International Congress : SIA CESA 5.0

  • 5 & 6 December 2018
  • Palais des Congres, Versailles

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SIA CESA 5.0 has been a great success thank to the participation of our exhibitors, attendees and speakers!

SIA CESA is a major opportunity to understand how the automotive business will evolve over the next five years, with a focus on products and services that are likely to transition from other markets into use-cases for automotive.

Electronics content is growing in every product thanks to miniaturization of circuits, new business models, new actors and beyond this a changed perception of the environment which has consequences for industry in general, not only for the automotive one.
SIA CESA is an event that explains the technological breakthroughs, technical barriers and other influencing factors for our industry such as standards, rules and laws.
300 Engineering and business unit managers as well as technical experts from the automotive world gathered to exchange on these subjects with colleagues from adjacent domains such as infrastructure, communication, Telco providers, insurance, consumer electronics and law.

Once again, the congress highlighted the importance of electronics in the coming developments of the automotive industry.

Thank you very much for your participation, and see you very soon in our next events!

COMMITTEES

 

Conference chair

Jochen LANGHEIM - STMicroelectronics
                   

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

                 
AUFRERE Christophe  - Faurecia                  
BASTIEN Rémi  - Renault                  
CARRIE Heiko  - BOSCH                  
DEVAUCHELLE Guillaume - Valeo                  
GOHIN Carla  - Groupe PSA                  
GROS Hervé - SIA                  
MARBACH Luc  - VEDECOM                  
                   
                   

Program Committee

                 
            RIBOT Pascal  - STMicroelectronics      
ALVAREZ Ignacio  - Faurecia     GUILLAUME Anne  - LAB     RICHARD Daniel  - Valeo      
AUMONT Philippe  - SIA     LEBRUN Pierre - Valeo     RIZZO Gillez  - ACSIEL      
BASTARD Patrick  - Renault     LE CALVEZ Gilles  - Vedecom     ROINE David  - Valeo      
BROSSARD Jean Luc  - PFA     LEE Carlos  - Phontonics Cluster     RUNGE Wolfgang  - ELIV Baden Baden      
DEHAENE Jean-Philippe  - Vector     MEYER Gereon  -VDI/VDE     SENCERIN Jean-François  – Renault      
EL KHAMIS Kadiri- Groupe PSA     PERRIN Jérôme  –Renault     TOULEMONDE Andy - Infineon      
FISCHER Francois  - ERTICO     PICRON Vanessa  - Valeo     VALETTE Michel  - Elmos      
FRANCHINEAU Jean-Laurent  – VEDECOM     PRINCE Ladimir  - Groupe PSA     VRIGNAUD Louis-Claude  - Continental       
GEELS Pierre-Yves - Segula Matra Automotive     REILHAC Patrice  - VALEO     YAHIAOUI Gérard  - Nexyad      
                   
                   
                   
                   

Programme

08:30

Welcome coffee in the exhibition

Welcome
09:00

Hervé GROS, General Manager SIA

Change the industry : Automotive electronics Jochen LANGHEIM, CESA's chairman
09:05

CESA opening by the chairman of CESA
Jochen LANGHEIM; STMicroelectronics

09:10

Electronics, a key technology for the car of tomorrow
Marc MORTUREUX; General Manager - PFA

09:30

The car of tomorrow, a key application for electronics
Thierry TINGAUD; President Strategic Committee Electronics & President STMicroelectronics France

10:00

Innovation, cooperation in connected, autonomous e-mobility
Rémi BASTIEN; VP Renault and Presidentn - MOVEO & VEDECOM

Roundtable animated by Rémi Cornubert, Advancy
10:30

Round Table
François GAILLARD, Head of autonomous and connected cars innovation - Groupe PSA
Gilles MABIRE; Président - Continental France
Colette MALONEY; Head of Unit - European commission DG CNCT
Jean-Louis PECH, CEO ACTIA

11:15

Cofee break in the exhibition

Mobility Disruptions: E-Mobility in general Pierre LEBRUN, Valeo Mobility Disruption: Highly Automated Driving Antoine LAFAY, Valeo Mobility Disruption: Services Louis-Claude VRIGNAUD, Continental
11:45

Contribution of light and heavy vehicles to reducing energy demand and CO2 emissions by 2035 worldwide
Jean Luc BROSSARD - PFA
Gabriel DUQUESNOY - BIPE

11:45

Getting ahead with the French Program on Autonomous Vehicles
Jean-François SENCERIN - PFA / REnault

11:45

New mobility services
El Khamis KADIRI - Groupe PSA

12:00

Batteries and BMS Industrialisation of batteries - what is needed in France and Europe
Marianne CHAMI - CEA
Jean Bernard LEPAGE - Faurecia

12:00

Easymile, a French Success Story - where is it going from here ?
Benoit PERRIN - Easymile


12:00

A safe and energy efficient driving with the cloud vision of the route ahead using an in vehicle eHorizon client.
Bruno COUDOIN - Continental

12:15

An economic view on Electromobility in China
Peter GRESCH, Jochen SIEBERT, PGUB & JSC

12:15

Autonomous driving & mobility in general  (with look on intermodality)
Patricia VILLOSLADA - Transdev

12:15

How IOT based Autonomous Driving can help cities to reduce Air Pollution
Ralf WILLENBROCK - T-Systems

