Thursday, November 16, 2017

Agenda

08:00

Keynote

 
The Impact of Connecting Cars into the Internet of Things
  Dean Miles, SVP & Head of Automotive Sales Connected Services at HARMAN International, Harman
The Impact of Connecting Cars into the Internet of Things
Dean Miles

Dean Miles
SVP & Head of Automotive Sales Connected Services at HARMAN International
Harman

Dean Miles

Abstract
Provide the lay of the land for electronics industry. Their current developments of technology. Who they see their strategic partners being. Significant changes in the marketplace with respect to the amount of data being transmitted into an electronic device via wireless and what they are doing to ensure cyber security.

Biografie
An adaptable and proactive Manager with varied experience in Project and People Management. An excellent communicator and leader who adopts a highly motivated and committed approach to all endeavors, developing effective solutions and ideas to improve performance and deliver results. A team player with the ability to meet targets and deadlines, remaining calm and focused when working under pressure. Specialties: Project Management, Operational Management, Team Leadership, Financial planning, Target setting and Monitoring, Product Design, Cost Management, CMMi process compliance.

09:00
Director Automotive Connected Mobility, Strategy Analytics
  Roger Lanctot, Director Automotive Connected Mobility, Strategy Analytics, Strategy Analytics
Director Automotive Connected Mobility, Strategy Analytics
Roger Lanctot

Roger Lanctot
Director Automotive Connected Mobility, Strategy Analytics
Strategy Analytics

Roger Lanctot

Abstract
The hardware and software requirements for connected and autonomous cars are transforming the automotive industry upending all previous assumptions as to how a car ought to be built. The changes are rewiring the supply chain and opening up the market to new market entrants while challenging the old guard. This talk will assess the opportunities and risks and some strategic paths to success.

Biografie
Roger Lanctot has 25+ years of experience as a journalist, analyst, and consultant advising electronics companies, car companies, wireless carriers, Tier 1s and developers on product and market development and strategy. Currently Director, Automotive Connected Mobility, in the Global Automotive Practice at Strategy Analytics. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College and a frequent blogger and keynote speaker.

09:30 Exploring the Regulation Landscape of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
  TBA
10:00 Coffee Break
10:30
The Integrated Connected Vehicle
  Theodor Buburuzan, Techology Evangelist, Volkswagen, Volkswagen
The Integrated Connected Vehicle
Theodor Buburuzan

Theodor Buburuzan
Techology Evangelist, Volkswagen
Volkswagen

Theodor Buburuzan

Abstract
The Europe oem perspective on the integration of all various technologiies including wireless networks, semiconductors, computer storage, high speed data transfer. Sensor technology. Machine learning and AI. Overview of the barriers and challenges with respect to this technology development and integration.

Biografie
Enabler, Strategist, Standardization Expert, Autonomous Driving, Automatic and Cooperative Driving, C-ITS, V2X, Connectivity & Backend Solutions, Mobile Online Services, Service Oriented Architectures (SOA), Heterogeneous Wireless Networks, Mobility Management Protocols, Mobility Support Protocols, Mobile Multimedia Broadcast Security Solutions, Content Distribution Frameworks, Mobile Software Agents

11:00
Integration of Connected Vehicles
  Michael Gern, General Manager, Automotive and Manufacturing Solutions at Hortonworks, Hortonworks
Integration of Connected Vehicles
Michael Gern

Michael Gern
General Manager, Automotive and Manufacturing Solutions at Hortonworks
Hortonworks

Michael Gern

Abstract
The US oem perspective on the integration of all various technologiies including wireless networks, semiconductors, computer storage, high speed data transfer. Sensor technology. Machine learning and AI. Overview of the barriers and challenges with respect to this technology development and integration.

Biografie
Watch for a complete Bio on the SEMICON Europe website.

11:30
The Challenges of Integration using LIDAR, RADAR and Video
  Matthias Schulze, Head of ADAS Development at Visteon, Visteon
The Challenges of Integration using LIDAR, RADAR and Video
Matthias Schulze

Matthias Schulze
Head of ADAS Development at Visteon
Visteon

Matthias Schulze

Abstract
Tier 1 perspective on the challenges related to the development and integration of LIDAR, RADAR, and VIDEO systems for data collection and how the vehicle uses the data to make decisions for safe driving.

Biografie
Bio will be available on the SEMICON Europe Website.

12:00 Lunch Break
13:00
Functional and Safety Validation of Automated Vehicles
  Michael Krutz, Sr Vice President & Chief Product Officer at Wind River, Windriver
Functional and Safety Validation of Automated Vehicles
Michael Krutz

Michael Krutz
Sr Vice President & Chief Product Officer at Wind River
Windriver

Michael Krutz

Abstract
Given the complexity of autonomous driving and with so much at risk, the need for industry-wide coordination and best practices is critical in order to affect real change for the masses. Innovative technology is a key first step but merely one piece of a lengthy and complex process to get autonomous cars on the road.

Biografie
Michael Krutz is responsible for the company’s business units, including core operating systems, connected vehicle, cloud technologies, and software defined infrastructure. Within this role he oversees all strategy, product management, and execution, as well as the financial performance for these businesses. With more than 30 years of engineering, services, and general management experience, he most recently served as senior vice president for automotive solutions at Wind River.

