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Autonomous Vehicle Sensors Conference 2020

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June 22, 2020 - June 23, 2020
McEnery Convention Center
San Jose, CA, United States
Questex LLC
+1 617-219-8372

About this Event

Co-located with Sensors Expo & Conference and Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference.

With top-level technical sessions and interactive panels in a newly-expanded two-day program, industry visionaries will discuss whether this sense technology is ready to usher in the new age. AVSC is the only opportunity for design engineers and OEMs to learn about the sensor technologies driving the automotive industry forward.

The event will bring together a range of engineering professionals from the C-Suite to technical engineers, including: 

  • Engineers: Design, Systems, Evaluation, Test, Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical, Process, Product Design, Production, Software
  • Executive Management: CEOs, CTOs, VPs of Engineering, VPs of Marketing, VPs of Business Development
  • Research: Development, Testing, Standards, Quality, Industry Analysts, Consultants
  • Purchasing & Procurement: Buyers of sensors and sensing-related technologies
  • Investors/VCs: Angel investors, professionals looking to invest in sensor technology
  • Auto Companies/OEMs including GM, Daimler AG, and more


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