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Report
Car Connectivity
Summit 2013
Summit 2013
Opening Session
Alan Ewing
President and Executive Director, CCC
Welcome to Krakow!
Summit Agenda
Overview
Introduction
Keynotes
Session 1 – Ecosystem for 3rd Party
App Developers
Session 2 – Success Factors in
Content Creation
Session 3 – Application Certification in
CCC
Where Have We Been?
CCC Was Founded in March of 2011 with key Automotive OEM, mobile
handset and Tier 1 suppliers
The MirrorLink 1.0 Specification was approved in June 2011
The name MirrorLink was selected and approved in September 2011
MirrorLink 1.0 Certification opened in September 2011
MirrorLink 1.1 Specification was approved in March 2012
Dozens of meetings, plugfests, and industry events
WHERE ARE WE
NOW?
Membership
Over 100 Member
Companies!
13 Charter
27 Core
62 Adopter
11 Authorized Test Labs
Device Certification – MirrorLink® 1.0
• Certification status: 487 products
Unique
Variants
Total
Handsets
19
40
59a
Head-units
35
393
428b
a) 45 server products currently on the public listing page
b) 41 client products currently on the public listing page
Trademark
MirrorLink® is a Global Trademark
• Registered in 51 of 121 countries
• Now registered in the United States!!
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Registered in 11 of 121 countries
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Filed in the US
Where Are We Going?
MirrorLink® 1.1
• An Application Ecosystem for 3rd Party App
Developers with processes, guidelines and
technology support
Spreading the Word
• LA Auto Show – November 18-19
• ML 1.1 Plugfest – December
• Mobile World Congress - Feb
MirrorLink 1.1 Open
For Business
The MirrorLink 1.1
Device Certification
Program is Open for
Business!
MirrorLink 1.1
Application
Certification is Ready
for Testing
The Next Big Thing - Applications
• Removing Distraction
• We all want fewer distracted drivers on the road
• Car context is unique and requires special UX design
• Applications need to be designed for in-car use
• Design guidelines for in-car application are complex
• Our response
• Common application development guidelines for in-car apps
• Transparency via certification process for connectivity and
app
Summary
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The Car Connectivity Consortium is a global collaboration forum to develop
smartphone based connected-car solutions
• Membership is open to any company wishing to increase safety and
innovation on today’s roads
• Solutions are not owned or governed by a single corporation
• Everyone can implement solutions which are operating system agnostic
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MirrorLink™ is not only a connectivity solution
• It is the open industry standard for Smartphone-Car integration
• It is proving access to Smartphone apps to car sensor data
• It is providing common application development guidelines for in-car apps
• It is providing transparency via certification process for connectivity and apps
Our Host and
Sponsors
Thanks to our Sponsors:
And our Host:
Comarch Welcome
Mariusz Lasek
Comarch Oy Vice President
Cloud, Connectivity and
Mobility
In brief
Comarch is a SW House
End-to-End IT solutions tailored to your Business Needs
Public Company quoted on a Warsaw Stock Exchange
IT Leader in Central & Eastern Europe
4,000 Employees
Most of them are highly experienced IT Engineers
40 subsidiaries in 23 countries
Focus on Western Europe & North America
Strong Portfolio of Products & Services
Deliver innovative IT solutions to key sectors of the economy
Telecommunication, Finance & Banking, SME, Utilities, Automotive
Cloud, Connectivity & Mobility
Part of the Comarch Telco Business Group
Our mission is to provide technical capabilities and enablers for the
New Digital Age
with
Seamlessly Integrated Customer Experiences
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Retail
Transport & Tourism
Oil & Gas
Logistics
Banking
Capital Markets
Automotive
Financial Services
Insurance
Consumer Products
Industrial Manufacturing
Healthcare
Public Administration
Services
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BSS/OSS for Telecommunications
Business Intelligence
CRM
Customer Loyalty Management
Enterprise Content Management
Enterprise Marketing Management
Enterprise Resource Planning
IT Management
IT Security
M2M
Mobile Applications
Multi-enterprise Communication
Network & Service Management
Revenue Management & Billing
Risk Management
Sales Support
Supply Chain Management
Field Service Management
Cloud Service Management
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Business Continuity
Business Process Optimization
Cloud Computing
Customer Analytics Services
Data Center
Data Protection & Security
IT Audits
IT Integration
Managed Services
Mobile Channels
OSS/BSS Transformations
Outsourcing
Professional services
Training
Certification Test Systems
Industries
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Telecommunications
Retail
Transport & Tourism
Oil & Gas
Logistics
Banking
Capital Markets
Automotive
Financial Services
Insurance
Consumer Products
Industrial Manufacturing
Healthcare
Public Administration
Services
Product
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BSS/OSS for Telecommunications
Business Intelligence
CRM
Customer Loyalty Management
Enterprise Content Management
Enterprise Marketing Management
Enterprise Resource Planning
IT Management
IT Security
M2M
Mobile Applications
Multi-enterprise Communication
Network & Service Management
Revenue Management & Billing
Risk Management
Sales Support
Supply Chain Management
Field Service Management
Cloud Service Management
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Business Continuity
Business Process Optimization
Cloud Computing
Customer Analytics Services
Data Center
Data Protection & Security
IT Audits
IT Integration
Managed Services
Mobile Channels
OSS/BSS Transformations
Outsourcing
Professional services
Training
Certification Test Systems
Welcome To Kraków
City of the Polish Kings
Welcome To Comarch
Please Enjoy the Car Connectivity Summit’ 2013!
