Welcome to Lindholmen Software Development Day October 26. We proudly present experts in the field of Software Development that will take on the theme The Software Society - The interaction between our changing behavior, our society, and the new landscape of Software Services.
Vehicle Electronics & Connected Services (formerly Electronics in Vehicles) was held for the twelfth consecutive year at the Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre in Gothenburg on May 9-10. The conference is one of the Nordic region’s largest meeting points for the automotive industry and brought together nearly 700 people from manufacturers and the entire supplier chain.
Be part of the Lindholmen Software Development Day 2017 and register today, before it gets fully booked! The interest to exhibit at Lindholmen Software Development Day is huge, already early May 2017 all the spaces outside the main conference hall are booked.
Startups companies are called to pitch at Vehicle Electronics & Connected Services 2017. In this fast-changing sector, automotive are keen on meeting the multitude of start-ups that are being set up. Five startups will be selected, which will get a 3-minute pitch on the event stage in front of audience. Vehicle ICT is a proud event partner in this event and would therefore like to promote this initiative.
The automotive industry is facing huge transformations, set to affect not only manufacturers and subcontractors. “This poses a serious threat to us, but also brings great opportunities,” says Adam Erritzøe, Innovation Manager at the Danish car dealer Semler.
During one of Vehicle ICT Arena’s events at Lindholmen Science Park, we had a chat with Jerker Andersson, Vice President EESE at CEVT. Constant growth, two sites at opposite ends of the world and rapid technical development represent challenges, in which a stable partnership is required for success.
Electrification, autonomous vehicles and changing travel behaviours – the automotive industry is facing a number of major changes.
“To me, this is a real dejà vu experience,” says Mike Moghaddas, who took part in the similar transformation of the telecom industry in the early 00's.
In 2018 NEVS will begin selling their first electric vehicle based on the Saab 9-3 platform. Although, the company prefers to be considered a provider of mobility solutions, rather than a car manufacturer.
“There are huge changes going on in the world – ranging from private ownership of cars, to a world where customers require a service to take them from a to b,” says Michèl Annink, Senior Director, Mobility Services & Customer Journeys at NEVS.
Arranged by Sigma, HiQ, Cybercom, CEVT, Ericsson, Consat, Toyota Material Handeling, AB Volvo, Norconsult, Kuggen Learning Centre, Fysiken, Radisson Blu Riverside Hotel, Lindholmen Conference Centre and Lindholmen Science Park AB.
Arranged by Ericsson, Chalmers, University of Gothenburg, Volvo Cars, Volvo Group, Cybercom, Knowit, Ascom, Combitech, HiQ, Konwledge Agency, Zenuity under creation, Business Region Göteborg and Lindholmen Science Park..