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“Pay by Car” Will Driverless Cars become our Malls of Tomorrow? - May 23,2017 - Menlo Park, CA
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“Pay by Car”

Will Driverless Cars Become our Malls of Tomorrow?

  

 

 

May 23, 2017

5:30pm to 8:30pm

 

 

  

Hosted by: Exponent

 

 

 

 

Exponent Offices, 149 Commonwealth Dr, Menlo Park, CA

 

 

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The automobile industry is in the midst of big transformations. After years of incremental improvements, companies like Tesla, Google are complete game changers, bringing to market cars or solutions for cars never seen before. They are not the only ones in this group and companies like Baidu, NVIDIA, Mobileye (acquired by Intel) are also actively involved.

Incumbent car manfacturers are trying to fight back and it is no suprise here that so many now have established Innovation Labs and R&D centers in Silicon Valley.

Even companies like Uber are trying to leverage the technological advancements in self driving cars to, in the long term, get rid of its gigantic pool of drivers if they can. Even Apple just received its self-driving car permit according to Recode.

If the trends continue, we won't have to spend hours in our cars to commute everyday or for long distance trips. So what are we going to do? That's where commerce and payments enter the landscape and present a huge opportunity.

Cars may become the next Marketplace, at least that's what we believe at The BayPay Forum. Cars may well benefit from the convergence of today's technologies in commerce to transform an object of transportation or leasure into a commerce environment.

We are gathering for this event executives who are working on the cars of tomorrow to foster ideas in Innovation in Payments and Commerce.

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This event is part of our series of events on Mobility Commerce Trend.

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AGENDA

5:30 PM Registration
6:30 PM Announcement
6:40 PM Panel discussion
  Erdal Yazmaci, Co-founder at Cardtek
  Jörg Brakensiek, Chief Architect at Car Connectivity Consortium LLC
  Imran A Hajimusa, VP Business & Technology at Verifone
  Adam Powers, Technical Director at FIDO Alliance
  Panel moderated by Christopher Williams, Ph.D., Senior Associate, Statistical & Data Sciences at Exponent Inc.
8:00 PM  Networking
8:30 PM  End of Session
 

PANELISTS

 

Erdal Yazmaci

Co-founder at Cardtek  

Erdal Yazmaci is highly-motivated professional with broad expertise in payment systems. He is founder at Cardtek having 16 years of experience in various management roles including business development, partner management, sales and marketing. He led Cardtek from a startup company to an international solution provider. He took role in development of products which have been sold in 26 countries. He has subject matter expertise on EMV, NFC and digital payment and provided 40+ trainings globally.

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Jörg Brakensiek

Chief Architect at Car Connectivity Consortium LLC

 

Dr. Jörg Brakensiek has 20+ years of experience in wireless and automotive, with a strong desire to explore and develop connected Smart Devices – in-Vehicle experiences, enabling choices for the consumer and opportunities for service providers. He created MirrorLink®, a car connectivity technology, giving consumers access to their Smartphone applications, while driving, and helped build an eco-system around it. Jörg spend many years at Nokia, both in Germany and Silicon Valley, and at Microsoft. He currently serves as the Chief Architect for the Car Connectivity Consortium, which is expanding beyond MirrorLink into new areas like Digital Key. Being in the Silicon Valley, Jörg is also the Chief Architect and Co-founder of Wivity a start-up bringing universal connectivity to industrial IoT

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Imran A Hajimusa

VP Business & Technology at Verifone

 

Imran is a global technology and business leader with 20+ years of experience working and living in Singapore, Germany and USA. He has a strong background in mobile, payment, security, authentication, connectivity, broadband, consumer and networking industry. In his various leadership roles at Siemens, Infineon, Lantiq, and NXP as VP, GM and President he is known for driving new markets and providing simple solutions for daily life problems by reducing the friction in use of the technology. In his current role as VP of Business & Technology at Verifone, he is leading innovative solutions for payments and security. He is also a faculty member (adjunct) at Santa Clara University (SCU) and University of Santa Cruz (UCSC) focusing on mobile payments, e-commerce security and cryptocurrency. He holds an M.S. in computer engineering from University of Southern California (USC) and has completed Global Management Development from Babson College.

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Adam Powers

Technical Director at FIDO Alliance

 

Adam Powers is a technology executive with 20 years of experience leading standards and technology development for global organizations. Adam currently serves as the Technical Director of the FIDO Alliance, the non-profit organization developing standards for stronger, simpler authentication. As Technical Director, Adam facilitates the development and publication of all FIDO authentication standards. He also is responsible for establishing the FIDO certification program, which he now manages daily. Through these roles, Adam has helped position FIDO authentication as the global standard for strong authentication and enabled the successful deployment of over 200 FIDO implementations with major services including Google, Facebook, Docomo, Dropbox, and GitHub.

Prior to his role at the FIDO Alliance, Adam led global technology and strategy in executive roles in the communications industry including Rovi and Rambus, where he developed and successfully launched new communications technologies and managed dozens of standards and thousands of patents. Adam has served in over 30 standards and government organizations including the Federal Communication Commission (FCC), Consumer Technology Association (CTA), Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA), and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

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MODERATOR

Christopher Williams, Ph.D.

Senior Associate, Statistical & Data Sciences at Exponent Inc.

 

Dr. Williams specializes in the implementation and evaluation of information assurance and data collection techniques to solve emerging problems around transaction security and privacy in the IoT, fintech, and transportation. Dr. Williams has diverse scientific experience with expertise in systems integration, instrumentation, experimental design, and real-time data acquisition with a focus on systematic error mitigation. He has applied his expertise to validate standards compliance in secure messaging protocols between a smart card and host; and to study the integration of commercial cryptography solutions into a government approved authentication infrastructure for mobile platforms.

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Location Exponent Offices, 149 Commonwealth Dr Menlo Park, CA

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Tuesday 23 May 2017, 05:30pm - 08:30pm
   
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