Automotive Tech Week Agenda

November 15-19, 2021

Automotive Tech Week, co-located with FOCUS: Electrification & Advanced Propulsion and FOCUS: Future Dealer is a global exhibition and conference. To ensure that both our on-site and online audience can get the most out of the content, we are delivering expert-led sessions to you in multiple formats.

On-Site & Online Live: Live onsite at our physical venue and in our online platform
On-Site Live & Online Playback: Filmed as happening live, edited, and uploaded to our online event platform
Online Content Library: Placed on demand as part of the Automotive Tech Week content library

All timings – ET.

FOCUS: Electrification & Advanced Propulsion

09:30am

Welcome from Informa Tech Automotive Group

09:35am

Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

09:45am

Keynote Presentation: A Wards Intelligence Fuel Economy Report

Join Wards Intelligence, as they discuss fuel economy trends and regulations.

  • Where are we now?
  • Where does Wards Intelligence predict us to be over the next year?
  • How should the industry prepare?

10:15am

Keynote Presentation: Optimizing R&D Funding for Innovative Technology Developments

  • Electrification R&D budgets continue to increase while ICE sales maintain disproportionate profit generating capabilities. Has the automotive industry moved too quickly in dispersing ICE funding and, if so, what impact will this have on technology developments?
  • Should automakers be preparing for electrification deceleration in the near future?

11:10am

Keynote Panel Discussion: Propulsion Developments – What Are Automakers Looking for from the Supply Chain?

  • Where are automakers looking to invest their legacy propulsion R&D budgets?
  • What gaps in the market exist for new products and services relevant to ICE developments?

12:00pm

Presentation: Clean & Efficient Technology Developments

  • What are the key technical development areas in ICE?
  • How should automakers be preparing to develop the engine in line with consumer needs and evolving regulations?

12:25pm

Lunch, Networking, Exhibition

1:25pm

Presentation: The Future of Propulsion Will Be Hybridization

  • Are hybrids purely a steppingstone between ICE and full electrification?
  • How can the right fuel developments in hybrids increase their competitiveness in the U.S. market?
  • What can be learnt from the mass adoption of hybrid vehicles in Asian markets such as Japan? How do these markets differ from North American markets?

1:55pm

Automaker Panel: How Are We Preparing for the Transition to Electrification?

Hear from our automaker panelists as they discuss their strategic plans for the transition to electrification.

Wards 10 Best Engines & Propulsion Systems Awards

3:00pm

Wards 10 Best Engines & Propulsion Systems Awards Drinks Reception & Engine Showcase

3:30pm

Wards 10 Best Engines & Propulsion Systems Awards Ceremony

4:30pm

Wards 10 Best Engines & Propulsion Systems Happy Hour & Engine Showcase

Automotive Tech Week & FOCUS: Electrification & Advanced Propulsion

THE NEW AUTOTECH ECONOMY

09:00am

Welcome from Informa Tech Automotive Group

09:10am

Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

09:15am

Opening OEM Interview: The Electrified Future

Hear from a leading incumbent OEM on their plans to for achieving ‘Full Electrification’.

09:45am

Keynote Partner Presentation: Unleashing the Power of Connected Car Data  

  • How can automakers turn their data insights into revenue making services?
  • Understand how your data can help create sought-after personalized services, create engagement with your customers and differentiate you from the competition.

10:15am

Keynote Panel Discussion: Developing Innovative User Experiences with Electric Vehicles

11:00am

Automotive Tech Week On-site Exhibition Opens

Wards 10 Best Interiors Awards Networking Reception

10:15am

FOCUS: Electrification & Advanced Propulsion

Connectivity Track

ADAS & Autonomous Track

Wards 10 Best Interiors Awards Ceremony

11:55am

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Collaboration & Infrastructure

Connectivity Tech

Security, Safety & Testing

12:00pm

Presentation: Achieving Zero Emission Vehicle Targets in the USA

  • Given the recent push by California for exclusive ZEV sales by the 2030’s, how realistic is this target? Which states are likely to follow in implementing ICE manufacturing restrictions?
  • How can automakers prepare for the inevitable era of EV exclusivity? What adjustments must they make to their manufacturing and sales processes in advance?

Presentation: Understanding the Connectivity Roadmap – Where are we in the evolution?

