Digital transformation is revolutionizing every aspect of business, including the transportation industry, where technology is upending the traditional view on what it means to be a highly mobile society. As automotive companies navigate this shifting landscape, Chief Information Officers (CIOs) are the technology leaders driving digital transformation within their companies from a strategy, user experience, analytics, operations and/or cybersecurity perspective.

 

CIOs have been given a level of empowerment and autonomy to push boundaries, drive insights and leverage experiences (cloud, mobility, connectivity, data and security) to accelerate innovation in the automotive industry. But must they go further?

 

At TU-Automotive Detroit—the world's largest auto tech conference and exhibition, shaping the future of connected auto mobility—HARMAN’s Chief Digital and Information Officer, Nick Parrotta, will take the stage to deliver a keynote presentation delving into this topic. He will address opportunities for automotive CIOs to transcend their traditional roles and drive collaboration, co-innovation and customer value across the automotive industry. 

 

 

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  WHO:

  Nick Parrotta, Chief Digital and Information    Officer,HARMAN International 
 

  WHAT:

  Keynote – Shifting into the Driver’s Seat: How    the Automotive CIO can be a Force for Change
 

  WHEN:

  Thursday, June 6 at 10:05 a.m.
 

  WHERE: 

  Crystal & Onyx, TU-Automotive Detroit,    Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, MI

 

 

In addition to the keynote presentation, experts from HARMAN are participating in three panel discussions at TU-Automotive:
 

• Greg Bohl, Vice President, AI with ADAS Focus

o Vehicle Data Collection: From Gold Mining to Money Making

o Wednesday, June 5 from 3:00 – 3:25 p.m. in Igloo (show floor)

 

• Michelle Gallardo, Director, Legal – Global Privacy

o Privacy & Consent – What Are the New Requirements for Data Security

o Wednesday, June 5 from 5:00 – 5:25 p.m. in Sapphire & Ruby
 

• Tzvika Shneider, Director, R&D, Auto Cybersecurity BU

o V2V & V2I – The Misbehavior of Detection

o Wednesday, June 5 from 5:25 – 5:50 p.m. in Sapphire & Ruby

 

As the headline sponsor at TU-Automotive Detroit, HARMAN will showcase its latest developments in connected car innovation at the event as well. Please stop by the booth and click here to request a meeting with a key HARMAN representative and reserve time for an exclusive tour of our technologies. We hope to see you at the event!