Insights to action why you want ADAS map data with speed limits

WEBINAR October 1, 2020 – 4:00pm CEST / 10:00am EDT

Insights to action – why you want ADAS map data with speed limits

Speeding has always been a leading cause of road accidents. To help save lives, Europe introduced new legislation that will make Intelligent Speed Assistance mandatory for new vehicles by 2022.

TomTom ADAS Map data for advanced driver-assistance systems plays a key role in meeting these new safety regulations, improving NCAP vehicle safety ratings, and ultimately making roads safer.

Speeding and aggressive driving also leads to increased energy consumption by vehicles. TomTom ADAS Map data enable optimization of the vehicle energy use, with no sacrifice of travel time to the destination.

Join our webinar to find out exactly how the TomTom ADAS Map can help you increase vehicle safety and energy efficiency, and learn from ADAS use cases with speed limits.

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During the 45-minutes webinar, TomTom experts and our special guest speaker from Delphi Technologies will present the following topics, followed by an open Q&A where you can ask any questions.


George de Boer, TomTom

TomTom ADAS Map products

Vincent Demuynck, TomTom

Speed limits use cases

Kris Kobylinski, TomTom

Customer use case – Delphi Technologies

Karim Aggoune, Delphi Technologies

George de Boer

George de Boer

Global Director of Marketing Automotive

George oversees TomTom’s strategy and marketing for the automotive industry. He is one of Europe’s leading automotive experts, and highly committed to TomTom’s mission to shape tomorrow’s mobility. Since 2006, George has been developing and marketing real-time and historical traffic solutions and maps at TomTom, and oversaw the business development of TomTom Telematic’s Connected Car solution. He has a background in IT and degree in engineering.

Vincent Demuynck

Vincent Demuynck

Product Marketing Manager ADAS

Vincent is the Product Marketing Manager for ADAS products within the TomTom Automotive business. He is an enthusiastic, tech-savvy marketeer with a track record of successful product launches. Since joining TomTom in 2016, he’s launched well received go-to-market strategies for products such as TomTom EV Services, ADAS Map and RoadCheck.

Kris Kobylinski

Kris Kobylinski

Sr. Product Manager ADAS

Kris is a Senior Product Manager in TomTom’s Autonomous Driving unit. He has extensive experience in business, engineering and research projects across various autonomous/connected/electrified (ACE) vehicle technologies, with a focus on: big data, data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, human machine interfaces, automotive infotainment, software development, electric vehicles.

Special guest
Karim Aggoune

Karim Aggoune

Technical Project Manager, Delphi Technologies

Karim is a technical project manager for advanced controls systems development at Delphi Technologies. Based in Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA, Karim’s current focus is on vehicle propulsion software and systems development. He’s worked in automotive control engineering for 17 years, with the majority of that time centered on production and forward development projects for engine management systems.

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About Delphi Technologies

Delphi Technologies is a global provider of propulsion technologies that make vehicles drive cleaner, better and further. It offers pioneering solutions for internal combustion engine, hybrid and electric passenger cars and commercial vehicles. Delphi Technologies builds on its original equipment expertise to provide leading service solutions for the aftermarket. Headquartered in London (UK), the company operates technical centers, manufacturing sites, customer support service centers in 24 countries and employs more than 21,000 people around the world.