Automotive Industry 2017
- Executives’ roundtable: Solutions of the future in the present of the vehicle industry
- Digital shift in practice: what should be kept in mind when planning and implementing a development project? Corporate case studies
- Advancing of the IT sector, the appearance of IT companies in the supply chain
- Labour market roundtable – How would we imagine the “company of the future” besides the expansion of digitalization and tech-companies?
- R+D+I and alternative drive modes (autonomous driving, electric cars), the regulation of self-driving cars
Western civilization has experienced three industrial revolutions so far - after the steam engine, the assembly line and automation the new, fourth industrial revolution is taking place today. The latest industrial revolution is about physical machines and objects connecting into an information network, real economy is integrating into a single, giant intelligent information system. Industry 4.0 is capable of giving answers to the challenges of the newfangled revolution, primarily to the total digitalization of the industrial processes. It is, however, not only about the spread of technology, but also about the paradigm shift of business processes - new job roles, new products, supply chains, production processes come into being and IT knowledge is becoming even more valuable. And who stays out misses out.
Therefore, it is not by chance that those wishing to keep their competitiveness are planning to grow quickly in this area: there is an increased demand on the smart business solutions of the future, the presence of IT companies in the supply chains is becoming more pronounced and we are getting closer and closer to self driving cars becoming available on the market. The joint conference of Portfolio and MAGE 4 will be about where this technological-innovation zugzwang will lead the motor vehicle industry, about what effect it will have on the labour market and about how the sector can prepare for the challenges of the digital competition.
OUR SPEAKERS WERE:
- István Szabó, Head of Department, Ministry of Human Capacities
- Oliver Schatz, Senior Vice President Technical, Managing Director, Robert Bosch Kft.
- János Lang, Vice President, Flex Hungary
- Gusztáv Gulyás, Head of Development Electrical Drives, AUDI HUNGARIA Zrt.
- Imre Szepessy, Department Leader - E/E Advanced Development, thyssenkrupp Steering
- Zsolt Braun, Technical Director, Nemak Győr Aluminiumöntöde Kft.
- Gábor Gerencsér, Production Launch Manager, Opel Szentgotthard
- István Gödri, Managing Director, AVENTICS Hungary Kft.
- Dr. Tibor Péhl, Plant Manager, Arconic-Köfém GRP-BCI
- István Rédai, Plant Manager, Titán '94 Kft.
- Zoltán Szőke, Director Engineering Driver Assistance Systems and Project Director Automated Driving, Robert Bosch Kft.
- Balázs Sebestyén, DCS Cluster Manager – East-Europe, Managing Director, Delphi Connection Systems Hungary Kft.
- Zsuzsa Varga, HR Manager, Arconic Köfém Kft.
- Angéla Csák, HR Generalist, AGC Glass Hungary
- Ákos Dömötör, Chief Executive Officer, OptoForce
- Csaba Kákosy, Partner, Day One Capital Ltd.
- Árpád Takács, Outreach Scientist, AImotive
- László Virág, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Commsignia Ltd.
- István Szammer, Managing Director, Autopro.hu
- Attila Posta, Partner, T-Systems Magyarország
- Aladár Virág, Business Operations Manager, T-Systems Magyarország
- Dr. Dávid Hanis, Attorney, Oppenheim Law Firm
- András Nánássy, Managing Director, SmartScale
- Ákos Mácz, Public Affairs Director, ICT Association of Hungary - IVSZ
- Dr. Géza Haidegger, Senior Research Engineer on factory automation and robotics, Academy of Sciences, Institute for Computer Science and Automation; MTA SZTAKI
- Dr. István Lakatos, Head of Department, Department of Automotive and Railway Engineering, Széchenyi István University
- Ferenc Nyírő, Head of PLM/CAD/CAM, S&T Consulting Hungary Kft.
