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  1. 1. EV / AV AutoBook 2017 PREVIEW
  2. 2. ii WELCOME!
 
 Electric Vehicles and Autonomous Driving have become the hottest topic in the automotive sector and are quickly becoming a global phenomenon whre non-traditional players like Tesla were able to claim market leading positions agains classic competitors like GM, Volkswagen and Toyota. Battery prices fell 35 percent in the last 12 months and are on a trajectory to make unsubsidized electric vehicles as affordable as their gasoline counterparts in the next six years, according to a new analysis of the electric-vehicle market by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). By 2040, long-range electric cars will cost less than $22,000 (in today’s dollars), according to the projections. Thirty-five percent of new cars worldwide will have a plug. The highlight of 2016 clearly was Tesla’s success to secure more than 400,000 reservations for their Model 3. Production is scheduled to begin in mid 2017 and deliveries for 2018. Also Autonomous Driving has seen major breakthrough in 2016 with Tesla demonstrating fully functional AV technology in their Model S. Many agree that a shift is under way that will lead to widespread adoption of EVs in the next decade. It’s looking like the 2020s will be the decade of the electric car. How to use the EV/AV AutoBook The information was compiled from personal research, the internet and with support of friends at automotive companies, automotive organizations, industrial estates and business associates and is designed to support: 1) Business Development - managers who seek to identify potential customers and sales opportunities 2) Outsourcing – local and international commodity managers, buyers who are looking to source components Focus on contacts The EV/AV AutoBook features quick links to access web sites, Google Map locations and social media sites of the featured companies and their representatives. Simply click on the icons to connect: I am sure this book will give you lots of information and inspire you to do business in the EV/AV Sector. Bangkok, July 2017 Ulrich Kaiser
  3. 3. Taiwan-made machine tools leap into new-generation manufacturing Vertically and horizontally integrated Apart from supplying advanced machining equipment to the global manufacturing market, Taiwan also provides integrated machine development solutions. The nation operates one of the world’s most prolific industry clusters, which gives its machinery makers an edge in providing complete supply chain service and one-stop machining solutions to international manufacturers. Industrial parks located across the island serve as bases of thousands of machine tool makers, assemblers, and machine part suppliers who are globally recognized for their skills and technological achievements. They support each other through cooperation and collaboration, thus enabling them to be as flexible and adaptable as possible. Upstream and downstream companies in the machinery industry are integrated vertically. Furthermore, the Taiwan machine tool sector is also aligning with other industries like information technology. By integrating horizontally, Taiwan machine tool suppliers have tapped into the strengths of other sectors to create more advanced machining applications. The rise of multifunction machines, customized machining processes, and smart automation solutions from Taiwan has greatly improve overall manufacturing performance. This is also fueling a surge in demand for hybrid machine tools. Manufacturers can easily find Taiwan-made machines that blend additive manufacturing and multi-tasking functions. Hybrid machines like these are especially well-suited for small lot production of difficult-to-cut materials required in the aerospace, medical and energy industries. Taiwan’s growing success in providing machining automation is also the result of horizontal integration. For example, energy-efficient power products from leading companies have helped makers increase the power supply efficiency of their machines by up to 90 percent. Meanwhile, automation solution providers in Taiwan have secured a number of patents for measurement applications, which can substantially improve capability to provide in-house automated handling and manufacturing execution systems (MES). Such automation systems will help realize fully automated cells in factories. Taiwan machine tool makers have mustered enough support from the nation’s technology sector, giving them the edge to create machining solutions for maximum stability, efficiency, and functionality. For manufacturers who are aiming to boost productivity and quality, Taiwan provides the most comprehensive solutions in machine tools used in different manufacturing sectors. technique can achieve deeper and more precise holes with smaller diameters. Both help enhance the range of applications of machine tools. With such high- performance machines, good production practices can be upheld by every manufacturer, whether it is located in an advanced nation or a developing country. This also means future machines can level the playing field, which