President of the 2018 SAE BRASIL Congress:
Richard Schwarzwald, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
About the Congress
The 27th SAE BRASIL International Mobility Technology Congress and Exhibition from 3-5 September 2018, at São Paulo Expo, in São Paulo, and connect the major trends in Mobility Engineering.
At the 27th edition of Congress, the theme is "Engineering of the Future - New Horizons for Mobility" and will be chaired by Richard Christian Schwarzwald, Quality Director for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) for Latin America.
The SAE BRASIL Congress brings to the mobility engineering community the latest technological innovations in the industry, making it an ideal environment for professionals to update their knowledge and expand their networks of contacts; and for companies, a suitable place to present their products, raise their profile and leverage business.
The Technological Exhibition is ahead of its time with the most important innovations in the market. The event has a program that includes thematic panels, presented by renowned national and international speakers, as well as presentations of technical papers developed by authors which operate in industries and universities.
During the course of the event, SAE BRASIL promotes the recognition and award of several categories inherent to the objectives of the SAE BRASIL Congress.
The Engineering of the Future – New Horizons for Mobility
At the time of hyper connectivity, mobility engineering, , in all its modes, has to deal with disruptive changes in products, production processes, business models and, even in the relationship with the market, to create new routes for the inexorability of embedded technology.
The changes permeate from the basic transportation needs to the more sophisticated desires, as the totally autonomous driving that permit us to dedicate ourselves to other activities with all needed safety.
In this way, the SAE BRASIL Congress Presidents Panel will hear from Presidents of important companies of our industry their views about the main challenges we will have to face in the near future.