Automotive Testing and Engine Expo Runs Oct. 22-24 in Novi, MI - Engine Builder Magazine

Automotive Testing and Engine Expo Runs Oct. 22-24 in Novi, MI

The event, now in its 11th year, runs concurrently with sister show Engine Expo North America, showcasing the very latest in engine design and technology

Automotive Testing North America is back, bringing a showcase of cutting-edge automotive development technologies to the home of the US motor Industry, Michigan.

118472engineexp_00000068401The event, now in its 11th year, runs concurrently with sister show Engine Expo North America, showcasing the very latest in engine design and technology alongside Automotive Testing Expos display of the best in automotive production technology.

The event highlights the latest developments that are being used in the full automotive production process from the initial prototype analysis through to end-of-line inspection and quality assurance. The very latest technologies and services that are designed to ensure that the highest standards are met in terms of product quality, reliability, durability and safety will be available with more than 200 exhibiting companies out to demonstrate that their products are able to help with the ultimate aim of eliminating recalls.

Once again Engine Expo will feature Electric & Hybrid Zone, featuring motors, the very latest battery technology, controllers, capacitors, KERS and more, alongside ICE technology, giving powertrain engineers the complete picture.

Product categories include:

• Test simulation

• NVH analysis

• Occupant/pedestrian safety

• Engine/emissions testing

• Track simulation and laboratory testing

• Dynamometers

• Vehicle dynamics testing

• Materials testing

• Aerodynamic and wind tunnel testing

• Vibration and shock testing

• Acoustic testing

• Environmental testing

• Mechanical testing


For more information about and to reserve a place at Automotive Testing and Engine Expos register for your press badge click here

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