  • What is the difference between connected developed cars and connected cars?
  • In what way can partnerships support connectivity innovations, create new revenue streams, while improving cost efficiency?
  • Enhancing digital service packages to bring customers unparalleled personalization.

Presentation: Securing the Autonomous Vehicle – Edge vs. Cloud

  • In what way can behavioral monitoring help identify malicious activity when AV connection to the cloud is open to potential attacks?
  • Should AVs be relying on more on edge computing as more data is processed locally therefore reducing security attacks that can happen during data transfer over the network?
  • How can automakers realistically ensure that the entire AV infrastructure is secure?

12:35pm

Panel Discussion: “The Decade of Hydrogen” and the Future of FCEVs

  • What further infrastructure developments need to take place before fuel-cell electric vehicles can see widespread adoption? Why do so few automakers offer hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles to the mass market?
  • How can the automotive industry collaborate to overcome specific challenges to lifetime costs, development process efficiency, and the effects of environmental factors on FCEV overall performance?

Panel Discussion: Re-defining Personalisation

  • How can we use data effectively to build a positive customer experience while increasing the revenue stream for everyone in the value chain?
  • In what way will OTA updates change the dynamics between automaker and customer?
  • How will enhanced technologies help to deliver the best in-car user experience?

Panel Discussion: Overcoming ADAS Validation and Testing Challenges

  • How can automakers conquer difficulties such as corner case scenarios that might not show up during testing and validation?
  • What more can be done to validate safety when a vehicle takes control in L3-L5 – how much testing do we need?

1:20pm

Lunch, Networking & Exhibition

1:30pm

10 Best Interiors Winners Vehicle Showcase Tour & Networking Session 

Join us in the on-site exhibition for a tour of the 10 Best Interiors Vehicles Showcase with the Wards team. Get the inside track on the 2021 winning vehicles and network with other attendees.

10 Best Engines & Advanced Propulsion Award Winners Showcase Tour & Networking Session

Join us in the on-site exhibition for a tour of the 10 Best Engines Showcase with the Wards team. Get the inside track on the 2021 winning engines and networking with other on-site FOCUS: Electrification & Advanced Propulsion attendees.

ADAS & Autonomous Themed Networking Meet Up

Join us on-site in Networking Hub 1 to network with other attendees who share an interest in ADAS & Autonomous as a particular theme.

Space is limited so make sure to sign up in advance via our Swapcard event app to secure your space!

FOCUS: Electrification & Advanced Propulsion

Connectivity Track

ADAS & Autonomous Track

Cockpit of the Future Track

Batteries & Charging

Connectivity Services

Safety, Testing & Validation

The Current & Future Cockpit

2:20pm

Presentation: Maximizing BMS Use-Cases

  • As battery dynamics become more complex, management systems must develop to keep up. What design techniques should the industry be implementing to expand BMS use cases?
  • How can technological advancements, such as machine learning, be utilized to develop an intelligent battery pack?

Fireside Chat: Entertainment & Automotive – Using content to drive data monetization

  • What will the future of in-vehicle streaming services look like?
  • How can subscriber video on demand (SVOD) content be used to drive up data revenues?
  • Learnings on how to partner with global VOD providers such as Amazon Prime, Netflix or HBO successfully.

Presentation: LiDAR Technology – The Gold Standard for ADAS and AVs?

  • Will automakers be able to balance the styling aspects of LiDAR and sensor integration with functionality or is LiDAR simply following the footsteps of legacy sensors?
  • Can LiDAR overcome the 200m range or will the industry require a combination of LiDAR, camera, ultrasonic and radar sensors for full autonomy to exist?

OEM Case Study: Cockpit Innovations

The latest flagship vehicles, including connectivity, OTA capabilities, augmented reality, gesture controls and many other features.

  • How much of this technology will trickle down to lower-priced models?
  • What kind of new partnerships did implementing these technologies require?
  • What strategies are used to limit distraction?

2:55pm

Presentation: Preparing for Battery Redundancy – Advancing Recycling Initiatives

  • Given the relatively short-term targets being proposed for ICE manufacturing elimination, to what extent can battery recycling advance beyond shredding? How can technologies, such as AI, can be implemented to support cleaner and more efficient chemical processes?
  • What effect would improving the quality of the materials going into the battery have on recycling opportunities?