will give underdeveloped economies the opportunity to develop their fledging manufacturing sector with the help of advanced machine tools from Taiwan. Taiwan of late has also made significant inroads in the development of large- sized, multi-axis machines, thus giving a number of local machine tool builders the leverage to compete on the global stage. Several Taiwanese companies specialize in 5-axis, high-speed, double-column, and moving-column machining centers that are extensively used in aviation manufacturing. And so international manufacturers who are sourcing for machine tools that could meet their production requirements do not have to look far as Taiwan offers all sorts of industry-specific machines that can verily meet their expectations and budget. www.twmt.tw Local machinery manufacturers are pillars of Taiwan’s economy: they have for many years maintained a distinct and irreplaceable role in the production sector, especially in the development and supply of machine tools. Nearly every producer who succeeded in the manufacturing market has them to thank for. According to a WTO statistics report, Taiwan placed second among the world’s top contributors to the global value chain in 2015, with nearly 70% of its manufactured goods and services exported worldwide. This evidently shows the extent of Taiwan’s involvement in global trade. On industrial machinery development, Taiwan has managed to preserve a sterling reputation in the global market. This Asian manufacturing powerhouse is ranked alongside the world’s top five exporters and top seven producers of machine tools used in various industries, including automotive, electronics, information and communication technology, aerospace, and large-scale infrastructure. From conventional machine tools to future production facilities Taiwan-made machine tools offer better price-performance ratio than similar ones made by other countries. Each is designed, built, and equipped entirely in- house to ensure utmost quality and machining precision. Machine tools that are exported by Taiwan can be broadly classified into two categories: Conventional machine models with classic features Sophisticated machining units (e.g., EDM, ultrasonic/laser machine tools, electrochemical grinder, photochemical milling machine, and large-scale multi-axis machine) Taiwan’s sophisticated ability in building machine tools is a product of over several decades of manufacturing experience. Locally made machining equipment, such as vertical CNC, lathe, milling machine, drill press, and grinding machine, bears the hallmark of manufacturing flexibility that only Taiwanese builders can execute flawlessly. Providing a range of machining models that meet the requirements of industrial end-users, these unsung heroes have helped put Taiwan on the global machinery map. The nation supplies various types of grinders that include cylindrical, surface, internal and centerless. These boast superior stability and rigidity, which are exactly what manufacturers of automotive gear shafts, auto components, electronics, IT gadgets, and mold dies needed. Taiwan also provides an assortment of vertical and horizontal CNC lathes. Variations in design and functionality of these types distinguish one from another. New-generation lathes also have been launched recently, which feature enhanced operations for better milling, drilling, tapping, and spindle performance. As the global manufacturing sector moves toward simplifying once complicated machining processes down to single a setup, many local machine tool builders are stepping up to the challenge. So far, improvements in machine design successfully eliminate many machining failures resulting from vibrations and drastic temperature changes. New models rolled out of several factories in Taiwan overcome the limitations of traditional machining processes. They feature optimum cutting accuracy, temperature control, and running stability, with every detail considered for modern machining. With all the advances, global manufacturers have more and better options than just conventional processes. Machine buyers could easily notice the differences. Take an EDM for example, locally made EDMs deliver excellent cutting precision, which is made possible by combining linear motor technology and the latest auto wire threading mechanism to meet multi-angle manufacturing requirements. Another good example is the drilling machine. Two types dominate the market currently: ultrasonic drilling ensures machining stability, reduces chipping, and allows micro-hole machining of hard and brittle materials, while laser (1) (2)
