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Only 19 Conference Passes Remain for Advanced Automotive Safety USA 2014 Conference and Exhibition

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The Telematics Update event Advanced Automotive Safety USA 2014 (July 8-9, Hotel Baronette Renaissance, Novi, MI) has seen a flurry of bookings. Companies such as Harman, QNX Software Systems, Liberty Mutual and Hyundai have all secured their spot for the event in just two weeks time amongst 150 other industry execs.

(PRWEB) June 25, 2014

With ITS America, GM, Honda and Kapsch all confirmed to speak to offering expert insight into advanced road safety technology, there has been a surge of registrations from those wanting to mark their position in the space. As the market heats up, the opportunities within advanced safety have become the focus of automotive industry players, hoping to gain their slice of the connected vehicle pie. From DSRC fuelled V2V functions, to ADAS and autonomous vehicles, the industry is thinking safety right now, which is reflected in this years attendee list.

View a sample of the attendee list for the event here: http://www.telematicsupdate.com/vehicle-to-vehicle-conference/attendees.php.

We know the opportunities in automotive safety are big

The interest and enthusiasm from the automotive industry for this event does not surprise me, Meredith Evans, Project Director at Telematics Update commented. With autonomous vehicles on the horizon, Google entering the safety sphere, and the caliber for safety apps reaching new heights, we know the opportunities in automotive safety are big. Intelligent transport systems are coming, and it is understandable that people want to equip themselves as best as possible with business models and technical understanding.

The Advanced Automotive Safety USA 2014 Conference and Exhibition (July 8-9, 2014, Novi, Michigan) will unite the intelligent transport industry to discuss the key issues surrounding the road safety revolution and the movement from theory to reality. Only 19 passes remain for the conference so Telematics Update advised potential delegates to book this week to avoid disappointment.

Register here: https://secure.telematicsupdate.com/vehicle-to-vehicle-conference/register.php.

After months of independent research into the advanced automotive safety market in the US, Telematics Update uncovered the following topics for in- depth discussion at the conference;

  • The Future Of Intelligent Transport Systems
  • Human vs. Machine - The Great Debate on Autonomous Vehicles!
  • Optimizing Data Processing
  • Alternate Devices for Increased Market Penetration
  • Creating Value For Consumers

The event will gather industry fore-runners from ITS America, Nissan, GM, Hyundai, Kia, Honda, Toyota, Denso, Center for Automotive Research, CVTA, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, UMTRI, AASHTO and many more.

150+ executives (OEMs, government, tier 1 and supplier executives) are set to attend the conference and define the next steps toward the dawn of a new era of intelligent transportation.

Only 19 passes remain for this event, and registration can be accessed here: https://secure.telematicsupdate.com/vehicle-to-vehicle-conference/register.php.

Contact:
Meredith Evans
Project Director | Telematics Update
7-9 Fashion Street, London, E1 6PX, UK
T: +44 (0) 207 422 4329 (Global) / 1 800 814 3459 ext 4329 (USA Toll Free)
E: mevans(at)telematicsupdate(dot)com

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