Presentation: Making the Move to Subscription Services – View from the Gaming Industry

  • How has the video games industry successfully created new recurring revenue streams via subscription offerings?
  • Understanding the impact of subscription services on ARPU
  • Leveraging subscriptions services to increase brand loyalty and personalize the user experience

Presentation: Ensuring Reliable L5 Deployment with Digital Twin

  • How are development sites utilizing digital twin technologies to create real-world testing simulations?
  • What challenges does the software era pose for digital twin and modelling simulations? How can these be overcome?

Fireside Chat: The Hygienic Vehicle Interior

  • Now that most of North America, Europe and Asia are vaccinated (in November), how important are antimicrobial materials and disinfecting technologies?
  • How soon can UV-C disinfecting technologies be incorporated into vehicle cabins and how costly will they be?
  • Given new product development lead times, how much will people be worrying about germs and viruses in vehicle interiors?

3:30pm

Panel Discussion: An Evaluation of Charging Solutions

  • As the prevalence of plug-in electric vehicles increases, what current charging solutions are on offer and how do they differ? Where are the main areas of development for charging infrastructure?
  • How should the industry be looking to separate urban infrastructure from rural areas to develop charging solutions tailored to the specific requirements of end users?

Panel Discussion: Connected IVI – Winning the Smartphone Navigation Race

  • In what way can automakers ensure drivers don’t neglect in-vehicle technology that helps keep driver distraction to a minimum in favor of their smartphones?
  • How can automakers create a new revenue stream from in-vehicle navigation if owner’s subscriptions expire?

Panel Discussion: What Can We Learn from Commercial Autonomous Developments?

  • The commercial industry is leading the way in autonomous developments. How can personal autonomous products match the production and implementation speeds of commercial?
  • Should the commercial and mobility industries be viewed as the testing ground for personal AV solutions?

Panel Discussion: What will cockpits be like in 2030?

2024 and 2025 cockpits already are being developed and we know they will not be dramatically different, but the product cycle after this one could yield some very different vehicles. What will be the key defining features of vehicle cockpits in 2030 and beyond?

  • Will there be vast differences between personal vehicles and commercial/shared vehicles?
  • Will buttons and knobs be gone for good?
  • Will head-up displays be more dominant then center-stack displays?
  • How far will cabin monitoring have progressed?

4:15pm

Chair’s closing remarks

4:20pm

Coffee, Networking & Exhibition

4:30pm

10 Best Engines & Advanced Propulsion Award Winners Showcase Tour 

Join us in the on-site exhibition for a tour of the 10 Best Engines Showcase with the Wards team. Get the inside track on the 2021 winning engines and networking with other FOCUS: Electrification & Advanced Propulsion attendees.

Connectivity Themed Networking Meet Up

Join us on-site in Networking Hub 1 to network with other attendees who share an interest in Connectivity as a particular theme.

Space is limited so make sure to sign up in advance via our Swapcard app to secure your space!

10 Best Interiors Winners Vehicle Showcase Tour 

Join us in the on-site exhibition for a tour of the 10 Best Interiors Vehicles Showcase with the Wards team. Get the inside track on the 2021 winning vehicles and network with other attendees.

Informa Tech Automotive Awards

5:30pm

Informa Tech Automotive Awards Networking Reception

6:00pm

Informa Tech Automotive Awards Ceremony

7:00pm

Informa Tech Automotive Awards After Party & Networking

Automotive Tech Week

09:00am

Welcome from Informa Tech Automotive Group

09:10am

Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

09:15am

Opening Interview: Regulating the Electric Future of Automotive

  • Hear how Public bodies are advancing electrification in automotive.

09:45am

Keynote Partner Presentation: Driving the Future of Connected Services Post COVID

  • Learning the value from creating personalized services that are timely and intuitive to drivers’ needs throughout the vehicle’s lifecycle.
  • How can automakers create a touchless, convenient, safe multi-modal experience for their customers?
  • In what way can automakers keep drivers informed and engaged in the driving experience?

10:15am

Keynote Panel: Shifting Focus Beyond Traditional Mobility to Seamless Mobility Solutions

  • As consumers demand more flexibility, how are automakers reimagining their traditional business structures and finding new ways to meet changing customer needs?
  • Should automakers be moving towards vehicle as a product or vehicle as a service?
  • What does mobility mean when consumers have a choice?