- Dr. László Rosta, Project Manager, Wigner Research Centre for Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
- Gábor Túry, Research Fellow, Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
- Csaba Kilián, CEO, Association of the Hungarian Automotive Industry (MAGE)
- Balázs Romhányi, Managing Director, Fiscal Responsibility Institute
- Ferenc Turi, Managing Partner, Capitol Consulting Group
- Iris Kassim, Managing Director, Society of Management Innovators
PARTICIPANTS OF THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY 2017 CONFERENCE:
Advisesoft Zrt., AGC Glass Hungary, AImotive, Alap Európa, Alap Inspektor, Arconic Köfém Kft., AUDI HUNGARIA Zrt., autopro.hu, AVENTICS Hungary Kft., AVL AUTÓKUT Mérnöki Kft., Banner Batterien Hungária Kft., BEKO Engineering Kft., BNC-MTA Energiatud.i Kutatókp.-BNC-EK, BNC-MTA Wigner Fizikai Kutatókp. BNC-WIGNER, Bosch Rexroth Kft., Böllhoff Kft., Bridgestone Tatabánya Termelő Kft., Capitol Consulting Group, CÉH Zrt., CEIS, Com-Forth Ipari Informatikai Kft., Commsignia, Continental Automotive Hungary Kft., Day One Capital Ltd., DCA System Kft., Deloitte Zrt., Delphi Connection Systems Hungary Kft., DS Smith Packaging Hungary Kft., Emberi Erőforrások Minisztériuma, e-Mobi NKft., Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem Informatikai Kar, Erste Bank Hungary Zrt., Everda Kft., Ferdinand Bilstein GmbH, Flex Magyarország, Gebrüder Weiss Kft., GTE Gépjármű Szakosztály, Hanon System Hungary Kft., HAYS Hungary Kft., HIPA / Nemzeti Befektetési Ügynökség, Hungexpo, IMI International Kft., Informatikai, Távközlési és Elektronikai Vállalkozások Szövetsége, Invescom Corporate Finance, ISD Dunaferr Zrt., IVSZ, Jedlik Ányos Klaszter, JVSZ, Kiswire Szentgotthárd Kft., Költségvetési Felelősségi Intézet, Kunplast-Karsai Zrt., Lear Corporation Hungary Kft., Magyar Gépjárműipari Egyesület, Menedzsment Innovátorok Társasága, Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Hungary Kft., MFS SINTERING, Miskolc Holding, MOL Nyrt., MTA KRTK, Világgazdasági Intézet, MTA Wigner Fizikai Kutatóközpont, Nefab Packaging Hungary Kft., Nemak Győr Aluminiumöntöde Kft., Net Mobilitás Zrt., NIPÜF Zrt., Opel Southeast Europe, Opel Szentgotthárd, Oppenheim Ügyvédi Iroda, OptoForce Kft., Pallasz Athéné Egyetem, Járműtechnológia Tanszék, Pallér Csarnok Kft., PEMÜ Műanyagipari Zrt., Pillar Mérnökiroda Kft., Polytec Komló Kft., Portfolion Zrt., PwC Magyarország Kft., Raiffeisen Bank, Rati Kft., Renishaw Hungary Kft., Robert Bosch Kft., S&T Consulting Hungary Kft., Saubermacher-FOCUSON Logistics Kft., SmartScale, Still Kft., Széchenyi István Egyetem, Thomas Duvenbeck Immobilien Invest Kft., thyssenkrupp Steering, Titán'94 Kft., Trenkwalder Group AG, TRIGO CEE Kft., T-Systems Magyarország, TV2 Média Csoport Zrt., UniCredit Bank Hungary Zrt., VW Regional Büro Ost-Europa, Wacker Chemie Hungary Kft., Weinberg 93 Építő Kft., ZF Hungária Kft...
DATE: 25th May 2017, Thursday (09.00 - 17.00)
PLACE: InterContinental Hotel (H-1052, Budapest, Apáczai Csere J. u. 12-14.)
COST: HUF 84.900 Ft + VAT / person or 275 EUR + VAT / person
Fee includes: conference documentation, full lunch and coffee breaks.
The conference is bilingual with English-Hungarian simultaneous interpretation.
- 20% on 5 or more registrations
- 20% discount is available for individual MAGE/AHAI members
Discounts cannot be combined!
Our conference is expected not only to provide an opportunity to expand the participants’ knowledge base, but also to create an excellent forum for high-level networking and the forging of new professional relations. Our goal is more than just to organise another cut an dry event; we strive to make this conference a regular, interactive and international forum that keeps its finger on the pulse of the market.