  4. 4. Taiwan-made machine tools leap into new-generation manufacturing Vertically and horizontally integrated Apart from supplying advanced machining equipment to the global manufacturing market, Taiwan also provides integrated machine development solutions. The nation operates one of the world’s most prolific industry clusters, which gives its machinery makers an edge in providing complete supply chain service and one-stop machining solutions to international manufacturers. Industrial parks located across the island serve as bases of thousands of machine tool makers, assemblers, and machine part suppliers who are globally recognized for their skills and technological achievements. They support each other through cooperation and collaboration, thus enabling them to be as flexible and adaptable as possible. Upstream and downstream companies in the machinery industry are integrated vertically. Furthermore, the Taiwan machine tool sector is also aligning with other industries like information technology. By integrating horizontally, Taiwan machine tool suppliers have tapped into the strengths of other sectors to create more advanced machining applications. The rise of multifunction machines, customized machining processes, and smart automation solutions from Taiwan has greatly improve overall manufacturing performance. This is also fueling a surge in demand for hybrid machine tools. Manufacturers can easily find Taiwan-made machines that blend additive manufacturing and multi-tasking functions. Hybrid machines like these are especially well-suited for small lot production of difficult-to-cut materials required in the aerospace, medical and energy industries. Taiwan’s growing success in providing machining automation is also the result of horizontal integration. For example, energy-efficient power products from leading companies have helped makers increase the power supply efficiency of their machines by up to 90 percent. Meanwhile, automation solution providers in Taiwan have secured a number of patents for measurement applications, which can substantially improve capability to provide in-house automated handling and manufacturing execution systems (MES). Such automation systems will help realize fully automated cells in factories. Taiwan machine tool makers have mustered enough support from the nation’s technology sector, giving them the edge to create machining solutions for maximum stability, efficiency, and functionality. For manufacturers who are aiming to boost productivity and quality, Taiwan provides the most comprehensive solutions in machine tools used in different manufacturing sectors. technique can achieve deeper and more precise holes with smaller diameters. Both help enhance the range of applications of machine tools. With such high- performance machines, good production practices can be upheld by every manufacturer, whether it is located in an advanced nation or a developing country. This also means future machines can level the playing field, which will give underdeveloped economies the opportunity to develop their fledging manufacturing sector with the help of advanced machine tools from Taiwan. Taiwan of late has also made significant inroads in the development of large- sized, multi-axis machines, thus giving a number of local machine tool builders the leverage to compete on the global stage. Several Taiwanese companies specialize in 5-axis, high-speed, double-column, and moving-column machining centers that are extensively used in aviation manufacturing. And so international manufacturers who are sourcing for machine tools that could meet their production requirements do not have to look far as Taiwan offers all sorts of industry-specific machines that can verily meet their expectations and budget. www.twmt.tw Local machinery manufacturers are pillars of Taiwan’s economy: they have for many years maintained a distinct and irreplaceable role in the production sector, especially in the development and supply of machine tools. Nearly every producer who succeeded in the manufacturing market has them to thank for. According to a WTO statistics report, Taiwan placed second among the world’s top contributors to the global value chain in 2015, with nearly 70% of its manufactured goods and services exported worldwide. This evidently shows the extent of Taiwan’s involvement in global trade. On industrial machinery development, Taiwan has managed to preserve a sterling reputation in the global market. This Asian manufacturing powerhouse is ranked alongside the world’s top five exporters and top seven producers of machine tools used in various industries, including automotive, electronics, information and communication technology, aerospace, and large-scale infrastructure. From conventional machine tools to future production facilities Taiwan-made machine tools offer better price-performance ratio than similar ones made by other countries. Each is designed, built, and equipped entirely in- house to ensure utmost quality and machining precision. Machine tools that are exported by Taiwan can be broadly classified into two categories: Conventional machine models with classic features Sophisticated machining units (e.g., EDM, ultrasonic/laser machine tools, electrochemical grinder, photochemical milling machine, and large-scale multi-axis machine) Taiwan’s sophisticated ability in building machine tools is a product of over several decades of manufacturing experience. Locally made machining equipment, such as vertical CNC, lathe, milling machine, drill press, and grinding machine, bears the hallmark of manufacturing flexibility that only Taiwanese builders can execute flawlessly. Providing a range of machining models