11:00am

Automotive Tech Week On-site Exhibition Opens

Wards 10 Best UX Awards Networking Reception

Mobility Track

Software Defined Vehicle Track

Wards 10 Best UX Awards Ceremony

11:45am

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Chair’s Opening Remarks

The Current Mobility Climate

Overcoming Challenges

11:50am

Presentation: Developing a Safe, Secure Infrastructure for Mobility Solutions

  • How are global trends for standards and regulations of mobility cybersecurity developing?
  • An analysis of the fundamentals of cybersecurity, and the future of cybersecurity for autonomous mobility solutions.

Presentation: Securing the Software Defined Vehicle

  • How can automakers ensure that an amalgamated architecture is secured from potential cyber threats?
  • To what extend does industry standardization overcome challenges to software security?
  • What further steps can be taken to ensure the safety of the software defined vehicle?

12:25pm

Panel Discussion: Pushing Forward with the Mobility Revolution Following Covid-19

  • The mobility revolution has always been slow to advance, primarily because decades of travel behaviors and attitudes must shift before MaaS is widely accepted. How can MSPs build on the societal shift in behaviors and attitudes caused by Covid-19 to fuel the advancement of mass mobility services?
  • Covid-19 has resulted in less congestion on the roads. How can the industry utilize this opportunity to fill the open space with environmentally friendly micro mobility solutions?

Presentation: The Current Status of U.S. Auto Safety

  • Why have crashes and deaths increased while traffic density has decreased due to pandemic?
  • Do Levels 2-3 need to be more tightly regulated?
  • Latest driver distraction issues
  • Will alcohol detection devices be allowed in near future?
  • Increasing role of sensors and cabin monitoring in safety.

Wards 10 Best UX Awards Photos & Networking

1:10pm

Lunch, Networking & Exhibition

1:30pm

10 Best UX Winners Vehicle Showcase Tour 

Join us in the on-site exhibition for a tour of the 10 Best UX Vehicles Showcase with the Wards team. Get the inside track on the 2021 winning vehicles and network with other attendees.

Software Defined Vehicle Themed Networking Meet Up

Join us on-site at Networking Hub 1 to network with other attendees who share an interest in the Software Defined Vehicle as a particular theme.

Space is limited so make sure to sign up in advance via our Swapcard app to secure your space!

Mobility Themed Networking Meet Up

Join us on-site at Networking Hub 2 to network with other attendees who share an interest in Mobility as a particular theme.

Space is limited so make sure to sign up in advance via our Swapcard app to secure your space!

Mobility Track

Software Defined Vehicle Track

Mobility Revenue & Tech

Software Strategies

2:10pm

Presentation: Evolving from MaaS to MoD with AI & Deep Learning

  • How can progressions in digital solutions, such as AI and deep learning, enable MaaS to evolve into an efficient Mobility on Demand solution?
  • What opportunities are there for technology companies to develop effective smart transportation solutions in this area?

Presentation: Which Features Are Your Customers Looking For?

  • On-Board architecture advancements have enabled a host of new software driven in-vehicle features. Which offerings should be available to mass market vehicles, and which reserved for high-end sales?
  • Given the rapid development of features in alternative consumer electronic markets, how can automakers ensure that their planning processes are agile enough to keep pace with consumer expectations?

2:45pm

Presentation: How Can MSPs Profit by Focusing on a B2B Business Model?

  • Data is the key to profiting from mobility. How can mobility service providers develop in-app data aggregation systems to expand their profit pools?
  • Who are the key audiences for mobility data?
  • How financially sustainable are mobility platforms given their reliance on VC funds? Where is future financing likely to come from?

Presentation: Reducing the Complexity of On-Board Architectures

  • How can the automotive industry avoid burdening the complexity of the vehicle with unnecessary lines of code?
  • Should software developers be looking to develop code specifically for connected cars or could this be outweighed by the time and cost implications?
  • What more can automakers and suppliers do to advance the trend for singular domain control units over multiple ECUs? Are centralized architectures the only solution to complexity reduction?

3:20pm

Panel Discussion: Fuelling the Mobility Transformation with Data

  • In order for MaaS to thrive all relevant parties such as MSPs, app developers and Government bodies need to collaborate further. How can data shares between the relevant parties enable the rapid development of mobility as a service?
  • What realistic opportunities are there for the industry to develop a place to trade and share mobility relevant data? How would such a framework operate in reality?

