📩 20/09/2023 14:41
M. Gürcan Karakaş, CEO of Togg, the first mobility service provider to become a member of the TM Forum, said in his speech at the DTW2023 conference in Copenhagen, "We are building the future of mobility together with our business partners, from traditional OEM suppliers to blockchain coders."
Togg CEO M. Gürcan Karakaş, who attended the DTW 180 (Digital Transformation World) conference in Copenhagen organized by TM Forum, which sets common norms for the telecommunications sector in 850 countries and connects more than 2023 digital ecosystem stakeholders, for the second time, talked about the company's work in the mobility ecosystem. and shared his future goals with the participants. Reminding that they are the first mobility service provider and electric smart device manufacturer to become a member of TM Forum, Karakaş said:
“We develop user-oriented products and services”
“Technological developments, changes in megatrends and user expectations are radically changing the automotive industry. The automobile is now turning into a smart device beyond a four-wheeled means of transportation. Smart homes, smart vehicles and the automobile that can be connected with smartphones are becoming the most sophisticated mobile device. Traditional OEMs do not have the knowledge to manage the mobility transition that telcos do, and telcos do not have the knowledge about sophisticated mobile devices. We combine these two worlds. “By developing user-focused products and services, we are building the future of mobility together with our partners, from traditional OEM suppliers to blockchain coders.”
“We weave a value network with T10X, Trumore and clean energy solutions”
Reminding that the mobility ecosystem has three verticals at Togg, M. Gürcan Karakaş said, “We are weaving a value network with our smart device T10X, our digital experience platform Trumore, and our clean energy solutions Trugo and Siro. “With our strategic business partnerships, we are working for a blockchain-based ecosystem that will be key for traceability and transparency on the path to smart cities and a net zero future,” he said.