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Monday, May 27 • 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Web Standards - What do they Mean for the Automotive Industry? - Adam Abramski, Intel; Sam Sugimoto, W3C

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More and more of the world's developers are using web technology to create interesting, engaging and intriguing applications. They are looking at web technology as a cross platform language in which to write their apps. How do web standards help developers and in building an ecosystem? How can the automotive industry leverage the mobile app ecosystems? What do web standards mean to the automotive industry and how can it drive innovation? What problems can it solve? Who's interested and participating now? Should your company get involved and if so why? In this presentation, I plan to cover all these questions, as well as, to discuss what automotive web standards activities are already underway. Finally, I'll identify which web specifications could use some help, direction and influence from the automotive industry.

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Adam Abramski

Product Manager, Tizen IVI, Intel
Adam has 28 years of experience working in high tech. He first started at LSI Logic as a Computer Operator while working full time on getting his B.S. in Computer Science. For 13 of those 27 years, Adam spent working at Sun Microsystems in multiple disciplines from Engineering to... Read More →

Sam Sugimoto

Osamu "Sam" Sugimoto is the Asia Business Development Leader at W3CKeio University. In 1993 while he was working as a visiting scholar at Stanford University Electrical Engineering Department, he pioneered eCommerce in Japan specializing in selling books and media productsinto the... Read More →

Monday May 27, 2013 3:30pm - 4:20pm JST
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