Unite India 2018, a two day long yearly developer conference held by United Technologies, is witnessing a healthy car industry that's worthy of a lot of discussions. Sessions were held covering various subjects and Express Drives were invited as a part of the event. This is a recent conversation with United Technologies spokespeople Hubert Larenaudie, President of APAC and Global Head Distribution Platform, Andrew Bowell, Video President of Product, and Tim McDonough, General Manager of Automotive.
Unite India 2018 recently ended in Hyderabad with the participation of over a thousand delegates. The event was organized in association with the Government of Telangana’s India Joy that happens to be India’s biggest gaming and entertainment expo. The second edition of Unite India had a key focus on Industry 4.0, trends in automation with advancements in data exchange and a lot more. The automotive sector also witnessed a healthy interest and was a key area of discussion. A lot of sessions were hosted around the automotive space and Express Drives was invited to be a part of this event.
In order to understand the company’s plans in a better way and how its technologies and innovations will help in multiple areas in the automotive sector, we got a chance to interact with three key spokespersons from Unity Technologies - Hubert Larenaudie, President APAC & Global Head Distribution Platform, Andrew Bowell, Vice President Product and Tim McDonough, General Manager, Automotive.
Q1 - How the concept of virtual showrooms will help the customers in car buying and how Unity Technologies is contributing to it?
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