Keynote – Philppe Gicquel, PSA
General Manager for Cockpit, Safety, Infotainment EE Modules
PSA Peugeot Citroën.
Philippe Gicquel has over 18 years experience in automotive engineering in
several departments. He started his career in Sept 1992 in BIW&
Equipment design department of Citroën where he has been in charge
of doors, hood, tailgate design for "Xsara" model. He quit Citroën in
1996 and started for EDAG, a German company, specialized in
automotive engineering. He was in charge of the French subsidiary of
EDAG. At this time, EDAG designed as subcontractor the combi
version of Peugeot 206. (206 SW) In September 2002, Philippe Gicquel
went back to PSA Peugeot Citroën. After two years in charge of engine
and road noise in the NVH department, he worked on vehicle
development process and simulations tools, and then, in October 2006,
started as General Manager for Safety and Durability Specifications
and Tests. In Sept.2010, he took his actual position in Electrical and
Electronic Systems Direction.
After graduating from "Ecole Centrale Paris" in June 1991, Philippe
Gicquel worked for one year (as national duty) for French national
agency in charge of atomic energy. (CEA)
Keynote – Peter Fellinger, HUML GmbH
The CEO and founder of jambit GmbH and HUML GmbH & Co
KG (together with Markus Hartinger) has been the strategic
innovation manager of the company since 1999. In many
marketing, strategy and innovation workshops, Peter
Fellinger employs his instinct and vision for the technology
and media market profitably for customers and jambit.
Through his own investments and as an active consultant
for young startups, Peter Fellinger is particularly close to
new technological developments and can therefore quickly
assess innovation options.
In addition to his management activities and commitment to
entrepreneurship, this enthusiastic sportsman (kitesurfing,
mountain biking, sailing and skiing) and musician is in
demand as a speaker and discussion sparring partner at
large and small events.
Session 1: Ecosystems for 3rd Party App
Developers - Dealing with Market Complexity
Jack Bergquist
Jack Bergquist is a Senior Analyst with IHS’ Automotive Group
where he specialises in the car audio, infotainment,
navigation and telematics markets. Jack is currently
responsible for global infotainment forecasting with several
years’ experience with the company. Jack holds a MEng
(hons) degree in Automotive Engineering from The University
of Sussex.
Session 2: Success Factors in
Content Creation
Antti Aumo
Antti Aumo is Vice President Marketing at Ixonos, a creative
solutions IT company. He leads the marketing efforts for new
Ixonos services and products worldwide. Antti has 20 years’
versatile and international work experience in product
portfolio management, product marketing and marketing
communication. He has worked in management positions in
several multinational companies, including Nokia and
Landis+Gyr, in Finland and abroad.
Session 3: Application Certification in the Car
Connectivity Consortium
Ed Pichon
Ed serves the CCC as Project Manager for development efforts
associated with the MirrorLink standard, coordinating the
development of the tools needed to support device makers
and application developers. He has over 15 years of test and
systems engineering experience, working in the
telecommunications, aerospace, defense and banking
industries. His work has spanned a wide range of systems
engineering tasks – from system architecture, design, and
specification through to to test system design and
automation. Ed is the Chief Technologist of E-Qualus
Partners, LLC. Ed has a Master of Science in Systems
Engineering from Southern Methodist University.
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