The auto industry is in the midst of its most radical transformation since the introduction of the assembly line. Between electric and autonomous vehicles, mobility-as-a-service, and the fourth industrial revolution, we’ll see more change in automotive over the next ten years than we have in the past hundred. Data sits at the centre of it all, inside the walls of smart factories and on the roads with connected vehicles.
But what’s driving this explosion of automotive data, and what are automakers doing with it?
Mentor Works and Acerta invite you to join their upcoming webinar, where they’ll discuss these trends and how they relate to the emergence of Automotive Intelligence. You’ll also learn about specific Canadian government funding programs available to automakers, as well as how to scale manufacturing operations, increase productivity, train employees, and reach new export markets in the age of Industry 4.0.
Webinar Details: How is Data Transforming the Canadian Auto Industry?
On Thursday, April 16, 2020, Mentor Works and Acerta will be joining forces to provide a webinar geared to Canadian automotive suppliers and manufacturers. This sector has seen rapid growth and transformation over the years – gain a better understanding about what’s still to come, and how businesses need to adapt, from a discussion with industry experts.
There are many strategic, forward-thinking automotive businesses that are well-aligned for government funding success. Ready to learn more about specific government funding programs your business can use? Register for the webinar today!
Date: Thursday, April 16, 2020
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm ET
Location: Online Webinar via GoToWebinar
- What’s in store for automotive in the fourth industrial revolution?
- Large-scale expansion grants and repayable funding programs
- Capital and technology development/adoption
- Hiring and training for workforce development
- Export development and business expansion activities
Co-Founder & CEO, Acerta
With a background in automated data analysis for testing and anomaly detection, Greta Cutulenco has worked on system testing, monitoring, and analysis for major OEMs and Tier 1s, including Bombardier and Magna. In 2018, Greta won the Female Founders Competition, sponsored by M12, EQT Ventures, and SVB Financial Group. She has also been included on the Forbes 30-Under-30 list for manufacturing and was named one of 2019’s Canadians to Watch by Automotive News.
President & Founder, Mentor Works Ltd.
Bernadeen worked in the corporate arena for 18 years as an executive and general manager in the manufacturing sector. With considerable expertise in government funding, both on a federal and provincial level, Bernadeen understands the aspects most critical to a successful Proactive Funding Plan™. She plays to win, and recognizes the importance of cash flow and margins. This enables her clients to succeed and access larger government funding wins than otherwise available.