Panel Discussion: Revolutionizing the Automotive Ecosystem with Over-the-Air Updates

  • The advent of OTAs has enabled cars to be sold on the premise of future features and capabilities. How can automakers capitalize on imaginative sales tactics for the modern vehicle life cycle?
  • As the level of software in the vehicle increases, how will the trip to the dealership evolve? To what extent will automakers gain control over the vehicle maintenance process?

Automotive Tech Week & FOCUS: Electrification & Advanced Propulsion Restream

THE NEW AUTOTECH ECONOMY

08:00pm

Welcome from Informa Tech Automotive Group

08:10pm

Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

08:15pm

Opening OEM Interview: The Electrified Future

Hear from a leading incumbent OEM on their plans to for achieving ‘Full Electrification’.

08:45pm

Keynote Partner Presentation: Unleashing the Power of Connected Car Data  

  • How can automakers turn their data insights into revenue making services?
  • Understand how your data can help create sought-after personalized services, create engagement with your customers and differentiate you from the competition.

09:15pm

Keynote Panel Discussion: Developing Innovative User Experiences with Electric Vehicles

10:00pm

Online Exhibition Open

FOCUS: Electrification & Advanced Propulsion

FOCUS: Commercial Trucks

10:00am

Keynote Presentation: A Wards Intelligence Fuel Economy Report

Join Wards Intelligence, as they discuss fuel economy trends and regulations.

  • Where are we now?
  • Where does Wards Intelligence predict us to be over the next year?
  • How should the industry prepare?

Presentation: Diesel isn’t Dead

  • How should fleet managers segment their fleets by duty to assess where electrification is beneficial, and where diesel should still play a vital role?
  • Will the commercial trucking industry ever see the electrification of entire fleets and, if so, when?

10:30am

Keynote Presentation: Optimizing R&D Funding for Innovative Technology Developments

  • Electrification R&D budgets continue to increase while ICE sales maintain disproportionate profit generating capabilities. Has the automotive industry moved too quickly in dispersing ICE funding and, if so, what impact will this have on technology developments?
  • Should automakers be preparing for electrification deceleration in the near future?

Panel Discussion: Providing Infrastructure for the Commercial Electric Truck

  • Commercial electric trucks pose unique infrastructure challenges; charging capacity, duty cycles and battery technologies must all be considered. How are these issues being addressed by the current rollout of EV infrastructure?
  • Which areas of commercial electric infrastructure need developing, and what solutions are already in the market to help fleet managers maintain electric trucks?

11:00am

Keynote Panel Discussion: Propulsion Developments – What Are Automakers Looking for from the Supply Chain?

  • Where are automakers looking to invest their legacy propulsion R&D budgets?
  • What gaps in the market exist for new products and services relevant to ICE developments?

Presentation: Testing on Trucking – Learnings from an Early Adopter

  • As early electrification adopters, what can personal automotive learn from commercial trucking?
  • What issues has the industry faced in implementing electrification and how have collaborations helped to ease deployment?

2:00pm

Presentation: Clean & Efficient Technology Developments

  • What are the key technical development areas in ICE?
  • How should automakers be preparing to develop the engine in line with consumer needs and evolving regulations?

Panel Discussion: Designing the Commercial Truck for Workplace UX

  • Personal vehicles are designed for driver comfort and ease of use. Commercial vehicles carry unique challenges of acting as a mode of transport and a workspace. How can new connective technologies be implemented within the truck for efficient use by drivers?
  • What gaps in the market are there for new technologies specifically relevant to truckers? What design features are drivers and fleet managers looking for in incorporated technology?

2:30pm

Presentation: The Future of Propulsion Will Be Hybridization

  • Are hybrids purely a steppingstone between ICE and full electrification?
  • How can the right fuel developments in hybrids increase their competitiveness in the U.S. market?
  • What can be learnt from the mass adoption of hybrid vehicles in Asian markets such as Japan? How do these markets differ from North American markets?

Presentation: Mobility is About Product, Not People

  • Following on from the COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting adaptation of MaaS service offerings from people transport to product transport, what new opportunities are there in the market for autonomous delivery services?
  • How should the industry be viewing emerging autonomous product delivery services? What opportunities are there to get involved in this new service?

3:00pm

Automaker Panel: How Are We Preparing for the Transition to Electrification?

