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IHS Automotiveカンファレンス(東京) | IHS Automotive Conference - Tokyo

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Oct 19, 2016
東京 | Tokyo, Japan

10月19日、世界自動車市場について最新の展望を発表します。ぜひご参加ください。

Join us on October 19th as we present our latest outlook for the world's automotive markets.

IHS is presenting the IHS Automotive Conference in Tokyo, Japan on October 19, 2016.


古い業界動向と新しいモビリティ市場 

未来のモビリティについての新しい概念が、業界を様変わりさせるのではないか、と非常に話題となっています。一方、世界の自動車産業はビジネスサイクルの進化、競争、規制や顧客ニーズの変化に対応するための大規模投資など、従来の課題に取り組まなければなりません。次回カンファレンスは、これら課題を議論する内容です。是非ご参加ください。

Old Industry Dynamics and the New Mobility Market

As the threat of disruption from new concepts for future mobility reaches a fever pitch, the global auto industry still has to contend with its traditional concerns of business cycle evolution, competition, and the deep resourcing of investments to meet regulatory change and evolving consumer demands. Join us as we discuss these issues and more at one of our upcoming conferences.

New this year! A dedicated Connected Car breakout session

Keynote Speaker

Mandali Khalesi, Head of Asia-Pacific, Go To Market & Operations, Automotive, HERE

Keynote: From Simple Probe Information to Pooled Rich Sensor Data: What It Means for the Auto Industry 

Digital road services are about to undergo their biggest transformation since they were first conceived. Having relied on simple probe data from vehicles and smartphones for many years, dynamic vehicle services are about to receive a major boost from a new source of data: the vehicle's sensors themselves. Aaron Dannenbring, Senior Vice President, Core Map Group HERE, will talk about how the automotive industry could access this broad data pool to deliver advanced services to their drivers, ranging from more accurate traffic information to high quality data to support the electronic horizon of vehicles.

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