The Future of E-Mobility for Engineering and R&D Leaders’ Virtual Roundtable

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Transportation leaders in North America are invited to join this virtual roundtable on “Software: Defining the future of e-mobility”. It is a great opportunity to learn more about developing electric vehicle technologies, in-vehicle information, communication technologies, and connected infrastructures to enable the full electrification and plug-in hybrids of vehicles and fleets.

The session will start with an exploration of industry trends, particularly how major players are driving a mass-market electric vehicle (EV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) adoption. Attendees will then examine the role of software in helping achieve this.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between attendees in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. Registration is limited to a certain number of guests per event.

Software: Defining the future of e-mobility

In response to changing corporate fuel efficiency and emission requirements, forward-thinking organizations have invested in electric propulsion. Market demands for lower operational costs have also driven innovation, with great strides in electric powertrain technology, in-vehicle information, communication tools, and connected infrastructures.

Market penetration and consumer consideration for e-mobility options are increasing, but challenges remain. Automotive leaders must integrate these new tools with best-of-breed programs to continuously enable the vehicles and fleets of tomorrow.

  • How can organizations integrate new software technology efficiently, and in what way will software reuse shape the automotive software market?
  • What challenges do companies face in a dynamic global automotive software market, particularly those demanding huge verification and validation efforts and costs?
  • How can battery management system (BMS) software influence better protection, monitoring, and optimization?

Attended by:

Global Chief Engineer at Cummins
VP of Product Engineering at Cruise
Head of Battery Safety at Lucid Motors
Head of Connected E-Mobility at BMW
Director of Program Integration at Canoo
Sr. Manager at General Motors

For insight on this event, photos and guest interactions, see our post on LinkedIn.

2:00 pm: Ortus Master of Ceremonies to make introductions
2:05 pm: Short introduction from L&T Technology Services Limited
2:15 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
3:15 pm: End of session

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