Sunnyvale, Calif. – May 31, 2022 – We are excited to announce that in just a few days, the Sonatus team will be en route to Novi, Michigan to attend AutoTech: Detroit! We’re joining other industry professionals for two days of programming with thought-provoking, inspiring conversations on the future of automotive. The conference is set to be an exciting moment for players in both automotive and high-tech verticals coming together to discuss the latest thinking around the technologies that are shaping the auto industry’s future.
The state of the automotive industry has changed significantly in the past few years, and more auto companies are bringing in high-tech professionals to boost their competitive edge and deploy advanced vehicle technologies that will impact OEMs and drivers alike. AutoTech: Detroit presents a unique opportunity, gathering auto and tech experts to discuss areas such as autonomy, digital cabins, sustainability, software-defined vehicles, digital safety and security, connected car systems, electrification and more. In addition to displaying our new automotive solutions demo, holding giveaways, and sponsoring a network reception aside COVESA for those attending – Sonatus’ CTO and Co-Founder, Yu Fang, will be participating in the panel discussion: Removing the Pain of Software Integration.
Removing the Pain of Software Integration will tackle questions facing automakers when approaching the development of integrated and connected platforms, opportunities available for platform collaboration to enable further developments within the software-defined vehicle, what are some of the top technological and operational implications for automakers as they aim to build vehicles that evolve and improve throughout their lifetimes via software innovations.
Yu Fang will speak alongside a number of other insightful panelists with moderator Stephen Bell, Principal Analyst and Director of Data and Analytics at TU-Automotive:
- Matt Jones, Director of Global Technology Strategy at Ford Motor Company
- Sushama Mithapally, Engineering Group Manager of Software Defined Vehicles at General Motors
- Hemant Deokar, Director of Product Marketing at Rolling Wireless
- Steve Schwinke, VP of Customer Engagement at Sibros
If you plan on attending, we hope to see you at Booth #417 to be one of the first to experience our new Vehicle Automation Manager UI demo, meet with our team, and learn more about our vision for the software-defined future of automotive.
We look forward to attending AutoTech: Detroit and participating in the many stimulating conversations that will be had with fellow members of the evolving automotive ecosystem. Stay tuned for upcoming content on our social platforms during the conference and Yu Fang’s panel discussion on Removing the Pain of Software Integration.
Helpful links and information:
- Are you an OEM looking to register for the event? Click here to register for free.
- Want to schedule a time to speak with one of our team members at the event? Contact us.
- Removing the Pain of Software Integration panel: June 9th, 2022 at 11:05 AM - 11:50 AM EST
Sonatus helps automakers build dynamic software-defined vehicles that can evolve and adapt over their entire lifetimes through code-less updates that don’t require new software. Leveraging extensive software-defined and automotive expertise, the company compresses decades of digital innovation into scalable vehicle and cloud software solutions, empowering OEMs to innovate faster, reduce complexity and costs, and become more agile. Sonatus’ award-winning Digital Dynamics™ platform is currently in-market in Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis, and will be on the road in millions more vehicles by 2023. The company is backed by world-class automotive, technology, and venture investors including Hyundai Motor Group’s Kia Corporation, LG Electronics, Marvell, SAIC Capital, Translink Capital, UMC Capital, and Wanxiang Group Company. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA, with offices in Detroit, MI, and Seoul, Korea.
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