MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Aug. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The ability to summon a driverless Uber is no longer mere science fiction! New and existing technology companies in the automotive ecosystem are striving hard to achieve the vision of a safe car that can not only drive itself, but also leave less of a carbon footprint and boost a passenger's productivity. Frost & Sullivan's annual event, GIL 2016: Silicon Valley – Transformational Growth Strategies to Future-proof Your Business, taking place September 11 to 13, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency in Santa Clara, CA, will offer a panel discussion from multiple industry professionals on the different opportunities they foresee emerging from this intelligent mobility ecosystem.
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During the session entitled, Intelligent Mobility: A Rapidly Forming Ecosystem of Automotive and Technologies Companies, Frost & Sullivan will examine the opportunities arising from a combination of autonomous driving, electrification and shared mobility models. For the first time in history, these models present an opportunity to change the product-oriented outlook of the automotive and transportation market with new service models.
Frost & Sullivan will explore case studies of successful implementations by automotive and technology companies, and provide best practices to identify the correct business models, partners and winning solutions.
In this session, participants will gain insight on the following:
- An assessment of the features, services and pricing policies adopted in the intelligent mobility solutions currently available
- Best practices on positioning new solutions while taking into account the needs of cities, smart homes and the connected car
- The framework of a successful intelligent mobility ecosystem and the important stakeholders within the model
"Even as technology rapidly advances, the aspirational goal of driverless electric mobility seems ever so difficult to realize. Regulations around safety, liability and privacy; roadway infrastructure development; data security and business model issues are likely to push commercial deployment past 2025. Connected automated mobility, however, is here today and promises to improve safety, reduce carbon footprint and enhance the overall driving experience," stated Frost & Sullivan Mobility Vice President Veerender Kaul. "In this session, our goal is to explore the potential for value creation through connected and automated driving across the mobility ecosystem and examine the roadmap and business models for implementation."
GIL 2016: Silicon Valley is an opportunity to gain new insight and perspective on business and technology issues that matter most, now and in the future. It is where participants will collaborate in real time with other innovative and visionary thinkers, and push beyond their personal and organizational boundaries to create the future. Join us, and be a part of what makes GIL a powerhouse of ideas and meaningful connections: Its participants!
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