that meet the requirements of industrial end-users, these unsung heroes have helped put Taiwan on the global machinery map. The nation supplies various types of grinders that include cylindrical, surface, internal and centerless. These boast superior stability and rigidity, which are exactly what manufacturers of automotive gear shafts, auto components, electronics, IT gadgets, and mold dies needed. Taiwan also provides an assortment of vertical and horizontal CNC lathes. Variations in design and functionality of these types distinguish one from another. New-generation lathes also have been launched recently, which feature enhanced operations for better milling, drilling, tapping, and spindle performance. As the global manufacturing sector moves toward simplifying once complicated machining processes down to single a setup, many local machine tool builders are stepping up to the challenge. So far, improvements in machine design successfully eliminate many machining failures resulting from vibrations and drastic temperature changes. New models rolled out of several factories in Taiwan overcome the limitations of traditional machining processes. They feature optimum cutting accuracy, temperature control, and running stability, with every detail considered for modern machining. With all the advances, global manufacturers have more and better options than just conventional processes. Machine buyers could easily notice the differences. Take an EDM for example, locally made EDMs deliver excellent cutting precision, which is made possible by combining linear motor technology and the latest auto wire threading mechanism to meet multi-angle manufacturing requirements. Another good example is the drilling machine. Two types dominate the market currently: ultrasonic drilling ensures machining stability, reduces chipping, and allows micro-hole machining of hard and brittle materials, while laser (1) (2)
  5. 5. Chapter 1 Introduction
  6. 6. In the late 1890s electric vehicles (EVs) had outsold gasoline cars ten to one. EVs were dominating roads and dealer showrooms. Several automotive companies started out as successful EV companies such as Oldsmobile and Studebaker. However, their focus later Transition to gasoline-powered vehicles. The first car dealerships actually dealt exclusively for EVs. Early production of EVs was accomplished by hand assembly. In 1910, volume production of gasoline powered cars was achieved with the motorized assembly line. This breakthrough manufacturing process killed off all but the most well-financed car builders. Independents, unable to buy components in volume died off. The infrastructure for electricity was almost non-existent outside of city boundaries – limiting EVs to city- only travel. Another contributing factor to the decline of EVs was the addition of an electric motor (called the starter) to gasoline powered cars – finally removing the need for the difficult and dangerous crank to start the engine. Due to these factors, by the end of World War I, production of electric cars stopped and EVs became niche vehicles – serving as taxis, trucks, delivery vans, and freight handlers. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, a rebirth of EVs prompted was by concerns about air pollution and the OPEC oil embargo. In the early 1990s, a few major automakers resumed production of EVs – prompted by California 's landmark Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Mandate. Those EVs were produced in very low volumes – essentially hand-built like their early predecessors. However, as the ZEV mandate was weakened over the years, the automakers stopped making EVs – Toyota was the last major auto maker to stop EV production in 2003. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Electric batteries & Electric motors led to the first electric vehicles in then 1800’s 2. EVs outsold gasoline vehicles 10 to 1 in the 1890’s. 3. Henry ford’s Model T put an end to EVs popularity in the early 1900’s 4. Resurgence of EVs came during the late 1980s with Honda and Toyota EV Introduction Page 5
  7. 7. Since the 1920’s, there has been research and experiments into autonomous vehicles. The first self-sufficient and truly autonomous vehicles appeared in the 80’s, with the Carnegie Mellon Universities Navlab and ALV projects in the mid 80’s and the Mercedes-Benz and Budeswehr University Munich’s Eurke Prometheus Project in the late 80’s. Since then, many major automotive manufacturers and research organizations have been developing prototype vehicles including Mercedes-Benz, Continental Automotive Systems, General Motors, Bosch, Autolive Inc., Toyota, Nissan, Volvo, Vislav, Google and Audi. In July of 2013, Visla demonstrated the BRAiVE vehicle, that moved autonomously on a mixed traffic route open to public traffic. As of 2013, four states in the U.S. have passed laws permitting the use of autonomous vehicles including Nevada, Florida, California and Michigan. In Europe, cities in France, Belgium, Italy and the United Kingdom are planning to operate transport systems for driverless vehicles. Germany, the Netherlands and Spain have already allowed the testing of