A look at electrical vehicles, power electronics, autonomous vehicles, in-vehicle networks, automotive safety and cybersecurity
Event scheduled for Thursday, September 17th at 1 p.m. Eastern
Our society is going through a powerful shift as we move from gas-guzzling vehicles to electron-guzzlers. Both established automotive manufacturers and suppliers, as well as start-ups, are developing technologies at break-neck speeds to create the vehicles that will become the standards for the coming age. Along the way, patents will be filed and challenged, and technologies will be founded, stolen, and borrowed.
Prof. Mehrdad (Mark) Ehsani and Prof. Juan Pimentel have front-row seats to the ongoing show and look forward to discussing what they’ve observed so far, and what is coming up, as the international free-for-all continues.
Attorneys: come with your questions ready!
About The Speakers
Dr. Juan Pimentel, automotive industry consultant is an expert in the areas of autonomous vehicles, automotive in-vehicle networks, automotive safety and cybersecurity. He has published extensively and has written several books. One of his latest publications is a series of five edited books for SAE International on various topics related to the safety of automated vehicles. He is on several ISO and SAE committees involving safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF) and vehicle cybersecurity. He is an experienced expert witness.
Prof. Mark Ehsani is the Professor of electrical engineering and Director of Advanced Vehicle Systems Research Program and the Power Electronics and Motor Drives Laboratory at Texas A&M University. He is the author of over 400 publications, 20 books, and over 24 US and EU patents in pulsed-power supplies, high-voltage engineering, power electronics, motor drives, and advanced vehicle systems. Prof. Ehsani has worked on over 50 matters, many of which were patent-related.
Microsoft Academic’s profile of Mark Ehsani
Our experts look forward to discussing issues surrounding automotive technology litigation on Thursday, September 17th, 1 p.m. Eastern. The event is free, but spots are limited so please register below. Questions? Contact Dan Rubin at email@example.com or 202-908-4492.