Serge Lambermont is Technical Director Automated Driving at Delphi. He started his career in Europe as an electronic embedded systems engineer supporting automotive OEMs in France and Germany. In 1997 he moved to Asia/Pacific where he served a variety of global engineering management roles for Delphi including Asia/Pacific Engineering Director Power Electronics, Asia/Pacific Engineering Director Powertrain Electronics in Singapore, and Japan Engineering Director Electronics and Safety in Tokyo. In his current role he is responsible for Delphi’s global automated urban driving technologies and activities. He spends his time working with global teams finding and defining opportunities to develop new features and innovation for future mobility and the future mobility eco-system. Most recently, he has been leading Delphi’s global development of urban self-driving vehicle development platforms for the Singapore Automated Mobility on Demand (AmoD) Pilot, and in 2015 the 5500 miles San Francisco to New York City coast-to-coast automated drive. During his career, he has been deeply involved in technology development across regions with customers in the US, Europe and Asia/Pacific. He is a technical leader with in-depth embedded electronics controls, vehicle systems integration, and high-end automotive quality experience. He is based in the Delphi Labs at Silicon Valley office in Mountain View California, and has a bachelor’s degree in applied Physics from Hogeschool Eindhoven the Netherlands and completed the Michigan Ross School of Business Senior Executive Program in Hong Kong.