Date & Time
Friday, Sep 14
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Doors open: 10:00 AM
Concourse Hall, Level 2 – Theater A
Walk up access is available on a first come, first served basis.
Find us on the Concourse Hall, Level 2 - Theater A
To make driving safer, traffic flow smoother, energy consumption more efficient, and emissions lower, mobile communication in vehicles is becoming essential. Several emerging services, such as intelligent driving, the creation of maps with real-time data and driving assistance based on cloud computing require vehicles to be connected to the cloud and networks in order to facilitate the transfer of large amounts of data not only between vehicles, but also between vehicles and the cloud.
Network capacity planning has become a major challenge for mobile network operators due to the soaring costs associated with the exponential increase of data traffic. As next-generation networks are being standardized, we have a unique opportunity to ensure that future networks are designed and deployed to provide new services in a reasonable fashion, while generating new customers and revenue for mobile network operators.
Kenichi Murata, General Manager – Connected Strategy, Toyota Motor Corporation and Chairman of AECC, will host a panel discussion and present on the organization’s work to understand how big data advances are impacting the connected vehicle market.
AECC will host a panel discussion and present on the organization’s work to understand how big data advances are impacting the connected vehicle market.