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AutoTechInsight Webinar: Global Automotive R&D spending: What will 2021 look like for the industry?

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United States
IHS Markit

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AutoTechInsight Webinar: Global Automotive R&D spending: What will 2021 look like for the industry? 

2020 showed a sharp decline in global R&D spending by automotive companies. In recent day’s outlook on R&D spend has improved and our recent data depict a positive trend. Although automotive R&D spend is not recovered fully and has yet to go back to where it was prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the forecast suggests a positive comeback later in this year.

In this webinar, our research director Dr. Tawhid Khan will provide the 2021/22 outlook of the global R&D spend and areas where spending will occur. He will present the predictive operational and capital expenditure within the spending forecast for this financial year.

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Anna H. Buettner

Anna H. Buettner, Principal Analyst, IHS Markit

Since joining the company in November 2006, Ms. Buettner has developed and headed the Infotainment focus area. Now her research focuses on connectivity and infotainment topics mainly for the North American market, as part of the connected car team. Ms. Buettner has led and contributed to numerous projects that includes detailed analysis of in-vehicle head unit systems, acoustic systems as well as telematics solutions for a number of international OEM and supplier companies to support critical decisions that shape the automotive and transportation business landscape.

Prior joining IHS Markit, she worked with policy research organization Center for Rural Policy and Development as a researcher to evaluate issues from a rural perspective. She holds a BSc (Hons) in Sociology from Minnesota State University, Mankato.

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Dr. Tawhid Khan

Dr. Tawhid Khan, Research Director, Supply Chain & Technology, IHS Markit

Tawhid Khan is the research director at IHS Markit, who leads Supply Chain & Technology innovation and automotive electronics & technology syndicated custom projects.

Under his guidance, IHS Markit offers custom syndicated services related to ADAS, telematics and its value-added services, connected & autonomous mobility solutions, automotive product life-cycle management, data monetization, technology strategies, and automotive electronics market data for competitive analysis and company market entry/growth planning.

Tawhid has more than 24 years of research and technology development experience in automotive electronics (Jaguar & Land Rover cars, Volvo, Tata Motors, Dyson EV) and telecommunications software (Marconi, Ericsson, Westinghouse). His automotive experience included full ownership and strategy development of upper body electronics components, in-vehicle network (IVN), driver assistance and sensor system (ADAS), infotainment/telematics systems, application software, and hardware systems. He led several advanced engineering and conceptual vehicle electrical architectural development projects that showcased at external and internal events, such as Geneva Autoshow 2014 for Tata Motors European Centre Plc (TataConnectNext) and Dyson Electric Vehicles experience demonstrator vehicle (EDV).

Tawhid has written journal papers that included the Journal of Usability Studies, SAE International Journal of Passenger Cars - Electrical & Electronics system, International Journal of Vehicle Design, etc. He received his Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical & Electronics engineering from the University of South Wales. Dr. Tawhid Khan has an engineering doctorate from the University of Warwick, United Kingdom, along with an MBA in Engineering Business Management from Coventry University, United Kingdom.

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