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The Future of Racing and Performance

Part of the Vehicle Technology Briefing Seminars at the 2015 SEMA Show, “The Future of Motorsports and Performance” forum features frontline experts providing insight on the importance of motorsports and technology to the future of racing and performance businesses.

Vehicle Dynamics Forum: Customizing With Confidence, Ensuring Compliance

SEMA’s Vehicle Dynamics Forum is scheduled for Monday, November 2, from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. in rooms N258-N260 of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Vehicle Tech—Auto 3.0: Fast, Cool, Smart and Connected

SEMA Vice President of Vehicle Technology John Waraniak covers the current state of advanced vehicle technology.

Toyota Invites the Specialty-Equipment Market to Try Hydrogen

Toyota will grant royalty-free use of approximately 5,680 hydrogen fuel-cell-related patents held globally, including critical technologies developed for the new Toyota Mirai.

Evolving Technologies That Are Changing How We Drive

The SAE 2014 Convergence Conference & Exhibition will offer an in-depth examination of the growth of electronic systems over the next 40 years.

Silicon Valley vs. Motor City: Race for the Future of the Car

SEMA’s Vice President of Vehicle Technology discusses the state of advanced vehicle technology and how the current changes in the industry will impact the performance aftermarket industry for decades to come.

Auto 3.0: Fast, Cool, Smart and Connected

SEMA’s Vice President of Vehicle Technology on the State of Advanced Vehicle Technology Today’s cars, trucks and the auto industry and performance aftermarket as a whole are being reinvented, restructured and re-envisioned. Cars are quickly moving from standalone mechanical products to smart electronic products and connected smart products in what might be called Auto 3.0, the Third Automotive Revolution. Not since the beginning of the industry have we seen such disruption in how cars are designed, developed, customized, sold, serviced and owned. Vehicles drive themselves, avoid accidents and connect to their owners’ digital lifestyles. They produce lower emissions, go faster and are safer, smarter and cooler than ever.