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At the Future Auto Expo you will have the opportunity to learn about the latest innovations in technology applied to the automotive industry, where lightweighting has become one of the main priorities for manufacturers. Save the date for 14-15 July and catch up on the innovations in metallurgy, materials science and 3D printing that are leading innovation across the value chain.
Lightweighting will be a key element for car manufacturers to meet sustainable development goals and comply with European regulations that require emissions from cars sold by each manufacturer to be below 95 grams of CO2 per kilometre travelled. The transition to full sustainability seems to be the hybrid line, what is clear is that one word seems to be banned from the vocabulary of 21st century automotive innovation: oil.
At this virtual fair you can also learn about technologies and projects under development to digitise production line processes using deep tech such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Vision, Laser Scanning and Cloud Connectivity.