In such a volatile environment, OEMs and suppliers must respond to mitigate disruption to production, maximise capacity and optimise production sequences. At the same time, they must adapt plants to meet the requirements of electrification, sustainability and digitalisation. In this sessions, automotive manufacturing experts discuss strategies for managing the pace of change and variety in manufacturing and unpack what they will mean across plant assembly lines and shopfloors.
Henner Lehne, Vice-President – Global Vehicle Forecasting, Automotive, S&P Global Mobility
Cengiz Kazilkan, President Global Sales Automation and Executive Director, Europe, Magswitch
Dr Matthias Preuß, Vice-President, Global Microfactory Technology, Next e.GO Mobile
Hosted by Nick Holt, editor, AMS
The 1st Automotive Evolution Europe took place December 6-7 in Munich. See highlights, videos, photos and learn more information here.
The 2nd Automotive Evolution Europe will take place November 22-23, 2023 back in Munich, Germany.
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Christopher Ludwig, editor-in-chief
Ahmo Saric, senior content producer
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