9th International Forum on Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications
March 16, 2005: Demo Day at the AMAA 2005!
*** Experience and drive the latest inventions of ADAS at our Test Track! ***
*** Drive cars equipped with emergency breaking systems, lane keeping support, traffic sign recognition, traffic jam assist, pre-crash, pedestrian protection! ***
*** Until today 10 test vehicles are already announced! ***
*** Free up your calendar! ***
*** For details see conference program! ***
Over the past years enormous progress has been made in the microsystems area in transforming
research results into marketable products. Nearly all economic sectors did benefit from these
developments. Automobiles today are inconceivable without microsystems. New and improved
functions in the car related to safety, performance, comfort and emission reduction
- being in many cases the unique selling propositions of a new automobile product -
are in the majority of cases based on microsystems. ABS, break assistance, stability
control and further safety features, applications in air-condition systems,
powertrain and engine management are only some examples for the indispensable
role of microsystems in automobiles. Microsystems and their underlying technologies
are in many cases even the driving forces in order to satisfy new customers' requirements.
The articles published in the AMAA book 2004 are available free of charge online at the Springer all4engineers portal. This service will also be available for the 2005 book but it is not yet clear if we can offer this service free of charge.
If you want to receive further information by mail or email, please send your personal contact information to the AMAA office (email@example.com).
AMAA Conference Chair
Dr. Jürgen Valldorf
Phone: +49 (0)3328 435 183
Hotel Steigenberger Berlin
Phone: +49 (0)30 / 21 27-0
Fax: +49 (0)30 / 21 27-177
The AMAA is organised by the Innovation Relay Centre Northern Germany |
which is represented by the
|VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH.|
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