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The market for private automobile ownership is likely headed for disruption. What are the technologies required for a future of shared, autonomous and connected vehicles?

"I believe in the horse! The automobile is only a temporary phenomenon."

Every revolution begins with a great deal of skepticism. It was the last German Emperor Wilhelm II who uttered the words above around the year 1900 ‐ and while the man is rightfully to blame for many historic misjudgments, we might just forgive him for this one.

A NEW REVOLUTION BEGINS

Today, humankind is at the brink of another revolution: the revolution of AD – of automated driving. It won't happen overnight, with a big bang. It will come in small steps, a revolution through evolution. At first, intelligent on‐board technology will support drivers more and more. Next, vehicles will learn to communicate with each other – and ultimately to take over control, if the driver so wishes.

The era of the autonomous vehicle is here. According to industry estimates, by 2020, the autonomous vehicle market will be worth US$87 billion. Furthermore, by 2040, it is predicted that four out of every 10 vehicles on the road will be autonomous.

Autonomous vehicles will open up new opportunities and create an impetus for innovation for organisations from across a wide range of industries.

Today's economies are dramatically changing, triggered by development in emerging markets, the accelerated rise of new technologies, sustainability policies, and changing consumer preferences around ownership. Digitisation and new business models have revolutionised other industries, and automotive will be no exception. For the automotive sector, these forces are giving rise to four disruptive technology‐driven trends: diverse mobility, autonomous driving, electrification, and connectivity.

The Autonomous Cars/Driverless Cars Market demand is expected to reach 138,089 units by 2024. This growth is attributed to the need to curb the rising number of accidents caused particularly due to human error. According to the International Organization for Road Accident Prevention, more than 90% of road accidents across the globe are caused primarily due to human errors. National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) estimated that the adoption of autonomous vehicles, also known as driverless vehicles, in the U.S. alone could save more than 69 lives every year. The need for ubiquitous connectivity calls for the rapid deployment of the product over the next seven years. The proliferation of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) in new automobiles, particularly in the U.S., Germany, and the UK, is also anticipated to significantly spur the demand over the forecast period.

Attendees at the 2nd TaaS Technology conference will hear industry-leading insiders deliver more than 40 presentations discussing the key topics.

The TaaS Technology event will also include a co-located conference ‘Energising Future Mobility’ dedicated to covering the key topics of the Electric Vehicles (EVs), Energy/Battery Technology and Infrastructure industries.

The conference will provide delegates with an up-to-date overview of the status of the CAV and TaaS industry, and provide them with many opportunities to meet other key players within this community.

Together, these talks will detail breakthroughs in processing, connecting and mapping; offer insights into the current status and the evolution of sensor technologies and safety/security requirements; provide details of advances in tools and software that will help to drive forward the CAV industry; look at the legislation and insurance changes that could well be required; look at the logistics and supply chain industry in a mobility future which includes CAVs; look at how city planning and infrastructure changes will be required - as well as look at the usability and HMI issues; and finally we will explore how the technology will allow us to accelerate to a TaaS future and the impact of this on future society and industry.

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TaaS Technology's sponsors and delegates experience unrivalled networking opportunities with the senior industry leaders within the CAVs and Future mobility industry.

4 Roads Ltd
A + E Ltd
Abbeymeade Limited
ABI Research
ADAS Intern
Addison Lee
AECOM
AESIN
Ageas UK Limited
Aimsun
aiPod
AIT Austrian Institute Of Technology Gmbh
Alco Consulting
Allianz SE
Amey
Angel Business Communications
Apollo Vehicle Safety
Applied Component Technology
Applus Idiada
AppyParking
Apteno Consulting
Arcadis
Arrival
Arup
Atkins
Audi AG
Aurrigo
Autocab
Automotive Grade Linux (AGL)
AUTOSAR
Autoura
AVL
AXA Insurance
Beacon Centre For The Blind
Blackbelt Smartphone Defence Ltd
BP
British Motorcyclists Federation
Burges Salmon
Cass
CCAV
Centre For Connected And Autonomous Vehicles
CGI UK Ltd
Clarity Automotive
Claytex Services Ltd
Clearview Intelligence Ltd
cnm
Conigital
Consultant
Control F1
Coventry City Council
TfWM
Coventry University
Cranfield University
Cube Intelligence
Cubic

CZ Smart Mobility
De Montfort University
Deft153
Dovu
ECOMOBIX
Electric Zoo
Energy Systems Catapult
Enterprise Holdings
Epn Consulting Limited
European Investment Bank
Eversheds Sutherland
Evezy
EY
FISITA
FiveAI
Fluxsys Ltd
Flx Mobility Ltd
Ford
Ford Motor Company
Frazer Nash Consultancy Ltd
Geospock Ltd
Greenwatt Technology
Hamburger Hochbahn AG
Helix Technologies
Here Technologies
High Speed 2
Honda Research And Development Europe U K Ltd
HORIBA MIRA
IBM
Iconic Blockchain
Ieee Standards Association
IHS Markit
Immense Simulations
Impetus Automotive
Infocom Research Inc
InMotion Ventures
Innova Consulting Ltd
Innovate UK
Inspiring Compmany Ltd
Intel
Intelligent Transport
IQE
Irdeto
ISR
It Is 3d Ltd
ITRI
ITS UK
Jaguar Land Rover
JLR
Keeresources
KTN
Law Commission
Level Five Jobs
Liftango - Shared Mobility
Local Motors

MaaS Alliance
MaaS Global
Magna International
Mapix Technologies Limited
MCAV
Meridian
Meridian Mobility
Met Office
Microsoft
Millbrook
Mimconsult
Mobiq Group Ltd
National Federation Of The Blind Of The Uk
Navtech Radar
Nissan Europe
Nokia
Nominet Uk
NULL
NVIDIA
Octopus Investments
Ohmio
Open Motors
Optimile Nv
Orange Business Services
Orbit
Ordnance Survey
Otonomo
Oxfordshire County Council
Pete Fouche
Pinsent Masons
Protean Electric
Provide Consulting Ltd
PTV Group
PTV UK Ltd
Ricardo
Ridecell
Roadbotics
Roborace
SAIC Motor UK
SAP
Sato Consulting Llc
SBD Automotive
Shotl
Smart Highways
Smarter Cities Ltd
SMMT
Smmt Ltd
Sony
Steer Davies Gleave
Streetdrone
Systra
Tata Elxsi
TATA Motors
Teralytics
The Linux Foundation

The Ultimate Battery Co
TomTom
Transport For London
Transport for West Midlands
Transport Systems Catapult
TransportAPI
Travelspirit Foundation
Tripyr Holdings Limited
TRL
Trueform
TS Catapult
Uber
University Of Warwick
Vanuse
Vetsa Consulting Serviced Limited
Viaqqio
Vision Mobility
Visteon
Vulog
Warwick Manufacturing Group
Waysphere
Weston Williamson + Partners
Wilbert And Hermon Ltd
WMG
WMG at the University of Warwick
XPI Simulation
Y-Mobility
Yamaha Motor
Zoox
Zurich Insurance

Key topics covered

The presentations will be grouped into seven key themes which collectively provided complete coverage of the CAV and TaaS Industry.

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The must attend conference for all professionals involved within the CAVs, EVs, Energy/Battery, Charging, Infrastructure & Future Mobility industry.