SAE International Celebrates 100th Anniversary
WARRENDALE, Pa.,, Feb. 1, 2005 - The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. SAE International has played a significant role in spearheading and actively supporting the mobility industry's development, and is responsible for much of the high-tech modes of transportation used today. Originally founded as an association for automobile manufacturers, SAE has grown to represent aerospace, off-highway machinery and motorsports engineers as well.
"Throughout its 100-year history, SAE has been the premier venue for showcasing some of the most advanced ideas in mobility engineering," said Ray Morris, executive vice president/chief operating officer, SAE International. "Our culture is based on our commitment to the belief that these advances in mobility can serve both the industry and humanity through safer, more efficient and environmentally friendly technology."
For more information, please call SAE headquarters at (724) 776-4841 or visit the SAE website.
SAE is a non-profit engineering and scientific organization dedicated to the advancement of mobility technology to better serve humanity. Nearly 85,000 engineers and scientists who are SAE members develop technical information on all forms of self-propelled vehicles, including automobiles, aircraft, aerospace craft, trucks, buses, marine, rail and transit machinery. This information is disseminated through SAE meetings, books, electronic products and databases, technical papers, standards, reports, and professional development programs.