With autonomous vehicles becoming more commonplace on our streets, the opportunity exists for content consumption, delivery and unique tailored experiences for every rider. The passenger economy is set to be a significant player in the monetization and business case for the first wave of this new mode of transportation. Hitch a ride to NAB Show and see firsthand from today’s leading manufacturers, technologists, and content creators why connected vehicles are being lauded as the next horizon for content consumption.
- Connected Car
- Media Display & Consumer Technology
- Audio Design
- Peripherals & Navigation
- ATSC 3.0
- HD Radio
Mobility Stories for the Passenger Economy of Today and Tomorrow: A Panel Discussion with Waze and BroadcastersWith the emergence of autonomous vehicles and other new modes of transportation, there is an opportunity for news broadcasters to create new content and tailored experiences for their audience on the road. The Waze for Broadcasters program provides Waze data to supercharge traffic news reporting...
Today’s In-Car Digital Radio ExperienceSince the introduction of HD Radio technology over 50 million vehicles have been shipped with digital receivers. Wonder how these radios have changed the listener experience? Join Xperi for a visual walkthrough of today’s dash. We will explore the implementations from...
Turning the Car Into a Tailored Entertainment HubIn-car connectivity is rising, with electric vehicles and connected cars making their ways into consumers’ daily lives. Despite these feats of engineering, in-car services have struggled to catch-up with the home environment consumers have got accustomed to: voice assistants supporting our...
Connected Cars and Next Gen TV: Infrastructure Decisions Could Be Key to ATSC 3.0 AdoptionBroadcasters and CE companies rightly see the market for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV’s) as a huge opportunity for Next Generation Television (ATSC 3.0). They are approaching original equipment makers and aftermarket suppliers with strong use cases for Next Gen, including in-vehicle...
Avis Budget Group on Connected Car, Future Mobility, and New Media ModelsMore Information coming soon.
In-car Entertainment Perspectives: Piloted driving ON! Radio OFF?The automotive industry faces disruptive changes. Electric mobility and autonomous driving are transforming the way we use our cars and what we expect from them. Martin Koch gives an overview on particular stages of autonomous driving and what their implications on the in-vehicle experience are....
Broadcast and IP in the Car – How Will These Converge?Digital Radio is proliferating across North America, IP Connectivity is becoming standard in vehicles, and consumers are expecting more! How will the broadcast industry take advantage and what can the industry do to remain the leading source of entertainment in the vehicle.
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