Chasing the data storm
Vehicle information can open opportunities in retail and safety— if drivers are willing to share it
CES 2019: Privacy a big focus in Las Vegas
Otonomo Founder and CEO Ben Volkow used those regulations to discuss data ownership. He said the industry needs to understand any data generated by autonomous vehicles belongs to the consumer, not the mobility or rental company. “I’m a big supporter of these regulations,” said Volkow. “Sometimes we like to complain because they make things slow and complex, but in the end they are there to protect us.”
CNBC Unveils its Annual List of 100 Promising Start-ups to Watch
The Upstart 100 is CNBC’s exclusive list of promising young start-ups, featuring a diverse group of companies that are building brands and breaking industry barriers on the path to becoming tomorrow’s household names.
What Your Car Knows About You
Car makers are collecting massive amounts of data from the latest cars on the road. Now, they’re figuring out how to make money off it.
NEW ROADS: Connected car shoppers willing to share data, but building trust is must
“This study underscores that consumers recognize the benefits of connected car features and are inclined to share the data that enables them with entities they trust,” said Lauren Smith, policy counsel for The Future of Privacy Forum, in a news release accompanying the Otonomo/Edison study.
Consent Management for Connected Cars
Otonomo, the first neutral automotive data services platform, announced the Consent Management Hub, a new capability within the Otonomo Platform. The Consent Management Hub provides an efficient way for connected car drivers to take control over the sharing of their personal automotive data. It simplifies the driver opt-in process for automotive manufacturers (OEMs) on the Otonomo Platform and validates consent with each personal data request from third-party mobility service providers.
Automobilwoche 100 Digital Leaders Automotive
Gartner Cool Vendor in Automotive and TransportationThe automotive sector is filled with startups pushing the edge of artificial intelligence, IoT and data monetization. The vendors here represent a sample of the most intriguing companies in the space. CIOs in automotive and smart mobility should look to acquire or partner with them.
Frost & Sullivan 2018 European Car Data Platform New Product Innovation Award.Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to the company that has developed an innovative element in a product by leveraging leading-edge technologies. The award recognizes the value-added features/benefits of the product and the increased return on investment (ROI) it gives customers, which in turn raises customer acquisition and overall market penetration potential.
TiE50 Top Technology StartupSince its inception in 1992 in the Silicon Valley by a group of successful entrepreneurs, and corporate executives, the TiE50 organization grew to be the World’s largest non-profit dedicated to the virtuous cycle of wealth creation, focused on nurturing the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Credit Suisse Supertrends Pitching Award 2018This year, we are positioning the award along Credit Suisse Supertrends, allowing innovative Israeli high-tech pioneers to showcase their companies to a panel of seasoned experts, as well as to the Forum’s audience of selected high-tech investors and experts from Israel and abroad.
TMT Telecoms BEST AUTOMOTIVE DATA SERVICE 2018The Telecoms Awards 2018 rewards the most respected businesses in the ever-growing industry, vital to so many individuals; from small businesses, entrepreneurs to huge multi-national corporations who all rely on communication for their success.
The 10 Most Innovative IoT Startups to WatchInsights Success Magazine has shortlisted, The 10 Most Innovative IoT Startups to Watch, 2018 who are raising the bar with their innovative IoT solutions.
Klein Blue Insurtech 100 EMEAAfter our various publications on Insurtechs in France, we are proud to share our selection of the 100 best Insurtechs in the EMEA Zone (Europe, Middle East, Africa).
EMERCE Top 10 European StartupsThe list shows which startups are upcoming and have great potential; the higher on the list, the greater the potential. These are 'new' startups that have not been in the top list before. This is to prevent an annual list with almost the same names being rolled out.
Ayn Rand Atlas Award for Most Promising Mobility & Automotive StartupCandidates for the Atlas Award are are companies chosen from among Israel’s most innovative, exemplary start-ups that meet the criteria for excellence. The finalists are selected following a thorough evaluation by a steering committee comprised of representatives from the event’s sponsoring groups.
Finalists for TU Automotive awards for best AI Product/ ServiceThe TU-Automotive Awards are the most prestigious and anticipated awards in the connected car industry. Celebrate the talent across automotive technology the day before TU-Automotive Detroit
Events & Conferences
Join us at our 11th annual Intelligent Mobility event which will bring together industry leaders, policymakers, visionaries and investors, to get nuanced insights into how and why the mobility industry is transforming, what new business models are emerging, and where the real revenues lie.
JP Morgan Auto Conference
This conference will provide investors the opportunity to gain insight into a select group of companies in the Auto space. We anticipate over 400 institutional and credit investors in attendance. The conference will include presentations from more than 30 companies, one-on-one meetings and panel discussions.
Platform Economy Summit
The summit features new analysis, cutting-edge case studies and practical next step actions from the world’s leading experts, over two carefully curated days on Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18 September.
M:bility | California
Building on the success of our Connected Car California conference, M:bility | California is a two-day conference designed to help stakeholders understand the future of mobility.
Handelsblatt Auto Summit
E-mobility, autonomous driving, shared mobility and connectivity. The automotive industry has never faced as many changes as it does now.
When will these technical innovation concepts be fit for the streets? What legal framework is required? What will the automotive industry’s cooperation models for implementation look like? How will German car companies prevail over their foreign competitors?
International Association for Privacy Professionals
Europe’s top event in data protection law and policy returns to Brussels, home of the IAPP’s European headquarters, 18-21 Nov. Join the privacy profession for wide-ranging discussions of strategic developments in regional and international data protection, plus training classes and a deep-dive workshop day preceding the main conference dates.
The world’s most important mobility event, where disruptive technology and innovation drive much needed change.