World’s largest exhibition and conference dedicated to Autonomous Vehicle Technology opens tomorrow!

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Software, sensors, antennas, testing and validation equipment – and in fact anything required for the development of AVs – will all be on show in Stuttgart, Germany, tomorrow through to Thursday (June 5-7, 2018) at Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo 2018.

The free-to-attend exhibition provides a dedicated space for AV developers to source the innovative technologies, services and ideas they need for their projects. This year the exhibition hall features almost 80 specialist exhibitors, handpicked for their pioneering AV expertise.

Another big draw at the event is the chance to hear the world’s leading AV experts share their ideas and opinions in the three dedicated conference streams: Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design & Technology Symposium, Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium and Autonomous Vehicle Software Symposium. One pass grants access to all three streams, for a combined program of more than 150 speakers (fee applies, but a conference pass can be purchased on your arrival).

This year there will also be two exciting Conference workshops, led by NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute and Siemens PLM Software.

Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo attendees will also benefit from the expo’s co-location with Engine Expo, Automotive Interiors Expo, Automotive Testing Expo (the world’s largest vehicle test and development technologies exhibition) and Global Automotive Components and Suppliers Expo – meaning visitors can discover the innovations of almost 800 exhibitors in total.

You can register for your free exhibition rapid-entry FastTrack code here. 

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As editor of four magazines at UKi Media & Events James brings over a decade of writing about, and obsessing over, technology and cars to Automotive Interiors World, Stadia, Winter Sports Technology International and Auditoria. Responsible for commissioning, writing and editing each issue he’s covered the best (and worst) from around the industry on a continual search to feature the latest innovation or talking point on the next cover.

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