5G Will Enable:

Smart Transportation

Twice the progress, half the time

Imagine your team is walking out the door to a meeting across town when a prospective client calls. Instead of rescheduling the conversation, you order a videoconferencing vehicle to transport the team and enable you to pitch the prospect simultaneously. The meeting goes off without a hitch. The video quality and connection are just as reliable as in your office, and you are able to conduct business more efficiently.

The is the future with 5G connected transportation.

During CES 2019, experts, technology innovators, and company leaders will unveil their latest insights and breakthroughs in navigating the way toward that future. Here are major themes attendees should gear up for:

Fueled Innovation

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) promises to unlock new business opportunities across verticals.

Accelerated Productivity

Autonomous cars will mean less time spent on the road and more on top priorities.

Streamlined Sustainability

Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications will set strategic traffic management in motion.

Shored Up Safety

Copy TBD

Fueled Innovation

5G technology is reinventing transportation as we know it. Secure and sliceable networks powered by [general tech of relevant target customer] are laying the groundwork for a new Passenger Economy estimated to reach $7 Trillion by 2050. With MaaS on the horizon, new business opportunities and verticals are beginning to emerge. In fact, [company/target doing something in the space]. (Car companies; sensors; backward and forward logistics; software providers to track sensors; carriers:  cost-effective data plans to cover millions of sensors Hardware, software. Gather/analyzing data.)

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

CES Speakers to See:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

Accelerated Productivity

Autonomous cars and service vehicles will soon be commonplace on our roadways. Edge computing and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications, which require [general tech of relevant target customer], are enabling everyday travelers to save time and spend more hours on priorities. For example, research from Carnegie Mellon University’s study on smart traffic signals indicates that 5G connectivity can shorten commutes by 26%.

Streamlined Sustainability

5G connected transportation is setting strategic traffic management in motion. V2X communication with smart cameras and sensors can empower cars to reroute around traffic accidents and sail into open parking spaces. Fleets of vehicles can move in aerodynamic platooning formations, which lowers fuel use by 10%. With 21% fewer cars on the road in general, we’ll dramatically reduce our collective carbon footprint. [Something about a company who makes one piece of the ecosystem like a camera or sensor?]

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

Shored Up Safety

[TBD] …  For example, Bosch Mobility Solutions has developed a V2V communication system for motorcycles. The company predicts the technology could prevent one-third of all motorcycle accidents.

Smart Transportation

Twice the progress, half the time

Imagine your team is walking out the door to a meeting across town when a prospective client calls. Instead of rescheduling the conversation, you order a videoconferencing vehicle to transport the team and enable you to pitch the prospect simultaneously. The meeting goes off without a hitch. The video quality and connection are just as reliable as in your office, and you are able to conduct business more efficiently.

The is the future with 5G connected transportation.

During CES 2019, experts, technology innovators, and company leaders will unveil their latest insights and breakthroughs in navigating the way toward that future. Here are major themes attendees should gear up for:

Fueled Innovation

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) promises to unlock new business opportunities across verticals.

Accelerated Productivity

Autonomous cars will mean less time spent on the road and more on top priorities.

Streamlined Sustainability

Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications will set strategic traffic management in motion.

Shored Up Safety

Copy TBD

Fueled Innovation

5G technology is reinventing transportation as we know it. Secure and sliceable networks powered by [general tech of relevant target customer] are laying the groundwork for a new Passenger Economy estimated to reach $7 Trillion by 2050. With MaaS on the horizon, new business opportunities and verticals are beginning to emerge. In fact, [company/target doing something in the space]. (Car companies; sensors; backward and forward logistics; software providers to track sensors; carriers:  cost-effective data plans to cover millions of sensors Hardware, software. Gather/analyzing data.)

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

CES Speakers to See:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

Accelerated Productivity

Autonomous cars and service vehicles will soon be commonplace on our roadways. Edge computing and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications, which require [general tech of relevant target customer], are enabling everyday travelers to save time and spend more hours on priorities. For example, research from Carnegie Mellon University’s study on smart traffic signals indicates that 5G connectivity can shorten commutes by 26%.

Streamlined Sustainability

5G connected transportation is setting strategic traffic management in motion. V2X communication with smart cameras and sensors can empower cars to reroute around traffic accidents and sail into open parking spaces. Fleets of vehicles can move in aerodynamic platooning formations, which lowers fuel use by 10%. With 21% fewer cars on the road in general, we’ll dramatically reduce our collective carbon footprint. [Something about a company who makes one piece of the ecosystem like a camera or sensor?]

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

Shored Up Safety

[TBD] …  For example, Bosch Mobility Solutions has developed a V2V communication system for motorcycles. The company predicts the technology could prevent one-third of all motorcycle accidents.

