Published in Authority Magazine on February 2, 2023.
The automotive industry has been disrupted recently with new exciting technologies that have made cars and trucks much smarter, much safer, and much more sustainable and more environmentally friendly.
What other exciting disruptive technologies will we see in the next few years? How much longer will fossil fuel powered cars be produced? When will we see fully autonomous vehicles? Can we overcome the challenge of getting stuck in traffic? As cars become “moving computers”, do we have to worry about people hacking our cars? How else will our driving experience be different over the next five years? To address these questions, Authority Magazine started a new interview series about “Exciting Leading Edge Technologies That Are Making Cars & Trucks Smarter, Safer, and More Sustainable.” In this series we are talking to leaders of automotive companies, automotive tech companies, EV companies, and other tech leaders who can talk about the vehicles of the future. As a part of this series, I had the pleasure of interviewing Daniel Knobloch.
Daniel Knobloch is the vice president of the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC), a cross-industry organization advancing global technologies for smartphone-to-car connectivity solutions, such as the CCC Digital Key, and the lead engineer for wireless ecosystems at BMW of North America.
Daniel has served various roles during his five years at the CCC including being chair of both the ecosystem and technical working groups, two vital components to the advancement of the consortium. In his previous role as president of the CCC, Daniel led the global vision of the CCC Digital Key and gathered industry experts to support the ecosystem of over 177 members including major brands in vehicle and device industries.
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