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- The senior management and experts of Vehicle manufacturers – System integrators – Technology suppliers – Raw material producers from the areas of Manufacturing, Engineering, R&D&I, Procurement, Supplier Development, Quality Mangement and HR
- Logistics companies
- Fintech, insurtech, IT-developer and IT-security companies with connections to the motor vehicle industry
- Banks, financial institutions, the representatives for fund providers
- Law firms, consultancy firms
- Organizations, clusters, regulators from the automobile industry
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Automotive Industry 2017
Dr. Géza HaideggerSenior Research Engineer on factory automation and robotics, Academy of Sciences, Institute for Computer Science and Automation; MTA SZTAKI
Gyártási rendszerek kutatás-fejlesztésében, hazai és nemzetközi tudományos projektekben, innovációs eredmények oktatásában vesz részt. A "Jövő gyára": a ManuFuture Európai Technológia Platform szakmai közösségével a nemzetközi és a hazai "IPAR4.0 " közösségi célok és feladatok összehangolásában vesz részt, az ipar digitalizálódási folyamataiban segíti a KKV-kat a sikeres SMART technológiai átalakításokban.
Csaba KiliánCEO, Association of the Hungarian Automotive Industry (MAGE)
Dr. István LakatosHead of Department, Department of Automotive and Railway Engineering, Széchenyi István University
Ákos MáczPublic Affairs Director, ICT Association of Hungary - IVSZ
Ákos Mácz is responsible for public affairs and the sectorial cooperation of the ICT Association of Hungary. His main duty is to create and operate a universal digital communication that realizes all the sectors and industries. He was graduated from the Budapest University of Economic Sciences, as an economist M.Sc. In the past two decades he held various key positions in the Hungarian tele-communication industry and assisted the commercial implementation of the internet in Hungary. He has also held several management positions in marketing, sales and communications. At the time of Hungary's accession into the EU he lived and worked for a year in Brussels where he worked as a head of Magyar Telekom's representative office, supporting the dialogue between the company and EU institutions. His professional area is public affairs, he plays key roles in Hungarian and international industrial cooperations as well as in public and socio-economic positioning of the ICT sector.
István SzammerManaging Director, Autopro.hu
Vehicle production engineer (BSc) and economist (MSc). He used to work at RABA MVG as a technologist for 10 years and for 2 years at the company’s financial department. After this, in the following 3 years he worked as a financial manager and controller at the GE’s Machine Factory in Győr. Since 1995 he has been working in the media business. First, he was the financial director of the daily newspaper Kisalföld until 1999. In the following 13 years he was the Managing director of the company. The Eastern European business was part of the Daily Mail and General Trust’s Associated Newspaper division. Under his leadership Kisalföld ltd was transferred to Lapcom ltd and followed his strategic plan the company became to a seven countries operation international business. The company became market leader in the job (in Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia and Slovakia) and car listing advertising segments (in Hungary and Slovakia) via its owned market leader online businesses. In Hungary two local newspapers Kisalföld and Délmagyarország have been published. At the end of 2012 DMGT decided to sell all its Eastern European B2C businesses and after this change he moved from B2C to B2B media business. He has been the co-shareholder and managing director of the company Autopro.hu, which is a media of Hungarian car production industry. In the past years the company became to the strategic partner of MAGE and MAJOSZ associations. Over its media services the company has established its competition series (called Techtogether) and since then it has been organizing competitions for children and university students, promoting jobs and carrier opportunities in the car industry.
Zsolt BraunTechnical Director, Nemak Győr Aluminiumöntöde Kft.
He graduated in 1983 at ’Budapest University of Technology and Economics’ on the ’Faculty of Transportation Engineering’ as vehicle engineer. Between 1989 and 1994 he gained experience in Germany, after that he directed a tool-making plant for 3 years. He has been working at his current company since 1997, where he started as machining leader. Between 2000 and 2006 he directed the introduction of new products and the plant engineering department. After 2 years of production leadership, he has been the technical director of the factory. The production, the logistics, the supporting areas of the production and the product- and process engineering are in his hands.
