Jim O’Sullivan, CEO of Highways England, to deliver Keynote at the Automotive Electronic Systems Innovation Network Annual Conference 2016

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.

Further complementing an already impressive and exciting line-up of speakers, AESIN has confirmed Chief Executive of Highways England – Jim O’Sullivan will be a keynote at the AESIN2016 conference.

Jim O'Sullivan - Highways EnglandJim will share the strategy and vision of Highways England, whose primary role is to operate and improve the strategic roads and Motorways in England. With tough targets set for safer and less congested roads, the exciting opportunity for delivery through technology innovation and collaboration will be shared with AESIN conference delegates.

Jim is a chartered engineer and has spent his career within transportation, asset management, and utility organisations. He was previously Managing Director at Heathrow Airport Holdings (formerly BAA) – Airports Division and Edinburgh Airport.

Held on the 20th Oct at the National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull; this Premier UK Conference and Networking Dinner will provide insight into the latest thinking on Automotive Electronics from Industry experts, Government representatives and Researchers. Key information will also be shared on some of the latest UK Funded programmes, helping accelerate the automotive revolution being underpinned by electronic systems.

With more than 200 delegates expected from across the industry, up to 20 exhibitors and vehicle demonstrators we are looking forward to welcome you at our biggest and best AESIN Conference.

Previously announced keynote speakers include:

  • Graham Hoare, Director of Global Vehicle Evaluation & Verification Ford Product DevelopmentFord Motor Company
  • Mike Bell, Global Connected Car DirectorJaguar Land Rover
  • Roger Lanctot, Associate DirectorStrategy Analytics

Early Bird tickets are available until September 8th and interested parties can register or make contact via the AESIN website

 

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