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TU-Automotive Software Conference More Accessible Through Virtual Event August 18-20

Laura Cowan

By Laura Cowan

Laura K. Cowan is a tech editor and journalist whose work has focused on promoting sustainability initiatives for automotive, green tech, and conscious living media outlets.

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We covered TU-Automotive Software Conference in Detroit in 2019, and it was hard to even begin to bring you backstage access to all the great talks and events going on. This year, you can tailor your attendance to your own preferences. TU-Automotive is going virtual from August 18-20. If you're interested in the future of mobility tech and connectivity or cybersecurity, data, and software in the automotive industry, this is the one conference where it all comes together.

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According to TU-Automotive's marketing outreach coordinator Joy Wang who is reaching out to promote the switch to a virtual event this year, "TU-Automotive Detroit 2020 will continue to provide the same engaging content including the world-renowned keynotes, conference tracks, workshops, roundtables and working groups that the event is known for. There will also be an opportunity to network virtually within the TU-Automotive 2020 platform, allowing you to mingle, learn and grow."


Self-driving cars sit outside the TU-Automotive Conference in Detroit 2019, ready for test runs through the parking lot.

TU-Automotive Mobility Tech Conference

  • When: August 18-20, 2020 
  • Where: 100% virtual, live and on demand
  • Registration: https://automotive.knect365.com/tu-auto-detroit/registration/
  • Sampling of Confirmed Speakers: Lawrence Kennedy, YouTube Product Lead | John Kenney, Director & Principal Researcher at Toyota | Shyamala Prayaga, Ford Motor Company User Experience Evangelist | Kevin Baltes, Product Director of Cybersecurity at General Motors | Pratik Budhev, Investment Director at Volvo Cars Tech Fund 
  • (Full speaker list and agenda)

Registration includes free options for startups and professionals in government and academia and for virtual passes to a selection of events. Check out the options here.

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