Zonal Architectures Unlock Future Automotive EE Design

The EE architecture of mass-market automobiles is evolving rapidly to meet requirements for seamless connectivity, upgradeable software, network and vehicle-wide security, and management of increasing complexity. Learn how this technology innovation is progressing and how OEMs play a role.

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Jeff Kelley
Jeff Kelley
Director Vehicle Gateway & Connectivity, Vehicle User Experience, Infineon Technologies

Jeff Kelley is the Director of Vehicle Gateway and Connectivity, Vehicle User Experience at Infineon Technologies, with over 30 years of experience in automotive design and chip development. Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science, Electrical & Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan.

Maite Bezerra
Principal Analyst, Wards Auto

Maite is a Principal Analyst at Wards Intelligence, covering the automotive industry transition to the software-defined vehicle. She follows the evolution toward new electric/electronic vehicle architectures, software development frameworks, revenue streams, and how the automotive supply chain ecosystem is changing. Her latest project aims at defining the different stages of SDV adoption and tracking automakers’ efforts and strategies to update their vehicle fleets.

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