Smart Transportation

Twice the progress, half the time

Imagine your team is walking out the door to a meeting across town when a prospective client calls. Instead of rescheduling the conversation, you order a videoconferencing vehicle to transport the team and enable you to pitch the prospect simultaneously. The meeting goes off without a hitch. The video quality and connection are just as reliable as in your office, and you are able to conduct business more efficiently.

The is the future with 5G connected transportation.

During CES 2019, experts, technology innovators, and company leaders will unveil their latest insights and breakthroughs in navigating the way toward that future. Here are major themes attendees should gear up for:

Fueled Innovation

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) promises to unlock new business opportunities across verticals.

Accelerated Productivity

Autonomous cars will mean less time spent on the road and more on top priorities.

Streamlined Sustainability

Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications will set strategic traffic management in motion.

Shored Up Safety

Copy TBD

Fueled Innovation

5G technology is reinventing transportation as we know it. Secure and sliceable networks powered by [general tech of relevant target customer] are laying the groundwork for a new Passenger Economy estimated to reach $7 Trillion by 2050. With MaaS on the horizon, new business opportunities and verticals are beginning to emerge. In fact, [company/target doing something in the space]. (Car companies; sensors; backward and forward logistics; software providers to track sensors; carriers:  cost-effective data plans to cover millions of sensors Hardware, software. Gather/analyzing data.)

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

CES Speakers to See:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

Accelerated Productivity

Autonomous cars and service vehicles will soon be commonplace on our roadways. Edge computing and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications, which require [general tech of relevant target customer], are enabling everyday travelers to save time and spend more hours on priorities. For example, research from Carnegie Mellon University’s study on smart traffic signals indicates that 5G connectivity can shorten commutes by 26%.

Streamlined Sustainability

5G connected transportation is setting strategic traffic management in motion. V2X communication with smart cameras and sensors can empower cars to reroute around traffic accidents and sail into open parking spaces. Fleets of vehicles can move in aerodynamic platooning formations, which lowers fuel use by 10%. With 21% fewer cars on the road in general, we’ll dramatically reduce our collective carbon footprint. [Something about a company who makes one piece of the ecosystem like a camera or sensor?]

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

Shored Up Safety

[TBD] …  For example, Bosch Mobility Solutions has developed a V2V communication system for motorcycles. The company predicts the technology could prevent one-third of all motorcycle accidents.

Smart Transportation

Twice the progress, half the time

Imagine your team is walking out the door to a meeting across town when a prospective client calls. Instead of rescheduling the conversation, you order a videoconferencing vehicle to transport the team and enable you to pitch the prospect simultaneously. The meeting goes off without a hitch. The video quality and connection are just as reliable as in your office, and you are able to conduct business more efficiently.

The is the future with 5G connected transportation.

During CES 2019, experts, technology innovators, and company leaders will unveil their latest insights and breakthroughs in navigating the way toward that future. Here are major themes attendees should gear up for:

Fueled Innovation

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) promises to unlock new business opportunities across verticals.

Accelerated Productivity

Autonomous cars will mean less time spent on the road and more on top priorities.

Streamlined Sustainability

Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications will set strategic traffic management in motion.

Shored Up Safety

Copy TBD

Fueled Innovation

5G technology is reinventing transportation as we know it. Secure and sliceable networks powered by [general tech of relevant target customer] are laying the groundwork for a new Passenger Economy estimated to reach $7 Trillion by 2050. With MaaS on the horizon, new business opportunities and verticals are beginning to emerge. In fact, [company/target doing something in the space]. (Car companies; sensors; backward and forward logistics; software providers to track sensors; carriers:  cost-effective data plans to cover millions of sensors Hardware, software. Gather/analyzing data.)

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

CES Speakers to See:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

Accelerated Productivity

Autonomous cars and service vehicles will soon be commonplace on our roadways. Edge computing and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications, which require [general tech of relevant target customer], are enabling everyday travelers to save time and spend more hours on priorities. For example, research from Carnegie Mellon University’s study on smart traffic signals indicates that 5G connectivity can shorten commutes by 26%.

Streamlined Sustainability

5G connected transportation is setting strategic traffic management in motion. V2X communication with smart cameras and sensors can empower cars to reroute around traffic accidents and sail into open parking spaces. Fleets of vehicles can move in aerodynamic platooning formations, which lowers fuel use by 10%. With 21% fewer cars on the road in general, we’ll dramatically reduce our collective carbon footprint. [Something about a company who makes one piece of the ecosystem like a camera or sensor?]

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

Shored Up Safety

[TBD] …  For example, Bosch Mobility Solutions has developed a V2V communication system for motorcycles. The company predicts the technology could prevent one-third of all motorcycle accidents.

