The future of the auto industry is going to look like the history of the cell phone. The two even share technology: the lithium-ion battery. As the world’s automakers gradually switch from combustion to charging, some of today’s dominant car companies will share the fate of a few former titans of the smartphone.
Johannes Berg is Managing Director of the Digital Hub Logistics Hamburg. He holds an MBA in Innovation Management from the Vlerick Business School Gent and Stellenbosch University in South Africa and has over 10 years of experience in managing international innovation projects in sectors such as energy, logistics, mobility and semiconductors. Johannes is interested in sustainable business models and how digitization can help to use resources more efficiently and efficiently. Besides German, English and Spanish, Mr. Berg also speaks some Russian and Dutch and is a passionate cyclist.
Dr. Jose Serras-Pereira started his professional career in Powertrain Research and then spent almost 10 years at Jaguar Land Rover in the UK, covering roles spanning RnD, Product Engineering & Long-term Strategy & Planning. He joined the Mobility Consulting group of Frost & Sullivan in 2019 to contribute more widely to the sustainability challenges facing the industry.