Drive transformation at the IESF Automotive Conference 2022

30th November 2023 | Munich, Germany

IESF Automotive E/E Design & Engineering Conference

At IESF, the community of automotive innovators heard from experts in the industry, collaborates on best practices, and gains insights to solutions at the forefront of tackling customer challenges. Join us as IESF celebrates its 23rd year!

Registration is now open.

Bringing the automotive engineering community together

The Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum (IESF) was formed in 2000 to bring together the global automotive engineering community with a special focus on electrical and electronic systems. The original events were organized by Mentor Graphics and SAE. Following the acquisition of Mentor Graphics by Siemens, the event is now organized by Siemens Digital Industries Software.

audio visual team with the IESF general session setup in the background

Hear from automotive industry leaders

Since 2000, over 20,000 industry professionals have attended IESF to hear from some of the most influential speakers the automotive industry has to offer. Past speakers have included well-known industry leaders like Bob Lutz, Larry Burns and Paul Hansen and senior executives from companies such as BMW, Ford, General Motors, Aston Martin, PACCAR, Daimler Truck, IBM and John Deere.

panel of speakers at IESF 2022

Come face to face with can't-miss content

Today, IESF remains a unique mixture of technical and business presentations, panels and workshops that tackle some of the biggest topics facing our industry. These include dedicated breakout tracks on Vehicle Electrification, Autonomous Drive, E/E Systems Development, Accelerated Product Development, Software and Systems Engineering.

IESF remains a free event and includes an expo and networking opportunities.

audience members at IESF 2022

Agenda at a glance

IESF at the Hilton Munich Airport

IESF Automotive 2023 will be located at the Hilton at the Munich airport.

The hotel is between terminals 1 and 2 and 45 minutes away from the city center via public transportation.

Booking details for the Siemens IESF room block will be provided once you complete your IESF registration.

 Hilton Munich airport hotel photo by Hilton
I have been coming to IESF Automotive for many years, and it never disappoints. I am of course always interested in automotive electronics and electrical trends, and each year IESF always delivers an abundant selection of high-quality sessions with a lot of very interesting people to learn from.