SEMA is working hard to help members identify and capture the opportunities connected to Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS).
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SEMA’s Government Affairs office is bringing together a collection of legal experts to help businesses navigate several of today’s most pressing issues.
This year, the SEMA Action Network (SAN) is celebrating two decades of political horsepower.
The aftermarket industry for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), which is currently valued at just under $1 billion, is expected to grow to more than $1.5 billion by 2021.
SEMA has launched a new program designed to support and engage high-school students in the automotive hobby.
Exhibitor Updates highlight key deadlines and the latest Show news to help exhibitors stay on track and on budget with Show planning.
Sonoma Raceway President and General Manager Steve Page testified before a key Congressional subcommittee, urging members to continue to allow street vehicles to be modified and converted for motorsports competition.
SEMA News’ 35 Under 35 highlights the next generation of industry up-and-comers, age 35 and younger.
As the Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF) prepares to aid families affected by Hurricane Harvey, SEMA is coordinating its efforts with the foundation to identify and assist those impacted by the disaster.
SEMA Chairman of the Board Wade Kawasaki announced a new initiative with the Petersen Automotive Museum for the preservation of the Petersen Publishing archives, which chronicle the history of American car culture from the late ’40s through the ’90s.