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M2M Strategic Dialogue

Trends and strategic implications for the automotive industry

Developments in telemetry and particularly Next Generation Network Technologies have rapidly advanced offering Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solution capabilities which impact on regulators, governments and commercial players across multiple industries.

On the commercial front, the evolution of the connected vehicle industry is poised to transform automotive manufacturing, communications and the transport industries through an array of solutions ranging from passenger safety, vehicle tracking, fleet management, etolling, integrated transport, and the management of smart cities which include emergency services. M2M is set to become a multi trillion dollar industry globally and where the growth markets will come both from developed markets and the developing world.


Thursday, 17 October 2013


08h30 - 14h00


Deloitte InnovationZone, Building 33,
Woodlands Office Park, Woodmead


Click here to register

 M2M can equally help in overcoming basic challenges in addressing the Digital Divide through practical applications for medical diagnosis and treatment, safe drinking water, energy conservation and food security.

The potential of M2M communications is almost unlimited: Your attendance as a key decision maker will help us shape the dialogue and prepare South Africa for the exciting M2M based opportunities for both our local and global export market. We would be delighted to host you at our M2M Strategic Dialogue event, where we will engage in collaborative conversations with you and your industry peers unraveling the future of M2M and what it means to your business. The focus for this session will specifically focus on the impact of telecommunications on the automotive and transport industry.

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