Automotive Electronic Systems Innovation Network Expands Impressive Line-up of top Industry Leading Speakers

Functional safety assessor from Volvo Cars joins AESIN2016 Conference


30th August 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.

039b39eAESIN today announced the addition of another notable industry speaker – Ireri Ibarra; Functional safety assessor at Volvo Cars is joining AESIN2016, Oct 20th, Solihull.

Ireri specialises in Safety Engineering for Automotive, Aviation and Defence and will talk on the Orchestration of automated vehicle functions within the ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) & Autonomous Vehicles Session of the Conference.

“We have an outstanding line-up of speakers confirmed for this year’s conference.” said Alan Banks, AESIN Chairman. “This year’s speakers will share insights into the thought leadership and trends in automotive technology including Connected Cars, More Electric Powertrains, ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles, Automotive Security and Software.among others.”

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 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
  • Jim O’Sullivan, Chief ExecutiveHighways England

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



AESIN (operated by NMI), provides an excellent basis for collaboration across  electronic systems and automotive domains with Industry led Workstreams covering Connected Car, ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles, Security, More Electric Powertrain and Software.


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