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CTO ROUND

TABLE 7.0

The outbreak of COVID-19 has severely hit the automotive industry across the globe. The pandemic has necessitated the creation of a new normal in the mobility space, wherein there could be an increasing consumer preference for personal transportation over public transportation. Amidst these unprecedented times, and on account of social distancing norms that are in place, Auto Tech Review for the first time ever is conducting the CTO Roundtable 7.0 virtually. Themed ‘Pushing the Boundaries in Propulsion and Technology’ the CTO Roundtable 7.0 will discuss and deliberate on four key focus areas - powertrain, infotainment, telematics and V2X.

The area of automotive electronics has been witnessing considerable developments in areas of engine management systems, infotainment system, telematics, body/chassis, safety, etc. In fact, the electronic content in vehicles has gone up by several notches in recent years, and this can be attributed to vehicles increasingly becoming sophisticated. The increasing focus on in-vehicle connectivity has upped the ‘intelligent quotient’ of vehicles in recent years. This has been possible due to the emergence of the connected car technology leading to advancements in areas of telematics and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The role of automotive electronics will only get bigger going forward with the advent of the connected technology that has been largely driven by increasing trends of in-vehicle connectivity, growing consumer demand for vehicle comfort, strong focus on intelligent transportation systems as well as an upsurge in tech-savvy population.

Automotive electronics represent around 40 % of an overall vehicle and is expected to go up in the coming years. The automotive electronics market is also growing at a rapid clip and is expected to touch $ 410.13 billion by 2025. And this growth is anticipated to be driven by stringent government regulations on fuel emission standards, high focus on road safety systems and growing demand for state-of-the-art vehicles.

Auto Tech Review’s CTO Roundtable 7.0 will deliberate on the emerging trends, challenges and opportunities in the automotive electronics space – the day-long virtual conference will be an enabler for thought leaders to lay out the future automotive electronics roadmap!

OUR PARTNERS


Gold Partners
Supporting Partners
Global Auto Think Tank Partner

SPEAKERS

Mr Dinesh Tyagi,

Director, ICAT

Mr Franck Euvrard,

Executive Vice President & Global Head - Engineering, Research & Development
Tata Technologies.

Dr Aravind S Bharadwaj,

Former CTO, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

Mr Sirish Batchu,

Managing Director,
Danlaw Technologies India

Mr Rafiq Somani,

Area Vice President –
India and South Asia Pacific, ANSYS Inc.

Dr Ravi Damodaran,

Chief Technology Officer,
Greaves Cotton

Mr Randeep Singh Khokar,

Head - Electricals & Electronics, Tata Motors

Mr Parag Inamdar,

Senior Director, Global Infotainment Platform, Visteon

Mr Vishwanath Rao,

Managing Director, Altair Engineering

Mr Prashant K Banerjee,

Executive Director, SIAM

Mr Abhijit B Mulay,

GM, Automotive Electronics
Department, ARAI

Dr Madhusudan Joshi,

Head of Electronics & Electrical Group Business, ICAT

Mr Swapnil Jain,

Co-founder and CTO, Ather Energy

Mr Kaushik Madhavan,

Vice President - Mobility,
Frost & Sullivan

Mr Shitalkumar Joshi,

Head, Electronics Application Engineering,
ANSYS India and ASEAN

Mr Devesh Pareek,

Manager, ICAT

Mr Deepangshu Dev Sarmah,

Editor-in-chief,
Auto Tech Review

KEY QUESTIONS

The conference aims to cover the key areas in the following factor.

Increasing electronic content in vehicles;
Role of electronics in vehicles becoming more sophisticated;
Penetration of new levels of electronics around ever-evolving engine management systems;
In-vehicle connectivity driving vehicle intelligence;
Opportunities in telematics beyond vehicle tracking;
Electronics associated with various sensors deployed in vehicles;
Overcoming challenges related to connected technologies;
Role of mechatronics in automotive electronics;
Electronics driving vehicle infotainment systems;
Dealing with complexities associated with autonomous vehicles;
How will electronics drive new levels of vehicle comfort?
What scope electronics has in deployment of Industry 4.0?

