Disrupt Meetup | The Future of Mobility - Powered by Smart Vehicle Software

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WeWork

20, Oskar-von-Miller-Ring

80333 Munich

Germany

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Beschreibung des Events

Beschreibung

Cloud based and internet technologies are boosting the automotive sector to complete automation. Keeping in mind this demand for cutting edge technology means SaaS based service vendors/solution providers have to seamlessly integrate technology and existing processes to deliver fully efficient modern systems capable of handling existing challenges and complexities of the automotive sector.

Join our Disrupt meetup for Future of Mobility community in Munich. This community brings together enthusiasts that want to get to know the automotive sector technology, latest developments in this sector, understand how it can be used, and applied in their processes and those that already invest in it.

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The Future of Mobility - Powered by Smart Vehicle Software


SPEAKERS
Here is the current line-up of the upcoming speakers (will be updated over time):

1. Christopher Stumm, Business Development Manager, e-shelter
Christopher Stumm has more than six years of experience within IT technology and data center sectors. As Business Development Manager at e-shelter, Christopher is responsible for the e-shelter innovation lab where companies of all sizes across all industries can find a vibrant ecosystem of more than 115 partners and start-ups who help accelerating their innovation journey with disruptive technologies. Additionally, Christopher is responsible for digital and corporate innovations that help e-shelter to address new/emerging markets and target groups.

(2) Markus Holzemer, Principal Solution Lead, Acellere

As Principal Solution Lead at Acellere, Markus Holzemer is significantly involved in the development and implementation of the AI-based software analytics platform Gamma. He previously worked for IBM and BCG Platinion in IT strategy consulting. During his studies of computer science at the TU Berlin, which he completed with a Master of Science degree, his research interests focused on distributed database systems and large scale machine learning.

(3) Christoph Kung, Business Development Manager, Alibaba Cloud DACH
Christoph Kung is a specialist with several years of experience in Partner Channel Sales, Marketing, Business Development, and Enterprise Presales, working with German customers and partners to un-block the IT-Barriers in entering the Chinese Market.


AGENDA

18:30 - 19:00 - Entrance
19:00 - 19:10 - Introduction
19:10 - 19:25 - The Future Mobility Hub– Where Mobility Meets Digital Infrastructure
19:25 - 19:35 - Discussion (5 minutes) and Break (5 Minutes)
19:35 - 19:50 - How AI-Assisted Software Quality Enables the Future of Mobility
19:50 - 20:00 - Discussion (5 minutes) and Break (5 Minutes)
20:00 - 20:15 - Connecting to Digital China (with Alibaba Intelligence)
20:15 - 20:25 - Discussion (5 minutes) and Break (5 Minutes)
20:25 - 22:00 - Get together // Networking


DATE AND VENUE
Date: Tuesday, May 07, 2019, 18:30h - 22:00h
Venue: WeWork, 20, Oskar-von-Miller-Ring, 80333 München


LANGUAGE
This meetup will be held in English.


WANT TO BECOME A SPEAKER?
Do you want to be a speaker or recommend somebody? Please make your proposal here (https://goo.gl/forms/cCenjo1Xo6JUdg9x1) and we will get back to you.


CONTACT
Disrupt Meetup | Future of Mobility Munich
Email: team@disrupt-network.io


ABOUT US

Disrupt Meetup | Future of Mobility Munich

This community brings together enthusiasts that want to get to know the automotive sector technology, latest developments in this sector, understand how it can be used, and applied in their processes and those that already invest in it.The Disrupt Network organizes regularly meetups and invites exciting speakers to Munich. It does not matter if you are a startup or represent a large corporation, just join the community and let your network grow with us.


DATA PROTECTION

Through participating in this meetup (that is, through ordering a free ticket with Eventbrite), the participant gives his consent that e-shelter services GmbH (1) saves his name and contact data (i.e. email), (2) is later on allowed to send emails to the participant, and (3) is allowed to take photos and videos during the meetup that might be published online and that might include the participant. If the participant does not agree to points (1), (2) and (3), he or she should not order a ticket for the meetup.

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20, Oskar-von-Miller-Ring

80333 Munich

Germany

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