ALTI Automotive Audio Conference from Sept. 9 – 10, 2021 in Munich (Germany)

From September 9 – 10, 2021 ALTI will host its first ALTI Automotive Audio Conference (AAAC) in Munich, Germany. AAAC will be co-locating at the MOC in parallel with the HIGH END Munich Audio Show and the International Parts Supply Show (IPS). Dr. Alfred J. Svobodnik is the chair of the conference.
At the same time the International Automobile Exhibition (IAA) takes place, this year for the first time also in Munich. Almost the entire world of hi-fi experts, audio and acoustics professionals, and the automotive industry will be in Munich. This is the place to be in September. Save the date!

  

Event Motto: Audio and Acoustics – Key Features in the Car of Tomorrow

The automotive industry worldwide continues to undergo the greatest transformation in its history. New expectations for tomorrow’s mobility are causing serious changes. Connectivity, autonomous driving and electrification are bringing immense changes that will have a major impact on the vehicle.

 

  • In the context of connectivity and autonomous driving the interior of the vehicle is becoming increasingly important. It is very likely, that the demand for excellent sound systems will increase and with it the desire for new technologies.

 

  • In the context of vehicle electrification, the challenges of NVH are growing. New measurements and approaches are needed. The same or even higher NVH performance levels will need to be achieved with lightweight structures, downsized respectively turbocharged engines, or alternative powertrains.

 

  • Greater productivity in industry thanks to digitalization of product and manufacturing development will enable the technology growth.

 

ALTI Automotive Audio Conference will bring together senior industry leaders, OEM’s, suppliers and brands to explore the latest developments, threats and challenges being faced by the greatest transformation in its history!

 

Attendees will learn about industry trends from a wide range of Automotive Audio and Acoustics professionals while exploring the ways the industry has changed and how it’s focusing on driving innovation and meeting customer needs.

 

The ALTI Automotive Audio Conference, together with the HIGH END and IPS. offer attendees the perfect opportunity to meet renowned experts from the field of Hi-fi, Audio and Acoustics as well as renowned automotive industry experts. Exhibitors and presenters will have the opportunity to showcase their latest technologies and products to a much larger audience than ever before.

 

For more please visit the ALTI Automotive Audio Conference page.

 

About ALTI
ALTI (Audio & Loudspeaker Technologies International), formerly known as ALMA, is the global organization of industry professionals focused upon the advancement of audio & loudspeaker technologies engineering, design, and manufacturing. Founded in 1964, ALTI’s focus is in providing education, networking, and a productive environment in which to do business.

 

 

About HIGH END and IPS
The HIGH END Munich Audio Show is the undisputed international leader when it comes to impressively setting the tone for top-class music reproduction. The trade show has been providing ideas and impetus for producers, distributors, sellers and consumers of high-quality consumer electronics for four decades. Each year, representatives from the entire industry convene on four days at the HIGH END in Munich. From leading global players, right down to innovative start-ups, the exhibitors provide solid proof of their innovative verve, which they present to an international public at the HIGH END.

 
In parallel with the HIGH END Munich 2021, the HIGH END will hold the new IPS – International Parts + Supply trade show for the first time on September 9 – 10, 21 in Munich. With a concept for the hi-fi industry that is the first of its kind, the OEM trade show will offer manufacturers of supply parts and service providers for the audio industry an exclusive B2B platform for showcasing their products in a presentation tailored to their target groups. (Source HIGH END)