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Stuttgart Convention Bureau Wins Two International Association Congresses

Stuttgart Convention Bureau has won two international association congresses for Stuttgart in the area of engineering. SAE 2013 Electric Powertrain Technologies Symposium and SAE 2013 Augmented and Virtual Reality Technologies Symposium will be held at the same time in Stuttgart on 20 and 21 November 2013 in cooperation with the Virtual Dimension Center Fellbach. The organiser of the two conferences is US-based SAE International, the leading association of engineers and technical professionals in the aerospace, automobile and off-road vehicle industries.

“Selecting the right city for SAE International’s Augmented and Virtual Reality and Electric Powertrain Technologies Symposiums was extremely important. We needed a city with the right mix of culture, beauty and innovative spirit. As a technical hub of mobility innovation, including AR/VR technologies, Stuttgart is the perfect match,” said Patti Kreh, Manager of SAE Engineering Events. The organiser chose the Pullman Stuttgart Fontana Hotel as the congress hotel.

Photo: Schlossplatz/Werner Dieterich