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

Happy to announce that the paper of Alexander Stocker and me was published* open access in the e&i journal (elektrotechnik und informationstechnik)

  • [PDF] [DOI] Stocker, A., & Kaiser, C.. (2016). Quantified car: potentials, business models and digital ecosystems. E & i elektrotechnik und informationstechnik, 133(7), 334–340.
    [Bibtex]
    @Article{e&i2016qcar,
    author="Stocker, Alexander
    and Kaiser, Christian",
    title="Quantified Car: potentials, business models and digital ecosystems",
    journal="e {\&} i Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik",
    year="2016",
    volume="133",
    number="7",
    pages="334--340",
    abstract="A modern vehicle is a ``computer on four wheels'' equipped with many different types of sensors. The so enabled continuous collection of vehicle lifecycle data facilitates the generation of innovative products, services and business models. In analogy to the Quantified-Self-movement, the USA has already evolved a plethora of Quantified Car startup companies backed by enormous amounts of risk capital, reaching more than 20 million USD in some cases. These developments clearly demonstrate how high investors perceive the market value of a working digital ecosystem for Quantified Car. This paper provides an introduction into the Quantified-Car-phenomenon and analyses the business models of three different Quantified-Car-startups: Automatic, Mojio, and Dash. One major finding is that their use cases, services and underlying technologies show many similarities. The paper closes with a discussion on the increasing competition between the players from the ICT and the automotive domain on the supremacy in the development of a digital ecosystem for Quantified Car.",
    issn="1613-7620",
    doi="10.1007/s00502-016-0429-3",
    url="http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00502-016-0429-3"
    }

Abstract:

A modern vehicle is a “computer on four wheels” equipped with many different types of sensors. The so enabled continuous collection of vehicle lifecycle data facilitates the generation of innovative products, services and business models. In analogy to the Quantified-Self-movement, the USA has already evolved a plethora of Quantified Car startup companies backed by enormous amounts of risk capital, reaching more than 20 million USD in some cases. These developments clearly demonstrate how high investors perceive the market value of a working digital ecosystem for Quantified Car. This paper provides an introduction into the Quantified-Car-phenomenon and analyses the business models of three different Quantified-Car-startups: Automatic, Mojio, and Dash. One major finding is that their use cases, services and underlying technologies show many similarities. The paper closes with a discussion on the increasing competition between the players from the ICT and the automotive domain on the supremacy in the development of a digital ecosystem for Quantified Car.

* as mentioned by Alex back then in November 16′ already here