Presented by PolyOne
Join us live May 18, 2017 at 11:00 AM EDT (New York)
Today, advanced mobility technology is moving faster than ever before. Sure, there might not
be a flying car in every garage, but we’re definitely heading into Jetsons territory. We’ll explore the trends and forces that are shaping the future of advanced mobility technology, pointing out the connections between these current and future developments and how advanced polymers can help make them possible. You’ll gain a better understanding of where mobility technology is heading and how you can adopt a fresh material perspective to meet the challenges it poses. Attend this webinar to learn:
- Which trends and forces are shaping the future of advanced mobility technology
- What challenges these trends present to designers and engineers
- Polymers, colorants and additives that make mobility advancements possible
- How specific materials meet each challenge
National Sales Manager, Specialty Engineered Materials
Brad is National Sales Manager for PolyOne’s Specialty Engineered Materials transportation business focused on the automotive and on/off highway vehicle market space. He manages a team of sales professionals spread strategically throughout North America that works in the traditional thermoplastic market space as well as new technologies aligned with automotive driver assist systems and electrification. Brad’s education includes a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and MBA, both from Michigan State University.
Global Transportation Marketing Director, Specialty Engineered Materials
Kelly Wessner is the global transportation marketing director for PolyOne’s Specialty Engineered Materials business. Prior to joining PolyOne, she worked for GE Plastics / Sabic serving as OEM director for General Motors. Previous positions at GE Plastics included account manager, global application development leader and application development engineer. Kelly holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue University.
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