Hear from our automaker panelists as they discuss their strategic plans for the transition to electrification.

Automotive Tech Week Restream

08:00pm

Welcome from Informa Tech Automotive Group

08:10pm

Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

08:15pm

Opening Interview: Regulating the Electric Future of Automotive

  • Hear how Public bodies are advancing electrification in automotive.

08:45pm

Keynote Partner Presentation: Driving the Future of Connected Services Post COVID

  • Learning the value from creating personalized services that are timely and intuitive to drivers’ needs throughout the vehicle’s lifecycle.
  • How can automakers create a touchless, convenient, safe multi-modal experience for their customers?
  • In what way can automakers keep drivers informed and engaged in the driving experience?

09:15pm

Keynote Panel: Shifting Focus Beyond Traditional Mobility to Seamless Mobility Solutions

  • As consumers demand more flexibility, how are automakers reimagining their traditional business structures and finding new ways to meet changing customer needs?
  • Should automakers be moving towards vehicle as a product or vehicle as a service?
  • What does mobility mean when consumers have a choice?

10:00pm

Online Exhibition Open

FOCUS: Electrification & Advanced Propulsion

Automotive Tech Week: Cockpit of the Future

10:00am

Presentation: Achieving Zero Emission Vehicle Targets in the USA

  • Given the recent push by California for exclusive ZEV sales by the 2030’s, how realistic is this target? Which states are likely to follow in implementing ICE manufacturing restrictions?
  • How can automakers prepare for the inevitable era of EV exclusivity? What adjustments must they make to their manufacturing and sales processes in advance?

OEM Case Study: Cockpit Innovations

The latest flagship vehicles, including connectivity, OTA capabilities, augmented reality, gesture controls and many other features.

  • How much of this technology will trickle down to lower-priced models?
  • What kind of new partnerships did implementing these technologies require?
  • What strategies are used to limit distraction?

10:30am

Panel Discussion: “The Decade of Hydrogen” and the Future of FCEVs

  • What further infrastructure developments need to take place before fuel-cell electric vehicles can see widespread adoption?
  • Why do so few automakers offer hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles to the mass market?
  • How can the automotive industry collaborate to overcome specific challenges to lifetime costs, development process efficiency, and the effects of environmental factors on FCEV overall performance?

Fireside Chat: The Hygienic Vehicle Interior

  • Now that most of North America, Europe and Asia are vaccinated (in November), how important are antimicrobial materials and disinfecting technologies?
  • How soon can UV-C disinfecting technologies be incorporated into vehicle cabins and how costly will they be?
  • Given new product development lead times, how much will people be worrying about germs and viruses in vehicle interiors?

11:00am

Presentation: Maximizing BMS Use-Cases

  • As battery dynamics become more complex, management systems must develop to keep up. What design techniques should the industry be implementing to expand BMS use cases?
  • How can technological advancements, such as machine learning, be utilized to develop an intelligent battery pack?

Panel Discussion: What will cockpits be like in 2030?

2024 and 2025 cockpits already are being developed and we know they will not be dramatically different, but the product cycle after this one could yield some very different vehicles. What will be the key defining features of vehicle cockpits in 2030 and beyond?

  • Will there be vast differences between personal vehicles and commercial/shared vehicles?
  • Will buttons and knobs be gone for good?
  • Will head-up displays be more dominant then center-stack displays?
  • How far will cabin monitoring have progressed?

01:45pm

Presentation: Preparing for Battery Redundancy – Advancing Recycling Initiatives

  • Given the relatively short-term targets being proposed for ICE manufacturing elimination, to what extent can battery recycling advance beyond shredding? How can technologies, such as AI, can be implemented to support cleaner and more efficient chemical processes?
  • What effect would improving the quality of the materials going into the battery have on recycling opportunities?

02:10pm

Panel Discussion: An Evaluation of Charging Solutions

  • As the prevalence of plug-in electric vehicles increases, what current charging solutions are on offer and how do they differ? Where are the main areas of development for charging infrastructure?
  • How should the industry be looking to separate urban infrastructure from rural areas to develop charging solutions tailored to the specific requirements of end users?

03:25pm

Automotive Tech Week Content Library Live

03:00pm

Wards Intelligence & Wards Auto Wrap Up – Automotive Tech Week Highlights

Agenda to be released 6th September!

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