High Performance, Smooth Ride, Safe Environment, Hot Topics at SAE Automotive Dynamics and Stability Conference in Detroit

WHO:Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE International)
WHAT:Automotive Dynamics Stability & Controls Conference and Exhibition
WHEN:Conference runs May 4-6, 2004
WHERE:Cobo Center, Detroit, Michigan

Warrendale, PA, April 23, 2004 - This event will focus on the latest and greatest technologies for designing and developing vehicles that consumers most want to buy. Engineers who work on improving how a vehicle acts and reacts, and those who design the ride and handling characteristics of today's vehicles will share their technical expertise. This year sessions will focus on cutting-edge system based solutions while the exhibit will display the products that can make them happen. Don't miss this one of kind event.

The event opens on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. with a keynote presentation by Heinz Leffler, Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW) on "Technology and Architecture of Future Chassis Control Systems." The Wednesday noon keynote speaker is Michael D. Rizzo, General Motors Corp. on "GMC Savana & Chevrolet Express Stabilitrak - Hearing The Voice of the Customer."

Companies like MTS, National Instrument, Continental-Teves, TRW, Goodyear, Delphi, Visteon, NHTSA, are among many OE and supplier companies that have contributed sponsorships, speakers, and planning support for this biennial SAE event.

Accredited media can register free of charge at the event with proof of media affiliation. To obtain detailed information on speakers, times, and session topics, refer to the event website at http://www.sae.org/events/ads.

You may also contact the SAE public relations representative listed above for assistance.