Digital in-car & mobile technologies revealed at Telematics Detroit exhibition 2008

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Telematics Update is offering free exhibition passes to anyone who pre-registers on the exhibition website.

The exhibition hall is the networking heart of the show – if you pre-register as an exhibition visitor online there is no charge to visit the exhibition stands and network with high level executives from across the telematics value chain.

This is your chance to meet car manufacturers like Ford, GM, Honda and BMW; Tier 1s like Panasonic, Visteon, Johnson Controls, etc; Tier 2 suppliers, software developers, component makers and more.

This year, for the first time, there will be sixteen free exhibition seminars for visitors and more than 100 booths displaying the latest industry products. Book now, as tickets are in short supply.

The industry's leading companies are waiting to meet you and show you why the future is bright for automotive technology. If you can be in Detroit on May 21st and 22nd, you can't afford to miss out on this opportunity.

"Telematics Detroit exhibition is a one-stop-shop for the telematics world." [Gideon Rossman, vice president of business development, Pointer Telocation]

"Partners, prospects and technical expertise … all gathering in one spot. That's the value of the Detroit exhibition! We got great leads and will definitely be back for more next year." [Pete Wilson, director of mobile applications, Aeris Communications]

To attend Telematics Detroit exhibition on May 21st & 22nd for free, visit: www.telematicsupdate.com/detroit2008/exhibit_expovisitor.shtml

The exhibition runs alongside the prestigious Telematics Detroit 2008 conference. During the two days more than a hundred industry leading speakers will give conference delegates cutting edge business intelligence, market predictions and practical tips for success.

If hearing the latest on LBS, navigation, infotainment, asset management and monitoring, driver assist systems and more will benefit your business, then you should invest in a conference pass.

Conference passes range between $1,895 and $2,695.

Click here for more information: secure.firstconf.com/auto/detroit2008/register.htm


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