Tuesday, September 10, 2019 | 10:30 AM ET/7:30 AM PT
According to Zion Market Research, the global automotive electronics market is expected to reach 9.5 billion USD by 2024, growing at a CAGR of approximately 8.14 percent between 2018 and 2024. As the volume of electronic components per vehicle increases so does the need for these components to be sealed and bonded while reducing assembly complexity and component costs. This expansion is primarily driven by the higher demand for active safety product solutions in ADAS . This Webinar will discuss the expansive portfolio of electronic adhesives Henkel offers to enable efficiency and reliability in multiple system critical automotive applications, including electronic modules used for powertrain controls camera, radar, and lidar modules, sensors, wire harness, power conversion and power storage systems and more.
Rajaey Kased, Business Development Manager, ADAS
Rajaey Kased is a lifer in the automotive industry. He started his career at Delphi Automotive, a top 5 Tier 1 automotive supplier, over a decade ago. With a background in Mechanical Engineering, he worked in a wide range of roles including advanced development, product development, business operations and product line management. He joined Henkel in mid-2017 as the Business Development Manager for ADAS in he Americas, where he focuses on understanding customer’s current and potential future problems in this growing market and works with the technical team to address their concerns with innovative solutions.
Jeff Koehler, Senior Business Development Manager, ADAS/Safety/Chassis
Jeff Koehler is the North American Electronic Systems Business Development Manager for Henkel Corporation’s Automotive Component Engineering Solutions group. He brings business development experience from managing Henkel’s adhesive portfolio for our electronics business for +15 years with 30 years of overall adhesive and sealant technologies in the automotive industry. Jeff’s goal is to find innovative sealing and bonding solutions for components such as ECU’s, connectors, wire harnesses, etc. He is leading Henkel’s electronics team in developing innovative products to reduce our customers product costs, manufacturing assembly time and in plant footprint.