Global Business Professor’s Audio Interview “Outlook on the Global Development of the Future Automotive Mobility” features Chris Mason, Chief Executive of FISITA, and global automotive mobility expert. FISITA is the international network for automotive engineers, representing over 200,000 engineers in 37 countries. FISITA promotes excellence in mobility engineering.
In the 17-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Mason discusses these questions:
- The development of future mobility and propulsion systems is a key issue on a global scale. What are your thoughts on this?
- How does the development and integration of connectivity and artificial intelligence impact the global automotive market?
- How do you believe consumer attitudes are driving the development of future mobility technologies and models?
- What knowledge is needed to understand the potential impacts of future mobility scenarios on world-wide cities and urban centers?
Audio Interview Guest:
Mr. Chris Mason, Chief Executive
Phone: +44 (0) 1279 883 470
About Chris Mason:
Chris joined FISITA as Chief Executive Officer in August 2014, continuing a successful career and bringing over 25 years experience working in the automotive industry.
Prior to joining FISITA, Chris spent 14 years working within Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, the UK’s premier automotive membership organisation, was a member of the senior management team and Managing Director of subsidiary, Motor Codes.
During this time Chris became recognised as an expert within the UK automotive industry and received recognition and awards from the industry for his work throughout the years. He is a Fellow of the Institute of the Motor Industry and is regularly featured in the UK industry’s top 50 ‘movers and shakers’ list.
Chris is now focused on leading FISITA and ensuring the organisation continues to thrive as a modern and versatile organisation, providing a platform for global knowledge exchange and facilitating co-operation and support amongst FISITA’s membership and the wider automotive industry.