12:30

Infrastructure needed to implement electric mobility
Joseph BERETTA - Avere
Yuhui XIONG - Bipe

12:30

HAD experiments
Laurent TAUPIN, Groupe Renault
Veronique BERTHAULT - RATP


12:30

Exploitation of road infrastructure and traffic management:integrate the connected car
Jean Laurent FRANCHINEAU - Vedecom

 

12:45

Panel discussion

12:45

Panel Discussion

12:45

Panel discussion

13:00

Lunch break in the exhibition

Organisation & Competence Disruptions in E-Mobility: Charging, Infrastruture, Engineering Jean-Luc BROSSARD, PFA Autonomous Driving Challange: AI and SAFETY Jean-François SENCERIN, Renault Mobility Disruption: V2X & Infrastructure / Architecture El Khamis KADIRI, PSA
14:15

Trends in electric vehicle design: Insights on best practices for paving the road for mass-market electric vehicles
Thomas MOREL - McKinsey & Company
Mauro ERRIQUEZ - McKinsey & Company
Pierre-Yves MOULIERE - A2Mac1

14:15

Using AI to remove the roadblocks for AV
Amir KLUG - STMicroelectronics

14:15

Europe Prepares for Mass Deployment of C-ITS
Onn HARAN - Autotalks

14:30

From ICE to EV: the competition is also about competences and engineering approach
Patrick BASTARD - Groupe Renault

 

14:30

Towards safe, robust and secure AI
Eric DALLA VECCHIA - Bosch

14:30

Building a 5 G network serving the automotive needs
Maxime FLAMENT - 5GAA

14:45

AllCharge - an User-Centric Solution for Traction and Charging
Christophe MARECHAL - Continental
Friedrich GRAF - Continental
Martin BRULL - Continental

14:45

Safety and automated planning
Christophe GUETTIER - Safran

 

14:45

Empowering the Future of Autonomous Driving
Aleksandar MOMCILOVIC - Huawei

15:00

High power charging a source of value for customers, how to make it happen
Christian GIRARDEAU - BP

15:00

Applicability of Airborn and Train safety processes to Automotive AD
Julien FOUTH - Segula Matra Automotive

15:00

Making sense of V2X: Communications industry vs. automotive industry vs. DSRC vs. C-V2X vs. USA vs. Europe vs. China
Kevin THOMPSON - Keysight

15:15

Panel Discussion

15:15

Panel discussion

15:15

Panel Discussion

15:30

Coffee break in the exhibition

Autonomous Driving Challenge: Human factors and road SAFETY Anne GUILLAUME, Renault Technology Disruptions in E-Mobility: Semiconductors, Packaging Andy TOULEMONDE, Infineon Mobility Disruption: Connected Car, Data usage & HPC Paul SCHIMMERLING, SIA
16:00

Introduction aboat road safety and ADAS & comparison with aeronautics
Anne GUILLAUME - LAB

16:00

Wide Bandgap semiconductors in xEV applications
Laurent BEAURENAUT - Infineon

16:00

Multi-source 3D capture and reconstruction of road environments for autonomous navigation : results, locks and trends from a geospatial data infrastructure point of view
Nicolas PAPARODITIS - IGN

16:10

Vedecom experiments on taking control back
Mercedes BUENO-GARCIA - Vedecom

16:20

Benefits and limits of autonomous vehicles
Jeremy VERGNAUD- UTAC CERAM
Pierre-Jean LE BEC - UTAC CERAM

16:20

Trends in Power Electronics impacting E-Mobility
Manuel GAERTNER - STMicroelectronics

16:20

Combined Optimal Control and Machine Learning technics, for Connected Hybrid Electrified Vehicles
Mariano SANS - Continental
Christophe MARECHAL - Continental

16:30

Holistic HMI architecture for Adaptive and Predictive car interiors 
Frederic FONSALAS - Faurecia

16:40

Panel discussion

16:40

Powering up Electronics- latest developments and concepts for packaging of electronics in automotive systems"
Hannes STAHR - AT&S

16:40

Future of car insurance: AI assessing driving risk based on real time data from ADAS sensors and digital maps
Gerard YAHIAOUI - Nexyad

17:00

Panel discussion

17:00

Packaging as Enabler for Next Generation Power Electronics
Eckart HOENE  - Fraunhofer IZM

17:00

Embeded High Performance Computing
Philippe NOTTON - Atos

17:20

Panel Discussion

17:20

Panel Discussion

17:20

Panel Discussion

17:30

Coffee Break

18:00

Keynote “Automotive  & New Mobility Solutions
Patrick PELATA former COO of Renault and EVP of Nissan
In charge of a mission on automotive industry and new mobilities for the French Government
Meta Strategy Consulting's CEO

19:30

Cocktail

21:00

End of day 1

Access & Accomodation

conference venue

PALAIS DES CONGRES DE VERSAILLES

10 rue de la Chancellerie

78000 Versailles, France

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public transportation

  From Roissy CDG Airport, take RER B towards Paris and stop at “Saint-Michel Notre-Dame”.
Then, take another train RER C towards Versailles Rive-Gauche. Stop at “Versailles Rive-Gauche”.
The Palais des Congrès is 5 min by foot.
     
  From Saint-Lazare station (Paris), take a SNCF train towards Paris “Versailles Rive-Droite”.
The Palais des Congrès is 20 min by foot.
   

 

Access and transportation map

 

 

 

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