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DRIVE/ESC Keynotes


Sebastian Thrun
CEO/Chairman & Co-founder at Kitty Hawk Corporation/Udacity

Elena Adams
Space Systems Engineer at John Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab

Jack Ganssle
Principal Consultant at TGG

Jacob Beningo
President/Embedded Software Consultant at Beningo Embedded Group

Paul Mascarenas
President at SAE

Barbara Wendling
Principal Engineer – Automated Driving, Mercedes-Benz

Roger Berg
VP North America R&D, Denso

Christopher Clark
Manager, Synopsys Embedded Ecosystems Group, Synopsys

Mark Kosowski
Technical Executive, Epri

Drive World Conference 2019 Speakers


Zhunchun Xia, Ph.D.
Senior Engineer, ADAS Control Systems at Mitsubishi

Guru Nagarajan
Android Things Lead at Google

Thomas Schalk
Vice President of Voice Technology at SiriusXM

Robert Day
Director, Automotive Solutions & Platforms at Arm

Chuck Brokish
Director of Automotive Business Development at Green Hills Software

Dwight Howard
Manager, Electrical Engineering, North America at Aptiv

ESC 2019 Speakers


Linley Gwennap
Principal Analyst at The Linley Group

Jean Labrosse
Software Architect at Silicon Labs

Daniel Beeker
Senior Principal Engineer at NXP Semiconductor

Chris Shore
Director of Embedded Solutions at Arm

Vinesh Sukumar
Director - Strategic Architecture & Planning at Intel

Greg Davis
Director of Engineering, Compilers at Green Hills Software

Theater Speakers and Theater Panelists:


Max Maxfield
Editor-in-Chief at Embedded.com & EEWeb.com at AspenCore

Sky Matthews
IBM

Robert Grant
VP Global Government Affairs at GM - Cruise Automation

Anil Rachakonda
Vice President, co-pace at Continental

Jennifer Tisdale
Associate Principal, Embedded & Advanced Transportation Security at GRIMM