CeBIT

  • vw.automotiveIT
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    VW CIO touts possibilities of machine learning

    2017-03-23T11:34:53Z

    VW's Hofmann: Embrace machine learning or lose competitiveness (Photo: Claus Dick) HANOVER --Volkswagen CIO Martin Hofmann believes machine learning is coming into its own as a means to achieve significant digital innovation across all business areas. "Machine learning is no longer science fiction," Hofmann told the automotiveIT Congress. "It's ...

  • automotiveit
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    automotiveIT Congress - Hanover

    2017-01-18T11:52:04Z

    More than 500 people attended the 2016 automotiveIT Congress in Hanover (Photo: Claus Dick) This year's automotiveIT Congress, which will take place March 23 in Hanover, will focus on one of the biggest challenges facing the global car industry: How to move to a more agile IT approach. The ...

  • bmw.automotiveIT
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    automotiveIT Congress: BMW addresses disruptive innovation challenge

    2015-03-19T19:07:19Z

    CIO Klaus Straub says BMW IT is changing processes to address new digital challenges (Photo: Claus Dick) HANOVER - Silicon Valley is the source of various new disruptive technologies and the auto industry should treat these "with respect," BMW CIO Klaus Straub said Thursday. Carmakers are facing "dramatic changes," ...

  • cebit 2015.automotiveIT
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    CeBIT, Hanover

    2015-02-02T17:21:24Z

    (Photo: CeBIT) The annual CeBIT fair, which takes place March 16 through 20, will have a strong focus on the biggest trends shaping the digital economy. The event, which is billed as the leading trade fair for IT and the digital economy, will be officially opened on Sunday, March ...

  • automotiveIT Kongress
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    automotiveIT Congress - Hanover

    2014-11-17T18:37:50Z

    Around 500 automotive and IT executives each year attend the Hanover Congress (Photo: Claus Dick) The automotiveIT Group will host its annual Congress during the CeBIT high-tech fair in Hanover March 19, 2015. The event will focus on the new role IT is playing in tomorrow's car industry. It ...

  • Randy Mott.automotiveIT
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    Executive Report: GM CIO confident of progress in IT overhaul

    2014-03-10T10:05:12Z

    To build up his IT operations, Randy Mott has hired thousands of IT professionals over the past year (Photo: Larry A. Peplin) General Motors CIO Randy Mott is confident he's making progress in his three-year drive to overhaul IT operations at North America's largest automaker. In an interview with ...

  • vw winterkorn.automotiveIT
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    CeBIT: VW boss says "yes to big data," but warns for dangers

    2014-03-10T09:46:46Z

    VW CEO Winterkorn doesn't want the car to become a "data monster" (Photo: CeBIT) Volkswagen Group CEO Martin Winterkorn, opening Europe's biggest high-tech fair, strongly committed the automaker to a future of connected cars and more digitalization across the industry. In an opening address at the CeBIT fair in ...

  • automotiveIT Congress
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    automotiveIT Congress, Hanover

    2014-01-31T14:58:11Z

    About 500 executives attended the 2013 Congress (Photo: Claus Dick) The automotiveIT Congress will take place during the CeBIT high-tech fair in Hanover Thursday, March 13, with discussions set to focus on how IT is helping the auto industry adapt to new business realities. The one-day conference will feature ...

  • CeBIT-2011
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    CeBIT, Hanover

    2014-01-31T09:42:24Z

    Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn will  be one of the speakers at the opening of this year's CeBIT high-tech fair in Hanover March 9. Winterkorn will join German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister David Cameron as opening speakers at the annual event. Britain is CeBIT's official partner country ...

  • siemer gorriz daimler.automotiveIT
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    automotiveIT Congress: Daimler CIO lays out integrated approach to customers

    2013-03-07T16:12:25Z

    Siemer (l) and Gorriz explain Daimler's "Digital Life" to the automotiveIT Congress (Photo: Claus Dick) HANOVER - Daimler CIO Michael Gorriz said the premium car maker wants to establish multiple connections with its customers, running from the initial information gathering through the car purchase to the actual use of ...