AutoTechInsight Webinar: Paris Motor Show Recap

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Join us for a review of this year’s Paris Motor Show, also known as Mondial de l'Auto and one of the largest auto shows in Europe. Our experts on-site will provide you with an overview of the announcements and trends witnessed first-hand at the biennial event.

Topics to be covered include the following: new vehicle introductions, interior and lighting, electrified propulsion systems, as well as autonomy and E/E & semi trends. 

Join us for an exclusive recap of this important event, highlighting critical insights on existing and emerging automotive technologies in Europe and elsewhere.


Anna is a principal analyst and manager in the connected car & vehicle experience team at S&P Global Mobility.

Since joining the company in November 2006, Anna has developed and headed the Infotainment focus area. Now her research focuses on connectivity and vehicle experience topics mainly for the North American market.

In addition, Anna manages a team of analysts that focus on the hardware aspects of the connected car and user interfaces. Anna has led and contributed to numerous projects that include 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.

In 2019, Jérémie took on the responsibility for the new automotive E/E and Semiconductor service at S&P Global Mobility that oversees electronics/electric architectures and their implementation down at the semiconductor level. In 2021 he also took responsibility for the autonomous driving research team with a focus on driver assistance, sensors, autonomous vehicles, and mobility.

Since joining S&P Global in 2010 he developed and led the automotive electronics and semiconductor practice for the technology team. When iSuppli was acquired in 2010, he held responsibility for the processing team and the automotive semiconductor practice. With the 'NEXUS Market Analysis for MEMS and Microsystems' published in 2005, he pioneered market research for automotive sensors. In 2000, he had co-founded Wicht Technologie Consulting (WTC) in 2000, where he was heading market research for MEMS & Sensors until its acquisition by iSuppli in 2008.

His career in technology transfer for sensor technology began at the German office of CEA-LETI.

Jérémie is a graduate of the Munich University of Applied Sciences and of Ecole Supérieure de Commerce of Grenoble. He speaks German, English, and French fluently.

Madris is a senior analyst in the Supply Chain and Technology group, specializing in interior/lighting components. He focuses on researching and forecasting technology and supply chain trends for the EU market for interior and lighting components. He has almost 10 years of experience working in the automotive industry, helping OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers growing.

Prior to S&P Global Mobility, Madris was a safety buyer for Renault Nissan in Paris and a project buyer for Faurecia in Munich. He holds a master 2’s degree in international purchasing and logistics, from the IPAG Business School in Paris.

Michael's research focus lies in the propulsion domain, focusing on motors and inverters for hybrid and electric vehicles, fuel cell technology as well as traditional automotive technologies such as fuel injectors, turbochargers, emissions legislation and resulting exhaust aftertreatment strategies.

Prior to joining S&P Global, Michael was employed for several years in the automotive industry having previously worked as a powertrain development engineer for a Global OEM and a Systems Integration engineer for leading Tier 1 Supplier. Michael has a 1st Class MEng Mechanical Engineering degree.

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