In-car payments: A practical reality and a gateway to mobility

Watch this webinar, in partnership with Endava, to hear speakers discuss in-car payments and why original equipment manufacturers are becoming so preoccupied with the need to leverage this technology.

The frictionless movement of people and goods across various modes of transport is utopian. However, the investment and technology required to make this a reality is substantial. The key to solving these challenges lies in the technology surrounding payments. While there is massive overlap with different vertices and sectors on this topic, during this webinar, speakers will focus on in-car payments and why original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are becoming so preoccupied with the need to leverage this technology.

This webinar considered the security and encryption required to provide the necessary compliance and reassurance of in-car payments, as well as the necessity to link the driver’s digital device with the car in a secure manner to allow protected payments in the ecosystem. Once this relationship between the digital device and the software within the car has been established, discussion will take place as to how this can be transferred across other mediums. Dialogue around capitalising on the ‘thumbprint’ of the digital device to move seamlessly from one mode of transport payment to another will be considered, reviewing the pros and cons of such a direction.

The debate established that, fundamentally, Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) does not require a change in behaviour – people will still drive a car, then catch a train and, finally, hail a taxi. However, MaaS looks to make this a seamless experience. This means digitally providing ideal travel solutions and paying for them in a smooth, uninterrupted manner. The digital investment is, therefore, considerable. However, the payments module monetises the connectivity required, enabling investment to be made by various providers. MaaS will never become a reality unless players in the ecosystem can see an economic benefit. Payments provides that imperative.


Brian Estep, EVP – Mobility (MaaS), Endava

Counter Narcotics Officer (Veteran), Software Engineer/Architect, Business Leader. That is the professional path that Brian Estep has taken to date. It has been a wonderful and rewarding road, and Brian has been helped all along this journey and is forever grateful. The key to success for him has always been helping others to succeed, be it his clients, team, peers or leaders.

That continues to be Estep’s guiding principle today. The biggest reward for him is seeing his clients succeed. In his professional progression, that now means helping his clients to succeed with their digital and technological goals. Currently, Estep is leading the Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) business globally for Endava. He loves this role and this industry for the way that it will leverage technology to improve people’s lives while making great strides in inclusivity, accessibility and sustainability.


Anthony Whitehorn, Consultant, Endava

Anthony Whitehorn has been in the automotive industry for more than 30 years, holding senior positions with various automotive companies – including Renault, Toyota and, most recently, as President and CEO of Hyundai Motor Co in the UK and parts of Northern Europe. He was awarded ‘Outstanding Leader’ by Autocar and inducted into the Automotive Management Hall of Fame in 2019. He is now a well-known, global Automotive Consultant and an Advisor to various OEMs, as well as Endava’s Mobility Division.


Nick Telford Reed, Consultant, Endava

Nick Telford Reed is a passionate and award-winning technology innovator who has a strong focus on ensuring great customer experience. For two decades, he has worked to develop compelling visions of the future; to build strategies to move towards those goals; and to build and run engaged, enthused, self-organised teams to develop and deliver customer-focused products and services. As Executive Advisor at Endava, Telford Reed supports Endava’s teams in the Payments and Fintech domain with their client strategy and new technology and industry standards to enable them to deliver next-generation solutions for our clients.



Is the webinar free?
Yes – there is no charge to watch the webinar, either live or on-demand.

When will the webinar take place?
The webinar will be taking place on 9 June 2022 at 10:00 CST/ 15:00 BST/ 16:00 CET.

Can I watch the webinar later?
The webinar will be available to watch on-demand shortly after the live broadcast takes place.

What are the benefits of attending live?
During the live webinar, you will be able to pose questions to the speakers, which will then be answered during the live Q&A session at the end of the webinar.

How long will the webinar be?
The live webinar will last for up to one hour.

Who will be moderating?
Leah Hockley, Editor, Intelligent Transport.

What do I need to watch this webinar?
All you need is a computer with an internet connection. It is advised to use headphones where possible for your own comfort.