GENIVI All Member Meeting & Open Community Days

Empowering a Connected Car Community

On October 18-21, 2016 the GENIVI Alliance membership and interested non-member participants will gather for our All Member Meeting & Open Community Days at the Hyatt Regency SFO in Burlingame, California. 

The GENIVI Alliance and its global development community will gather to explore the alliance’s most recent technology advancements in open source in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) and connected car software.  Program themes include:

         - Connected vehicles in the context of smart cities, smart infrastructure, and 
            smart transportation

         - Connecting vehicles to the cloud and the huge potential of big data

         - Start-ups and the innovation they can bring to the automotive industry

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ALL MEMBER MEETING (Tuesday, October 18)

GENIVI members will exchange updates on progress made since the last event, understand the priorities and plans for the months, and most importantly, meet face-to-face as a globally distributed community for networking and productive dialog.

OPEN COMMUNITY DAYS (Wednesday-Friday, October 19-21)

Non-member attendees will join the event for a relevant and informative two-day program that gives the audience practical insights into the current status and future direction of connected car technologies.  This program will explore how vehicles need to adapt to a highly connected world consisting of smart cities with smart and flexible transportation options.  The program will also take full advantage of proximity to local technology organizations, both large and small as we discover the value start-ups and innovation can play in the future of the transportation industry.  

Wednesday, October 19, closes with our demonstration showcase and reception where 45+ member companies will show their latest advancements and products using GENIVI technologies.  And it would not be a GENIVI event without technical breakouts on GENIVI software development projects and hands-on tutorials, the latter of which extends into Friday morning.

Invited Speakers include

Wednesday, October 19

Tina Quigley, General Manager
Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC)

Tina Quigley, General Manager with the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) will be speaking on integrating vehicles into the connected city infrastructure on Wednesday, October 19 at 9:00 am. 

Wednesday, October 19

Marten Mickos, CEO  
HackerOne, Inc.

Marten Mickos from HackerOne, Inc. the leading vulnerability coordination and bug bounty platform, will be speaking on security and how to find system vulnerabilities and avoid malicious attacks in connected cars on Wednesday, October 19 at 4:30 pm. 

Jack Weast
Principal Engineer and Chief Systems Engineer for Autonomous Driving Solutions 
Intel Corporation  

Hubert Belser
VP of the Chief Technology Office
Wind River

Wednesday, October 19
Panel Discussion - Driving into Smart Cities, Smart Homes, and Big Data

Andy Gryc, Co-founder
CX3 Marketing

Join us as we talk to three leading experts on how cars equipped with IVI systems need to evolve to be more connected.  We will explore how big data, smart cities, and smart homes will be impacting automotive and vice versa. Moderated by Andy Gryc from CX3 Marketing, we will cover these topics with our analysts to see where we’re going and how we get there in this interactive 90-minute session starting at 2:45pm.



Praveen Chandrasekar, Frost & Sullivan

Jeffrey Hannah, SBD

Mark Fitzgerald, Strategy Analytics

Moderator: Andy Gryc, CX3 Marketing