Smart Transportation

Twice the progress, half the time

Imagine your team is walking out the door to a meeting across town when a prospective client calls. Instead of rescheduling the conversation, you order a videoconferencing vehicle to transport the team and enable you to pitch the prospect simultaneously. The meeting goes off without a hitch. The video quality and connection are just as reliable as in your office, and you are able to conduct business more efficiently.

The is the future with 5G connected transportation.

During CES 2019, experts, technology innovators, and company leaders will unveil their latest insights and breakthroughs in navigating the way toward that future. Here are major themes attendees should gear up for:

Fueled Innovation

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) promises to unlock new business opportunities across verticals.

Accelerated Productivity

Autonomous cars will mean less time spent on the road and more on top priorities.

Streamlined Sustainability

Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications will set strategic traffic management in motion.

Shored Up Safety

Copy TBD

Fueled Innovation

5G technology is reinventing transportation as we know it. Secure and sliceable networks powered by [general tech of relevant target customer] are laying the groundwork for a new Passenger Economy estimated to reach $7 Trillion by 2050. With MaaS on the horizon, new business opportunities and verticals are beginning to emerge. In fact, [company/target doing something in the space]. (Car companies; sensors; backward and forward logistics; software providers to track sensors; carriers:  cost-effective data plans to cover millions of sensors Hardware, software. Gather/analyzing data.)

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

CES Speakers to See:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

Accelerated Productivity

Autonomous cars and service vehicles will soon be commonplace on our roadways. Edge computing and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications, which require [general tech of relevant target customer], are enabling everyday travelers to save time and spend more hours on priorities. For example, research from Carnegie Mellon University’s study on smart traffic signals indicates that 5G connectivity can shorten commutes by 26%.

Streamlined Sustainability

5G connected transportation is setting strategic traffic management in motion. V2X communication with smart cameras and sensors can empower cars to reroute around traffic accidents and sail into open parking spaces. Fleets of vehicles can move in aerodynamic platooning formations, which lowers fuel use by 10%. With 21% fewer cars on the road in general, we’ll dramatically reduce our collective carbon footprint. [Something about a company who makes one piece of the ecosystem like a camera or sensor?]

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

Shored Up Safety

[TBD] …  For example, Bosch Mobility Solutions has developed a V2V communication system for motorcycles. The company predicts the technology could prevent one-third of all motorcycle accidents.

Smart Transportation

Twice the progress, half the time

Imagine your team is walking out the door to a meeting across town when a prospective client calls. Instead of rescheduling the conversation, you order a videoconferencing vehicle to transport the team and enable you to pitch the prospect simultaneously. The meeting goes off without a hitch. The video quality and connection are just as reliable as in your office, and you are able to conduct business more efficiently.

The is the future with 5G connected transportation.

During CES 2019, experts, technology innovators, and company leaders will unveil their latest insights and breakthroughs in navigating the way toward that future. Here are major themes attendees should gear up for:

Fueled Innovation

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) promises to unlock new business opportunities across verticals.

Accelerated Productivity

Autonomous cars will mean less time spent on the road and more on top priorities.

Streamlined Sustainability

Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications will set strategic traffic management in motion.

Shored Up Safety

Copy TBD

Fueled Innovation

5G technology is reinventing transportation as we know it. Secure and sliceable networks powered by [general tech of relevant target customer] are laying the groundwork for a new Passenger Economy estimated to reach $7 Trillion by 2050. With MaaS on the horizon, new business opportunities and verticals are beginning to emerge. In fact, [company/target doing something in the space]. (Car companies; sensors; backward and forward logistics; software providers to track sensors; carriers:  cost-effective data plans to cover millions of sensors Hardware, software. Gather/analyzing data.)

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

CES Speakers to See:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

Accelerated Productivity

Autonomous cars and service vehicles will soon be commonplace on our roadways. Edge computing and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications, which require [general tech of relevant target customer], are enabling everyday travelers to save time and spend more hours on priorities. For example, research from Carnegie Mellon University’s study on smart traffic signals indicates that 5G connectivity can shorten commutes by 26%.

Streamlined Sustainability

5G connected transportation is setting strategic traffic management in motion. V2X communication with smart cameras and sensors can empower cars to reroute around traffic accidents and sail into open parking spaces. Fleets of vehicles can move in aerodynamic platooning formations, which lowers fuel use by 10%. With 21% fewer cars on the road in general, we’ll dramatically reduce our collective carbon footprint. [Something about a company who makes one piece of the ecosystem like a camera or sensor?]

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

CES Tech to Watch:

Legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius claritas est etiam processus.

Shored Up Safety

[TBD] …  For example, Bosch Mobility Solutions has developed a V2V communication system for motorcycles. The company predicts the technology could prevent one-third of all motorcycle accidents.