Discover the future of automotive testing, development and validation
Automotive Testing Expo is the world’s leading international expo for every aspect of automotive testing, development and validation technologies, taking place every year in Detroit, Shanghai and Stuttgart, and every other year in Chennai and Seoul. In America, as elsewhere, it is the leading event for the technologies and services in ADAS and autonomous vehicle testing, electric and hybrid powertrain testing, battery and range testing, EMI and NVH test and analysis and the full spectrum of test and validation technologies for full-vehicle, component and systems development.
With over 310 exhibitors displaying their very latest products and services, visitors can expect to see the most up-to-date technologies in ADAS and autonomous vehicle testing, NVH measurement tools, test rigs, simulation packages, durability testing technologies, crash testing, dynamometers, emission measurement systems and dynamic assessment tools, as well as countless service providers such as proving grounds and test facilities.
Automotive Testing Expo North America will be back to a full-capacity, full-size show on October 22, 23 & 24, 2024 at the Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, Michigan.
2023 Products On Show
Day 2: Atesteo begins commissioning new US$27m driveline test facility in the USA
Day 2: Sakor Technologies launches new test automation controller
Day 2: IMEG discusses prevailing test facility design challenges
Day 2: Scantek’s acoustical capacity meter quickly measures engine cavity capacities using sound waves
See the very latest technologies and services that are designed to ensure that the highest standards are met in terms of product quality, reliability, durability and safety.
- Acoustic testing
- Aerodynamic and wind tunnel testing
- Automated test equipment (ATE)
- Automatic inspection
- Autonomous Vehicle (AV) and/or ADAS development, testing and validation
- Battery Technology
- Climate Test Equipment
- Climate Testing
- Component testing
- Connectors for Test Equipment
- Corrosion testing
- Crash test analysis
- Data acquisition and signal analysis
- Data post-processing
- Durability Testing
- Electric & Hybrid Powertrain Testing
- Electrical system testing
- Electronics and microelectronics testing
- EMC/electrical interference testing
- End-of-line and/or in-line testing technologies
- Engine/emissions testing
- Environmental testing
- Fatigue/fracture testing
- Fuels and integrated systems testing
- Hydraulics testing
- Impact and crash testing
- Impact testing
- Interior Component Testing
- Laboratory instrumentation
- Logistics Systems
- Materials testing
- Measurement Data Management (MDM)
- Mechanical testing
- Media and Events
- NVH analysis
- Occupant/pedestrian safety
- Quality management solutions
- Quality testing and inspection
- Reliability/lifecycle testing
- Sensors and transducers
- Software test and development
- Stress/strain testing
- Structural and fatigue testing
- Telemetry systems
- Test facilities
- Test facility design
- Test management software
- Test simulation
- Tire testing
- Torsion testing
- Track simulation and laboratory testing
- Vehicle communication/diagnostics
- Vehicle dynamics testing
- Vehicle simulation
- Vibration and shock testing
PLUS! See in-line and end-of-line testing technologies!
Check our gallery from the recent events
Welcome to the Press Center for Automotive Testing Expo North America 2024.
Spirent and Anritsu deliver comprehensive automotive test solutions
Spirent Communications and Anritsu have announced a strategic partnership to address the unique testing requirements of cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) and autonomous driving technologies.
Fencing solution passes rigorous tests to achieve FIA homologation
The FIA has certified a new mobile debris fence developed by Swiss company Geobrugg, specifically designed for use in American motor racing championships like Indycar and NASCAR.
Tire manufacturer Continental puts driving simulator into operation
Following a 12-month trial period, the DIL simulator at Continental’s Contidrom in Germany, is now being adopted on projects. Continental Tyres purchased the Delta S3 simulator from Ansible Motion in April 2021. It is being used for both subjective analysis and materials testing – saving ...