SESSION 1: Is coopetition possible in telematics?

With rising development costs and requirements from the end customers, it becomes a complex task to remain in the market without a huge investment in R&D or partner network. This session will discuss options on how telematics companies can cooperate and still remain competitive when facing end customers. We will bring up examples from other industries and try to figure out how do they apply and can be used in the telematics industry.

 

Facilitator: Ingus Rukis, Co-CEO, Mapon

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SESSION 2: Ultra low power consumption IC solutions for trackers and telematics

Sony will describe the IC, module and algorithm solutions it offers to tracker/telematics device developers. These include; GNSS Rx, CAT-M1/NB-IoT cellular wireless connectivity and Untethered Dead Reckoning (UDR) technologies. In this interactive session the new and innovative telematics use-cases opened up by the ultra-low power consumption will be discussed.

 

Facilitator: Steve Beck, General Manager, Sony Semiconductor

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SESSION 3: Co-creating technologies – an option or a must in telematics?

We all know the commercial telematics is changing rapidly, and some changes can be critical for the providers if they will not think and change accordingly. In this session participants will discuss the questions if it is better to develop everything by yourself or is more optimal to share some development projects with other companies within the industry or outside the industry. What are the critical changes in the market and what telematics solution providers should focus on today and in the future.

 

Facilitator: Aurimas Brazionis, Chief of Sales for SEE Group, Teltonika

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