Capgemini at the Paris Motor Show 2018: October 2 – 14

Capgemini is actively participating in the creation of new collaboration models between different stakeholders in the automotive sector. On a global scale, and together with leading industrialists – manufacturers, suppliers, startups, and other innovators, Capgemini is delivering the promise of the digital revolution for the automotive sector.

Follow Capgemini’s agenda at the Mondial de l’Auto through our conferences and announcements about our collaboration with startups on Digital Manufacturing, blockchain, mobility and associated services.

Event Agenda:

Session 1: New services, new mobilities

The automotive industry is one of the fastest evolving sectors in all the phases of its value chain. The overall sector has been strongly shaken, starting from the process digitalization in manufacturing plants, to the production of new electric models and disrupting changes in the consumers’ approach to mobility. This session will focus on  the orchestration of new ecosystems, and enablers such as Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Blockchain, and smart mobility.

Speakers:

  • Cédric Nouvellet, VP Head of Automotive
  • Damien de ChillazVP B2B Platforms & Blockchain
  • Jérôme Coignard, VP Business Platforms, Capgemini Invent
  • Mehdi Essaidi, Co-founder – Mov’InBlue by Valeo and Capgemini, Capgemini Invent

Date and Time: Oct 2, 11.30 AM CET

Venue: Mondial de la Mobilité

Session 2: Operational Intelligence : Connected plants for real-time optimization and efficiency – Leveraging IoT on the shop floor to meet today’s automotive challenges

A look at the key challenges facing the automotive industry in manufacturing plants today, and how companies are using a combination of IT, OT and IoT to improve operational efficiency. Examples of solutions where Capgemini is involved where companies combine their traditional MES with an IIoT platform into a flexible « digital operations » hub integrating heterogeneous systems into issue specific solutions.

Speakers:

  • Nick Gill, Global Automotive Lead, Capgemini
  • Pascal Brosset, CTO, Digital Manufacturing, Capgemini

Date and Time: Oct 3, 2.30 PM CET

Venue: Mondial Tech – Le Ring

Session 3: Trusted Car – Platformization of the economy

Capgemini will present an initiative called ‘Trusted Car’ that will focus on building a Blockchain infrastructure connecting actors in the automotive industry. Capgemini has decided to lead a multi-stakeholder initiative that will leverage its sector and technological expertise that will go beyond the traditional implementation of a digital solution. Many automotive traditional actors, technology providers and innovative startups have joined the initiative.

This platform will provide evident advantages in the process coordination between existing actors, while at the same time providing the platform where it will be possible to co-create new value added services through collaboration and cooperation.

Speakers:

  • Damien de Chillaz , VP B2B Platforms & Blockchain
  • Michel Guiga, VP Automotive, Capgemini

Date and Time: Oct 4, 1.30 PM CET

Venue: Mondial Tech – Le Ring

Capgemini’s collaboration with France AutoTech: Launch Conference

Capgemini will share insights on its unique collaboration with the French startup association France AutoTech to reinvent “auto mobility”.

Sponsor: Mounir Mahjoubi, Secretary of State

Speakers:

  • Michael Fernandez, President, France Auto Tech
  • André-Benoit de Jaegère, Associate Director, Capgemini

Panellists :

  • Guillaume Devauchelle, Innovation Director, Valeo
  • Martial Lafont, General Manager, Glassdrive (Saint Gobain)
  • Frédéric Mazzela, Founding President, BlaBlaCar
  • Guillaume Paoli, Founding President, AramisAuto.com

Insights from Nick Gill, Global Automotive Lead:

Le Mondial de l’Automobile

Trusted Car

Industry 4.0 and Automotive

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Event details

October 2, 2018 10:00 am
October 14, 2018 8:00 pm
Paris - Porte de Versailles
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