AutoTechInsight Webinar: IAA Mobility and Detroit Auto Show Recap

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Join us for a review of 2023’s IAA Mobility and Detroit Auto Show. Our experts on-site will provide you with an overview of the announcements and trends witnessed first-hand at these events.

Topics to be covered include the following: New vehicle introductions, connected car and vehicle experience, vehicle dynamics and materials, as well as automotive sensors. 

Come along with us for an exclusive recap of these events, highlighting critical insights on existing and emerging automotive technologies in Europe and North America. 


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.

Edwin Pope, Principal Analyst for Vehicle Dynamics & Materials at S&P Global Mobility with global responsibility for the automotive body in white materials forecast.

Edwin specializes in forecasting the automotive materials market through a cross functional analysis of the entire vehicle lifecycle. His expertise includes material usage and manufacturing techniques in body structures, chassis, and propulsion systems. He closely follows trends in 3D Printing, alternative fuels and performance engineering.

Prior to joining S&P Global, Edwin worked as a Mass Integration Engineer at a global leading American automotive OEM on one of the highest volume premium sportcars.

He holds a Bachelor of Science in Physics from the United States Military Academy at West Point and is based in Southfield, Michigan. His continuing afterhours automotive education focuses on fabrication.

Kyle is a Senior Analyst for Connected Car and Vehicle Experience at S&P Global Mobility focusing on the North American market. His main areas of focus are, Center Stack Displays, Instrument Clusters, Head-Up Displays, Headunit, and Telematics.

Additionally, he researches other methods that impacts the user’s experience, such as Over-The-Air updates, Virtual Personal Assistants, gesture recognition, and proximity sensing. Kyle obtained his Bachelors of Science degree from Madonna University in 2017 and is currently working on his M.B.A at Wayne State University.

Prior to his role at S&P Global Mobility, Kyle worked for Bosch in their Car Multimedia division.

Richard Dixon is a Senior Principal Analyst for automotive architectures and sensors at S&P Global Mobility and responsible for E/E & Semiconductor forecasts on engine and transmission ECUs, central body controller module and wire harness.

He has authored more than 25 consulting and market research studies and is a recognized expert on passenger car sensors.

His responsibilities include the study of automotive architectures and forecasting of market demand for more than 20 types of sensors (MEMS, magnetic, inductive, radar, light, temperature, ceramic...) deployed in more than 100 automotive applications. His most recent sensor research includes vehicle electrification, exhaust and future architectures that result from electrification and automated driving.

Prior to S&P Global Mobility, Richard was a sensor analyst at iSuppli for automotive and industrial sectors. He previously worked as a trade journalist in the semiconductor industry and has five years of technology transfer experience.

Richard graduated from Greenwich University with a degree in materials science and earned a doctorate in semiconductor research from Surrey University. He speaks English and German.

Short version : Richard Dixon is Senior Principal Analyst for Automotive Sensors at IHS Markit and author of more than 40 consulting and market research studies. He is a recognized expert on all aspects of sensors for passenger cars with responsibilities for research on vehicle electrical architectures and databases tracking over 20 types of sensors in more than 100 automotive applications.

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