The quantified car topic is part of another big EU project named SCOTT (Secure COnnected Trustable Things), coordinated by Virtual Vehicle Research Center.

I’ve attended the SCOTT Kick Off meeting in Graz (group picture below) and will also attend the next plenary meeting in Porto.

Copyright: SCOTT project; EU Project SCOTT – Kick-Off Meeting in Graz, May 22-23, 2017 – SCOTT (Secure COnnected Trustable Things), a pan-European, 40 million Euro research project led by VIRTUAL VEHICLE with 57 key partners from 12 countries (incl. Brazil) will provide comprehensive cost-efficient solutions of wireless, end-to-end secure, trustworthy connectivity. The project will foster the European leadership for Smart and Connected Things and will strengthen Europe’s independence for security enabling components and systems. More information: www.scottproject.eu

We’ve published a new paper on the quantified car topic,

you can have a look at the paper, which is published in the proceedings of the of 2nd international conference on New Business Models in the following, pages 336-350:

  • [PDF] Kaiser, C., Stocker, A., Viscusi, G., Festl, A., Moertl, P., & Glitzner, M.. (2017). Quantified cars: an exploration of the position of ict start-ups vs. car manufacturers towards digital car services and sustainable business models. In Proceedings of 2nd international conference on new business models (pp. 336-350). ..
    [Bibtex]
    @inbook{nbm2017qcar,
    title = "Quantified Cars: An exploration of the position of ICT start-ups vs. car manufacturers towards digital car services and sustainable business models",
    author = "Kaiser, Christian and Stocker, Alexander and Viscusi, Gianluigi and Festl, Andreas and Moertl, Peter and Glitzner, Michael",
    year = "2017",
    pages = "336--350",
    booktitle = "Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on New Business Models",
    publisher = ".",
    url="https://www.slideshare.net/AEGISBigData/quantified-cars-an-exploration-of-the-position-of-ict-startups-vs-car-manufacturers-towards-digital-car-services-and-sustainable-business-models"
    }

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Here’s the workshop program of the fourth workshop „Smart Factories: Mitarbeiter-zentrierte Informationssysteme für die Zusammenarbeit der Zukunft“ in Regensburg (Germany).

MuC Workshop Program

 

The workshop is officially hosted as dissemination event of the 2 EU projects FACTS4WORKERS and Semi40.

Best, Christian

I’m the main organizer of the fourth workshop „Smart Factories: Mitarbeiter-zentrierte Informationssysteme für die Zusammenarbeit der Zukunft“ in Regensburg (Germany).

The workshop is officially hosted as dissemination event of the 2 EU projects FACTS4WORKERS and Semi40.

Find all the information (Call for Paper) at: http://facts4workers.eu/index.php/muc2017/

 

Best, Christian

I’m happy to announce that the abstract titled

„QUANTIFIED CARS: NOVEL DIGITAL SERVICES AND BUSINESS MODELS BASED ON VEHICLE DATA“

sent in for the session „Business Models in the Age of Digitalisation“ at the New Business Models Conference has been accepted.

Authors: Christian Kaiser, Alexander Stocker

We will now revise the abstract and hand in the final version.

 

Beside that we have submitted an abstract to the TRA (Transport Research Arena) conference in Vienna.

 

Best, Christian

Together with my colleagues Peter Mörtl and Alexander Stocker, I’ve attended the aegis* kick-off meeting in Berlin and presented the q-car idea as part of the demonstrator/pilot use case „automotive and road safety data“, where we use data from a self developed vehicle data logger (based on a beaglebone black single platine computer), develop algorithms on the aegis platform and a smartphone application. weiterlesen