Covid-19 transformed normal life and for quite some time, almost a year and a half, boundaries between living in the physical world and transcending into a quasi digital world blurred. Just a few months back, the idea to return soon to “normal life” appeared a bit optimistic. But, with lowering of face masks without fear, restrictions on movement becoming relaxed, there is a renewed confidence in the individuals, industry & government in finally being able to control the spread of Covid and its infection being shown the door. A mass return to work is expected and we have to make conscious efforts in all walks of our personal and professional life to embrace and adapt to a post-pandemic existence. Business and professionals have to reach out. The best way to reach large audiences is via a conference. Whether we wish to empower our hesitant workforce or host a gathering of industry leaders, a large-scale event utilises the powerful resonance of industry leaders to inspire action in the business world.
After a gap of one and a half years, Telematics Wire is launching the yearly international show in APAC, SecureThings presents Connected Vehicle 2022 (physical event) which is scheduled on 8 - 9 -10 March at Radisson Blu, Bengaluru.
#CV2022 is going to be the biggest conference and exhibition in APAC and another step towards readiness for data-driven mobility. In its 6th edition, the conference will cover themes like CASE, Road Safety, Connected Mobility, Vehicle Autonomy, Driver Behavior, Advanced Driver Assistance System, Emerging Technologies, Internet of Things, Cybersecurity, Automotive Telematics, Infrastructure, Digital Cockpit, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Blockchain and many more.
Join us at APAC's Biggest Connected & Autonomous Vehicle Conference & Exhibition and take your business to the next level in the post-pandemic world! :)
In our context, telematics-enabled mobility is the key to the implementation of Intelligent Transportation System, which is expected to drive the future of connected transportation.Covid-19 transformed normal life and for quite some time, almost a year and a half, boundaries between living in the physical world and transcending into a quasi digital world blurred.