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The Future of Cars with Game Changers, Presented by SAP

The Future of Cars with Game Changers, Presented by SAP

Tuesday at 7 AM Pacific

July 11th 2017:The Connected Car and Your Data: Who's Cashing In?

The buzz: “As wireless technologies in GM cars evolve, those vehicles will become nodes on the larger Internet, sending vast amounts of information to the cloud where it can be shared with your mechanic, your smartphone, apps and other cars” (fortune.com 03/27/15). The dawn of data flowing from sensors in connected, autonomous vehicles has inevitably sparked a new value proposition: automakers can profit by selling that data to businesses and tech giants like Google and Apple. Daydream or viable? The experts speak. Heather Ashton, IDC: “My sensors indicate you're somewhat disturbed, Michael”

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Heather Ashton

Heather Ashton is a Research Manager at IDC Manufacturing Insights. Heather leads the Service Innovation and Connected Products Strategies Service, where she focuses on how manufacturers are applying transformational technology like IoT to aftermarket service in their efforts to increase customer centricity. Automotive is one of the key industries that Heather's research covers. Heather has enjoyed working as an industry analyst for nearly two decades, and she is an active participant and speaker at industry events. She contributes regularly to the IDC Community blog, including a recent post on connected cars that can be viewed here: https://idc-community.com/manufacturing/manufacturing-v
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Joe Barkai

Joe Barkai is a consultant, industry analyst, author and speaker with more than 30 years of experience in helping organizations chart their product and market strategy. His focus is on researching, forecasting and the strategic application of technology innovation in various industrial sectors, with particular interest in the automotive and transportation space. He is the Chairman of the Automotive IoT program at SAE, a professional organization of 128,000 automotive and aerospace engineers. His work is on emerging technologies and business models in connected cars, autonomous driving, and mobility of the future. He works with auto manufacturers and suppliers, technology vendors, and syste
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Larry Stolle

Larry Stolle is the Senior Global Director of Automotive Marketing at SAP. He is responsible for marketing the entire solution portfolio, spanning the Automotive OEM, the Automotive Supplier and Automotive Sales and Service organizations including automotive retail and importer business. Larry joined SAP in 2006 and has more than 45 years of experience at automotive dealerships, automotive manufacturers and importers, and IT systems integrators. He has extensive knowledge of the automotive business with special focus on automotive retailing across the globe. He has never stopped being a “car guy”!
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2529/the-future-of-cars-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap 24/10/2017 07:00 24/10/2017 08:00 The Future of Cars with Game Changers, Presented by SAP https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2529/the-future-of-cars-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap The buzz: “As wireless technologies in GM cars evolve, those vehicles will become nodes on the larger Internet, sending vast amounts of information to the cloud where it can be shared with your mechanic, your smartphone, apps and other cars” (fortune.com 03/27/15). The dawn of data flowing from sensors in connected, autonomous vehicles has inevitably sparked a new value proposition: automakers can profit by selling that data to businesses and tech giants like Google and Apple. Daydream or viable? The experts speak. Heather Ashton, IDC: “My sensors indicate you're somewhat disturbed, Michael” (Knight Rider, 1983). Joe Barkai, Analyst: “Information has no value at all unless it has the potential to change a decision” (Sam L. Savage). Larry Stolle, SAP: “Have you noticed the people most likely to be up in arms about governments apparently spying on us tend to be the most non-private people you know?” (Russell Smith). Join us for The Connected Car and Your Data: Who’s Cashing In? VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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