Holy Batmobiles, the Caped Crusader’s car connected in Detroit

Don’t miss your chance to walk the exhibition floor for free at the 16th annual TU-Automotive Detroit 2015 Conference & Exhibition on 3-4 June, in Novi, Michigan.

About 3,000 senior industry executives are expected at the Suburban Collection Showplace in to explore and debate the future of the connected car.

A very special attraction for the clear-headed is Freer Logic’s steering wheel that can read a driver’s brain waves. Visitors to its booth will be able to control a driving simulator by mind alone just be gripping the steering wheel!

Peter Freer, president of Freer Logic said:“We are working on cognitive load, altering music based on the driver’s mood, drowsiness, and determining the driver’s state when transitioning during automated driving.”

Freer Logic’s bio sensor system has been awarded the Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation Award for Cognitive Biosensors in ADAS for the Automotive Industry, Global.

Another innovative display involves an active noise control device from Mentor Automotive  able to wipe out unwanted engine noise inside the car’s cabin.

Andrew Patterson, its director of automotive business development said: “Visitors to our booth will see our new automotive cockpit featuring demonstrations of an Active Noise Control, and Cluster/IVI ECU convergence solutions.

“Mentor Automotive will showcase a refined In-Car Experience in a live demo car, enabled by the XSe® ANC™ system. Experience the acoustic performance of the active noise control technology as it effectively cancels unintended noise generated from the engine and the road.”

Of the 200 most innovative companies in the industry there’ll be exclusive presentations from Covisint, Movimento, TomTom, Wind River, UIEvolution and QNX showcasing the most innovative solutions in the automotive technology industry. The full exhibitor list can be found here>>>

TU-Automotive Detroit project director, Justin Parker said “This year we’ve expanded. There will be three zones dedicated to telematics, autonomy and mobility to give you a complete picture of the latest innovations across the auto tech community. The number of companies exhibiting this year has doubled on 2014, showing that connectivity is now central to automaker strategies. We can’t wait to see the live interactive demos, cars and forward-thinking tech on display.”

Free passes for the two afternoon sessions are limited to give yourself the best chance of success by applying straight away by clicking here>>>>

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