Angéla CsákHR generalist, AGC Glass
Ákos DömötörChief Executive Officer, OptoForce
Ákos Dömötör graduated from Corvinus University Budapest and CEMS in 2010, where he studied management. Having finished a global leadership development programme at LEGO he settled in Denmark, where he took up a position in Quality Assurance. Ákos returned to Hungary in 2014 to head up OptoForce Ltd and work on giving the sense of touch to industrial robots. OptoForce started as a university spin-off in 2012 and now counted among the best expert teams in force controlled robotics in the World. OptoForce is in Hungarian-Danish ownership and exports above 95% of their products to various parts of the World. Their most important product line is their 6-axis force/torque sensors, mostly used with collaborative robots. OptoForce customers include Google, MIT, Sony and Samsung -besides many others.
Gábor GerencsérProduction Launch Manager, Opel Szentgotthard
After 11 years with the busmaker Ikarus, just reached 25 years with GM/Opel. Member of the car production start-up team at Szentgotthárd, later manager of the car assy plant. Multicultural leadership experiences gathered during 11 years international assignments in Germany, Australia, China doing various project related positions managing introductions of new engines. Crossfunctional, product oriented leadership roles in matrix organisations. Quality manager of the Szentgotthárd Plant for four years. Now: launch manager, responsible for new product launches of four different engine families. Motivation: admin and manufacturing process-related improvements. Three inventions at GM.
István GödriManaging Director, AVENTICS Hungary Kft.
Mr. István Gödri is the Managing director of the Aventics Hungary Kft. in Eger, Hungary. He graduated as Mechanical Engineer in 1992 at the Kolozsvár Technical University. He accomplished his MBA diploma in 1997 in the joint MBA program of the Budapest Technical University and the Heriot Watt University from Edinburgh. Afterwards he fulfilled project leader functions in the Győr Philips company, and then he continued his works as plant manager of the General Electric Company in Ózd and business unit manager of the Jabil Circuit plant in Tiszaújváros. He took over the leadership of the Eger plant in 2006, which operated – as part of the Bosch Group – at that time under the name of Bosch Rexroth Pneumatika Kft. After the change of ownership in 2014, he continues leading the company, furthermore.
Gusztáv GulyásHead of Development Electrical Drives, AUDI HUNGARIA Zrt.
Education: 1995-1998: Electrical engineering, Kandó Kálmán Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Óbuda University Budapest 1996-1999: Engineering teacher Kandó Kálmán Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Óbuda University Budapest 2015 – (2017): Executive MBA, Széchenyi István University(Győr) Work experience: 1999: Engineer at Audi Hungaria, responsible for the construction of the Development-Centre in Győr 2001-2011: Employee as an engineer at AVL Graz, Austria - Application Control Unit of the diesel engine’s - participation in experimental-and serial hybrid projects (Development of A1 e-tron) 2011: Returned to Audi Hungaria as the Head of Development Electrical Drives
Dr. Dávid HanisAttorney, Oppenheim Law Firm
Dávid Hanis studied at and graduated from the Eötvös Loránd University School of Law in 2009. Took part in French legal studies organized by the University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), obtaining a Master I diploma. Dávid joined Oppenheim in 2009. He was an associate at Oppenheim since its inception in 2009 and has become a senior associate and member of the firm in 2013. Areas of specialization: Commercial Transactions, Contract Law, Energy Law, Environmental Law, Regulatory Law, Industrial Regulation. Languages: Hungarian, English and French.
Csaba KákosyPartner, Day One Capital Ltd.
Iris KassimManaging Director, Society of Management Innovators
János LangVice President, Flex Hungary
András NánássyManaging Director, SmartScale
Ferenc NyírőHead of PLM/CAD/CAM, S&T Consulting Hungary Kft.
Ferenc Nyírő graduated from the Faculty of Transport Engineering of BME with a mechanical engineering degree in 1989. Following a 3-year practice as an industrial engineer he joined his current workplace. He played a key role in disseminating up-to-date 3D CAD/CAM technologies in Hungary, by introducing the Pro/ENGINEER system (today called Creo). In 2010 under his direction S&T Consulting has started the country’s largest CAD/CAM training program, CreoStart.
