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SAE SHOW ’2006 April 03 – 07, 2006 Detroit

WHEN: April 03 – 07, 2006 Detroit SAE SHOW
International Congress & Exposition of Automotive Design Engineering
WHERE: COBO Convention Center
One Washington Boulevard
Detroit, Michigan
USA – United States

WHO: SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers)
400 Commonwealth Drive
Warrendale, PA 15096-0001
USA – United States


The SAE World Congress continues to be the one forum that brings together vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, government, and academia from around the world for the exchange of ideas on the state of advanced automotive technology and business. This unique combination of technology, knowledge, and people-that takes place at industry’s most comprehensive technical learning event-creates a highly effective environment in which relationships are formed, innovative ideas born…and the groundwork laid for success in today’s global marketplace.
SAE received more than 2,300 technical paper abstracts for the 2006 technical session program. After a formal peer review process, final selections will be posted to the SAE website beginning in November, 2005. Included in the submissions are abstracts for these new technology areas as identified by host company, BMW Group: Hydrogen ICE and Hydrogen Car Design; Nanotechnology for Automotive Applications; Advanced Production Technologies; and Mechatronics.
Of the 2,300 abstracts submitted, more than 400 were offered in each of two general areas: Materials and Body Engineering. The remaining 1,500 submissions cover the technology areas of Advanced Electronics, Advanced Propulsion, Advanced Materials, Emission Control Technology, Military Vehicle Technology, Safety, Chassis Technology, and Environmental Sustainability.
The final technical program for the event will consist of approximately 200 sessions featuring more than 1,500 technical paper presentations. Additionally, the AVL Technology Theater, an exhibition hall venue, will host the SAE 2006 Executive Management Conference; it will feature more than 100 keynotes and panelists-top executives and officials from industry, government, and research and academia. The FEV Innovation Forum, a second exhibition hall stage, will feature some of the event’s most popular technical sessions. The event’s truly global exhibition is expected to include more than 800 companies with one in four from outside the USA. Rounding out the learning opportunities SAE 2006 are approximately 40 SAE Seminars, carried out onsite at Cobo Center.
SAE 2006 is expected to attract more than 35,000 registered attendees from more than 45 nations.