OESA and automotive industry expert Jason Stein have joined forces to present an all-new podcast focused on the automotive industry. The Automotive Insiders hosted by Jason Stein will be launched in early 2022 and will cover various industry topics, trends, and projections that are impacting the future of automotive. Jason will interview some of the industry’s key thought leaders and industry insiders. The podcast will be available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and Pandora with new episodes that will be featured weekly in OESA’s communications. Additional information coming soon.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have the potential to unlock insights into user experiences, and make mobility significantly safer at the same time. Microsoft’s Dwayne Crocker tells OESA’s Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein the safeguards being built around AI and ML.
Repair data is a gold mine for companies trying to glean the best approach to addressing early recall detection and navigating consumer applications. In this episode of OESA’s Automotive Insiders, Jason Stein talks to Nandit Soparker and Keith Thompson of Ubiquiti about big opportunities with Big Data.
Measuring the overall environmental impact of an organization is challenging but is essential from a C-suite and from an operational perspective. Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein interviews Microsoft’s David Catzel about the opportunities for companies to get ahead of sustainability goals.
Automotive Insiders examines the advantages of smart manufacturing and how connected plant-to-floor operations are essential for companies trying to find an edge in the new era of manufacturing. Jason Stein interviews Ben Stewart, vice president of product management for Plex Systems.
Jim Zizelman, President, Control Devices Division at Stoneridge, talks to Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein about a powertrain agnostic world and the advantages to serving all markets going forward.
With start-up EV companies coming to market, direct-to-consumer models are putting pressure on traditional franchised dealers. Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein talks to Rich Wilkins of SAP to get a handle on the pressure on future distribution models.
Automotive Insider’s host Jason Stein interviews Michael Robinet, Executive Director at S&P Global Mobility Consulting, to discuss how electrification is changing the approach of OEMs and suppliers to the ecosystem and the business dynamic.
Eric Michielutti, the Director of Lithium Ion Technology at Clarios, sits down with Automotive Insider’s host Jason Stein to talk about the role of electrified and increased technology advancements in both autonomy and the changing user experience.
From the floor of the Detroit auto show, Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein sits with Bill Newman, Chief Industry Executive Advisor at SAP, to discuss start-up efforts, technology evolution and strategies in the EV space and beyond.
With the industry accelerating into a new era of mobility and sustainability, implementing Environmental, Social, and Governance criteria is essential. In this week’s episode of Automotive Insiders, Everardo Tapia, a litigation associate at Butzel, discusses all things ESG with host Jason Stein.
Infor’s Peter Maithel and Henning Dransfeld sit down with Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein to examine the next wave of big changes affecting the supply base – and how disruption could lead to big changes.
Inflation, labor shortages, electrification and supply chain shortages are rankling the supply base. Jim Ward of RSM outlines the challenges – and opportunities -- ahead with Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein.
Ford’s FMEA requirement changes have some suppliers concerned about how to prepare for the future. In an interview with Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein, Anthony Murphy of Plex outlines a critical solution to a complicated issue to ensure suppliers are meeting those requirements.
Electric vehicle proliferation has the industry on the cusp of big changes but macroeconomic shocks are disrupting the pathway to investments, policy changes and sales expectations. Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein interviews Isaac Chan of Roland Berger about the prospects and the reality of EV investments.
In part two of Jason Stein’s Automotive Insiders interview with Capgemini’s Daniel Davenport and John Ward of the University of South Carolina’s Innovation and Economic Development office, we discuss the future of 5G and the benefits of the partnership between the two entities.
As the industry understands the capability of 5G, new pathways are emerging for smart manufacturing and asset optimization. In the first part of a two-part interview with Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein, Capgemini’s Daniel Davenport and John Ward of the University of South Carolina’s Innovation and Economic Development office, talk 5G and beyond.
Compliance around carbon footprint and decisions related to re-shoring have the industry considering decisions today to ensure long-term success tomorrow. This week, Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein discusses both subjects with Ted Mabley at POLARIXPARTNER Management Consultancy and John Monica of Siemens PLM Software.
As the auto industry faces increased data breaches and cyberattacks, Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein talks to Butzel shareholder Jennifer Dukarski about the risks – and how to protect your business from increased vulnerabilities.
In part three of our three-part interview, Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein interviews Ray VanAssche, Vice President of Engineering, for ElectraMeccanica about the Solo project.
In part two of our three-part interview, Automotive Insiders host Jason Stein goes on location in Michigan to interview Brent Jump, ElectraMeccanica’s Vice President of Purchasing and Supplier Quality, about the company’s supplier priorities and purchasing philosophy for the future.
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