Event.

Automotive Roundtable: Connected Vehicles for Future Mobility.

Discuss the latest status and trends of Connected Vehicles with OEMs and suppliers at the upcoming Beijing Automotive Roundtable.

Schedule:

17:30 – 18:40 pm: Registration and Networking Dinner

  • German Restaurant Brotzeit, ground floor of DRC Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Office Building. Dinner costs will be paid to the restaurant separately by participants.

18:40 pm: Welcoming Remarks

  • By Mrs. Kathrin Brüggemeier, Founder, Automotive Roundtable

 

18:45 pm: Presentation: Connected Vehicle - When Digital meets Data

  • By Mr. Vishwaraaj Shetty (Vish), Managing Director, ATCS

Mr. Vishwaraaj Shetty (Vish) - Is the managing director of ATCS which is a niche Automotive Consulting and IT Services Company Head Quartered in New Jersey. They focus primarily on helping Auto OEM's in Digital transformation to help monetize the changing business trends. Vish has been engaged with the changing Automotive IT & Digital strategies for over the last 15 years with over 10 years of that dedicated to APAC and China market. Currently taking keen interest in increasing the trade between China and India by engaging in various Inter Governmental initiatives such as set up of IT corridors and building B2B platforms to encourage trade across both countries. Actively engages with the Startup commu­nity and technology focused forums. He is a MBA graduate from the prestigious IE Business School in Spain where he majored in Strategy & Business development.

 

19:05 pm: Presentation: Connected Vehicle - How Connectivity Services the Future Mobility and Intelligent Driving

  • By Mr. Li Ting, Supplier Quality Manager for EE component of Mercedes Benz Car, Daimler China

Mr. Li Ting graduated in TU Darmstadt with master’s degree of Information and Communication Engineering (Microelectronics) since 2007. He worked for HUAWEI, and an Automotive Electronic company in Germany. He has plenty experiences in all the automotive electronics design, manu­fac­tur­ing and supplier development. He is organizing a nonprofit group of talented engineers in automotive industry from different companies, who are with wide of experiences consulting and supporting the Chinese local automotive industry development of manu­fac­tur­ing, innovation and company operation.

 

19:25 pm: Panel discussion: Connected Vehicles

  • Moderator: Ms. Lynn Luo, Senior Manager Public Policy and Government Relations, GM China

15+ years working experience in government affairs and legal consultancy. Good understanding of Chinese & western culture and government structure. Legal back­ground. Good understanding of laws, regulations and policy making process. 8+ years working in the auto industry. Familiar with auto related policies, particularly in market access, investment, trade and fair competition. Joined GM in 2011, responsible for government relations and policy advocacy. Interpreting China’s political and economic environment to support business decisions and building/maintaining GM’s strong relationship with key stakeholders, including Chinese government agencies at both central and local levels, trade associations, think tanks, embassy/consulates etc. Holds a master’s degree in Law from the University of Sheffield, UK

19:45 pm: Q&A


 

When: 12 September 2019 | 17.30 pm

Where: German Centre Beijing | DRC Liangmaqiao (for seminar)

11th Floor, Unit 1101A, DRC Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Office Building, 19 Dongfang East Road, Chaoyang District, 100600 Beijing, PR China

北京市朝阳区东方东路19号DRC亮马桥外交办公大楼D1座1101A室 

German Restaurant Brotzeit (for dinner)

Fee: 200 RMB/Person, incl. 1 Welcome Drink if registered by September 10,

150 RMB/Person, incl. 1 Welcome Drink for German Centre Tenants,

300 RMB/Person, incl. 1 Welcome Drink at the door without registration

Registration: info@g-i-events.com by September 10, 2019.

In case you register but cannot attend, please cancel your reservation before September 10, 2019. Otherwise you will be invoiced for the event. 

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