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Brand new Auto Electronics Show now alongside Automotive Engineering Show 2013', as part of the Advanced Engineering UK group of events 2013
Organisers of the Advanced Engineering UK group of events 2013, hosted at NEC Birmingham on November 12-13, have announced the launch of the Auto Electronics Show, a further specialist trade show and business forum joining the already impressive line-up of co-locating events under one roof that includes the Automotive Engineering Show, Composites Engineering Show, the Aero Engineering Show and Printable Electronics for Industry.
Meeting the Auto Industrys crucial electronics challenges
The Auto Electronics Show provides the UKs brand new dedicated trade show and business forum bringing together all sides of the vehicle electronics sector, combining a showcase of the latest supplier technology and capability with a two day programme of free to attend technical and industry intelligence presentations. Invited exhibitors encompass technology innovation partners, parts, components, semiconductors, software and systems suppliers, plus technical partners supporting auto electronics design and test, manufacturing, assembly, integration, and supply chain programmes. Crucial areas of focus include: Body and Chassis electronics, Powertrain and Engine Management electronics, Safety, Security and driver assistance electronics, Vehicle Instrumentation & Displays, Vehicle Infotainment & Telematics, Electric/Hybrid Drive electronics, Vehicle System Networks and Power Electronics.
Ian Stone, Managing Director of show organiser UK Tech Events comments: Automotive electronics is at a crucial juncture in current and future vehicle programmes, reflecting a landmark shift to more mechatronic systems, with electronics representing up to 50% or more of a vehicles future value. Latest generation electronics technologies, supporting new levels of drivability, safety, functionality and efficiency, are rapidly becoming the key differentiators between competitive vehicle manufacturers. Supporting the UKs resurgent automotive engineering sector, this brand new annual event delivers an easily accessible dedicated forum for knowledge transfer and growing commercial opportunities to meet heightened levels of demand for supporting innovation partners and supply chain capability across the vehicle electronics segment.
Co-locating with the Automotive Engineering Show
The Auto Electronics Show will be hosted alongside the Automotive Engineering Show, concentrated on the disciplines of Automotive body, chassis, powertrain and supply chain engineering, and which already attracts attendees from every level of the UKs automotive engineering sector. Among the many major names that attended in 2012 were the likes of Jaguar Land Rover, BMW, Nissan, Vauxhall, Rolls Royce, Bentley Motor Cars, Emerald Automotive, GKN Driveline, Honda UK, GKN Structures, Lotus Engineering, MIRA, Prodrive, Ricardo, Toyota, Visteon, Wrightbus, TATA Motors, Aston Martin, AVL Powertrain, Bosch Rexroth, Calsonic, Caparo, Cosworth, DENSO Europe, Dunlop Systems, Eaton Corp, Goodrich, Johnson Matthey, Liberty Electric Cars, MAHLE Powertrain, Morgan, Noble, Sapa Automotive, Siemens Industry, Zytec Automotive and many more up and down the supply chain.
The Auto Electronics Show, and Automotive Engineering Show co-locate as part of one of the UKs fastest growing industry events
One of the fastest growing industry knowledge hubs in the UK, the Advanced Engineering UK group of events 2013 is set to build on its record breaking 2012 success which attracted a total attendance of some 9,000 to an exhibitor base of 550+. Hosted in the NEC Birminghams largest and premier hall (Hall 5) and representing some 17,000m2 of combined exhibition space, these events combine the strength of five synergetic interrelated high value engineering and technology sectors under one giant roof. Stone comments further; Each of the co-locating show components represent industry sectors which are IP, process and R&D rich, where the UK can remain highly competitive and a global leader. Following the same formula, this years new Auto Electronics Show is set to play an increasingly crucial part in the UKs ability to remain at the forefront in future vehicle development programmes
Dates for Diary: Advanced Engineering UK 2013 group of events
Tue 12th Nov 2013 (9.00 am 5.00pm)
Wed 13th Nov 2013 (9.00am 4.00pm)
* Automotive Engineering Show 2013 www.ukautoengineering.com
* Auto Electronics Show 2013 www.ukautoelectronics.com
* Composites Engineering Show 2013 www.compositesexhibition.com
* Aero Engineering Show 2013 www. www.aeroengineeringshow.com
* Printable Electronics for Industry 2013 www.ukprintableelectronics.com
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Auto Electronics 2013 Exhibition and Open Conference
Hosted alongside the Automotive Engineering show 2013, as a brand new component in the Advanced Engineering UK group of events, the Auto Electronics Show is the UKs brand new dedicated trade show and business forum bringing together all sides of the vehicle electronics sector, combining a dedicated exhibition showcase with a two day programme of free to attend technical and industry intelligence presentations.
The Advanced Engineering UK group of events 2013
The Advanced Engineering UK group of events 2013, in Hall 5 NEC on 12-13 November 2013, will again bring together multiple high growth, value-added advanced engineering and technology events, around a hugely exciting integrated UK technology transfer and business development hub including an expected 600+ specialist exhibitors and integrated parallel sector technology and briefings auditoriums. The 2013 event portfolio includes Aero Engineering Show 2013 , Composites Engineering Show 2013, Automotive Engineering Show 2013, Auto Electronics Show 2013 plus Printable Electronics for Industry 2013
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