Dr. Tibor PéhlPlant Manager, Arconic-Köfém GRP-BCI
Dr Tibor Pehl graduated with a MSc as a Mechanical Engineer in 1988 at the University of Miskolc. Later he also obtained post-graduate MSc’s as an Economic Engineer at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and as a Marketing Manager at the Corvinus University of Budapest. He went on to receive his University Doctorate in Project Management. In his thesis he dealt with resource allocation methods and algorithms. He began his career as a lecturer at the University of Miskolc following his studies. From 1994 to 1998 he was the Quality Manager of Electrolux-Lehel. Later he continued as Production Manager, responsible for the European Division of chest freezer unit production. In 1998, working for Remy Automotive, he was in charge of setting up the remanufacturing plant for electric starters and alternators, and later became the Managing Director, and in 2005 he took over as the European Operations Vice President. In 2011 he joined Alcoa (today Arconic) as the Plant Manager of the Global Flat Rolled Products business unit in Hungary.
Attila PostaPartner, T-Systems Magyarország
Alapképzettsége villamosmérnök, de pályafutása az ingatlanfejlesztés területén kezdődött. A 2009-ben bekövetkezett kedvezőtlen piaci folyamatok miatt az AKRON ingatlanalap magyarországi vezetői székéből váltott a gyártási-, ezen belül autóipari beszállítói területre. Az ATM Technology vezetőjeként a műanyag és kompozit interior komponensek előállításával és TPM szolgáltatásokkal foglalkozó társaság fejlesztését végezte jelentős növekedési eredményekkel. A MAGNA, Grupo Antolin, Delphi és OEM kooperációk során szerzett tapasztalatokra is építve jelenleg intelligens gyártási rendszerek fejlesztésében és megvalósításában támogatja a T-Systems tevékenységét.
István RédaiPlant Manager, Titán '94 Kft.
Balázs RomhányiManaging Director, Fiscal Responsibility Institute
Romhányi Balázs 1991-ben végzett közgazdászként. Mester fokozatot a London School of Economicson, PhD-t a Budapesti Közgazdaságtudományi Egyetemen szerzett. A 90-es években dolgozott az MNB-ben és az IMF budapesti képviseletén. A pénzügyminisztérium költségvetési főosztályának főosztályvezető-helyetteseként szerepet játszott a 2008-ban elfogadott költségvetési felelősségi törvény megalkotásában. 2009-2010-ben felépítette a Költségvetési Tanács Titkárságát. A Titkárság megszüntetése után 2011-ben megalapította a Költségvetési Felelősségi Intézetet (www.kfib.hu), amely nonprofit civil szervezetként elsősorban költségvetési témájú tanulmányokat jelentet meg, de más civil szervezeteknek is segít adatokkal, költségvetési ismeretekkel (feleloskoltsegvetes.hu), beárazza a politikai pártok választási ígéreteit (mitigernek.hu) és iparági elemzéseket készít vállalatok számára
Dr. László RostaProject Manager, Wigner Research Centre for Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
L. Rosta, PhD in physics, has been working in neutron research for over 40 years, since 1992 as director of science at the Budapest Neutron Centre which is a consortium of neutron based laboratories at the nuclear reactor of HAS at its Csillebérc site. His scientific activity includes research in materials structures such as semi- and superconductors, alloys, composites, engineering components – among others those of transport industry. He has gained experience in technology transfer, mostly in methodical developments of neutron instrumentation, so that commercialisation of scientific devices has been realised by SMEs. L. Rosta gives regular lectures in university training on materials science at ELTE and BME; author of 300 scientific publications, leader of various domestic and international R&D projects.
Oliver SchatzSenior Vice President Technical, Managing Director, Robert Bosch Kft.
Oliver Schatz is responsible for the operation and development of Budapest Engineering Center as Senior Vice President Technical of Robert Bosch Kft. He graduated as electric engineer in Germany in 1984 at a Military University. He joined Bosch Automotive Electronics as ASIC designer Team Leader in 1992 in Reutlingen, Germany. He became Group Leader in 1997 and received assignment as Head of Department in 1999. From 2005 he became Technical Director of Bosch Sensortec in Kusterdingen, Germany. He leads the Budapest Engineering Center as Senior Vice President Technical from 2013 and from 2016 he received also assignment as Managing Director of Robert Bosch Kft.
Balázs SebestyénDCS Cluster Manager – East-Europe, Managing Director, Delphi Connection Systems Hungary Kft.
