The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) is dedicated to developing global standards for smartphone in-car connectivity. The CCC is also committed to the continued promotion and adoption of MirrorLink® certified products. As part of this mission, CCC holds one Summit per year which allows industry professionals to network and work together towards the common goal of making MirrorLink® the de facto standard.
Held across the world, the annual Summit gives participants the opportunity to connect with approximately 150 industry leaders. This is the only CCC hosted event that is open to the public. This event will include keynotes delivered by industry thought leaders, product demos, networking activities and updates on recent accomplishments and roadmaps.
Thank you to all for making this year another success!
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Alan Ewing, President - Car Connectivity Consortium
Standardization in Automotive Infotainment to Facilitate Time to Market
Philippe Gicquel, PSA Peugeot Citroën
The Future of Smart Device Connectivity
Andreas König, CTO - HUML GmbH & Co. KG
Session 1: Ecosystems for 3rd Party App Developers - Dealing with Market Complexity
Apps in Automotive - Future Opportunities and Business Cases: Jack Berqquist, IHS
The Challenging Business Model for Apps in the Car - Ralf Hug, Trajectory Group LLC
EC SafeApps Working Group - Theo Kamalski, TomTom
Location, Location, Location - Robert Hrabak, General Motors
Session 2: Success Factors in Content Creation
Seamless Integration of Apps and Services for a Driver-centric User Experience - Antti Aumo, Ixonos
Evaluation and Reduction of Driver Distraction and Divertion - Klaus Bengler, Technische Universität München
Success Factors in Content Creation?? Content = Context! - Marcin Beme, Audioteka
Session 3: Application Certification in CCC
Certifying Applications for MirrorLink - Ed Pichon, Program Manager - CCC
Technical Considerations of Application Certification - Jörg Brakensiek, Nokia
Code Samples and Demo - Piotr Janas, Comarch
Driver Workload Guidelines applied to MirrorLink™ Mobile Applications - Matthias Henning, Carmeq
Thank you to our sponsors!
Thank you to all who attended and made this year a success!
You may access the presentations from the event below.
Mika Rytkönen, CCC President and Chairman
Session 1 - MirrorLink's Place in the Connected Car
Juhani Jääskeläinen, European Commission - Cooperative Mobility and Connected Car: The European Strategy
Hideki Okano, Mazda Corporation -
Andy Koenig, jambit - GENIVI's Approach to MirrorLinkTM
Session 2 - MirrorLink's Place in the Connected Car
Jörg Brakensiek, Nokia - MirrorLinkTM in a Technical Nutshell
Christian Heinrich, Daimler - Fighting Driver Distraction: How to Achieve This for Nomadic Devices
Yoshiyuki Kakihara, Sony Corporation - Application Certification: Process, Criteria and Roadmap
Session 3 - Application Development in the MirrorLinkTM Ecosystem
Antti Aumo, Ixonos - Building the Ecosystem
Ralf Hug, Trajectory Group LLC - The Challenging Business Model for Connected Services Inside the Car
The Westin Tokyo
1-4-1 Mita Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8580
Live Interactive Demonstrations
Offered from 10:15AM - 5:30PM
AllGo Embedded Systems
Clarion Co., Ltd.
HuiZhou Desay SV Automotive Co., Ltd.
RACE IVI Suite - MirrorLink™ SDK Demonstration
MirrorLink™ Compatible Audio Visual Head-unit
Next Gate - MirrorLink™
Conformance Test System Demonstration
Hyundai Motor Company with MirrorLink™
Ixonos IVI Connect
HUML Reference IVI - MirrorLink™ Certified Client
MDS NeoLink Solution
MirrorLink™ 1.0.1/1.1 Qt Reference Client
Alternative video using H.264
Audio with Display - MirrorLink™
CCC Technical Workshop
Thursday, November 8 9:00AM - 12:00PM
KAEDE B - B1 Floor, Westin Tokyo
Presenter: Jörg Brakensiek, Chair of Technical Work Group, CCC
This half-day workshop will provide in-depth information on all different technical aspects of MirrorLink™; it will explain fundamentals and dependencies, will give background on decision made and will highlight in particular the new features being introduced. The Workshop provides the unique opportunity to discuss with and to raise questions to the Main Editor of the MirrorLink™ specifications.
High-Level MirrorLink™ Architecture
Advertising MirrorLink™ Devices and Applications
Remoting the User Interface
Integration of Audio
MirrorLink™ Client Profiles
Exchanging Car Data over MirrorLink™
Establishing a Trust Relationship between the Phone and the Head-Unit
Testing MirrorLink™ devices for Compliance