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arrowOrange About Alcatel-Lucent

Alcatel-Lucent is the leading IP networking, ultra-broadband access and cloud technology specialist. We are dedicated to making global communications more innovative, sustainable and accessible for people, businesses and governments worldwide. Our mission is to invent and deliver trusted networks to help our customers unleash their value. Alcatel-Lucent provides the network equipment which enables the Internet of Things and the Connected Car. Learn more about our solutions for

– secure connectivity
– the management of vehicles via big data analytics and
– integrated communications in vehicles.

Every success has its network.

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arrowOrange About Bitkom

Bitkom is the Digital Association of Germany. Bitkom’ members offer a wide range of software technologies, IT-services, and telecommunications or internet services. They produce hardware and consumer electronics or operate in the sectors of digital media and the network industry. 78 percent of the companies’ head-quarters are located in Germany with an additional amount of 9 percent in other countries of the EU and 9 percent in the USA as well as 4 percent in other regions. Bitkom supports an innovative economic policy as well as a future-oriented network policy.


arrowOrange About Vodafone Automotive

Vodafone Automotive, part of Vodafone’s M2M business unit, is a leading provider of automotive products and services – which include InCar Telematics, Stolen Vehicle Tracking and Usage Based Insurance solutions – for vehicle manufacturers, insurance companies and fleets.​ We offer end to end solutions by developing and fully managing:

– The onboard telematics unit
– The SIM connectivity over the Vodafone network
– The telematics infrastructure
– The network of National Service Providers (NSPs) and Secure Operating Centres (SOCs) across 49 countries globally.