Ogi Redzic

Ogi Redzic

Alliance Senior Vice-President, Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services


Ogi Redzic was appointed Alliance senior vice president, Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services in January 2016.

Redzic leads a global team responsible for accelerating the deployment of connected mobility solutions for everyone across all Alliance brands at Groupe Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors.

In addition to the existing 600 experts and engineers from all Alliance brands, Redzic has launched the recruitment of 300 tech talents in software and cloud engineering, data analytics, machine learning, and systems architecture. He has also led the acquisition of Sylpheo and the partnership with Microsoft, announced in 2016 to accelerate the development of the Alliance Connected Car services platform.

In addition, Redzic’s team also launched several mobility services initiatives:

  • A strategic partnership with DeNa to develop autonomous vehicles for commercial use. The companies will begin testing in select parts of Japan this year, and plan to test commercial vehicles in metro Tokyo by 2020.
  • A research partnership with Transdev to jointly explore development of mobility services with fleets of electric driverless vehicles for public and on-demand transportation.

Redzic is based in Paris and oversees teams in Renault’s TechnoCentre in France and Nissan Technical Center in Atsugi, Japan.

Before joining Renault-Nissan Ogi Redzic held several positions at Nokia, NAVTEQ and Motorola. He most recently served as Senior Vice President, Automotive at Nokia HERE, where he led the Automotive Business Group, managing a team of 600 employees on five continents. His team led HERE’s efforts in Embedded Navigation, Automotive Cloud Services, Intelligent Transportation Services, and Automated Driving HD Live Map.

Redzic has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Northeastern Illinois University, a master’s degree in computer science from the Illinois Institute of Technology, and a master’s degree in business administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Redzic is also a member of the Global Agenda Council on the Future of Automotive & Personal Transportation organized by World Economic Forum. He was born in 1971.