Call for Papers Now Open for AESIN 2021 Conference

24th February 2021 | News

Are you the next compelling, dynamic speaker we’re looking for? Then read on…

AESIN is delighted to announce that we are looking for talks to be submitted for its prestigious 2021 Conference being held on Thursday 16th September at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham.

Now in its eighth year and established as the premier UK Automotive Electronics Conference, AESIN 2021 will be host to speakers from across the Automotive Industry Supply Chain, Government and Academic Researchers from the UK/Europe and beyond.

The Government has committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 and banned vehicles wholly powered by petrol and diesel by 2030. AESIN is working with Industry and Government partners to support organisations developing the enabling technologies that will help us to achieve these goals.

In addition to new electrification technologies, we will also focus on the ways in which ADAS & Highly Automated Vehicles, Clean Connected Mobility, Software, Skills and Security all play a key role in achieving the overall net zero goals.

Our Keynote speakers will introduce core messages and industry mega trends - Keynotes already secured include Dr Joanna White, Roads Development Divisional Director (Acting) at Highways England, and Laith Altimime President of SEMI Europe. Mike Bell, Group Strategy and Transformation Director, Ricardo UK, Darren Capes, ITS Policy Lead for Department of Transport and Sheema Segal, Director EMEA will also be presenting.

AESIN would like to invite you to submit a proposal for Technical Papers covering the following themes:

- Electrification
- Software
- Clean & Connected Mobility
- Skills
- ADAS & HAV
- Cyber Security

Your submission will be reviewed by a panel of professional experts and all candidates will be informed of the decisions made by Friday 23rd July 2021.

For further details on the Submissions Process, please visit the dedicated AESIN Conference website.

About AESIN

AESIN is a dedicated UK initiative focused on the accelerated and advanced delivery of Electronic Systems (ES) into vehicles and infrastructure operated by the UK Trade Association – TechWorks.

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