Connected and Automated Vehicle Meet-Up: Vehicle Connectivity Towards The 5G Era

On-Demand

Now Available On-Demand

Our second Meet-Up in the series is now available as a no-charge on-demand webcast focusing on connected vehicle technologies that are enabling autonomous vehicles—including 5G, IoT, and V2X.

The webcast features Partha Goswami, Senior Manager – Technology Trends & Insights, General Motors. As chair of SAE’s Vehicle IoT (VIoT) team, he will deliver an in-depth perspective on trends in these evolving areas within the framework of CASE – Connectivity, Autonomous, Sharing and Electrification, including:

  • A firsthand view of the changing automotive technology landscape from an industry insider
  • How innovation is changing a century-old industry
  • Separating the hype from the reality of the evolution and the interrelation of the four pillars—autonomous, connectivity, electrification and services (ACES)
  • How the new mobility trends may be impacted in a post-COVID world


Webcast Agenda

Speaker

Eran Singer
Business Development Manager, Spotam
Partha Goswami
Technology Trends & Insights, General Motors
Chair of SAE’s Vehicle IoT (VIoT)
Israel Ronn
President, Spotam

Presentation

Eran Singer
Business Development Manager, Spotam
SAE In Israel
Partha Goswami
Technology Trends & Insights, General Motors
Chair of SAE’s Vehicle IoT (VIoT)
Connectivity for Autonomous
Israel Ronn
President, Spotam
5G Automotive Use Cases

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SAE International Partners with Spotam

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SAE is partnering with Israel start-up, Spotam, to host the series of quarterly meet-up events in Tel Aviv, Israel, that convene local industry experts to discuss the latest automated and connected vehicle technology topics and trends impacting the region.

Join us throughout 2020 for these convenient short-form sessions that address cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and V2X communication. These events promote the accelerated advancement and development of next-generation vehicles, their supporting technologies, and infrastructure through collaboration and conversations among attendees.

Hotbed of Automotive Start-Ups

Connected and automated vehicle development is happening across the world, and one of the areas seeing the most advancement in Israel. Israel has built a development hotbed for automotive start-ups with 17 researchers per 1,000 employees in Israel. This is more than South Korea, Japan, the United States, or Germany. Four-and-a-half percent of the Israel GDP is invested in R&D which leads all countries aside from South Korea.  This has led to exponential growth in automotive development in the region, especially in the areas of cybersecurity and artificial intelligence. This provides an opportunity to engage with a workforce on the leading edge of technology and innovation.

SAE is the premier organization to provide engagement between automotive companies in Israel along with the rest of the industry on a global scale. This forum will provide the opportunity for these companies to interact and ensure there is consensus on vehicle development strategies, as well as facilitate discussions with thought leaders across the industry.

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Connectivity for Autonomous Keynote

Partha Goswami

SAE V IoT Committee Chair; Senior Manager of Technology Trends & Insights, General Motors

The automotive world is changing significantly with the rapid growth and development of ACES technologies. SAE’s Vehicle Internet of Things (V IoT) committee focuses on key technologies related to connectivity as an enabler for this new automotive reality. As Chair of the SAE V IoT committee, join Partha Goswami (General Motors) as he shares his view on these critical technologies and their evolution towards a safer mobility future.

About Our Keynote Speaker

Partha Goswami has over twenty-five years of experience in the automotive industry, with a background spanning product development, strategic planning, and a variety of business assignments in brand and capital management. He has been working on various facets of technology strategy for the last ten years. He had managed General Motor R&D’s global advanced portfolio in Connected Vehicle and was actively involved in research roadmap development and ideation for GM’s first modern electric car Chevy Volt. 

As senior manager of technology insight within GM’s Global Product Planning, he is currently responsible for identifying technology trends, exploring future implications, and cascading insights to stakeholders within the company. Mr. Goswami speaks at industry forums on emerging trends and the future of the automotive industry. In addition to chairing SAE’s Vehicle IoT working committee, he is also engaged in advisory capacities with organizations like LA Automobility and IQPC. He holds a Ph.D. Applied Mechanics from Iowa State University, an MBA from the University of Michigan, and has a certification as a foresight professional from the University of Houston.

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