN
Founder Carpass
CAR Information Services GmbH

12.35

PANEL DISCUSSION and LIVE VOTING
Who owns the data?

Prof. Dr Anne Riechert Dr Matthias Schubert George de Boer Alexander Nediger

Host:
PROF. DR ANNE RIECHERT,
Professor of Data Protection
Law at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences and scientific director of the Foundation for Data Protection
Panellists:
DR MATTHIAS SCHUBERT,
Executive Vice President Mobility, TÜV Rheinland
GEORGE DE BOER, Leader of Connected Car Initiatives, TomTom
ALEXANDER NEDIGER, Director of Cooperation & Innovation Management, Daimler AG

13.20

Business speed dating

13.50

Networking lunch

15.15

INTERACTIVE — CREATIVE — SOLUTION — ORIENTED
Round table session
Choose and discuss about 3 out of 5 topics for 20 minutes each:

1. Data Security — How to protect the Connected Car and the digital infrastructure from cyber attacks?

Thorsten Stuke Tobias Knoben

THORSTEN STUKE, Managing Director m2m-tailors and Mobility Specialist, eco – association of the internet industry
TOBIAS KNOBEN, Project Manager, eco – association of the internet industry

2. Infrastructure services

Felix HarteneckFELIX HARTENECK
CEO
ParkHere

3. How to make advanced data services attractive to consumers

Andrew TillANDREW TILL
VP Marketing & Technology
Harman Connected Services

4. Internal and external setup to scale up car data monetization

Timo Möller Dr Tobias Schneiderbauer

DR TIMO MÖLLER, Head of McKinsey Center for Future Mobility, McKinsey & Company, Inc.
DR TOBIAS SCHNEIDERBAUER, Co-Leader Connectivity, McKinsey Center for Future Mobility, McKinsey & Company, Inc.

5. Value-To-Market – The (automotive) shift from creating products to growing services

Raid NaimRaid Naim
Head of Digital Transformation
Futurice

16.30

Presentation of round table session results

17.00

Networking break with coffee and tea in the exhibition area

17.30

Future Mobility: Digital disruption & Car data will revolutionize our in-car experience

Gerald KrainerGERALD KRAINER
Director of Digitalization
Byton

17.50

Q&A with Gerald Krainer

18.00

Summary and end of the first conference day

18.45

Meeting at the hotel lobby and start of the networking night

Handelsblatt cordially invites you to take the opportunity to network and exchange experiences in a relaxed atmosphere with food and drinks in the brewery “Wirtshaus in Sendling” which is located within walking distance from our conference hotel.

9.15

Welcome with coffee and tea

9.45

Welcome address and introduction by the chair

Dr Sebastian KortmannPROF. DR SEBASTIAN KORTMANN
Director of the Amsterdam
MBA & Associate Professor of Strategy and Innovation
Amsterdam Business School

Experiences with car data monetization

9.55

Android Automotive — The importance of a platform & ecosystem for enabling digital services in the car

Jens BussmannJENS BUSSMANN
Head of Android Auto Partnerships
Europe, Google Germany GmbH

10.15

Fueling the mobility ecosystem by easily accessing and monetizing data & services

Alexander HaidALEXANDER HAID
Managing Director
Caruso dataplace

10.35

Managing Data Privacy in the Age of Connected Cars

Ben VolkowBen Volkow
CEO & Founder
otonomo

10.55

Q&A with Alexander Haid, Jens Bussmann and Ben Volkow

11.15

Networking break with coffee and tea in the exhibition area

11.45

Data driven business models: A Microsoft view on passenger cars and trucks

Robert Nahm Jens Beckmann

DR ROBERT NAHM, Industry Manager, Automotive Sector, Microsoft
JENS BECKMANN, Corporate Strategy & Business Development for IoT, Microsoft

12.10

Telematics insurance: Hype or growth opportunity?

Stefan GregorStefan Gregor
Head of Connected Car – Insurance
Allianz

12.30

Increasing the value of vehicle data with AI

Marc HilbertMARC HILBERT
Team Lead – Machine Learning in Engineering applications
Volkswagen Data:Lab

12.50

Q&A with Dr Robert Nahm, Jens Beckmann, Stefan Gregor, Marc Hilbert

13.05

PANEL DISCUSSION and LIVE VOTING

How can we bring the eWallet to life in the vehicle?

Dr Alexander Lewald Johannes Martens Dr Sebastian Osswald Andre Wehner

Host:
DR ALEXANDER LEWALD, CTO, Kapsch TrafficCom
Panellists:
JOHANNES MARTENS, CEO, Thinxnet
DR SEBASTIAN OSSWALD, Senior Service Manager, Digital Services, BMW Group
ANDRE WEHNER, CDO — Corporate Development and Digitalization, ŠKODA AUTO

13.45

Networking lunch

15.00

Workshops
Choose and discuss about 2 out 3 topics for 45 minutes each:

1. Workshop I
Automotive industry 2035: collaborative strategies are needed for an autonomous future

Georg MrusekGeorg Mrusek
Competence Center Automotive
Horváth & Partners Management Consultants

2. Workshop II
Is selling car data the ultimate strategy? Can there be more value through open access?

Johannes RiedelJohannes Riedel
COO
AIPARK GmbH

3. Workshop III
What to expect from the next wave of car data gathered by autonomous vehicles

Dr. Steffen Heinrich

Dr Steffen Heinrich, CEO & Founder, Peregrine Technologies
Dr Naja von Schmude, CTO & Founder, Peregrine Technologies

16.30

End of the conference