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Executive Vice President and President Connected Car Division

S1nn GmbH & Co.

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S1nn GmbH & Co.

5930 Cornerstone Court West Suite 270

San Diego, California 92121

United States

Company Description

S1nn develops high-tech products in the field of Infotainment, Connectivity and Audio for the automotive industry worldwide. With our specialized technical aptitude and ingenuity, S1nn is dynamically shaping the automotive future. We are making driving ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Position, Electromechanical Components Division

Siemens AG

Executive Vice President and President, Connected Car Division

Harman International Industries , Incorporated

Education

Bachelor of Science degree

mechanical engineering

Purdue University

MBA

Fuqua School of Business at Duke University

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LEADERSHIP | Harman

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Phil Eyler

Executive Vice President and President Connected Car Division
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Phil Eyler
Executive Vice President and President Connected Car Division
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Phil Eyler
Executive Vice President and President Connected Car Division
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Phil Eyler serves as Executive Vice President and President, for HARMAN's Connected Car division a role he was appointed to in July 2015. Phil oversees the $3 billion unit, which develops integrated systems encompassing embedded infotainment, telematics, connected safety and cyber security solutions, among others. He oversees an organization of 7,500 employees, including top technology experts and engineers throughout the world.
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A veteran of the automotive industry for more than 20 years, Phil joined HARMAN in 1997 and throughout his tenure at HARMAN has served in a variety of leadership roles of increasing responsibility in infotainment and audio systems engineering, project management, quality and manufacturing. Prior to his current role, Eyler was Senior Vice President & General Manager, Global Automotive Audio, where he led sales, marketing, R&D, product engineering, and operations. During this period, he spearheaded market-leading and award-winning innovations such as HARMAN's Clari-Fi music restoration technology, the HALOsonic suite of sound management solutions and Individual Sound Zones, further distinguishing HARMAN's audio offerings from the competition. In early 2015, he also successfully led the acquisition and integration of the Bang & Olufsen Automotive audio business into HARMAN. Under his leadership, the Company added 12 new OEM brands to its customer list, consistently delivering double-digit growth and doubling HARMAN's backlog of awarded business.
Prior to leading Global Automotive Audio, Eyler was responsible for HARMAN's North American Automotive business, with overall responsibility for both audio and infotainment. During that time, he successfully led the product development and launch of the industry's first scalable infotainment platform, contributing to HARMAN's industry-leading infotainment backlog. Eyler has also led HARMAN's North America and Asia manufacturing.
Phil began his career at Siemens in the electromechanical components division. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue University and his MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. He is based at the Company's North America Automotive headquarters in Novi, Michigan.


"Working with Microsoft is a ...

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"Working with Microsoft is a natural fit for HARMAN as we continue our track record of making the car more sophisticated, productive and intelligent," said Phil Eyler, president, HARMAN Connected Car.


Phil Eyler was appointed to the ...

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Phil Eyler was appointed to the role Executive Vice President and President, Connected Car in July 2015.  Phil oversees the US$3B division, which develops integrated systems encompassing embedded infotainment, telematics, connected safety  and cyber security solutions, among others. He oversees an organization of 7,500 employees, including top technology experts and engineers throughout the world.  Phil reports to the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Dinesh Paliwal and is a member of the Group Executive committee.  A veteran of the automotive industry for more than 20 years, Eyler joined HARMAN in 1997 and through his tenure at HARMAN has served in a variety of leadership roles of increasing responsibility in both infotainment and audio systems engineering, project management, quality and manufacturing. From 2011 to 2015, Eyler served as Senior Vice President & General Manager, Global Automotive Audio, where he led sales, marketing, R&D, product engineering, and operations.  During this time, Eyler spearheaded market-leading and award-winning innovations such as HARMAN’s Clari-Fi music restoration technology, the HALOsonic suite sound management solutions and Individual Sound Zones, further distinguishing HARMAN’s audio offerings from the competition.  In early 2015, Eyler also successfully led the acquisition and integration of the Bang & Olufsen Automotive audio business into HARMAN.  Under his leadership, the Company added 12 new OEM brands to its customer list, consistently delivering double-digit growth and doubling HARMAN’s backlog of awarded business. From 2010 to 2011, Eyler was responsible for HARMAN’s North American Automotive business, with overall responsibility for both audio and infotainment. During that time, he successfully led the product development and launch of the industry’s first scalable infotainment platform, contributing to HARMAN’s industry-leading infotainment backlog. Prior to this, Eyler led Harman’s North America and Asia manufacturing. Eyler began his career at Siemens in the electromechanical components division. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue University and his MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.  He is based at the Company’s North America Automotive headquarters in Novi, Michigan. ]]>


Harman’s aspiration is to develop an ...

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Harman’s aspiration is to develop an “intelligent, intuitive system that, like an executive assistant, always reads what the boss wants, when you’re in a good or bad mood, under stress, not putting that irritating ‘phone call through or when you need a tea or coffee,� explained Phil Eyler, President, Harman Connected Car Division.

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Sitting in the car, you're facing a pair of ultra-high-definition (4000 resolution), 21.5-in screens, “curved for the first time in a car,� noted Eyler.
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Eyler admitted, however, that a third rearward facing camera could be installed and that the location of the display screens would be determined by the OEM customer.
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“Discounting the fully autonomous mode, we’re already working with OEMs to offer Microsoft in cars by the end of this year/early 2017, some as facelifts of existing platforms," Eyler said, "whilst we’re also developing with the display manufacturers to integrate them into our new generation of platforms.�


Press Release - HARMAN

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HARMAN’s technologies deliver a platform that puts the car at the center of the consumer’s connected lifestyle across the car, home and office” said Phil Eyler, president, HARMAN Connected Car. “HARMAN’s compute platform is the most holistic system for automakers to work from, allowing them to integrate numerous elements of the connected car experience to make the in-car user experience more seamless, connected and intuitive, ultimately putting the driver in control of their connected devices via their vehicle and paving the way for the fully autonomous vehicle where drivers will have the ability to be productive instead of drive.” The HARMAN technology on display is designed to seamlessly connect the vehicle to relevant systems to save drivers time and improve their connected lifestyle user experience – in and out of the car.

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