DCEA Holds Advanced Automotive Technology Forum at COBO Center on October 5, 2011

DCEA Technical Council will host an Advanced Automotive Technology Forum at the COBO Center on October 5 (Wednesday) 2011 jointly with AIEC. The forum will be held at the Detroit International Advanced Manufacturing Technology Show (DIAMTS) to be held during October 3-8, 2011. To support the forum, GM will showcase its concept model EN-V and many New brands such as Volt, CTS V, Camaro etc.

The show will be held in Detroit – the “Automobile Center” of the world, it is anticipated that over 100,000 representatives, including corporate executives, government officials, engineers, specialists, professionals from around the world will be attracted to this big event. In the forum, executives and specialists of General Motors will present the latest development in Electrical Vehicle Technology, Vehicle Electrification etc. Ford executive and specialists will give keynote on Vehicle Crash Safety. Plus an JD Power expert will give a review on 2011 US Green Automotive Study. The US automotive industry is targeting one million electric vehicles by 2015 and the safety has always been the top important consideration in automobile design. Therefore, the forum will provide an excellent opportunity for people working in the auto industry to understand the edge-cutting advanced automotive technology and acquire the current auto market information.

7:30AM~9:00AM, Breakfast <strong>9:00AM~12:00AM, Advanced Electric Vehicle Technology Session </strong> 9:00AM~9:50AM, Keynote: <em>Vehicle Electrification and the Chevy Volt Connection</em> - by <strong> Mr. Micky Bly, General Motors
9:00AM ~ 8:30PM October 5th, 2011
<strong> Price for pre-registered attendees: </strong> Free for DCEA members and students (Show ID); $50 for nonmembers; $20 for sponsoring company employees(GM, FORD); VIP tickets $120; <strong> $10 additional charge for all walk-ins or on-site regis
Event Date: 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011 - 13:00