The SEMA Emerging Trends and Technology Network (ETTN) recently reached out to members on how they are adapting to new challenges facing the industry during the Coronavirus pandemic.
ETTN Member News
SEMA-member manufacturers are known for their creativity, craftsmanship and innovation, and they go to great lengths to design and engineer their products. To assist with product development, member companies from time to time utilize resources available through the SEMA Garage.
As the group within SEMA charged with identifying and sharing information and knowledge about the latest developments in automotive technology, the Emerging Trends & Technology Network (ETTN) made education the centerpiece of its weeklong activities at the SEMA Show.
The Emerging Trends & Technology Network (ETTN) is a community within SEMA dedicated to providing a forum for technology-centered aftermarket professionals to connect, collaborate, learn and advance their careers. With that focus in mind, ETTN has centered its attention on presenting professional-development and career-enhancing opportunities at this year’s SEMA Show.
Vehicle technology is evolving at lightning speed. For the automotive aftermarket, revolutionary new technologies such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and light detection and ranging (LIDAR) present both challenges and opportunities.
In keeping with its mission to identify and communicate knowledge of evolving trends and new technologies, the Emerging Trends & Technology Network (ETTN) has created an online platform to engage and reach engineers practically 24/7 at either their workplaces or via their mobile devices as they travel.
Throughout the weeklong SEMA Show, held October 29–November 2, the Emerging Trends & Technology Network (ETTN) was involved in several forums designed to inform industry peers of advancements in vehicle technology.
The Emerging Trends & Technology Network (ETTN) is a community within SEMA geared toward automotive aftermarket engineering, design and technology professionals, providing a forum for them to connect, collaborate, learn and advance their careers. ETTN is offering many opportunities for those types of professionals at this year’s SEMA Show.
The Emerging Trends & Technology Network (ETTN) welcomed a new chair and chair-elect on July 1. Long-time SEMA volunteer Marla Moore of Coker Tire Co. stepped into the chair position, and Ian Lehn of BOOSTane took over as chair-elect.
The Emerging Trends and Technology Network (ETTN) brings value to its membership, comprised of engineering and techno-charged professionals, by providing resources, education and events throughout the year. Join ETTN at www.sema.org/ettn to take advantage of the benefits listed below.