Bright Box, a global vendor of connected vehicle services, will be participating at Connected Car Japan 2017 - Asia's Leading Exhibition for Connected Car Technologies, taking place in Tokyo, on January 18-20. This exhibition features all kinds of IT solutions, Apps and Services for connected cars. Top automotive engineers discuss Autonomous Driving, AI, FCV, Connected cars, Lightweight technologies and Development story of renowned cars.
On the third day of the event, Ivan Mishanin, CEO of Bright Box, will present a report called "How Connected Cars Will Change Industry" in the Connected Car forum. Most of the analysts in the automotive industry agree that connectivity is changing the user experience and will change industry. Also connectivity is changing the structure of the OEM. IT \ R & D deeply integrated with the business and will effect on strategy. This means that IT is involved in all of the business processes of automakers, and connectivity is becoming a factor that influences the choice of vehicle and generates its own revenue. 20% of customers will opt for connectivity when buying a new vehicle.
From January 18-20 at the Connected Car Japan 2017, participants will be able to see the latest developments by the European company Bright Box: the Remoto connected car platform and Remoto Pilot, a new self-driving car solution. At Booth No. #E44-10 attendees will be given the chance to control the functions of car located in Moscow. The platform will allow attendees to control a KIA Quoris equipped with a demo installation of Remoto from a smartphone.
A demonstration of the connected vehicle solution will be conducted from the Bright Box booth in Tokyo on a car that is located in Moscow. Each visitor will be able to switch on the ignition, open the doors or turn on the heating using the application.
Remoto comes with all the necessary components: a certified telematics control unit to install in your vehicle, a web-based control panel, which allows the manufacturer to monitor the condition of the car and obtain information about it, as well as a custom application for the vehicle owner. The latter will allow the user to control the vehicle remotely and turn on the air conditioner using the remote control function found in the smartphone app without having to actually go to your vehicle or track its location.
Also Bright Box introduces a self-driving car solution with a neural network that learns extreme driving through computer games. Remoto Pilot, a new self-driving car solution, features safe, reliable road/lane following as well as real-time detection and avoidance of various obstacles such as cars and pedestrians. The key enabling technology for high efficiency autonomous driving capability of Remoto Pilot is the use of stereo vision in combination with advanced computer vision algorithms based on neural networks. Combined with the use of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) and high-definition (HD) maps, this technology enables the possibility of fully autonomous car operation.
Remoto has already been successfully deployed by several automakers, including Infiniti, KIA, and Nissan. The "connected car" platform from bright box is in trial operation by many vehicle manufacturers around the world, from Europe through the Middle East to Asia. Previously, the platform was presented at Connected Car exhibitions in Amsterdam, TU-Automotive in Berlin, Connected Vehicles in Shanghai, and the Frankfurt Motor Show. In Europe the Remoto servers are located in Amsterdam and run on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.
Details for the panel below:
When: January 20, 16:00pm - 16:30pm
What: Connected Cars - How It Will Change the Industry?
Who: Ivan Mishanin, CEO, Bright Box