You are invited to participate in the Driving Efficiency: How Automotive Companies are Gearing up for Digital Transformation webinar
Automakers and automotive suppliers are facing change unlike any other time in the industry's history. The unrelenting pace of transformation that digitalization and connectivity are driving throughout vehicle design and automotive plants is extraordinary.
Join speakers, Praveen Chandrasekar, Consulting Director of Global Automotive & Transportation – Frost & Sullivan and Rudy Calderon, General Manager of Industrial Accounts – Current, powered by GE, for our webinar “Driving Efficiency: How automotive companies are gearing up for digital transformation”.
You’ll discover the impact of Industry 4.0 in the automotive sector and learn about the efforts automotive companies are taking to become more energy efficient and shift their digital transformation into high gear.
During this webinar you’ll learn about:
- Impact of digital transformation in the automotive industry across five key pillars - Industry 4.0, Connected Supply Chain, Connected Car, Autonomous Driving and New Mobility Programs
- Key IIoT trends across the automotive market
- Real world case studies of automotive IIoT efforts
- How energy efficiency is driving improved plant productivity
- The future of connected automotive plants
Rudy Calderon is the General Manager of Industrial Accounts for Current, powered by GE. He leads a strategic sales team that delivers strong financial and energy savings outcomes for global industrial customers in the automotive, CPG, warehousing and logistics space. Rudy has worked closely with major automakers and suppliers on energy efficiency projects and understands the best approach to ensure successful execution of an LED and controls project in the automotive sector. Prior to his current role, Rudy has held various roles in sales, marketing, business development, quality, lean/six sigma and management over his 20+ year career with General Electric. Rudy is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a bachelor degree in economics. He also earned his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.