The TU-Automotive Europe 2017 conference and exhibition (6-7 November, MOC, Munich) has introduced new passes and exhibition price points for early stage startups looking to enter the automotive technology space in collaboration with Project Kairos.
The event, now in its 15th year, is the longest running and largest gathering of automotive technology executives working on connected and autonomous car technologies in Europe. 750 attendees come from over 37 countries to network, learn, and scout new solutions.
This year, the organisers have introduced special rates for early stage startups to attend the conference and have a stand in the exhibition hall to encourage more innovation and new entrants to the industry.
Judges from Bosch Venture Capital, JLR’s InMotion, Ford and more will give feedback to startups and there is also a tailored programme for participants to learn more about the auto industry. Aside of the opportunity of showcasing your business in front of big crowd of automotive decision makers and investors, startups will also have the chance of winning the coveted ‘Kairos Automotive Award’.
More information regarding the startup packages can be found here! Please note, that these options are only available to early-stage startups with pre-seed, seed or series A funding and will need to be approved by TU-Automotive.
The event unites over 750 attendees from the automotive technology industry and covers connected cars, autonomy and urban mobility. Speakers include representatives from Nissan, VW, BMW, Local Motors, TFL, Bosch, Continental and more. See the full speaker list here.
Key topics at this year’s conference include 5G, V2X, A.I., redefining the digital automotive UX, cybersecurity and more, incl. case studies from pilots in the UK, Finland, France, Spain & the Netherlands.