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1 Car Connectivity Summit 2013 Summit 2013 Opening Session Alan Ewing President and Executive Director, CCC

2 Welcome to Krakow!

3 Summit Agenda Overview Introduction Keynotes Session 1 – Ecosystem for 3 rd Party App Developers Session 2 – Success Factors in Content Creation Session 3 – Application Certification in CCC

4 CCC Was Founded in March of 2011 with key Automotive OEM, mobile handset and Tier 1 suppliers The MirrorLink 1.0 Specification was approved in June 2011 The name MirrorLink was selected and approved in September 2011 MirrorLink 1.0 Certification opened in September 2011 MirrorLink 1.1 Specification was approved in March 2012 Dozens of meetings, plugfests, and industry events Where Have We Been?

5 WHERE ARE WE NOW?

6 Membership Over 100 Member Companies! 13 Charter 27 Core 62 Adopter 11 Authorized Test Labs

7 Certification status: 487 products UniqueVariants Total Handsets a Head-units b a) 45 server products currently on the public listing page b) 41 client products currently on the public listing page Device Certification – MirrorLink ® 1.0

8 Trademark MirrorLink ® is a Global Trademark Registered in 51 of 121 countries Now registered in the United States!! Registered in 11 of 121 countries Filed in the US

9 MirrorLink ® 1.1 An Application Ecosystem for 3 rd Party App Developers with processes, guidelines and technology support Spreading the Word LA Auto Show – November ML 1.1 Plugfest – December Mobile World Congress - Feb Where Are We Going?

10 MirrorLink 1.1 Open For Business The MirrorLink 1.1 Device Certification Program is Open for Business! MirrorLink 1.1 Application Certification is Ready for Testing

11 Removing Distraction We all want fewer distracted drivers on the road Car context is unique and requires special UX design Applications need to be designed for in-car use Design guidelines for in-car application are complex Our response Common application development guidelines for in-car apps Transparency via certification process for connectivity and app The Next Big Thing - Applications

12 The Car Connectivity Consortium is a global collaboration forum to develop smartphone based connected-car solutions Membership is open to any company wishing to increase safety and innovation on today’s roads Solutions are not owned or governed by a single corporation Everyone can implement solutions which are operating system agnostic MirrorLink™ is not only a connectivity solution It is the open industry standard for Smartphone-Car integration It is proving access to Smartphone apps to car sensor data It is providing common application development guidelines for in-car apps It is providing transparency via certification process for connectivity and apps Summary

13 Our Host and Sponsors Thanks to our Sponsors: And our Host:

14 Comarch Welcome Mariusz Lasek Comarch Oy Vice President Cloud, Connectivity and Mobility

15 In brief Comarch is a SW House End-to-End IT solutions tailored to your Business Needs Public Company quoted on a Warsaw Stock Exchange

16 IT Leader in Central & Eastern Europe 4,000 Employees Most of them are highly experienced IT Engineers 40 subsidiaries in 23 countries Focus on Western Europe & North America Strong Portfolio of Products & Services Deliver innovative IT solutions to key sectors of the economy Telecommunication, Finance & Banking, SME, Utilities, Automotive

17 Cloud, Connectivity & Mobility Part of the Comarch Telco Business Group Our mission is to provide technical capabilities and enablers for the New Digital Age with Seamlessly Integrated Customer Experiences

18 Services  Business Continuity  Business Process Optimization  Cloud Computing  Customer Analytics Services  Data Center  Data Protection & Security  IT Audits  IT Integration  Managed Services  Mobile Channels  OSS/BSS Transformations  Outsourcing  Professional services  Training  Certification Test Systems Industries  Telecommunications  Retail  Transport & Tourism  Oil & Gas  Logistics  Banking  Capital Markets  Automotive  Financial Services  Insurance  Consumer Products  Industrial Manufacturing  Healthcare  Public Administration Product  BSS/OSS for Telecommunications  Business Intelligence  CRM  Customer Loyalty Management  Enterprise Content Management  Enterprise Marketing Management  Enterprise Resource Planning  IT Management  IT Security  M2M  Mobile Applications  Multi-enterprise Communication  Network & Service Management  Revenue Management & Billing  Risk Management  Sales Support  Supply Chain Management  Field Service Management  Cloud Service Management

