The inaugural Emerging Trends & Technology Network (ETTN) networking event, held November 5 at the SEMA Show’s New Products Showcase, was a huge success. Focused on building community among automotive specialty-equipment engineers, product developers and industrial designers, the event featured several speakers who helped facilitate conversation on emerging industry technology and trends. The event included food, beverages and refreshments, courtesy of the network and SEMA. John Waraniak, SEMA’s vice president of vehicle technology, took a few minutes to address the attendees and let them know some of the latest and greatest things his group has been working on.
The SEMA Emerging Trends & Technology Network will host their inaugural Motorsports Tech Roundtable featuring six roundtables.
The SEMA Emerging Trends & Technology Network will host their inaugural Motorsports Tech Roundtable featuring six roundtables that take a deep dive into this topic and many more.
The SEMA Emerging Trends & Technology Network (ETTN) will host their inaugural Motorsports Tech Roundtable featuring six roundtables that take a deep dive into the future of motorsports and performance technology.
The annual New Products Awards are chosen by a panel of volunteer, non-manufacturing industry professionals within the Light Truck Accessory Association (LTAA).
MPMC is hosting four events at the upcoming PRI Show in Indianapolis.
SEMA councils and networks welcome the companies and individuals who became council and network members during the 2015 SEMA Show.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) gathered for its annual Industry Reception, Wednesday, November 4, at the SEMA Show.
Several of SEMA’s councils presented awards for industry contributions and professional excellence during the 2015 SEMA Show.
Welcome to the new Emerging Trends and Technology Network (ETTN), an organization where engineers, programmers, designers and those affected by the fast pace of ever-changing automotive technology can come together as a community. The mission of ETTN is to “identify, understand and communicate emerging trends and technologies to help members improve.” There is a real need within SEMA for individuals to understand and be prepared for upcoming changes to the industry, most of which are based on technological advancements.