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6th International Conference and Exhibition on Automobile & Mechanical Engineering


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Greetings from Automobile Europe 2019..!!

We take great pleasure in inviting your esteemed self to “6th International Conference and Exhibition on Automobile & Mechanical Engineering” (Automobile Europe 2019) scheduled during July 08-09, 2019 in the city of Zurich, Switzerland to join us as an Speaker/Exhibitor and share your experiences to enlighten esteemed personalities and researchers by attending the conference.

Conference Topics: - Automotive Engine, Mechanical Engineering, Automotive vehicles and design technologies, Automotive Industry, Automotive Ergonomics, Mechanical Design & Manufacturing Noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) in Automobiles, Automobile Pollution and Control Management, Emerging Trends in Automotive Engineering, Robotics and Automation, Fuel Economy, Alternate Energy Sources, Vehicular Automation and Automatic Driving, Automotive Electronics, Tire Science and Technology, Braking System, Automotive Safety, Automotive cyber Security, Automotive Testing

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People from Industries, research institutes, academic universities, associations and societies will be attending. Your presence will definitely have positive impact on their future ventures and innovations.

For more details: https://automobile.expertconferences.org/

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James Riley
automobileeurope@engineeringspeakerexpert.org

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