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New Traffic Concepts Determine Everyday Life

Dr. Bernd Heinrichs, Executive Vice President & Chief Digital Officer Mobility Solutions, Robert Bosch GmbH

Since October 2017, Bernd Heinrichs is Chief Digital Officer Smart Mobility Solutions at Bosch. His focus is on conceptualization, implementation and marketing of new IOT-based business models for the global market. He builds on his experience from the fields of IT, communication, and connectivity, artificial intelligence, and data science, which he collected during his 25-year career.

E-Mobility, Digitalization & Autonomous Driving - The Future of Lamborghini?

Stefan Gramse, Chief Procurement Officer, Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

Stefan Gramse started as a trainee at Volkswagen AG. After working as a purchaser in the Electr(on)ic Procurement and within Development as Head of Resource Management EE, Mr. Gramse moved to Audi AG Procurement Metal in 2009, where he was responsible for sourcing chassis and chassis form parts before being appointed as CPO by Lamborghini in 2016.

Innovative E-Vehicles, Hesitant Customers - What can we do for the Customer

Stefan von Dobschütz, CCO eMobility, Innogy SE

Stefan von Dobschütz is CCO eMobility at innogy SE. Since 2017 he has been co-leading innogy´s new business division and accounts for marketing, sales and business development. innogy is a leading technology and service provider in the field of electric mobility. Before he worked at Boston Consulting Group and BMW Group, most recently, as General Manager, inter alia, for BMWi.

Effects of Electromobility on Procurement Strategy

Marco Philippi, Leader Procurement Strategy Division, Volkswagen AG

Marco Philippi leads Volkswagen AG's group procurement strategy division. He started his carreer at Volkswagen with inhouse consulting and joined procurement in 2010 coming from the corporate strategy department. Besides strategy his division is also responsible for innovation management and sustainability within procurement.

Implications of Autonomous and Electric Drive on the Design of Cars

Werner Koestler, Board Member Interior Division, SVP Strategy, Continental Automotive GmbH

Werner Koestler works at Continental - he is SVP and on the board of the Interior Division, his responsibility is Strategy and Business Development. He started his career in Vienna as a telecommunication engineer at Ericsson in 91. In 92 he joined a small Austrian company in the area of Automotive that was finally acquired by Siemens.

Automated & Connected Solutions for Rail Applications

Bernhard Bihr, President, Bosch Engineering Group

Bernhard Bihr has been president of Bosch Engineering Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH, since 2004. Before, Bihr was active in various leadership positions in calibration, development as well as sales within the Bosch Group. Bernhard Bihr is married and has three children. He studied Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Munich, Germany.

Mobility concepts of the future - opportunities and challenges for driver assistance systems

Ralph Lauxmann, Senior Vice President Systems & Technology, Continental Teves AG & Co. OHG

Since January 2015, Ralph Lauxmann has been responsible for the Systems & Technology division of the Chassis & Safety division and is a member of the Chassis & Safety Management Board. In this function he reports directly to Frank Jourdan, Head of the Chassis & Safety Division and member of the Executive Board of Continental AG.

Potentials and limits of additive component design and production in automotive engineering

Dr. Paul Fickel, Executive Assistant Pre-development Body and Components, Daimler AG

Paul Fickel has been working at Daimler AG in the area of predevelopment since 2012. During this time, he received his doctorate and assumed the role of Executive Assistant Pre-development Body and Components in 2017.

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