April 2-3 2019

Svenska Mässan


Vehicle Electronics & Connected Services 2019

8:30 - 9:00
Morning coffee and Registration
9:00 - 9:10
Moderator’s Introduction

Kent-Eric Lång, Deputy CEO, RISE Viktoria

Maria Schnurr, Senior Researcher, RISE Viktoria

9:10 - 9:50
Smart Cars and Smart Grids Create a Sustainable Ecosystem – How do we get there?
  • Speed – Rapid technology development requires rapid policy development
  • Dialogue – Cooperation between authorities and companies – dialogue and quick decisions instead of lengthy investigations
  • Courage – Long-term investments not only pilot projects

Francisco Carranza Sierra, Managing Director, Nissan Energy, France

9:50 - 10:30
The Paradigm Shift in the Transport Industry will Reshape the Cities and Societies we Live in
  • Automated driving, electromobility and connectivity will improve safety and reduce the environmental carbon footprint of transport and increase uptime for our customers
  • How connectivity, the digitalization of vehicles and infrastructure, will benefit our customers and society in many different ways
  • How partnerships and cooperation across borders with both high-tech start-ups, and established companies will transform the transport industry

Anna Westerberg, Senior Vice President, Volvo Group Connected Solutions

10:30 - 11:00
Networking morning break and exhibition visit
11:00 - 11:40
The Explosion of Innovations throughout the Internet and the Digital Economy in China

Latest developments in:

  • The Internet of the goods and the foreseen impact from development on OEMs and the transport sector
  • Electric vehicles development and the relation to China’s 5 year plan
  • The new automotive innovation system in China and outlook for the coming 5 years
  • Data collection and the usage of data for developing a more sustainable and efficient transport system.
  • Integrated and automated urban transport systems

Mats Harborn, President EUCCC, Executive Director, Scania China Strategic Office, China

11:40 - 12:20
Autonomous, Electrified and Connected Vehicles in California – Developing New Capabilities in the Climate Context
  • Which measures are taken in California for reaching carbon zero transportation by 2045?
  • Will autonomous and connected capabilities truly reduce emissions and energy use?
  • How do we plan for success in connecting autonomous and electric technology and increased shared vehicle uses?

Bill Van Amburg, Vice President, Calstart, U.S.A.

12:20 - 13:30
Networking lunch break and exhibition visit
13:30 - 14:10
AI in the Cloud and in the Vehicle
  • Training deep neural networks in the data center
  • Testing and validating algorithms in simulation
  • Deploying AI supercomputers in the car for real-time sensor processing and decision making

Eddy Gryvelius, Director, Business Development, Autonomous Vehicle and AI Technology, Nordics, NVIDIA

13:30 - 14:05
Monetizing Car Data
  • What are the trends and concerns of customers regarding car data?
  • Business models
  • Which technical enablers must be in place for a significant growth in services
  • Use cases
  • Tips for starting the car data monetization journey

Anders Suneson, Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company

14:05 - 14:35
From ADAS to AD – Driving Disruption
  • What are the driving motivations?
  • What is the hardest challenge?
  • How to do the breakthrough?

 Prof. Dr. Stefan-Alexander Schneider, Kempten University, Germany

14:10 - 14:40
Complying to ISO26262 in an Agile Environment using Model-Based Design
  • Mapping agile development to Model-Based Design methodology
  • Simplify ISO26262 processes by automating the verification
  • T Engineering workflow for ISO 26262 with Model-Based Design
  • Challenges and conclusions complying with ISO 26262 and agile methods

 Leif Hermansson, Technical Specialist Hybrid Controls, T Engineering

Gaurav Tomar, Automotive Industry Marketing EMEA, MathWorks

14:35 - 15:15
Autonomous Vehicles and Product Liability
  • Plaintiffs’ lawyers’ probable attacks on autonomous vehicles
  • How manufacturers can respond to such attacks, including establishing to the satisfaction of jurors or judges at trial that the vehicle is “safe”
  • The implications on product liability arising from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s voluntary guidance

Dale Markland, U.S. Product Liability Defense Lawyer, Markland Hanley Law Firm, U.S.A.

14:40 - 15:20
Future Mobility comes true through the Model Based Development
  • MAZDA’s strategy for development of vehicles for future mobility
  • How MAZDA is taking advantage of a virtualized MBD process
  • 0 revitalizes the automotive industry in Japan through model exchange

Tomohiko Adachi, Senior Principal Engineer, Model Based Development Strategy Dept. Integrated Control System Dev. Div., MAZDA Motor Corporation, Japan

15:15 - 15:45
Networking afternoon break and exhibition visit
15:20 - 15:50
Networking afternoon break and exhibition visit
15:45 - 16:05
How Mobility will Create Huge Opportunities for the Automotive Industry
  • The role of virtual universes as key enabler for the transformation in automotive and transportation
  • What can we expect in less than 10 years from the disruption of how people and their goods get from A to B?

Olivier Sappin, Industry VP, Dassault Systemes, France

15:50 - 16:10
How to bring Connected Services to Large Scale in the Automotive Market
  • Real life examples from the Accenture Innovation Architecture
  • How to engage in co-creation of the product and service
  • Ways to rapidly prototype and run pilots to show the product in action
  • How to go from Proof of Concept to large scale delivery?

  Fabio Fantauzzi, Senior Executive in the Accenture Digital Business Team, Accenture

16:05 - 16:40
The Future of Urban Mobility

The move to EVs is now irreversible but how will we commute in 2025?

  • Will we be owning or sharing vehicles?
  • What role will new urban EV solutions like scooters and e-bikes play?
  • How will we integrate Autonomous Vehicles onto our busy streets?

Moderator: Ross Douglas, CEO, Autonomy, France

Sture Portvik, Project leader for electrical vehicles and charging, City of Oslo, Norway

Anders Wall, Chief International Officer, GreenMobility, Denmark

Alexandra Österplan, PR & Communications Manager,  Nissan Nordic

16:10 - 16:50
Roborace and the Future of Connected and Autonomous Technology
  • How Roborace is preparing the perfect environment for faster and more precise development of the future autonomous vehicles
  • Why motorsport has reached a crossroads and how it is adapting to stay relevant to the industry and the public
  • The other side: how the industry priorities will reshape motorsport in the future

  Lucas di Grassi, CEO, Roborace, Monaco

16:40 - 17:10
Connectivity De-couples Driving, Owning – But When? And How?
  • 5G connectivity (and LTE) is poised to enable the new mobility
  • Why is this transition taking so long?  How might it be accelerated?
  • What are the business models essential for profitable operation?

Roger Lanctot, Director Automotive Connected Mobility, Strategy Analytics, U.S.A

16:50 - 17:00
Moderators closing summary
17:00 - 18:00
Networking Mingle presented by Diadrom
17:10 - 17:15
Moderators closing summary
17:15 - 18:00
Networking Mingle presented by Diadrom
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