Laird Technologies to Attend SAE Convergence Conference & Exhibition

Laird Technologies, Inc., a global leader in the design and supply of customized performance-critical components and systems for advanced electronics and wireless products, today announced it will attend the SAE Convergence Conference and Exhibition. The event will take place at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan, October 16-17, 2012. Laird Technologies will exhibit at booth #919. 

Laird Technologies will be exhibiting several product solutions from their telematics, EMI and thermal portfolios. EMI products on display will include elastomers, Fabric-over-Foam and board-level shielding solutions such as the ReMovl™ product enhancement and the Rigid Corner Board Level Shield Enhancement. Laird Technologies will also be highlighting several new technologies from their telematics business unit. These technologies are enabling the more efficient connectivity of future vehicles and include Smart Antennas, LTE/Mimo and mastless AM/FM antennas. 

“This year’s SAE Convergence Conference and Exhibition provides Laird Technologies a great opportunity to interact with key customers and partners in an important and growing market,” said Laird Technologies Account Director for Telematics, Jim Ciccarelli. “We are able to showcase our products to a wide range of attendees as well as learn more about how the industry is evolving.” 

SAE Convergence 2012 brings together technology leaders including designers, engineers, executives and policy makers to address the impact of electronics systems and the issues critical to mobility electronics implementation. The event includes an exhibition with over 70 companies as well as technical and business conference sessions. 

With expert knowledge, innovation and global resources, Laird Technologies is able to provide customers with reliable solutions for their telematics, thermal management and EMI needs.  The company is an industry leader in the design and manufacture of quality performance-critical products for the automotive, M2M and consumer electronics industries. To learn more about these solutions from industry-leading technical experts in person, visit the Laird Technologies booth.


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