Novi, MI – Auria’s Vice President, NA Product Development & Global Supply Chain Management Marcos Tonndorf joins an industry panel on Tuesday, November 16 from 1:10-1:55 p.m. during the annual Ward’s Automotive Tech Week.
The panel “What will Cockpits be like in 2030?” will cover topics including:
• Will there be vast differences between personal and commercial vehicles?
• Will buttons and knobs be gone for good?
• How will sustainability goals impact design, materials?
• How will haptics and acoustics evolve?
The panel will be moderated by Wards Intelligence Executive Director of Content Dave Zoia.
With more than 25 years of experience in global supply chain management combined with extensive material and technical expertise, Tonndorf has held leadership roles with both global OEM and supplier companies.
Automotive Tech Week 2021 combines five events (TU-Automotive Detroit, WardsAuto Interiors & UX Conferences, WardsAuto Engine & Propulsion Summit, ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles), to host an engaged community of automotive tech experts for a week of valuable content, both onsite and online. The event features access to the research expertise of Wards Intelligence, the reach and community of WardsAuto, and the connection and event power of TU-Automotive, now known as Informa Tech Automotive Group.
Auria is a leading global supplier of automotive acoustical, thermal, aerodynamic and fiber-based products. Formed in 2017, Auria is built on a century of transportation industry heritage. The company, with financial headquarters in Coleshill, England and operational headquarters in Southfield, Mich., USA, Shanghai, China and Dusseldorf, Germany, operates 25 manufacturing and 10 technical facilities globally. Visit www.auriasolutions.com for more information.
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