Telematics Update: With just under three weeks until the Consumer Telematics Show (January 7, Las Vegas, NV, USA), Telematics Update have announced that only a limited number of conference passes now remain (www.telematicsupdate.com/cts).
With 350 attendees forecasted to attend, CTS will be the largest and most influential forum to unite the ecosystem of OEMs, infotainment providers, software aggregators, tier ones and wireless carriers.
More than fifteen leading automotive OEMs and crucial industry associations will take the stage in Las Vegas on Jan 7, 2013 in order to discuss how to satisfy consumer demands for a smooth, seamless In-Vehicle-Infotainment and HMI solution in the car at the Consumer Telematics Show, one day before the International Consumer Electronics Show.
The Show is the premier B2B forum and the key start of year event created specifically to answer the crucial tech and business strategy questions set to unlock the value of telematics innovation in the US market and beyond. High quality, seamless and personalized end-to-end connected driver experiences are at the top of the agenda.
Now in its 11th year, CTS is the largest forum dedicated to automotive infotainment and HMI in the USA and is once again set to feature exclusive keynote OEM announcements of brand new services for 2013.
Hear what leading companies have said about the Consumer Telematics Show:
· “One of the best industry shows I have been at from an industry networking perspective” (Microsoft)
· “First-class networking and speaker line-up” (Mercedes-Benz R&D)
· “The timing one day before CES is great, all topped off by a huge audience” (Ford Motor Company)
24 Conference Passes Remain
Telematics Update has recommended that those interested in attending need to register for a pass quickly to avoid disappointment.
With exclusive OEM presentations, 350+ exec delegates, 25+ senior-level telematics speakers and 10+ businesses-focussed sessions, CTS 2013is the premier business intelligence and networking forum for the CE, telematics, digital, mobile and wireless industries.
For the complete CTS 2013 conference program and speaker line-up, access the e-brochure at
http://www.telematicsupdate.com/cts/conference-event-brochure.php, or contact the Telematics Update team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Register today to join the 350+ senior delegates already registered, via the secure link below: https://secure.telematicsupdate.com/cts/register.php
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