Graeme Stewart joins Horiba MIRA’s executive team as chief technical officer and will have overall responsibility for the technical strategy, implementation and delivery. All of Horiba MIRA’s engineering, testing, connected and autonomous vehicle and vehicle resilience teams now report to Stewart.
He brings with him a wealth of engineering experience, most recently as program management director at Ricardo Automotive Division. Prior to that, Stewart was managing director of the Ricardo Vehicle Systems Business Unit, where he had full commercial performance, sales and project delivery responsibility. He earlier spent 10 years at Visteon.
Speaking of his appointment, Stewart said, “It’s a very exciting time to be joining Horiba MIRA. Automotive technology is evolving rapidly in disciplines such as cybersecurity, electrification and CAV, and Horiba MIRA is at the forefront of this, adding value to its customers by leveraging the synergies between its engineering and testing business, alongside R&D.”
Stewart joins Horiba MIRA as the final member of the new executive team. Managing director Declan Allen said, “Graeme’s vast automotive experience, alongside his vehicle and program knowledge, will be key to continuing our development as a world-leading automotive product development and services brand. We’re at an exciting point of change with a new executive team in place and I have no doubt that he will successfully lead his team to further deliver exceptional service for our customers globally.”