This annual summit consistently attracts key decision-makers across various sectors. It has an outstanding reputation in the automotive sensors and electronics community for mapping out the latest emerging technologies and bringing the much-appreciated networking opportunities.
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This Summit will continue its tradition of providing a cross-functional platform for leaders and experts in the automotive sensors and electronics community to come together to share their experiences, discuss emerging technologies and network with key stakeholders.
Join us as we continue exploring the practical, technical, scientific and business advancements in the ongoing debate of automotive sensors and electronics, enriching modern driver experience.
Chief Executives, Directors, Vice Presidents, Department Heads, Leaders and Managers specialising in:
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Dipl. Ing. Jörg Schrepfer graduated from Friedrich Alexander University with a degree in electrical engineering. From 1998-12 he held various positions in the pre-development and development of product areas such as automotive DVD players, displays, gateways and new bus systems. From 2012-14 he was the ASL vision director for business development in Germany at Image Processing Solutions. From 2014-16 he worked at Continental as a senior manager of technical sales and R&D Kronach, specialising in surround-view camera systems for vehicles. Since 2017, Jörg has been the head of driver assistance research Germany at Valeo. He works on algorithms and functions for laser scanners, cameras and ultrasound, as well as algorithms for autonomous driving using deep learning.
Ali has 20 years of experience in the semiconductor industry specialising in AI, video, and vision processors design. He is currently the director of AI strategy and principal for NXP’s Autonomous Driving Lab, working on foresight for NXP’s Vision, Deep Learning, and AI solutions for autonomous systems. Prior to joining NXP’s Automotive Microcontrollers and Processors unit, Ali was VP of engineering for CogniVue Corp. leading the R&D teams delivering vision SoC solutions and the APEX Image Cognition Processor IP core. Ali holds an engineering degree from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
Richard Dixon is a principal analyst for MEMS and author of more than 50 MEMS-related consulting and market research studies. He is a world-renowned expert on automotive MEMS and magnetic sensors used in safety, powertrain, and body applications. Along with supporting the overall activities of the MEMS and sensors group, his responsibilities include the development of databases that forecast the markets for more than 20 types of silicon-based sensors in more than 100 automotive applications. In addition, he has supported organisations with future scenarios for sensors in cars and has supported many custom projects for companies in the automotive supply chain. In his prior post at WTC, Dixon was a senior MEMS analyst where he led research on physical sensors and was the co-author of the NEXUS Task Force Report for MEMS and Microsystems 2005-2009. He has also led commercialisation and road-mapping activities on European Commission-funded technology projects, including detailed MEMS chip cost analysis studies. Dixon worked previously as a journalist in the compound semiconductor industry and has years of experience as a technology transfer professional at RTI International, where he provided business and market intelligence for early-stage technologies. Dixon graduated from North Kent University with a degree in materials science and earned a doctorate from Surrey University in semi-conductor characterisation. He speaks English and German.
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Faurecia Clean Mobility
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Feb 22, 2018
3rd Annual Automotive Sensors and Electronics Summit