February 2nd, 2010 at 6:12pm
For the first time ever, Autoline comes to you from the floor of Washington D.C. Auto Show. We have top policy makers, technology experts and journalists talking all about the role the federal government plays in the development of new vehicles and alternative fuels like clean diesel.
Highlights include appearances from Alan Mulally of Ford, Margo Oge of the EPA, Johan de Nysschen of Audi, Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich., Steve Bartoli of Chrysler and Jake Jones of Daimler AG.
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Anna Schneider, Vice President, Volkswagen, Industry-Government Relations
Tom Fulks, Principal, Mightycomm
Steve Bartoli, Head of Regulatory Affairs & Engineering Planning, Chrysler
Dirk Ockel, Senior Manager, Safety Specs/Accident Research, Mercedes-Benz
David Jeanes, President, AISI’s Steel Market Development
Johan de Nysschen, President, Audi of America
Margo Oge, Director, Office of Transportation & Air Quality, U.S. EPA
Jim O’Donnell, President, BMW North America
Rep. Fred Upton, Republican, MI 6th District, Kalamazoo
Alan Mulally, President & CEO, Ford Motor Company
Kay Stepper, Director of Marketing, Bosch Chassis Systems, North America
Steve Majkowski, Powertrain & Emissions, Dow Automotive Systems
Jake Jones, Vice President, Daimler AG, External Affairs & Public Policy
Uli Kranz, Head of Project i, BMW AG
Lars Ullrich, Director, Marketing, Bosch Diesel Systems