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IHS Markit is now part of S&P Global.

Autology is a weekly podcast series from the experts at AutoTechInsight.

    Battery raw materials: How they will reshape global battery supply chain

    Battery raw materials: How they will reshape global battery supply chain

    On this week’s episode of Autology we are joined by 3 members of the S&P Global Mobility Battery team to discuss the battery raw material domain and give a global outlook into supply chain.

    Battery raw material sourcing is undoubtedly one of the biggest talking points in the automotive industry right now, and we take a dive into the regulations and the complications these are having on the upstream suppliers, the solutions to challenges and concerns, as well as a first look into the newly published Battery Raw Material forecast launched in September.

    Speakers:
    Rebecca Bellchambers- Host- S&P Global Mobility Supply Chain and Technology- Thermal Research Analyst
    Jay Hwang- S&P Global Mobility Supply Chain and Technology North America battery market- Senior Technical Research Analyst
    Ali Adim- S&P Global Mobility Supply Chain and Technology European battery market- Senior Technical Research Analyst
    Han Gao- S&P Global Mobility Supply Chain and Technology China Region battery market Senior Research Analyst

    We’d love to hear your thoughts on this episode at our autology@spglobal.com email – and you can find out much more across the autotechinsight.ihsmarkit.com website.

    • 29 min
    2022 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) Recap

    2022 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) Recap

    In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts recap some of the highlights from Detroit’s North American International Auto Show. With strong presence from the Big 3 automakers, electrification was the topic of the day(s). Showcases from General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis paint an image of an electrified future while some of their flagship gas models foot the bill to support it.

    Tune in to hear about key announcements from automakers, highlights from the show, and what might future shows look like.

    Speakers:

    Jay Hwang, senior analyst for the North American battery market for S&P Global Mobility, Supply Chain & Technology

    Brian Rhodes, associate director for S&P Global Mobility, Supply Chain & Technology

    We’d love to hear your thoughts on this episode at our autology@spglobal.com email, and you can find out much more across the autotechinsight.ihsmarkit.com website.

    • 21 min
    The reality bites on owning Automotive OS: True or false?

    The reality bites on owning Automotive OS: True or false?

    On this week’s episode of Autology, we welcome special guest speaker Mr. Chris Goodall- Vice president, Positioning, and Monitoring Systems Business Unit from TDK Corporation to discuss the growing complexity of automotive software and the role of automotive middleware to minimize complexity and what the future holds for the supply chain and technology.

    Speakers:
    Host- Rebecca Bellchambers- S&P Global Mobility Thermal Research Analyst
    Dr. Tawhid Khan-Research Director, Supply Chain Technology - Software, S&P Global Mobility
    Mr. Chris Goodall- Vice President, Positioning, and Monitoring Systems Business Unit, TDK corporation

    We’d love to hear your thoughts on this episode at our autology@spglobal.com email – and you can find out much more across the autotechinsight.ihsmarkit.com website.

    • 21 min
    12V batteries part II: Low voltage batteries for an electrified future

    12V batteries part II: Low voltage batteries for an electrified future

    On this week’s Autology podcast, S&P Global Mobility host industry experts from Clarios as we dive deeper on the topic of 12V batteries in this multi-part series.

    Electrified vehicles, including full battery electric vehicles, will continue to require a 12V battery for myriad features and ancillary applications onboard. With increasing connected and intelligent vehicles coming to market, S&P Global Mobility expects demand for 12V batteries to continue to grow until at least 2025. Depending on the requirements and performance characteristics, these batteries can be either lead acid or lithium ion.

    As an industry-leading provider of 12V flooded, advanced AGM (absorbent glass mat) lead acid batteries as well as 12V lithium-ion, Clarios experts help outline some of the key development areas and advanced content in state of the art lead acid technology, as well as the technical characteristics and use cases of lithium ion technology, shedding light on the technical decision making of the Automotive OEMs.

    Tune in to hear perspectives from thought leaders in this evolving technology space as we mate S&P Global Mobility data with the perspectives of those at the forefront of product development.

    Speakers:
    Graham Evans – Director, Supply Chain and Technology - S&P Global Mobility
    Eric Michelutti – Director, Lithium-Ion Technology – Clarios
    Wei Song – Director, AGM Technology – Clarios

    We’d love to hear your thoughts on this episode at our autology@spglobal.com email – and you can find out much more across the autotechinsight.ihsmarkit.com website.

    • 15 min
    Megacasting on the rise: Dreaming big?

    Megacasting on the rise: Dreaming big?

    In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts deep-dive into one of the hottest topics in today’s vehicle manufacturing industry: Megacasting.

    Quite a lot has been said about this new way of approaching automobile manufacturing, with important OEMs like Tesla adopting this technique so as to manufacture vehicle structures using very few castings, as compared to the traditional stamping & joining method.

    S&P Global Mobility experts try to shed light on the tenets of this interesting topic – such as how this technique differs with respect to the traditional methods, driving factors that are pushing the adoption of this new method of building vehicle structures, and how feasible megacasting is for car makers.

    The speakers also offer a financial comparison between the traditional manufacturing processes and the megacasting approach, analyzing what this could mean for different OEMs.

    Tune in to hear the answers and much more!

    Speakers:
    Paolo Martino – Director, Materials & Vehicle Dynamics at S&P Global Mobility
    Mengyin Tao – Principal Research Analyst, Materials & Vehicle Dynamics at S&P Global Mobility
    Pranav Divakar – Senior Associate at S&P Global Mobility (Moderator)

    We’d love to hear your thoughts about this episode at autology@spglobal.com, and you can find out much more across the autotechinsight.ihsmarkit.com website.

    • 41 min
    Will revenue ambition from Connected Car data surpass the cars themselves?

    Will revenue ambition from Connected Car data surpass the cars themselves?

    In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts discuss the topic of how automakers generate revenue from Connected Car data.

    Our experts from the connected car team discuss the connected services market forecast, automaker strategies, vehicle hardware capabilities, connected services and software paid subscriptions and consumer perceived value within different regions. We will also explore future approaches to increase revenue from connected cars, as more connected vehicles operate on the roads. These include leveraging connected technology to power over the air updates, features, and more.

    Tune in to find out the answers, and much more!

    Speakers:

    Anna H. Buettner, Principal Analyst, Connected Car & Vehicle Experience, S&P Global Mobility

    Fanni Li, Principal Analyst, Connected Car & Vehicle Experience, S&P Global Mobility

    Aseem Uppal, Senior Analyst, Connected Car & Vehicle Experience, S&P Global Mobility

    We’d love to hear your thoughts on this episode at our autology@ihsmarkit.com email, and you can find out much more across the autotechinsight.ihsmarkit.com website.

    • 23 min

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