Alliance Global Vice President, Renault-Nissan, France
Born in 1964 , Alexandre Corjon is graduated from ENSMA and has a PhD in Computational Fluid Mechanics from ENSAE. After 11 years in research and consulting on Computational Fluid Mechanics, and then 14 years at Airbus in different positions in the field of electrics, electronics, Wiring Harness, configuration management, he joined Renault in 2013 to head the newly created System Division. In Apr. 2014, he is appointed for Renault and Nissan Alliance Global Vice President of the Electrics Electronics & Systems Division and has in charge the worldwide responsibility to develop systems (multimedia, connectivity, autonomous vehicle, chassis, body electronics and EE architecture) for both brands.
Presenting: Exploiting the Industrial Internet to Accelerate Product Innovation - 8 Mar 2016, 11:25
Renault-Nissan have accelerated their product innovation through exploiting the transformative effects of the industrial internet. With a focus on bridging the gap between product and customer through their portfolio of smart and connected products, Alexandre Corjon sets out why the concept of the connected car is an important game changer for their business strategy; to be a competative, global player within their market.
What were the impacts of connected, industrial solutions on product development models and how was the industrial interent used to enrich the connected car concept to ultimate fulfilment?