Connected Vehicles, a conference organised by European Voice, will take place on 18 September 2014 in Brussels. This one-day international event will discuss the main factors of vehicle connectivity with policy-makers and industry leaders of the sectors involved.

The European Parliament and the Council in May approved the deployment of the interoperable EU-wide eCall system. To allow Member States to adapt the necessary infrastructure, this emergency call system will have to be operational by October 2017. This legislation can be an opportunity to develop additional value-added services in vehicles and boost the connected car market.

However, connected vehicles can only be developed as part of a standardised eco-system. The development of the market also relies heavily on the ability of the industry and regulators to address data-related issues such as data protection and privacy and data ownership, as well as safety concerns.

The Connected Vehicle conference is therefore an opportunity to discuss the opportunities and challenges of this new market, explore viable multi-industry business models and share innovative ideas with pioneers in intelligent road transport.

More details about the conference are available at: www.ev-connectedvehicles.com

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Established by The Economist Group in 1995, European Voice provides essential, independent insight into the Brussels beltway for insiders and outsiders, both in print and online. As the leading source of news and analysis on key EU policies, laws and institutions, European Voice informs business leaders, policymakers and all those who have a stake in EU decisions. Our reporters cut through the complexity. They bridge the gap between technical minutiae and the big political picture. These values infuse our flagship weekly newspaper, our daily digital briefings and our live events.

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