Expanded booth to include mini EV demo car, connected solutions, eAxle and more
AISIN Corporation, consistently a Top 10, global Tier One supplier of automotive components and systems, announced today that it will showcase a series of technologies for electrification and a zero-emissions automotive future at the 2023 Detroit Auto Show, Sept. 13-15, at Huntington Place in Detroit.
For the 2023 show, the AISIN booth, located in the concourse near the iconic Joe Louis bronze statue,
will be expanded to include AISIN’s Connected and Sharing Solutions division, which will display technologies designed to enhance vehicle navigation, safety and V2V connectivity. Of note: AISIN’s Road Maintenance Solutions technology – designed to detect road abnormalities (e.g. potholes) from data and images collected by in-vehicle cameras while driving, and formulate road repair plans to assist municipalities in road management.
“AISIN is making tremendous strides in EV innovation and communication as the world accelerates toward an industry based on zero emissions and overall sustainability,” said Scott Turpin, president and CEO, AISIN World Corp. of America. “We look forward to presenting these innovations and are thrilled to be back at the Detroit Auto Show to connect with our customers and industry peers.”
Additional technologies on display in Detroit will include AISIN’s comprehensive EV systems, power management solutions, energy management innovations and state-of-the-art aerodynamic systems.
Key booth highlights include:
These innovations represent a pivotal leap toward achieving the industry’s shared vision of sustainable transportation.
AISIN has been an exhibitor and sponsor of the Detroit Auto Show since 2013.