Graduated as electrical engineer from the Systems and Avionics department of the Hungarian Air Force College in 1996 and gained MBA from Case Western Reserve University in Ohio, through the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest. Started his career at Ford’s Székesfehérvár plant, where he had multiple leadership roles. He joined Delphi’s Tatabánya plant in 2005 – where he has been managing director for 7 years now – which plant doubled its revenue over the last 4 years and has also been presented with the 2015 Company of the Year award by the Figyelő weekly magazine. Since 2015, he is also the Eastern European Cluster Manager of Delphi Connection Systems. His main tasks include leading operations for automotive connectors in Eastern Europe, coordinating and launching strategic businesses and investments.
István SzabóHead of Department, Ministry of Human Capacities
Imre SzepessyDepartment Leader - E/E Advanced Development, thyssenkrupp Steering
He graduated at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 1997 as MSc. in mechanical engineering on Faculty of Transportation Engineering. In 1999, he was one of the founding members of the steering systems development center of thyssenkrupp in Hungary. His main area of expertise is development of electro-mechanical steering systems. He lead the system department and later the entire functional development. Currently Department Leader of Advanced Development and responsible for innovation in electronics research and development.
Zoltán SzőkeDirector Engineering Driver Assistance Systems and Project Director Automated Driving, Robert Bosch Kft.
Zoltán graduated from the Politechnica University of Timisoara in 2003 as a Master of Arts in Computer Science. He joined Bosch Engineering Center Budapest 13 years ago, in his first role as SW engineer and after two years he was promoted to a leadership role. He spent 3 years in Germany as Project Director. After his return to Budapest he became Director of one of the most innovative Department of Robert Bosch Kft., responsible for Parking and Maneuvering Assistance. Beside his Director role in Engineering Driver Assistance, he is as well a Project Leader of a newly established field of activities related to Automated Driving.
Árpád TakácsOutreach Scientist, AImotive
Ferenc TuriManaging Partner, Capitol Consulting Group
For the past 20 years Mr Turi have been an active player of the Hungarian management consulting market. He started his carrier as the managing partner of Roland Berger kft in Hungary. He was in this position for six years, following which he established Capitol Consulting Group (CCG) kft, that he has been leading for the past 14 years. CCG's typical projects are cost cutting and efficiency improvement projects with strong focus on strategy issues. Other business areas where CCG is active are process redesign (plant level, business level), financial controlling systems, management audit, etc. During the past 14 years CCG had accumulated a wide range of project references in the automotive supplier industry with international and Hungarian first and second tier level suppliers.
Gábor TúryResearch Fellow, Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Graduated at the Eötvös Loránd University as a geographer. He is a research fellow at the Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. To his areas of research belong various aspects of the modernization and global economic integration of the Central European countries, as well as the global value chains of the transnational companies in particular the automotive industry. He has published numerous journal articles and book chapters in these areas.
Zsuzsa VargaHR Manager, Arconic Köfém Kft.
Aladár VirágBusiness Operations Manager, T-Systems Magyarország
Virág Aladár gépészmérnöki diplomáját a Miskolci Egyetemen szerezte. A 15 éves szakmai pályafutását az autóipar jellemzi. Karrierjét Lean mérnökként kezdte,de később termelés igazgatói,operatív –és gyárigazgatói feladatköröket is ellátott olyan autóipari cégeknél,mint Delphi,Jabil,Kongsberg,Lear,JCI. Célja,hogy “okos gyárakat” segítsen megvalósítani a T-Systems megoldásaival, mint Business Operations manager.
László VirágChief Technology Officer (CTO), Commsignia
Decade long experienced hardware architect and embedded designer in the field of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) and in the automotive industry. PhD candidate in the field of vehicle to vehicle and vehicle to infrastructure (V2X) communication and the Internet of Things (IoT), MSc degree from Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
Automotive Industry 2017
Registration: 08:20 - 08:45
Section I. You must have technological innovation – It is what drives global and national competitiveness
Section II. Digitalization – how is it applied in business practice and how does it affect supplier development?
Section III. Future challenges: The rise of the IT sector in the vehicle industry and their effect on the labour market
Section IV. R+D+I and alternative drive modes (autonomous driving, electric cars)
Automotive Industry 2017
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- 20% discount is available for individual MAGE/AHAI members
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