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Dwight HowardManager, Electrical Engineering, North AmericaAptiv

Dwight Howard is presently Manager of Electrical Engineering, Product Development with APTIV LPC, Infotainment and User Experience Product Group (formerly Delphi Automotive Systems, Electronics and Safety Division). In this position, he has led more than 20 years of electrical design/development for numerous automotive applications across the major automotive OEMs which include the very first commercial XM and Sirius satellite receivers, a number of advanced automotive navigation/radio receivers, rear-seat entertainment systems, telematics systems, and advanced smart receivers. His recent activities are focused on advanced development of emerging vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V)/vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) applications, Driver Monitoring and Gesture Control systems, and numerous advanced automotive receivers and entertainment systems programs for a range of automotive OEMs around the world.

Dwight has also served many technical forums in the US, Europe, and Asia, as keynote speaker, technical presenter, and technical panelist. Dwight is a member of the Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA) and serves as a member of the Steering Committee for the SMTA Pan-Pacific Micro Electronics Symposium.

Dwight began his engineering career in consumer electronics, transitioning to telecommunications, and later moved into military and commercial vehicle power-train control systems development. In these experiences he worked on and managed major emerging technologies and new product advancements. He has spent the last 29 years in engineering management. Dwight holds a BSEE from Purdue University and an Executive MBA from Indiana University.