Overview

The Second International Summit on the State of the Connected Vehicle
September 29-30, 2010
PNC Center (formerly National City Center), Beaumont Training Center, Troy, Michigan, USA
Hosted by CVTA, MDOT and SAE International

The Connected Vehicle Trade Association in conjunction with the Michigan Department of Transportation and SAE International is hosting The Second International Summit on the State of the Connected Vehicle with a Primary Focus on Policy and Strategy for Deployment. The first day will emphasize policy, funding, issues and strategies to accelerate deployments regionally and internationally, and the second day will address near term business opportunities, vehicle to grid connectivity and insurance telematics. The Summit will be held on September 29-30, 2010 in Troy, Michigan.

The Summit brings together senior executives and policy officials from government and industry with responsibility for the deployment and operation of Connected Vehicle programs systems and products. Presenters from Europe, Asia and North America will provide perspectives from their respective regions. In addition, major corporate business leaders from automotive companies, the technology supplier community and communication companies will discuss the business and partnering opportunities in this rapidly evolving environment. This event will bring together the international public and private sector leadership with responsibility for deployment in the connected vehicle environment.

In addition, these same leaders will discuss major corporate business leaders from automotive companies, the technology supplier community, and communication companies will discuss the business and partnering opportunities in this rapidly evolving environment. Specific questions the summit is expected to answer include:

  • Deployment schedules including costs, product and service introduction schedules and installation projections locations
  • International variations on business models for vehicle and roadside deployments
  • Regional perspectives of deployment, policy, and business models
  • Near term and longer term benefits regarding congestion, safety, environmental issues and economic development
  • Wide area connectivity and other networks, and the interface of DSRC to ITS networks
  • Highlights of short term business opportunities in the US and internationally.
  • New development in Insurance Telematics and data analytics
  • Updates on the advances in vehicle to grid connectivity

Conference fee will be $350 for the two day event. Attendees will be able to take advantage of SAE's contracted hotel room rates.