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5th International CTI Conference
Novi, United States - May 13-14, 2019
Conference / congress

The development in the automotive glazing industry is moving forward very quickly and is also gaining increasing importance in a connected world. Be a step ahead of the competition with CTI you will be prepared for new trends and future developments.

- Connectivity possibilities in/on/through the glass
- Lightweight/Thin glazing
- Interior
- ADAS and connectivity
- Electrification and the impact on glazing
- Design
- Aftermarket
- Bending

- Be part of the strategic and technical meeting of experts from OEMs and suppliers for the automotive glazing sector
- Get up to date on innovations and trends
- Benefit from a wide range of different contacts

- Automotive glass/polycarbonate manufacturers
- Automotive smart glass/polycarbonate manufacturers
- Device embedded glass manufacturers
- Suppliers of raw material for automotive glass
- Experts from the automotive smart glass industry
- Dealers and distributors of automotive glass
- Automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs)
- Automobile industry and related end-user industries
- Automotive aftermarket

May 13-14, 2019

08:00 - 16:30 (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)

Diamond Center at Suburban Collection Showplace

USD 1000.0 - USD 1950.0

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