Preparations for our special two-day event in Cologne from June 5-6 are in full swing! Make sure you’ll secure your tickets via https://www.caruso-dataplace.com/cpc19/ to get insights into concrete examples on how our partner line-up is already using the car data & services available on our marketplace! We are very proud to present to you our confirmed contributors including: ANECRA, Autopass, BMW, Bosch, CLEPA, Connected Cars, Continental, FIGIEFA, Hella Gutmann Solutions, Mann+Hummel, Mobivia, PSA, Schaeffler, Sixt, TecAlliance, topmotive, Uberall, WESP & ZF.
What else is on in June?
The automotive aftermarket will be descending on Birmingham from June 4-6 once again as it becomes the focal point for the UK’s automotive industry. Automechanika Birmingham is an event like no other, gathering together leading brands and senior professionals from the automotive aftermarket and vehicle production sectors for three days of networking, learning and invaluable face time. Our Senior Technology Advisor Dr. Ulrich Keil will bring Caruso into play with his keynote “Fueling the Mobility Ecosystem: Accessing & Monetising Data & Services”. We are really looking forward for this great opportunity. If you will be present as well stop by at the “Aftermarket Theatre” on Tuesday.
Our Software Developer Joshua Vecsei will give a joint keynote together with Dr. Matthias Naab & Dominik Rost from our Strategic Advisor Fraunhofer IESE at TDWI München 2019 from June 24-26. Topic is the consent handling on our platform. The conference is all about analytics, AI, machine learning, cloud, data science, digitization and IoT. More than 130 national and international experts will present the latest findings and developments in the data community.
Almost at the same time, the International Data Spaces Association invites to the 2ndedition of the ISDA Summit at the Telekom Campus Bonn from June 25-26. The event is all about secure data exchange, data ecosystems and data sovereignty. Our Managing Director Alexander Haid will be on stage presenting how connectivity creates new opportunities to develop and improve vehicles and mobility services.Who else is on the agenda? In addition to internationally known technology companies and institutions like Atos, Deutsche Telekom, European Commission, IBM and ThyssenKrupp, different start-ups will show their research projects, hub or use cases and business scenarios on stage or at the exhibition area.