May 18 - 20, 2020 | Detroit, MI

Patrick Davis

Core Comfort Attribute Engineer Ford Motor Company

Patrick has been with Ford Motor Company for the last 5 years where he started at the Kansas City Assembly Plant working on hard and soft trim. Working under Mike Kolich for last year and a half on Core Seat Comfort Engineering Patrick has transitioned well to living in Michigan, surviving the winters but enjoying the spring, summer, and fall as much as possible. Prior to Ford, Patrick worked at Continental ContiTech working on PVC hose manufacturing in Missouri. His education background started at the University of South Dakota gaining a bachelor's degree in Physics, after which he went on to the University of California, Riverside to study mechanical engineering where he received his Master's degree. Patrick enjoys traveling with his wife, outdoor recreation of all kinds, and he grew up as a gearhead working on all sorts of cars and engines where he gained his passion for the automotive industry.

MAIN CONFERENCE DAY ONE | MAY 19, 2020

Tuesday, May 19th, 2020

11:00 AM PANEL: Personalizing Passenger Experience with Seating and Comfort in Mind

• Defining what seat mobility means for autonomous and ride-sharing vehicles 
• Is motion sickness a thing of the past? Learning how to advance passenger’s comfortability to provide an enhanced experience
• Looking at design and materials that promote comfortability

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Patrick.

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