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Automotive Electronics conference
14 - 15 April 2011 | Hotel Crowne Plaza (Electronic City), Bangalore, India
Advancing technologies integrating seam- lessly together and ever increasing customer expectations have brought together automo- tive and electronics industries like never before. The introduction of electronics from engine management systems to sensors to infotainment to telematics enables the auto makers to create products which are Green, Safe and Intelligent. The opportunities for both automotive and electronics industries are immense as these demand a very high level of collaboration sometimes even from conceptualisation phase.

AEC 2011, is a congregation of researchers of automotive electronics from Government, Defense, Academia and Industry to under- stand the challenges and critical areas in the domain.

The two-day research conference is on some of the most important elements of the Indian automotive electronics industry along with various challenges and their mitigation. The two days will be comprised of: know more on the government initiatives and perspective towards the Indian automotive electronics R&D, the technical challenges and how to resolve them along with best practices, and the best technologies to accelerate R&D.
Government Policies and Initiatives
Reliability Engineering in Automotive Electronics Development
Cost Analysis and Management
Automotive Mechatronics
Contract Research Opportunities
AUTOSAR: An Open Platform for the Future Automobile
Impact of Electronics on Auto Components
The Role of R&D in Ensuring a Robust Electronics Supply Chain
TRIZ Algorithm for Building Innovative Automotive Products
Simulation Driven Product Development for Automotive Electronics
Electronics Systems and their Standardisation
Patenting and Intellectual Property Rights
Harnessing the power Electronics to Radically Enhance your Green Initiatives
Future Scope: Connected Car
Exclusive Early Bird Offer before 11th March 2011
Mr. Kishore Karandikar
Event Chairperson
Mr. Kishore Karandikar,
Independent Consultant &
Automotive Expert
Keynote Speaker
Keynote Speaker
Mr. Saurabh Dalela,
Additional Director, Project Planning,
NATRIP Implementation Society

Mr. A.B. Komawar,
Senior Deputy Director & Head,
Automotive Electronics Laboratory,
Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI)
Dr. R.B. Misra,
Reliability Engineering Centre,
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Ms. Anandi Iyer,
Founder & CEO,
Investment Innovation & Research Alliance (IIRA)
Mr. Rajendranath Goswami,
Deputy General Manager,
Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions
Ms. Anumita Roychowdhury,
Deputy Director,
Centre for Science and Environment
Mr. Rohit Gupta,
Engineering Manager, Cost Engineering and Cost Reduction, General Motors India
Dr. K. Ganesan,
Director, TIFAC-CORE (Automotive Infotronics),
Senior Professor, School of Information
Technology and Engineering, VIT University
Dr. Sadagopan,
International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Bangalore
Mr. Gautam Dutta,
Country Manager - India,
ANSYS Software
Mr. Sartaj Singh,
Scientist E,
Centre for Artificial Intelligence & Robotics
Dr. Nalinaksh Vyas,
N C Nigam Chair Professor,
Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Mr. Shrikant Marathe,
Automotive Research Association of Indian (ARAI)
Delegate Profile: Industry Leaders, Academicians, Researchers, Scientists, Senior Executives/Managers and Decision Makers of:
Research and Development, New Product Development, Automotive Electronics, Design and Development, Strategic Electronics, Engineering and Embedded Systems

From: Automotive OEMs, Automotive Ancillaries, Captive Centers, 3rd Party Design Houses, Electronic Software and Hardware Suppliers

For Speaking Opportunities, Product Showcase and Technical Assistance:
James K Vertical Director - Automotive
+91 98336 73361 | james@ycorpmedia.com

For Registration and Customer Sup- port:
Jeevan Kumar Head - Operations
+91 98200 99389 | yjk@ycorpmedia.com
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