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Unlocking and Accelerating the
Connected Vehicle Services Opportunity

The UnWebinar Series
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Hear the latest trends and happenings in the connected vehicle services space from industry thought leaders.

Automotive data from connected services will make the connected car one of the biggest opportunities since the smartphone. Panelists from the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium (AECC) will share how they are optimizing connected vehicle services infrastructure to manage 1,000 times more data than today’s networks are accustomed to handling.

Gain insight into AECC’s new Proof of Concepts (PoCs) that address these data hurdles using the AECC distributed edge computing approach in real-world HD mapping scenarios.

The Evolution of the Connected Vehicle Services Landscape

Discover an overview of the connected vehicle services ecosystem, the opportunity it holds and the data transfer and management challenges that exist. Learn why these challenges must be overcome to unlock the enormous potential held within the connected vehicle services space.

Edge Computing as the Critical Piece in the Connected Vehicle Services Puzzle

Explore the AECC edge computing approach and the important role it plays in addressing the data management and transfer challenges that come with our expanding connected car ecosystem.

Advancing the Connected Vehicle Services Ecosystem with Real World Demos

Gain important insights into the AECC Proof of Concept (PoC) program through a brief overview of how it works, its importance and who can participate. Learn about how businesses across the value chain can benefit through this synopsis of the AECC PoC program.

Free Parking Spot Detection: Real-World Application of AECC’s Distributed Edge Architecture

Experience a lively discussion and demo of the AECC Proof of Concept (PoC) program, including details on a recent PoC conducted by member companies Nexar, KDDI and Oracle, which enabled geolocation parking services using the AECC Distributed Edge Architecture.

Tune in to the topics that interest you most – always available to view at your leisure!

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Roberta Gamble

Roberta Gamble
Partner & VP
Frost & Sullivan

The panel will consist of AECC members

Roger Berg

Roger Berg
Vice President
North American Research and Development
DENSO Corporation
Communications Vice Chair, AECC

Roger Berg is Vice President of DENSO’s North American Research and Development group. His latest research interests and responsibilities include connected and automated vehicles, transportation data collection and analytics, cyber security, and most recently, Blockchain for mobility services.

Christer Boberg

Christer Boberg
Director, Group Strategy
AECC Secretary

Christer Boberg serves as a Director at Ericsson CTO Office driving strategies around IoT and Cloud technologies; his focus is bringing new technologies in place to solve networking industry challenges on a global scale. Prior to this, he drove Ericsson Communication Services technology strategy and was responsible for bringing several products and solutions to market.

Sharon Barkai

Sharon Barkai
Chief Network Architect
AECC member

Sharon Barkai serves as a Nexagon Network Engineer for Nexar, an AECC member company. He wants to ensure that new technologies and standards meet the connected vehicle ecosystem’s future needs. He believes that the goal of a crowd-sourced memory of the roads and what’s around them will need to be standards-based, to deliver network features and benefits which are accessible to everyone and provide a robust and economical solution.

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