1st ReVision Next Generation Vehicle Summit
6th-7th October 2021 Belle Salle Kudan Hall,Tokyo
＜Attend the venue or online＞
To fulfill future driver expectations and society needs, the passenger vehicle needs to be increasingly software-defined, electrified, intelligent and safe. What kind of strategies and technology development should automakers and industry players adopt in order to continue to create appealing passenger vehicles in the next 5-10 years?
This event is for automakers, parts suppliers, and their technology partners, who are focusing on evolving the vehicle through implementing leading CASE technologies and enhancing the user experience through leveraging data and creating services.
Vice President, Managing Officer & CSO
Executive Vice President,AI Robotics Business
Senior General Manager of AI Robotics Business Group
Sony Group Corporation
Executive Chief Engineer
Advanced Power Unit Energy Research Institute
Honda R&D Co.,Ltd.
Connected Technology Development and Service Operation Department
Connected Car and Services Engineering Division
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
Senior Director, Technology Specialist
Solution Planning & Development Division
Mobility Services Sales Group, Enterprise Group
Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd
Connected Vehicle Technology Department
Mobile Network Technical Development Division
Board Member, Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative (MOBI)
Senior Fellow, ITOCHU Research Institute Inc.
Insurance and Technology Group
SOMPO Research Institute Inc.
Japan Country Director
Velodyne Lidar, Inc.
Representative Commercial Director
Parkopedia Japan Limited
Senior Principal Technical Expert, Embedded Professional Service Japan
Atlatec Japan K.K.
Next Generation Business Development Department
SBD Automotive Japan
Sponsors & Exhibitors
Who should attend
This event is for individuals working to better CASE, vehicle development and the driver experience, who are involved in business strategy, planning, technology development, research, business development and partnerships, in the following kinds of company and organisation:
- Tier 1 suppliers
- Auto parts manufacturers
- Telecomms providers
- IT companies
- Soluion vendors
- Contents and connected service providers
- Sensor & recognition tech manufacturers
- AI & AD developers
- Voice recgonition tech developers
- Communication module manufacturers
- Semicon manufacturers
- Data solution providers
- Cloud-based tech/service providers
- Insurance companies
- Map developer
- Location-based service providers
- Trading companies
- University・research org.・government & local administration
- Market survey・consultant・think-tank
- Automotive industry media
|Event||1st ReVision Next Generation Vehicle Summit|
|Date||6th-7th October 2021|
|Venue||Bellesalle Kudan Hall, Sumitomo Realty & Development Kudan Building, 1-8-10 Kudankita, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0073 3F / 4F|
|Cost||Click for registration details
Payment accepted by transfer or credit card
|Max. 100 at venue
Max. 1000 online
The venue has capacity for 475 people, as such there will be ample space to comfortably enable social distancing throughout the 2-day event.
In addition, hand sanitizer and thermometers will be readily available and the venue will undergo a deep clean to ensure a safe and hygenic environment
The event will be broadcast live via Livestorm - no downloading or installation is required.
Recommended browsers are Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Safari, Opera; 5mps is the recommended connection speed for an optimal experience.
Attending via Livestorm is possible by mobile but the experience cannot be guaranteed
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After registering, you may change your means of attending, provided there is capacity to allow so
Presentation slides and panel discussion content will be made available to all attendees for a limited time, subsequent to the event
Note: There is a possibility attending will only be possible online depending on outside circumstances.
|Register||Click for registration
Registration will close once maximum numbers are reached
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