Registration Now Open for SAE International’s Transmission & Driveline Technologies Symposium
SAE International announces the opening of registration for the Transmission and Driveline Technologies Symposium which will be held in Plymouth, Mich., at The Inn at St. Johns on Oct. 9-10, 2018. The Transmission and Driveline Technologies Symposium brings together key executives, engineers, researchers, and suppliers to discuss the latest innovations in the design, manufacture, and operation of these technologies.
Transmission and Driveline Technologies Symposium focuses on the latest and most pertinent topics in the field of transmission and driveline technology today. Hear from industry experts and participate in conversations that seek to deliver improved fuel efficiency and performance across every combination of region, market segment, and application. This year’s event features concurrent symposia exploring both Transmission and Driveline and All-Wheel Drive Technologies. There will be sessions addressing the impact of autonomous driving on transmission and driveline technologies, electrified powertrains, e-mobility, emerging technologies and market trends, efficiency improvements for transmission and driveline systems, AWD testing, and more.
In addition to the numerous technical sessions, the program will also feature an executive panel and keynote address. The Symposium also hosts a dynamic exhibition featuring the industry’s leading companies. Nearly 30 companies are expected to showcase their latest products and innovations providing attendees with the chance to experience new products first-hand.
To learn more about the Transmission & Driveline Technologies Symposium or to register, visit sae.org/transmission.
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