IESF 2022 automotive conference: one full day of digital transformation in design, engineering and manufacturing

By Sarah Bartash

The Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum (IESF) was formed in 2000. This event brought together the global automotive engineering community with a special focus on electrical and electronic systems. The first event was in Frankfurt, Germany. Soon after, the first US version held a year later at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center.  Over the years, the conference has expanded to include addition topics such as Embedded Systems, Network Design, Electronic Design Automation (EDA), MCAD/ECAD, PLM, PCB Systems Design, MBSE and Digital Transformation.

IESF returns to a LIVE event on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at the Saint John’s Resort in Plymouth, Michigan. REGISTER NOW and bring your whole team to this FREE event! Attendance is complimentary and includes a breakfast, lunch, and evening cocktail reception in the expo.

Our keynotes will include Tony Hemmelgarn, Siemens DISW CEO. He will explore the challenges automotive companies are dealing with, including technical and digital advances never imagined even a decade ago. To transform and lead, people want flexibility, agility and faster time to innovate.

In a second session, renowned business advisor and author, Larry Burns will talk about ‘Automobility and Beyond’. He will assess the status of automobility, its pathway to maturity and how it fits within the broader digital age reshaping our lives. Reserve your seat and see more leading voices on the agenda


The full agenda includes over 40 presentations: a mixture of keynotes, panels, workshops, and technical sessions.

Beyond the presentations, you will indeed enjoy invaluable opportunities to engage with leading voices in Automotive E/E Systems Development, Wire Harness Design and Engineering. Moreover, you’ll connect and collaborate with peers; and you’ll stay on the leading edge of the rapidly evolving automotive industry. Don’t miss out, register today, and get your complimentary pass!

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