David KnightDavid leads Terbine, the first commercial exchange for data encompassing the physical world, often called the Internet of Things. He is a serial entrepreneur with a background in core technologies including multi-spectral sensing and communications, digital audio, messaging, enterprise software and distributed systems. He previously served on the MIT-Stanford Venture Lab committee as well as the Caltech Enterprise Forum committee. An original executive of the Ansari XPRIZE, which literally launched the private spaceflight industry, he continues to promote STEM education through innovative large-scale projects including his philanthropic work with the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
Vehicle data monetization – widening the opportunity
The biggest opportunities are outside of the vehicle. Until now, discussions surrounding how to monetize data generated by vehicles have focused on the closed and narrow ecosystems consisting of the manufacturers, owners and dealerships. Going forward, several new applications are being built by third parties using the anonymized and aggregated data from thousands or millions of vehicles. In this session, we will talk about how data from cars is becoming vital to large logistics companies, training of autonomous delivery vans and drones, city-scale digital twins and more, and how vehicle makers and owners can derive revenue from it.