Driving the Future

Welcome to Driving the Future, a podcast about where the automotive industry is going, how companies can keep up with the rapidly changing business, and how to shape it for the future.

Show Notes

Connected services are becoming ever more important for OEMs as they look to help their customers monitor various strands of data associated with their fleets. But in this large and complex field, it can be difficult for manufacturers to know which connected services are the most important to choose, and how best to get companies to pay for these services. In this episode of Capgemini Automotive, we’ll delve into how connected services can provide data monetization for OEMs, and the significance of this in the sector, both now and in the future. We’ll discuss the best ways to overcome the issues all this produces, we’ll get into the detail of each different service and when to offer each, all in order to give a full view of this vital part of the commercial vehicles industry.

This Week's Guests
Nic Tat is a new Director of our automotive team here at Capgemini Invent. Nic is into all things smart and connected: homes, vehicles, mobility, even cities, with real expertise in how connected services are being utilised in the realms of electromobility and beyond.

Courtney Ercolino is another of our Senior Managers here at Capgemini, whose work focuses on Smart Products & New Business Models.

What is Driving the Future?

Driving the Future is a podcast about where the automotive industry is going, and how not only to keep up with the rapidly changing business, but to shape it.

Fueled by such factors as the climate crisis and the digital revolution, the automotive industry is changing. Whether we’re talking about autonomous cars and electric vehicles or the new customer experiences that digital technologies enable, whether it’s transforming from being an auto manufacturer into an organization that provides mobility services, the map of the industry is being re-drawn. Are you going to follow the path that others lay out, or grab the wheel and shape the future of mobility yourself? The promise of technology is big, but how do you get there?