AESIN2016 is the place to get up to speed on the key issues and trends at first hand and to communicate directly with industry experts and key stakeholders
14th July 2016
The Automotive Electronic Systems Innovation Network (AESIN); a dedicated UK initiative focused on the accelerated and advanced delivery of Electronic Systems into Automotive applications and infrastructure today announced an impressive list of high profile keynote speakers presenting at its 2016 conference Oct 20th in Solihull.
This high impact conference provides Industry professionals and leaders insight into the latest thinking and trends direct from key Industry and Government players; also giving companies the opportunity to learn about UK programmes supporting collaborative projects enabling the future Secure, Connected and Autonomous vehicles.
This year’s line-up of keynote speakers includes Graham Hoare, Director of Global Vehicle Evaluation & Verification Ford Product Development at Ford Motor Company, Mike Bell, Global Connected Car Director at Jaguar Land Rover and Roger Lanctot, Associate Director at Strategy Analytics.
“AESIN2016 is a platform where the automotive industry’s experts and decision-makers can collectively gather information & understanding and exchange ideas about significant technology trends and strategies in the automotive industry,” said Alan Banks, AESIN Chairman. “We invite speakers specifically for the valuable insight that they can share with the automotive community and we are delighted with the line-up for this year’s conference.”
In addition to headline keynotes summarising the core message and trends – there will be parallel technical tracks covering the four AESIN workstreams:
- Connected Car
- Automotive Security
- More Electric Powertrain
- Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
Peer-to-peer perspectives is an important part of the dialogue and a featured session dedicated to the supply chain gives companies an opportunity to give a short pitch introducing themselves.
“We are delighted with the early response to our 2016 Annual Conference, building on the success of AESIN2015 we are expecting to see our biggest ever attendance with over 20 Exhibitors, Show Vehicles and Conference Networking Dinner” said AESIN Director Paul Jarvie.
For more information, or to register, please visit the conference website.
AESIN (operated by NMI), provides an excellent basis for collaboration across electronic and automotive domains with further workstreams on Electric Powertrain, Security and ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems).
For more information, please visit www.aesin.org.uk
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