NAIAS: 39,000 Get Up Close and Personal with New Products, Technologies

DETROIT, MI, (FNN NEWS) – A total of 39,000 industry and Tier One supplier reps from 30 countries around the world converged on Industry Preview to see the showcase of new and emerging vehicles and technologies at NAIAS. Now in its 26th year, Industry Preview brings together the best products in the industry with the key minds behind them. Industry Preview provides attendees with an up-close-and personal look at NAIAS before it opens its doors to the public, providing the perfect venue for sharing insights and benchmarking and analyzing products.

This year’s two-day Industry Preview featured important industry symposiums, including AutoBeat Daily’s Advanced Mobility Project Symposium, Roadshow’s panel discussion on the the modern car and what it needs to succeed, as well as  Autoline’s Supplier Symposium that looked at the major issues facing the automotive supplier community.

A collection of companies highlighting new and emerging automotive technologies were also highlighted in Cobo’s concourse during the entire Preview Week.

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