Mobility & Automotive IT

Henry Ford: "Whoever does what he already can, always remains what he already is."

The rapid development of automotive electronics in recent years has fundamentally changed the functionality and structure of motor vehicle technology. Digital information exchange, functional networking of ECUs (distributed functions), as well as the increasing networking of the vehicle with the environment shape the electronic interior of modern motor vehicles. The vehicle itself becomes a part of this whole and goes into the concept of mobility.

But what about the mobility of the future? If you look at the development not just in the medium term, but focus on the next 30 years, you will see that urban mobility will be self-governing in the future. Many tools and technologies are already available for this. The missing piece of the puzzle for this development process is the future key technology "Artificial Intelligence". It will bring about significant changes in all areas of social life, almost revolutionizing them.

Due to the many police tasks, technological change calls for new ways to meet the different tactical requirements. However, these different needs of police work are to be considered as a whole. Standardization, process generation, legal certainty, and more than ever, one's own competencies and responsibilities are some of the challenges that need to be reassessed.

This expert conference will present this topic from different perspectives. Speakers from the automotive industry, legislation and associations, security and the police will give short presentations, which will then be discussed together in a podium discussion. Everything on March 14, 2019, CityCube Berlin.

Moderation: Klaus Pfitzner, Specialist consultant Automotive IT – Bavaria, Polizeipräsidium MIttelfranken

The conference will be held in German language only. For detailled content and agenda, please see the German website.

Participation fee
Authority: 75,00 € inkl. MwSt.
Exhibitor: 75,00 € zzgl. MwSt.
Industry: 349,00 € zzgl. MwSt.


Zeit Thema Referent
09:30 Begrüßung  
09:45 Keynote: Automotive IT - Wandel und Herausforderungen Klaus Pfitzner, Fachberater Automotive IT Bayern
10:15 Automatisiertes und vernetztes Fahren – Chancen und Herausforderungen Marko Gustke, Senior Consultant, Koordinierungsstelle Vernetztes und Automatisiertes Fahren, Verband der Automobilindustrie
10:45 Effizienz im Fuhrpark neu definiert mit connect business Martin Sigg, Key Account & Business Development Manager, Mercedes-Benz Connectivity Services GmbH
11:15 Das Kraftfahrzeug als Datenträger aus Sicht der Staatsanwaltschaft Generalstaatsanwalt Thomas Janovsky, Generalstaatsanwaltschaft Bamberg
12:00 Mittagsimbiss Besuch der Fachmesse
13:00 IT-Sicherheit in Car-to-X-Kommunikation und intelligenten Verkehrssystemen (C-ITS) Christian Wieschebrink, Referat D33 - Cyber-Sicherheit für die Digitalisierung in Verkehr und Industrie 4.0, Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI)
13:30 Sicherheit, Digitalisierung und Einsatztaktik im Kraftfahrzeug René Grzega, Geschäftsführer, Tonfunk Systementwicklung und Service GmbH
14:00 Kaffeepause Besuch der Fachmesse
14:30 Verkehrspolizeiliche Herausforderungen: Digitale Daten und autonomes Fahren Ltd. Polizeidirektor Rüdiger Wollgramm, Referatsleiter Polizeiliche Verkehrsangelegenheiten, Ministeríum des Innern des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen
15:00 Podiumsdiskussion  
16:00 Zusammenfassung und Verabschiedung Klaus Pfitzner, Fachberater Automotive IT Bayern

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