The auto industry continues to reach for greater heights in Intelligent Connectivity by applying Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), and 5G technologies within vehicles. From connecting cars to wireless networks to AI assistants to autonomous driving, automotive is at the forefront of Intelligent Connectivity in the global marketplace.
Join us at MWC19 Shanghai to conceptualize the future of the smart car through AI applications, intelligent infrastructure, brain-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-vehicle connectivity.
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MWC19 Shanghai will demonstrate powerful new products, services and applications from automakers, brands and automotive technology-based companies. Here are some of them who demonstrated products and services in 2019's exhibition.
SNIEC Hall N4
New to MWC19 Shanghai, the Future Mobility Zone will demonstrate smarter, cleaner and safer intelligent vehicles and cities. Companies showcasing in the zone include Helix Technologies, Imagination Technologies and UROS, alongside Guangzhou Global International Exhibition (GIE) and a number of intelligent connected automotive enterprise partners, including Baijieteng Technology, DeePhi, MapKing International, STARCART Technology, among others.
Day 3: Friday, 28 June
In this Summit, we will discuss the development of the future mobility ecosystem, and discuss how infrastructure and regulation can support future growth.
Day 2: Thursday, 27 June
This Summit focuses on critical questions faced in both industrial and urban transformation, shedding light on Next-generation transport and logistics.
Day 3: Friday, 28 June
Will Edge Computing leverage the 5G standard to emerge as Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) in verticals such as Connected Vehicles, Autonomous Driving and Industrial IoT? Join this summit and learn more.
“We think that other parts of the world can learn from China and stay focused on what the objective is. What is the benefit of the technology? How are we going to use it? What does it mean for driver safety, driver assistance, efficiency, and traffic management? ”Thierry Klein, Head of Disruptive Innovation, Nokia and Vice-Chair of 5G Automotive Association Board
This year’s “Industry 4.0” theme analyses the implementation and wider impact of the confluence of IoT, cyber physical systems, cloud and cognitive computing that constitutes Industry 4.0. Key industries addressed in this theme include automotive, IoT platform & analytics providers, and logistics.