LVC21F-100K1 Keynote: From Mobile to Automotive: Delivering Intelligent, Next-Gen Digital Cockpit Solutions

Session Abstract

Level: Introductory and overview  The automotive industry is undergoing a drastic evolution, with trends such as electrification, autonomy and mobility-as-a-service are fundamentally changing the way the modern vehicle is designed and architected. Automakers now need solutions that deliver scalable, flexible safety features, as well as centralized high-performance compute, computer vision, artificial intelligence and multi-sensor processing.

Session Speakers

Vasanth Waran

Senior Director, Product Management Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.)

Vasanth Waran serves as senior director, product management at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. He is responsible for the high- and premium-tier automotive cockpit solutions that are widely adopted in the auto industry today. His responsibilities include focused development expansion into the digital cockpit, with oversight of the product roadmap and its execution for cockpit compute System-On-Chip (SoC), customer-focused business development and customer support through various phases of design and validation. Vasanth has worked at Qualcomm since 2013 and has been instrumental in expanding the company’s automotive compute portfolio and global footprint across global automakers and Tier 1 suppliers. He originally joined Qualcomm as a product manager, with a focus on growing the nascent Infotainment cockpit portfolio at Qualcomm. Prior to joining Qualcomm, he held various engineering roles with increasing responsibility, ranging from design engineering to platform applications engineering. He was also part of the Automotive Solutions team at Intel prior to his Qualcomm career.    Vasanth holds a M.S. (EE) degree from the University of Texas, Arlington, and a B.S. (EE) from the University of Madras in India.

Level: Introductory and overview 

The automotive industry is undergoing a drastic evolution, with trends such as electrification, autonomy and mobility-as-a-service are fundamentally changing the way the modern vehicle is designed and architected. Automakers now need solutions that deliver scalable, flexible safety features, as well as centralized high-performance compute, computer vision, artificial intelligence and multi-sensor processing.

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