Advancing Vehicle Data and Service Standards to Deliver Value to the Industry
We welcome you to participate in our next GENIVI Virtual All Member Meeting (AMM), which will be hosted on 4-7 May 2021 as an online digital experience. As with all our events, the program will be a unique blend of trends and business topics followed by a variety of technical workshops. This program content is open to GENIVI members and guests.
So, what can you expect at our upcoming 21st edition of a GENIVI Virtual AMM?
First, the Common Vehicle Interface Initiative (CVII) is gaining great momentum from a technical standpoint. More on that below. Portions of the first two days (4-5 May) will emphasize the potential business value that CVII deliverables offer our members and the industry broadly. You may have heard much about vehicle data monetization, but vehicle data, when coupled with vehicle service definitions, can produce great business value to OEMs and their suppliers, even before third-party applications are considered.
Second, GENIVI will hold working sessions for the four current active tracks of the CVII project, including vehicle data models, vehicle service catalogs, technology stack development (tooling), and essential alignment to other organizations.
Finally, GENIVI is also active in Android Automotive development, in-vehicle commerce (including both payments and EV-charging) as well as automotive cybersecurity. AMM participants can expect practical and informative sessions on these three topics as well.
We look forward to hosting our members, non-members, and partners from around the world at the GENIVI All Member Meeting, 4-7 May 2021, to discuss the opportunities offered from a common vehicle interface approach and a number of other relevant technology developments in GENIVI.
Register today for your spot to engage with industry leaders, partners, and prospective customers during the GENIVI Virtual AMM.
Welcome to the GENIVI AMM registration site. If you aren't sure of your companies level of membership, please check the attached list. GENIVI Member List by Level
Using the GENIVI/Swapcard Event site. Once you have registered, your information will be uploaded to Swapcard. You will then have immediate access to networking, and registering for all of the sessions during the four days. An email will be sent to you confirming your Swapcard access.
On days 1 & 2 the sessions are set to start in the CEST timezone. However, the on-demand sessions can be viewed at your leisure and some of the live roundtable sessions are available in all time zones.
VIRTUAL EVENT FAQ
Q. In what time zone will the event start?
A. This agenda is posted in the PDT time zone. Our plan is to run the sessions at convenient times for our member's locations. Once we open the Swapcard platform, the timezones will show up in your specific location so you won't miss a thing.
Q. How do I register for the virtual event?
A. You can register for the virtual event in several locations. The GENIVI wiki, main GENIVI website, or by selecting the “Register” button from the GENIVI AMM Registration . Follow the on-screen instructions by filling out the information required to register. This process will register you with a unique ID that lets us know that you should be receiving additional information regarding how to attend the conference via your computer or mobile device.
Q. Is there a cost to participate in the online experience for GENIVI Virtual All Member Meeting 2021?
A. There is no cost to you. The digital experience and content are free.
Q. Will I get access to the session content from the GENIVI Virtual All Member Meeting 2021?
A. Yes, we are planning to offer GENIVI Virtual All Member Meeting content online, and videos will be available for viewing on the Swapcard Video Library. More details about how you can access the videos will be announced soon.
When will I receive the instructions for attending the virtual event?
A. GENIVI is working diligently to prepare for this unique digital experience and will send you the necessary instructions within a couple of weeks of the event. Make sure that the email address associated with your registration is accurate and up to date so that there is no delay in receiving our communications.
Can my computer or mobile device handle the virtual event?
A. Most up-to-date computers and mobile devices such as laptops, desktops, and handheld tablets are capable of running the virtual event for you. You can also view the entire content of the event on the Swapcard/GENIVI mobile app.
What do I need to do on the day of the virtual event?
On the morning of the event, you will receive a reminder that will look a lot like the initial virtual event email that you will have received a couple of weeks prior to the event. This will also contain a link that will automatically direct you to the event page. You will be given access 15 minutes before the session starts.
Q. Will speakers share their session presentations?
A. We thank all GENIVI Virtual All Member Meeting speakers who have spent valuable time working on session content. All of the presentations and videos will be available through the GENIVI Alliance website, wiki, and the Swapcard Video Library. Speakers can also upload their presentations in the mobile app.
Q. How do I know if my company is a GENIVI Alliance member?
A. You can find out if your company is a member from the list below.
Q. Who should I contact for more information about the virtual event?
A. Please contact Karin Hanson at email@example.com with any other questions.
Q. Who should I contact for more information about becoming a SPONSOR?
A. Please contact Mike Nunnery at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.