Mobility conference maps the future
The automotive industry is experiencing huge changes and disruption as traditional theories of mechanical and electrical engineering are augmented by IT, systems controls, robotics and artificial intelligence, bringing with them a wealth of challenges and opportunities.
Established in 1948, FISITA is an exclusive international network representing more than 210,000 automotive and mobility systems engineers in 37 countries. A stellar line-up of nine speakers at the conference includes:
- Andy Palmer, Vehicle Line Director at McLaren Automotive (and a keen classic car collector)
- Jon Lauckner, Chief Technology Officer and Vice-President of R&D at General Motors
- Michael Hurwitz, Director of Transport Innovation at Transport for London
- Dr Venkatesh Prasad, Global Innovation Implementation Leader Vehicle Components & Systems Engineering at Ford Motor Company
- Dr Wolfgang Warnecke, Chief Scientist for Mobility at Shell
- Rémi Bastien, Vice-President for Automotive Prospective at Renault Groupe
They will offer invaluable insights into rapidly evolving market trends such as shared vehicles, electric cars, driverless cars, mobility providers like Uber, safety, connectivity and infotainment.
The conference takes place on 13 July at County Hall, former home of the London County Council. Only 200 tickets are available, so make sure of reserving your place.