The automotive industry is now the ‘mobility space’ and it’s changing at breakneck speed. In a few weeks, Electronomous will put the spotlight on what those changes are – and how they will affect how we get from A to B.
An international line-up of experts from the auto/tech industries will gather in Killarney, Ireland, on 2-3 May for Electronomous, the annual forum for topics including electric vehicles, connected car technology, autonomous vehicles, cyber security and more.
The conference is being organised by vehicle history and data expert Cartell.ie, to discuss how technology is changing all aspects of the automotive world. That includes the rapid development of mobility solutions and other key industry processes such as insurance, finance and sales.
"Unmissable" future transport event
The event will be hosted by Quentin Wilson, former ‘Top Gear’ presenter and award-winning motoring journalist, who said: “Electronomous is a major future transport event with industry-leading speakers, experts and fascinating debates. If you’re interested in the new era of personal mobility – it’s unmissable”.
Quentin Wilson, who will host Electronomous 2018 in Killarney, Ireland
The speaker panel includes: Marcus Rothoff, Head of Volvo’s Autonomous Driving programme; Uwe Puetzschler, Head of Car2X at Nokia; Barry Napier, CEO of Cubic Telecom; and Gareth Dunsmore, Electric Vehicle Director with Nissan Europe.
Confirmed attendees so far include Volkswagen, IBM, Toyota, BMW, Honda, Applegreen, Valeo, TomTom, Audatex, the European Council for Automotive R&D (EUCAR) and the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Jeff Aherne, Director of Cartell.ie, said: “Technology is disrupting all aspects of the motor industry. Electric is replacing combustion and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are paving the way to Autonomy. Electronomous is an opportunity for all those with an interest in the space to understand what is coming”.
We’ll be working with Cartell.ie to promote this exciting forum, which with an ‘Electric Drive’ from Dublin to Killarney on the afternoon of 2 May. Electronomous will also feature a series of pop-up ‘Tell Talks’ over the course of the event, offering a deep dive into a range of auto/tech issues.
Tickets for Electronomous 2018 are still available here.
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