Auto re-publish previous blog posts to all of your configured social accounts. The lecture is addressing the key points identified by ERTRAC (the European Highway Transport Analysis Advisory Council) for the transport system from an R&D perspective. As the primary automotive know-how platform on collaborative analysis of the EU Fee within the field of road transportation, ERTRAC has lately issued a series of roadmaps on automation of road transport (2015) electrification of vehicles (2016) and built-in city mobility (2017). A worldwide vision of these 3 roadmaps and ERTRAC’s recommendations shall be presented by Mr di Paola-Galloni.
Geert-Jan Doggen is within SABIC, globally the Senior Business Development Supervisor for the Automotive Exterior market and the dangle-on buildings market. In this position, he is accountable to place and promote SABIC’s Engineering thermoplastic options on this market. He’s leading the introduction of recent solution developments and translation of existing options. He’s situated in Bergen op Zoom, the Netherlands.
Raphael Fischer is Head of Innovation Tasks and manages Schaefflers’s development actions within the area of urban mobility. He studied mechanical engineering with specialization on automobile engineering at the FH Offenburg (FHO) and at the Université Louis Pasteur Strasbourg. In 2005, he began his profession at Schaeffler as growth engineer and have become Technical Venture Manager within the division Central Mechatronics in 2010. Since 2012, he’s chargeable for the product improvement of Schaeffler’s E-Wheel-Drive.
In command of Sustainable Growth and Exterior Affairs since 2010, Jean-Luc di Paola-Galloni joined Valeo in 2006 as CEO’s delegate, member of the manager committee. Also, after six years as Vice-Chairman, he grew to become in July 2015 co-Chairman of European Road Transport Research Advisory Council (ERTRAC) the primary automotive technology platform on collaborative analysis of the EU Commission and performing Chairman of its associated PPP European Inexperienced Car Initiative (EGVI). His dedication to determine honest relationships between the automotive business and worldwide bodies, with a multi-stakeholder strategy is also mirrored by his dedication to advise the International Forum of OECD Transport Ministers from the beginning (2008) and to the World Council of Automotive Trade of the World Financial Discussion board since its creation (2010).
Frank Willems gained his MSc and PhD levels in Mechanical Engineering from Eindhoven College of Know-how. In 2000, he joined the Powertrains group of TNO Automotive, where he at the moment is a senior technical specialist in powertrain management. He has been involved in numerous industrial analysis projects on clean engine applied sciences. Furthermore, he holds a position as full professor at Eindhoven College of Know-how.
This yr’s theme is: Challenges for the Automotive Industry. Varied govt key word speeches and parallel sessions from main corporations will inform and discuss about most relevant present subjects. The Automotive industry is a really international sector characterised by complicated value chains and continuous improvements. Internationalization and Collaboration are key words for achievement. It is usually because of this that the organizing companions of this event, AutomotiveNL, RAI Automotive Industry and Mikrocentrum, are more than happy to hitch their forces.