robotic vehicles in traffic. Envisioning the Future As mentioned prior, the idea of autonomous vehicles was around since 1900‘s. However, the concept of autonomous vehicle and driving gained vast public interest at General Motors Futurama exhibit during the 1939 World’s Fair. General Motors envisioned a future where there was “abundant sunshine, fresh air (and) fine green parkways” on which cars could drive themselves. Jameson Wetmore, a historian wrote in Driving the Dream that "GM and RCA had developed a scale model automated highway system, which allowed them to begin experimenting with how electronics could be used to steer and maintain proper following distance." Section 2 AT A GLANCE 1. AV Research & Development ongoing since 1920’s 2. First Autonomous Vehicle showcased in 1977 3. Ernst Dickmanns has been nicknamed the pioneer of autonomous vehicles AV Introduction Page 6
  8. 8. Chapter 2 Statistics
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  10. 10. Chapter 3 OEMs Photo: Volkswagen
  11. 11. Faraday Future is an American based start-up that is Chinese- backed and that is focusing on developing intelligent electric vehicles. The company was established in 2014 and is headquartered in Gardena, California. The companies financial backer is LeEco, a Chinese consumer electronics company. In 2016, the company debuted its first concept vehicle the single-seat FFZERO1. The FFZERO1 has 1,000hp (750 kW) that can go up to 200mph. The company plans on developing other models and designs in the near future. The company plans on launching its first all-electric vehicle by 2017. The company has decided to open its first manufacturing facility in Nevada, Las Vegas where construction began in April 2016. The company planed on investing over USD 1 billion into the plant. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Founded in 2014 2. Employs over 1,000 Faraday Future Page 10 Faraday Future HQ 18455 S Figueroa St. Los Angeles
 CA 90248 Tel: +1 424 276 7616 Email: info@faradayfuture.com Michael Johnson Director Tom Wessner VP Global Supply Chain Andrew De Haan Plant Director
  12. 12. Section 2 Other Automotive OEMs Page 11 The full version of the EV / AV AutoBook includes profiles of the following OEMs.
 You can order your subscription for the EV / AV AutoBook here.
  13. 13. Chapter 4 Tier 1 Suppliers
  14. 14. GKN Driveline is a multinational automotive components manufacturer that focuses on driveline technologies. The company is owned by GKN, which was founded in 1759. The company is present across 22 countries in over 56 locations. The company has a global work force of over 22,000. The company’s headquarters is located in Redditch, United Kingdom. GKN Driveline is the worlds largest producer of CV joints. The company also produces a variety of other products for the automotive industry. These products include AWD Systems, Trans Ale Solutions, Replacement parts and GKN’s eDrive Systems. eDrive Systems is the companies solution aimed a hybrid and all electric vehicles. Product range: CV joints Side shafts Prop shafts Power transfer units Differentials AWD couplings Disconnects Electric rear axles Electric dive transmissions Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Established: 1759 2. Employs: 22,000 3. Turnover Q1 2015: 2.678 Billion BPS GKN Driveline Page 13 GKN Driveline PLC Ipsley House, Ipsley Church Lane, Redditch, Worcestershire B98 0AJ, United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 152 753 3600 Email: info@gkndrive.com Helmuth Rohregger President Europe Philippe Doumeingts Senior Vice President Purchasing & Supply Chain Mohammed Zameer Vice President Global Manufacturing Engineering Rainer Dr. Link Vice President Business Development AWD/ eDrive
  15. 15. eDrive Systems eDrives Systems is GKN Drivelines product solution for hybrid and electric vehicles. Currently, GKN Driveline supplies eDrive solutions to each major automotive region. eMachines is focused on manufacturing and selling drive systems and electric machines based on axial flux motor technology for use in hybrid and all-electric vehicles. Integrated eDrive Systems Product range: eAxles eTransmissions eMachines Integrated eDrive Systems eAxles Since 2002 GKN Driveline has been constantly developing electric axles and offers two different solutions: eAxles for M-4WD and eAxles for Hybrid AWD. eAxles support the electrification of a vehicle as secondary driven axle while the primary engine is still a combustion engine and therefore can be disconnected. eDrive Systems Global Contacts Peter Moelgg Chief Executive Officer AWD /eDrive Division Rainer Dr. Link Vice President Business Development AWD/eDrive Division Roman Dziuba Vice President Operations AWD/eDrive Division Jose Luis Sainz Guerra Vice President Purchasing and Supply Chain AWD/eDrive Division Joe Palazzolo Program Director, Chief Engineer AWD/eDrive Division Click here for a list of global GKN driveline locations. Page 14
  16. 16. Section 2 Other Automotive Events Page 15 The full version of the EV / AV AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
 You can order your subscription for the EV / AV AutoBook here.