19 Services  Business Continuity  Business Process Optimization  Cloud Computing  Customer Analytics Services  Data Center  Data Protection & Security  IT Audits  IT Integration  Managed Services  Mobile Channels  OSS/BSS Transformations  Outsourcing  Professional services  Training  Certification Test Systems Industries  Telecommunications  Retail  Transport & Tourism  Oil & Gas  Logistics  Banking  Capital Markets  Automotive  Financial Services  Insurance  Consumer Products  Industrial Manufacturing  Healthcare  Public Administration Product  BSS/OSS for Telecommunications  Business Intelligence  CRM  Customer Loyalty Management  Enterprise Content Management  Enterprise Marketing Management  Enterprise Resource Planning  IT Management  IT Security  M2M  Mobile Applications  Multi-enterprise Communication  Network & Service Management  Revenue Management & Billing  Risk Management  Sales Support  Supply Chain Management  Field Service Management  Cloud Service Management

20 Welcome To Kraków City of the Polish Kings Welcome To Comarch Please Enjoy the Car Connectivity Summit’ 2013!

21 General Manager for Cockpit, Safety, Infotainment EE Modules PSA Peugeot Citroën. Philippe Gicquel has over 18 years experience in automotive engineering in several departments. He started his career in Sept 1992 in BIW& Equipment design department of Citroën where he has been in charge of doors, hood, tailgate design for "Xsara" model. He quit Citroën in 1996 and started for EDAG, a German company, specialized in automotive engineering. He was in charge of the French subsidiary of EDAG. At this time, EDAG designed as subcontractor the combi version of Peugeot 206. (206 SW) In September 2002, Philippe Gicquel went back to PSA Peugeot Citroën. After two years in charge of engine and road noise in the NVH department, he worked on vehicle development process and simulations tools, and then, in October 2006, started as General Manager for Safety and Durability Specifications and Tests. In Sept.2010, he took his actual position in Electrical and Electronic Systems Direction. After graduating from "Ecole Centrale Paris" in June 1991, Philippe Gicquel worked for one year (as national duty) for French national agency in charge of atomic energy. (CEA) Keynote – Philppe Gicquel, PSA

22 The CEO and founder of jambit GmbH and HUML GmbH & Co KG (together with Markus Hartinger) has been the strategic innovation manager of the company since In many marketing, strategy and innovation workshops, Peter Fellinger employs his instinct and vision for the technology and media market profitably for customers and jambit. Through his own investments and as an active consultant for young startups, Peter Fellinger is particularly close to new technological developments and can therefore quickly assess innovation options. In addition to his management activities and commitment to entrepreneurship, this enthusiastic sportsman (kitesurfing, mountain biking, sailing and skiing) and musician is in demand as a speaker and discussion sparring partner at large and small events. Keynote – Peter Fellinger, HUML GmbH

23 Session 1: Ecosystems for 3rd Party App Developers - Dealing with Market Complexity Jack Bergquist Jack Bergquist is a Senior Analyst with IHS’ Automotive Group where he specialises in the car audio, infotainment, navigation and telematics markets. Jack is currently responsible for global infotainment forecasting with several years’ experience with the company. Jack holds a MEng (hons) degree in Automotive Engineering from The University of Sussex.

24 Antti Aumo Antti Aumo is Vice President Marketing at Ixonos, a creative solutions IT company. He leads the marketing efforts for new Ixonos services and products worldwide. Antti has 20 years’ versatile and international work experience in product portfolio management, product marketing and marketing communication. He has worked in management positions in several multinational companies, including Nokia and Landis+Gyr, in Finland and abroad. Session 2: Success Factors in Content Creation

25 Ed Pichon Ed serves the CCC as Project Manager for development efforts associated with the MirrorLink standard, coordinating the development of the tools needed to support device makers and application developers. He has over 15 years of test and systems engineering experience, working in the telecommunications, aerospace, defense and banking industries. His work has spanned a wide range of systems engineering tasks – from system architecture, design, and specification through to to test system design and automation. Ed is the Chief Technologist of E-Qualus Partners, LLC. Ed has a Master of Science in Systems Engineering from Southern Methodist University. Session 3: Application Certification in the Car Connectivity Consortium

26 THANK YOU


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