CESA 2012 : programme overview day 1

On december 4, the CESA 2012 congress will kick off at 8.55 am, with a welcome & Introduction speech by Jochen LANGHEIM (STMicroelectronics), Chairman of the event. This will be followed by an opening speech by Michel ROLLIER, President of French Automotive Plateforme (PFA) and keynotes from Marc DUVAL-DESTIN, VP Research & Advanced Engineering at PSA Peugeot Citroen and Christophe PERILLAT-PIRATOINE, Group’s Chief Operating Officer at Valeo.
Then, in the morning the congress will offer in parallel round table sessions from 10.30 (market of electric vehicles with Roland Berger and BIPE, new mobility with PSA and SNCF) or technical sessions (environment, energy sources & infrastructures with Valeo, Renault, IPG Automotive, B&A) from 12.
After the lunch break (from 1.15 to 2.15), the programme will split between round tables on ADAS & connectivity (with Valeo and Volkswagen), and energy (with Ademe and EDF), meanwhile technical sessions will focus on new mobility (Amsterdam City, NXP, Bitron, Bosch) and ADAS & connectivity (Bosch, TRW, Continental, IDIADA, Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Institut für Kraftahrzeugeuntil), until 6.15.
The day 1 will be concluded by keynotes from Wolfgang RUNGE, Member of the board of ZF Steering Systems and chairman of Baden-Baden conference and Pierre GATTAZ, President of FIEEC, and by a day 1 wrap up from Jochen LANGHEIM.


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