Welcome to AESIN

The Automotive Electronic Systems Innovation Network

What We Do

AESIN is an expert group focused on Automotive Electronic Systems (ES), recognised by the UK Automotive Council.

It aims to facilitate world-beating ES innovation through collaborative innovation, expert knowledge and best practice sharing.

Who Are AESIN?

The Automotive Electronic Systems Innovation Network (AESIN) is a dedicated UK initiative focused on the accelerated and advanced delivery of Electronic Systems into Automotive Applications and infrastructure.

Workstreams

Connected Corridor
Innovative technology for wireless (V2X) connection of vehicles on inter-urban routes

More Electric Powertrain
Advanced electronics technology enabling Hybrid and Electric Vehicles of the future

Automotive Security
Technology and practice to secure connected vehicles of the future

Software
Methods and approach to manage highly integrated embedded systems

ADAS and Autonomous Vehicles
Technologies for increased autonomy in a Functional Safe environment

“AESIN is the catalyst that enables rapid innovation in Automotive Electronic Systems in a collaborative and non-competitive environment”
Alan Banks, AESIN Chairman

Quick facts about AESIN

Key elements of our concepts

  • Launched by NMI in 2012, in response to the explosion of Electronics in-car approaching 50% of vehicle cost

  • Recognised by ESCO (Electronic Systems Community), which estimates the Electronic Systems annual contribution to the economy at £80 Billion (5.4% of GDP).

  • Recognised by the UK Automotive Council

  • Chaired by Alan Banks – Director – Customer Regional Engineering for Visteon’s Americas Customer Group in Europe

  • Steering Board Members include key stakeholders such as Highways England and Siemens Traffic Division

  • Core management board includes leading Vehicle Manufacturers such as Jaguar Land Rover, Lotus, Nissan, McLaren and representation from each tier in the supply chain.

  • Aligned with the strategic objectives of TSB, Transport Catapult and BIS policy

Our Steering Board

Organisations that are part of the AESIN Steering Board

AESIN Latest News

What’s happening in our world

Jim O'Sullivan - Highways England