  17. 17. Chapter 5 Associations
  18. 18. Launched in 1990, the World Electric Vehicle Association (WEVA) is a non-profit organization with the objective of promoting the research, development and deployment of electric drive vehicles. WEVA organizes the International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS) series, the World Electric Vehicle Journal, and bestows the E-Visionary Award upon cities that are leading the charge in electric drive promotion and deployment across the world. WEVA consists of three regional organizations - the Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA), the European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (AVERE) and the Electric Vehicle Association of Asia Pacific (EVAAP). These three international associations promote the electric vehicle concepts and policies in their respective regions of North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific.  Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Established: 1990 2. Non-profit organization WEVA Page 17 World Electric Vehicle Association (WEVA) 1250 Eye Street, NW, Suite 902 Washington, DC 20005 United States Tel: +1 *202) 408 0774 Joeri de Ridder President WEVA & AVERE
  19. 19. Section 2 Other Automotive Associations Page 18 The full version of the EV / AV AutoBook includes profiles of the following Associations.
 You can order your subscription for the EV / AV AutoBook here.
  20. 20. Chapter 6 World Class Manufacturing Equipment Sponsored Feature
  21. 21. Chapter 7 Events Photo: eCarTec
  22. 22. eCarTec Munich is one of the world’s largest trade fair for electric & hybrid mobility. The event depicts a large variety of topics ranging from electric vehicles to powertrain technology to finance. Exhibition areas include: Electric Vehicles - E-cars / E-motorcycles / E-Busses / E-scooters / E-vehicles for transportation and storing / E-fun vehicles / E-trucks Energy & infrastructure - Energy provider electricity and hydrogen / Energy infrastructure / Smart grid / Charing stations Energy Storage - Battery systems / Fuel Cell Systems / Capacitors Powertrain - Electric Motors in general / Wheel hub motors / Drivetrains, Gearboxes / Control Systems) Finance - Mobility Models / Tourism / Finance / Leasing / Car Sharing / Venture Capital Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Date: 31 December 2017 2. Venue: Messegelände Munich 3. Matchmaking opportunities eCarTec Page 22 Organizers: MunichExpo Veranstaltungs GmbH Zamdorfer Straße 100 81677 München Tel: +49 (8) 9322 9910 Email: info@munichexpo.de 
 Event Location Messegelände, 81823 München Robert Metzger CEO Email: robert.metzger@munichexpo.de Gerhard Holmer Event Manager Email: gerhard.holmer@munichexpo.de
  23. 23. Section 2 Other Automotive Events Page 23 The full version of the EV / AV AutoBook includes profiles of the following Events.
 You can order your subscription for the EV / AV AutoBook here.
  24. 24. Chapter 8 Media
  25. 25. AUTOMOBIL ELEKTRONIK is a publication for managers, engineers, developers in the automotive industry. The publication tracks developments in automotive electronics along the entire value chain from parts suppliers to tier suppliers to OEMs. The publication also includes research articles about hardware and software, development systems and measurement and testing technology. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. A news outlet that covers all aspects of the Auto industry 2. Management and developers in automotive-electronics Automobil Elektronik Page 25 Hüthig GmbH Im Weiher 10 69121 Heidelberg Tel: +49 (0) 6221 489 300 Email: fachmedien@huethig.de Mr Frank Henning Sales Professional Tel: +49 (0) 6221 489 300
  26. 26. Section 2 Other Automotive Media Page 26 The full version of the EV / AV AutoBook includes profiles of the following Media.
 You can order your subscription for the EV / AV AutoBook here.
  27. 27. Acknowledgements Photo: Hyundai Mobis
  28. 28. about this book xxviii © 2017 Kaiser International Limited Publisher: Uli Kaiser uli@autobook.biz 
 Editorial Contact: Tilmann Kaiser 
 tilmann@autobook.biz 
 
 Thanks to everyone supporting this publication with resources, information, data, feedback. Copyright of all company logos are with the respective companies Copyright of all car photographs are with the respective companies Copyright of all product photographs are with the respective companies Copyright of all web site photographs are with the respective companies Kaiser International Limited 
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Automotive Intelligence for Professionals: The EV/AV AutoBook includes company profiles of OEM car makers, multinational automotive parts suppliers as well as organizations, media and exhibitions. The EV-AV AutoBook helps you to find new customers in the Electric and Autonomous Automotive industry.

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