GREENVILLE — The South Carolina Automotive Council (SCAC) will prominence a state’s automotive record strength during a sixth annual South Carolina Automotive Summit. The event, that will take place Feb. 20-22 during a Hyatt Regency in Greenville, will attract some-more than 250 attention thought-leaders, tip executives and rising stars.
“We are respected to host the Summit, that has been one of a state’s premier events over a past 6 years,” said Catherine Hayes, executive executive of a South Carolina Automotive Council. “With a $27 billion mercantile impact, success in a state’s automotive attention means success for South Carolina.”
The discussion theme, “Where Connectivity Happens,” will prominence a subsequent era of automotive prolongation tech.
“More and more, a prolongation zone is implementing cutting-edge record into a day-to-day operations,” says Hank Bennett, clamp boss for Gasoline Systems Manufacturing Sector during Robert Bosch LLC. “We need opportunities such as a Summit to pierce together tip minds in South Carolina to have conversations that will propel us towards a future.”
The conference is a capstone eventuality of South Carolina Auto Week. It kicks off with IngeniousSC!, a preview of the latest technologies grown by the state’s industry, universities and investigate organizations. Conference sessions will also explore autonomous driving, SMART cities and factories, deep appurtenance learning, prolongation innovation, logistics modeling, connected vehicles and other prohibited topics in tech. A full discussion report is available here.
Keynote speakers include:
- Paul Boris, clamp boss during GE Digital, will discuss AI, low training and man-machine interfaces.
- Mitch Bainwol, boss CEO of a Alliance of Automotive Manufacturers will outline a destiny of mobility and a impact of imminent administration influence.
- Mike Jackson, executive of Vehicle Production Forecasting for IHS Automotive, North America will prominence arriving trends for automotive prolongation on a continent.
- OEM Spotlight, Michael Balke, boss and CEO, Mercedes-Benz Vans will share prolongation insights and SC enlargement updates.
- Joachim Taiber, CTO International Transportation Innovation Center and Clemson University accessory professor, and tellurian experts will plead their plan for a Mobility Revolution.
- Gary Silberg, partner and National Automotive Sector leader during KPMG, will benefaction disdainful new attention insight.
“We are unapproachable to have put together a superb lineup of speakers and panelists for this year’s Summit,” said Dex Battista, Magna International manager of Government Affairs and SCAC house member. “The eventuality will pierce eminent automotive experts to South Carolina and yield a forum for open discourse on how a automobile attention in South Carolina can continue to pierce brazen and grow as we accommodate a hurdles of an elaborating technological landscape.”
Panelists and presenters paint organizations including: BMW, Honda of SC, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Cummins Turbo Technologies, Senator International, South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance, SC Council on Competitiveness, GSP International Airport, KIA Motors, ZF Transmissions, SAE Foundation, Clemson University, In-Tech, The State of South Carolina, Center for Manufacturing Innovation, Alliance of Automotive Manufacturing, IHS Automotive, International Transportation Innovation Center, IBM, GIL, urban.systems and Nebiolotech.
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South Carolina Automotive Council
The South Carolina Automotive Council (SCAC) is a not-for-profit, member-based classification committed to portion automotive-related manufacturers by programs, services, advocacy and partnerships. Established as an beginning of a South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance (SCMA), a SCAC is building on a believe of an classification with over 100 years of proven success advocating for manufacturing. Utilizing a resources, believe and infrastructure of a SCMA, a SCAC is means to effectively and well offer a members and a community, noticing a significance of a automotive attention to South Carolina’s economy. More information on SCAC and a Summit can be found during www.scautomotivecouncil.com. A full list of events for SC Auto Week can be found during www.scautoweek.com.