AGENDA

Virtual Conference | July 02, 2020 (Thursday)

"PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES IN PROPULSION AND CONNECTIVITY"

9:30 am onward Login to GoToWebinar for the conference  
  INAUGURAL SESSION  
10:00 AM 10 minutes Welcome address by Mr Deepangshu Dev Sarmah, Editor-in-Chief, Auto Tech Review
10:10 AM 20 minutes Keynote Address 1 by Mr Dinesh Tyagi, Director, International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT)
  10 minutes Q&A session
10:40 AM 20 minutes Keynote Address 2 by Mr Franck Euvrard, Executive Vice President & Global Head - Engineering, Research & Development, Tata Technologies on “Vehicle Engineering ReSeT for the New Normal amidst Covid 19”
  10 minutes Q&A session
11:10 AM 20 minutes Keynote Address 3 by Dr Aravind S Bharadwaj, Former Chief Technology Officer, Mahindra and Mahindra on "Growth of Electronic/Infotronic Systems in Vehicles Across Sectors in India, and the Opportunities Going Forward"
  10 minutes Q&A session
  TECHNOLOGY SESSION  
11:45 AM 20 minutes Mr Shitalkumar Joshi, Head, Electronics Application Engineering, ANSYS India and ASEAN on “Digital transformation in vehicle electronics development: Meeting performance, safety and compliance.”
  10 minutes Q&A with the speaker
12:15 PM 20 minutes Mr Vishwanath Rao, Managing Director, Altair Engineering on “Simulation Driven Innovation for The Future of Mobility”.
  10 minutes Q&A with the speaker
12:45 PM 20 minutes Mr Abhijit Mulay, General Manager, Automotive Electronics Department, ARAI on "Development of indigenous embedded controller for EV charging station"
  10 minutes Q&A with the speaker
13:15 PM 20 minutes Mr Devesh Pareek, Manager, ICAT on "Roadmap for Sandardization and Validation of Electrical and Electronics Components"
  10 minutes Q&A with the speaker
  PANEL DISCUSSION  
  "Addressing Complexities Associated with Increasing Electronic Content in Vehicles"
14:00 PM to 15:00 PM 60 minutes Dr Ravi Damodaran, Chief Technology Officer, Greaves Cotton
Mr Prashant K Banerjee, Executive Director, SIAM
Mr Sirish Batchu, Managing Director, Danlaw Technologies India
Mr Rafiq Somani, Area Vice President - India & South Asia Pacific, Ansys Inc.
Dr Madhusudan Joshi, Head of Electronics & Electrical Group Business, ICAT
Moderator: Mr Kaushik Madhavan, Vice President - Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
  KNOWLEDGE SESSION  
15:15 PM 20 minutes Mr Randeep Singh Khokar, Head - Electricals & Electronics, Tata Motors on "Addressing Complexities Associated with Increasing Electronic Content in Vehicles – an Indian perspective"
15:35 PM 20 minutes Mr Parag Inamdar, Senior Director, Global Infotainment Platform, Visteon on "Infotainment, The Road Ahead"
15:55 PM 20 minutes Mr Swapnil Jain, Co-founder and CTO, Ather Energy
16:15 PM 30 minutes Discussion with Mr Deepangshu Dev Sarmah, Editor-in-Chief, Auto Tech Review
16:45 PM Vote of Thanks & Closure  

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The event will be attended by CTOs, Design Heads, E/E Engineers, Research and Development Engineers, Software Engineers from

   Vehicle
Manufacturers
   Component
Manufacturers
   System
Suppliers
   Solution
Providers
   Government
   Research
Organisations
   Testing & Homologation
Manufacturers
   Academia

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