ADAPT: Automotive Technology Summit 2021
Tomorrow’s industry – today.
The ADAPT: Automotive Technology Summit provides anyone who owns, manages or works in a repair or service facility in the automotive aftermarket with a unique, unmatched opportunity to learn directly from automakers and the industry’s foremost leaders about the most progressive and pressing technology trends disrupting their industry—and how they can better equip their businesses to grow and thrive in the years ahead. The three-day event, hosted in downtown Nashville, answers the call of the Auto Service Professional, FenderBender, Modern Tire Dealer, National Oil and Lube News, and Ratchet+Wrench readership to have a larger understanding, presence and voice in the future of the automotive industry, and will include presentations and discussions from the automotive industry’s foremost leaders in terms of advanced vehicle technology—OEM representatives, OEM suppliers, leaders of technology companies, and other industry leaders.
Who can attend?
Anyone who owns, manages or works in a repair or service facility in the automotive aftermarket (Auto Service Professional, FenderBender, Modern Tire Dealer, National Oil and Lube News, and Ratchet+Wrench readers). The event will be closed to the general public and only industry professionals will be granted access to attend or sponsor.
The goal of the ADAPT: Automotive Technology Summit is to answer the call of our readership to give them a larger understanding, presence and voice in the future of the automotive industry. We feel an obligation to support the independent shop, and the Summit is a forum that gives you the resources, knowledge and strategies to overcome the obstacles you’ll face moving forward. This is your industry. It’s your business that will drive this industry forward.
What can you expect?
With a number of OEMs committed to participate, as well as some of the automotive industry’s leading technology experts, the ADAPT: Automotive Technology Summit will feature presentations in a variety of formats, covering the industry’s most pressing and progressive topics in terms of advanced vehicle design (e.g., ADAS, advanced powertrains, etc.); repair, maintenance and diagnostics (e.g., scanning, data availability, etc.); and overall transportation trends (e.g., autonomous vehicles, manufacturing and buying trends, etc.). The three-day event will also include networking opportunities, two receptions, and a private tour of Nissan North America’s Smyrna manufacturing plant (limited to the first 50 registrants).