GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview, “Powertrain Strategies for the 21st Century: A Global Perspective (2019)” features Bruce M. Belzowski, Managing Director, Automotive Futures Group in Ann Arbor, Michigan (USA).
In the 12-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Belzowski discusses and answers these questions:
1. What is keeping powertrain executives up at night?
2. Where are the global centers for electrifying vehicles?
3. What will be the focus for your upcoming Powertrain Strategies for the 21st Century conference next week?
4. How is the global supply base reacting to the need for new powertrain technologies?
5. What do you see the powertrain landscape looking like in 2030?
Click here to listen to the Audio Interview:
The Automotive Futures Group is hosting the 11th Annual “Powertrain Strategies for the 21st Century” Conference on July 17 in Ann Arbor, Michigan (USA). For more information on attending or gaining access to the speaker presentations, please visit this page:
About Bruce Belzowski:
Bruce M. Belzowski is the Managing Director of the Automotive Futures group. He received his B.A. and M.A. from the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Michigan, respectively. He spent 25 years studying the global automotive industry at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute where he authored research reports focusing on a variety of automotive topics including product development, manufacturer-supplier-dealer relations, globalization, information technology, knowledge management, and human resources. His current research topics include intelligent transportation systems, powertrain strategies, and globalization of the automotive industry. These topics are addressed in Automotive Futures' five annual conferences that have been held over the past ten years. Bruce is also director of Automotive Futures' China Automotive Program and Powertrain Strategies Program. He is also a steering committee member of the GERPISA global automotive research group in France and a Joint Researcher at the Institute for Technology, Enterprise, and Competitiveness at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan.