TU Automotive 2019 to highlight radio’s place in the car

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WorldDAB is hosting a session at this year’s TU-Automotive Europe, the automotive event held in Munich on 29-30 October.

Titled The future of Radio? Will the Connected Car kill the Radio star?, the session will address radio’s role in the increasingly-connected car and  focus on how automotive manufacturers can enhance the natural benefits of radio, through navigation and content, and extend them into a world of on-demand and personalised audio experiences.

The session will draw upon the expertise of key industry stakeholders in the likes of Martin Koch, Head of Development, Infotainment, Audi AG and Antonio Arcidiacono, Director of Technology & Innovation, European Broadcasting Union, and will be moderated by Nick Piggott, RadioDNS for WorldDAB.

One of the most distinguished events in the automotive industry, TU Automotive will bring together over 500 attendees over two days on 29-30 October at the INFINITY Hotel & Conference Resort in Munich.

The future of Radio? Will the Connected Car kill the Radio star? session will take place on Tuesday 29 October at 16.30pm.

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This entry was posted on October 22, 2019 by in WorldDAB Project Office.

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