McLaren Applied Technologies' Stephen Lambert has been appointed chairman of the Automotive Electronic Systems Innovation Network (AESIN).
Recognised by Auto Council UK, CCAV and Zenzic as a valued industry-led group and delivery partner, AESIN brings considerable experience and expertise in automotive electronics systems and powertrain to drive cutting-edge innovation.
Stephen will dovetail his role as Head of Automotive Electrification at McLaren Applied Technologies with his duties as AESIN chairman, where he will support the development and steering of AESIN core Workstreams (ADAS & Highly Automated Vehicles, Automotive Security, Clean & Connected Mobility, Software More Electric Powertrain and Research Advisory).
Stephen Lambert commented:
"McLaren Applied Technologies is one of the founding members of AESIN; my appointment as chairman of the industry network underlines McLaren Applied Technologies' contribution to, and support of, the automotive electronics industry."
Alan Banks, outgoing AESIN Chairman, said:
"I am delighted to announce the appointment of Stephen Lambert as new AESIN chairman. Stephen brings significant additional experience and skills that will allow us to accelerate the growth and deliverables of AESIN, including the latest Clean & Connected Mobility Workstream – launched in July this Year.
"With the challenging times facing the automotive industry, this timely appointment will be pivotal in aligning our strategic goals with the Automotive Council UK and I’m looking forward to seeing this bear fruit in the years ahead."
Paul Jarvie, AESIN Director, commented:
"I'm excited to be working with Stephen Lambert. He brings extensive industry experience in automotive, which can be applied towards our future of low carbon, securely connected and highly automated vehicles, and strengthen our connections with key stakeholders such as Zenzic, C-CAV, APC and Automotive Council UK."
McLaren Applied Technologies will be present at the AESIN Conference – the premier UK automotive electronics event – in Birmingham on 1 October 2019.