“As Executives, Where are We Spending Our Resources?” will be moderated by John McElroy of Blue Sky Productions and will feature discussions about how executives look at both internal and external influences in order to allocate their company’s technical resources; along with how resources are allocated for development of future mobility technology and continue utilizing resources in advancing current technologies. In addition, the panel will share thoughts how product development could look like in the future, the effects of disruptive technologies and the changing consumer.
The panel discussion will be held Thursday, April 11 at 2:10 p.m. at The Exchange on the Exhibit Floor. Participants will include:
- Jeff Hemphill, Chief Technical Officer, Americas Schaeffler Group USA Inc., Schaeffler Group USA Inc.
- Jon Lauckner, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, General Motors
- Helen Pan, Director & Head of Autonomous Driving Hardware, Baidu USA LLC
- Kenneth Washington, Vice President of Research and Advanced Engineering and Chief Technology Officer, Ford Motor Company
- Kathy Winter, Vice President and General Manager, Autonomous Driving Solutions Division, Intel
For more information or to register for SAE International’s WCX 2019, visit http://www.sae.org/wcx
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