TU-Automotive Detroit 2020

Ericsson connects more than 4.5 million vehicles globally on the Connected Vehicle Cloud platform.

TU Detroit 2020

Aug 18, 2020 00:00
to Aug 20, 2020 00:00  (local time)
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In line with WHO and CDC advice, TU-Automotive Detroit has been officially rescheduled to August 18-20, 2020. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Ericsson is revising the form of participation in the event to ensure that the health and safety of employees and customers is granted.

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Ericsson & Microsoft got shortlisted for the TU-Automotive Awards in the category “collaborative partnership of the year”. The Ericsson & Microsoft partnership will greatly benefit the vehicle OEM, ideally placed to help automakers innovate, make connectivity easy, redefine Network and Vehicle EDGE, and manage the complexity for Connected Vehicles. Clearly the combined strength of these two large organization have the scale to set standards, transform the Automotive Industry as we know it today, and support new business models.

Read more about the Ericsson Microsoft partnership

Our Connected Vehicles Experts


As we look towards the future of cars, our industry-leading innovators are driving us every day and make Ericsson work.

Claes Herlitz, Ericsson’s VP, Head of Connected Vehicles

Claes Herlitz

As Ericsson’s VP, Head of Connected Vehicles, Claes Herlitz leads the company’s global automotive industry practice. Claes’ work focuses on high speed innovation in a connected ecosystem where cellular connectivity management is a cornerstone. His team explores solutions and technologies in the automotive and transport industry in relation to connected vehicles, including telematics, autonomous driving and fleet management, connected services, 5G and IoT.

Charlotte Lundén, Ericsson's Head of Sales Readiness at Connected Vehicles

Charlotte Lundén

To get things connected is the starting point for securing highly automated transport and even self-driving vehicles in the future. Charlotte Lundén utilizes telecom and urban transportation experience to accelerate transformation. As a member of the Connected Vehicle leadership team at Ericsson she is securing value proposition and market readiness for Ericsson’s automotive portfolio. Charlotte is also part of the 5GAA Marketing Advisory Board as well as member of the board of “Drive Sweden”, a strategic innovation program initiated by the Swedish government to stimulate and facilitate sustainable solutions for automated mobility.

Magnus Gunnarsson, Head of Strategy, Portfolio and Business Development at Ericsson, IoT Connected Vehicles.

Magnus Gunnarsson

Magnus Gunnarsson is Head of Strategy, Portfolio and Business Development at Ericsson, IoT Connected Vehicles. As such Magnus is responsible for bringing the next generation connected vehicle services to the market, like connected safety & autonomous drive, car sharing, and mobility as a service. He has 15+ years of experience from the automotive industry and is also a member of the World Economic Forum Working Group on Urban and Autonomous Mobility.

Juergen Daunis, Head of Global Sales of Automotive business at Ericsson

Juergen Daunis

Juergen Daunis is responsible for Global Sales of Automotive business at Ericsson. He has more than 20 years of Automotive, IT and Telecommunication experience and had multiple management and leadership positions in Sales, Consulting, Technology Strategy and Business Development. He has spent more than 10 years in the connected-car / telematics industry where he has worked on both the supplier and the OEM side. He has developed technology and business solutions within the automotive and aftermarket industry and has driven those engagements with OEM companies globally.

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