AutoTechInsight Webinar: Global outlook of evolving thermal opportunities

Webinar
United States

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The transition from fossil fuel powered internal combustion engines to battery powered EVs will have an expected impact on the global supply chain, with new players emerging, legacy players strategizing to remain relevant and OEM-supplier relationships evolving. Most suppliers and OEMs are actively investing in futuristic technologies and preparing their portfolios for the future.

From a thermal perspective, a variety of propulsion solutions present unique technical challenges in terms of cooling, heating, purifying and more, which creates opportunities for suppliers to provide expertise as development partners, as well as continue and grow the supply of existing specialized components.

This webinar by S&P Global Mobility aims to provide a global overview of current and potential future business opportunities for automotive thermal suppliers.

Please join us to learn more!

Analysts

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.

Jie Yang is a Senior Research Analyst at S&P Global Mobility. She is responsible for propulsion and thermal management technology forecast, as well as supply chain analysis of these domains in Greater China.

Jie had previously worked with Daimler China Research & Development as a powertrain engineer, in charge of the development of thermal management system. Jie graduated from The University of Southern California, USA with a Master of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering.

Matteo Martini is a principal research analyst for Thermal, Supply Chain and Technology, Automotive at S&P Global Mobility. His primary focus lies in the areas of climate control, powertrain cooling as well as hybrid and electric vehicles thermal management.

Matteo had previously worked with Denso within Engineering and Project Management, Thermal Division both in Italy and in the USA for 13 years.
Matteo graduated from Politecnico di Torino, Italy with a Master’s Degree in Automotive Engineering and is a Chartered Member of the Institution of Engineers in Turin, Italy.

Rebecca Bellchambers is a research analyst in the thermal domain at S&P Global Mobility. Her primary focus lies in the areas of climate control, powertrain cooling as well as hybrid and electric vehicles thermal management.

Prior to working at S&P Global Mobility Rebecca Graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a first class honors degree in Automotive engineering, and during her time at university she completed a 12 month industrial placement at Hanon Systems UK.

Suraj is a Principal Research Analyst of the Thermal domain at S&P Global Mobility. His primary focus lies in the areas of climate control, powertrain cooling as well as hybrid and electric vehicles thermal management.

Previously employed with BorgWarner Inc within Application Engineering, Thermal Division in Chennai, India. He has worked on projects for clients like Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Motors & Ford Motors.
Suraj graduated from Hindustan College of Engineering, Anna University with a bachelor’s degree in Automotive Engineering.

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