13:30
SAE International Semiconductor Opportunities
  Tim Cavanaugh, Emerging Technology Developer, SAE International
SAE International Semiconductor Opportunities
Tim Cavanaugh

Tim Cavanaugh
Emerging Technology Developer
SAE International

Tim Cavanaugh

Abstract
SAE International sets the standards for the automotive and aerospace industries around the world. Known as the Society of Automotive and Aerospace Engineers, SAE combines the efforts of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and Tier 1 and 2 Suppliers in developing automotive and aerospace standards. SAE set the standards for the five stages of autonomous and automated driving. Additional standards are being generated everyday to assist manufacturers in developing and manufacturing safer vehicles around the world. This presentation will cover where the industry is growing and how fast in what technologies. Each new vehicle will jump from Gigabits to Terabits in required data for both transmission and storage. The integration of machine learning, artificial intelligence, LIDAR/Radar/Video Sensors, and IoT Systems will put demands on a vehicle beyond what we can imagine today. Learn where you should place your emphasis on growing your business related to the automotive industry.

Biografie
With a lifetime of automotive experience, Tim Cavanaugh spent 25 years at General Motors launching over 30 new vehicles. Tim was responsible for connecting OnStar to the Electronic Control Module (ECM) in order to feed vehicle health to a webserver and later onto a smartphone for the first connected telematic vehicles. He later wrote the requirements to allow for Hands Free calling using Bluetooth. Then added WiFi to both Chevrolet and Cadillac. While executive director at BAE Systems he connected the US Military land, air and sea vehicles to what was politely called "a secured military version of OnStar on prognostic and predictive maintenance steroids." While at the National Automotive Center he developed various emerging technologies for the US Military which included the development of automated vehicles and robots and drones. Tim currently develops engineering events centered around autonomous/automated vehicles, hybrid/electric vehicles and IoT/Cloud. He's connected globally to the industry leaders of the OEMs and Tier 1 and 2 Suppliers to bring the best innovative speakers to the stage for SAE International.

14:00 The Network of Connectivity
  TBA
14:30 Coffee Break
15:00 The Interface of Semiconductors
  TBA
15:30
Cybersecurity for connected / autonomous vehicles
  Simon Hartley, VP/Cofounder, Run Safe Security
Cybersecurity for connected / autonomous vehicles
Simon Hartley

Simon Hartley
VP/Cofounder
Run Safe Security

Simon Hartley

Abstract
Cybersecurity for connected / autonomous vehicles Everyone wants the improved safety, economy and features offered by increasingly connected, driver assisted and autonomous vehicles. These benefits are driven by software taking over certain driving tasks, which suggests a gating issue around the security of vehicles, communications systems and cloud infrastructure. What lessons can be drawn from earlier rollouts of mobile devices and PCs? In previous rollouts, only data was at stake but with vehicles fleets there is the potential for driver distraction, ransomware, denial of service, property damage, bodily injury and disruption of transport infrastructure.

Biografie
Simon is an industry recognized expert in cybersecurity, mobility and IoT, co-founder of Washington D.C. based cybersecurity startups 202 Partners and RunSafe Security. He is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers’ IoT Cybersecurity Committee and a contributing author of their new book “Cybersecurity for Commercial Vehicles". RunSafe was developed as part of DARPA’s High-Assurance Cyber Military Systems (HACMS) program of cybersecurity for military vehicles, drones and medical devices. Simon also worked with Apple and Samsung in hardening their mobile devices for DoD and government use. Previously, he was VP of Sales at Kaprica Security (acquired by Samsung), Mobile Program Director, DMI, market leader in enterprise managed mobility and Director of Sales at Thursby Software, market leader in strong iPhone security. Prior executive sales and management roles in the US and Europe include Red Hat, HP, Capgemini, a $9B hedge fund, a $50MM dot com and a background in nuclear software engineering. He holds a BS in Physics from U-Manchester, England, a MS in Law & Cybersecurity from U-Maryland Carey Law, CISSP, CEH and CIPP/US cybersecurity and privacy certifications.

16:00
Automotive Security in a Connected World
  Andreas Wuchner, CTO Security Innovation at DXC, DXC
Automotive Security in a Connected World
Andreas Wuchner

Andreas Wuchner
CTO Security Innovation at DXC
DXC

Andreas Wuchner

Abstract
Embedding security in at design, automotive technology, enterprise level protection and continuous monitoring to design secure, deliver secure, operate secure in today's highly technology dependent environment.

Biografie
Bio will be coming on the SEMICON Europe website.

16:30

Keynote

 
Automotive Security in a Connected World
  Andreas Wuchner, CTO Security Innovation at DXC, DXC
Automotive Security in a Connected World
Andreas Wuchner

Andreas Wuchner
CTO Security Innovation at DXC
DXC

Andreas Wuchner

Abstract
Embedding security in at design, automotive technology, enterprise level protection and continuous monitoring to design secure, deliver secure, operate secure in today's highly technology dependent environment.

Biografie
Bio will be coming on the SEMICON Europe website.

17:30 Networking Reception
Session

European SAE Connect2Car Forum