TU-Automotive Europe

TU-Automotive Europe

Event date: November 2-3, 2015
Stuttgart

Stuttgart, Europe’s industrial automotive centre, will play host to the largest automotive tech event in 2015 – TU-Automotive Europe Conference & Exhibition (2-3 November, Stuttgarter Messe).

The event brings together Europe’s biggest gathering of telematics, wireless, CE and automotive executives to discuss the connected car, future mobility and the path from ADAS to autonomous. Expect top level discussions after our extenisve research period with input from other 100 industry insiders.

With BMW, Daimler, JLR, PSA, Mahindra, Volvo, Ford, Kia and more speaking this truly is the most important automotive event in your calendar.

Don’t miss the unrivalled networking opportunity presented by our new and bigger venue, over 1100 attendees and pre and post event networking. This is the place to meet your key partners face to face and strike those important deals for 2016.

Click here for more information and use this discount code – 2711M2MN

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