Volvo and Panasonic join CTS line-up in Las Vegas
Issue Date: 2015-12-16

TU-Automotive has announced two new speakers for the Consumer Telematics Show 2016 (January 5th, Las Vegas). Martin Kristensson, Director Connectivity Strategy at Volvo Cars and David Taylor, Director Connected Services at Panasonic Automotive will be participating in an exciting panel discussion around the future of infotainment.

As Director for Connectivity Strategy, Martin Kristensson is responsible for defining and coordinating Volvo's strategy pertinent to the connected car across the whole organization. David Taylor serves as Director of Connected Services for Panasonic Automotive Systems of America, he thus holds a decisive role with regards to Panasonic's impact inside the automotive space. David is also the CEO and Managing Director of Aupeo! Both Martin and David bring their expertise the panel around the infotainment of tomorrow.

This panel will delve into the evolution of infotainment with regards to the growth of vehicle connectivity and with a particular emphasis on autonomous driving. The experts will scrutinize live on stage, how infotainment will look tomorrow; from product development and vehicle design to the services of the future to the user experience desired.

Volvo and Panasonic join the line-up of speakers including Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan, Honda, Kia Motors and FordDirect to name a few. This is the must attend event to hear from and meet the industry's thought leaders all under one roof.

Andrew Hart, director at SBD North America, will be providing exclusive insight from SBD's latest consumer survey into in-car connectivity and infotainment.

You can make sure you don't miss out by reserving your place at a discount now: secure.tu-auto.com/register

Take a look at some of the hot topics which will be tackled head on at CTS 2016:

• Managing Autonomous Expectations: Transform consumer apprehension into acceptance by pushing the safe and practical benefits of automated vehicles

• Secure & Trustworthy: Get to grips with how automakers and their partners plan to move forward in making automotive systems impenetrable to cyber threats

• Data That Delivers: Pull together data on the consumer to provide an experience that anticipates their needs and builds a powerful brand

• The New Mobility Era: Discover the technology turning mobility into a service that is on-demand, shareable and shaking automotive foundations