15th Annual Great Designs in Steel Seminar - May 11
During a press briefing, SMDI presented the 2016 Men and Women of Steel awards to two distinguished honorees who are champions of the use of AHSS.
Steel gives automakers exactly what they need because it is strong, formable, lightweight and affordable.
You want a dependable vehicle that performs no matter where the road takes you and the reliability that only advanced high-strength steel can provide.
Watch as SMDI executives describe how steel meets not only this environmental challenge, but also safety and light weighting challenges–all at the highest value.
Watch as SMDI executives describe how the automotive industry is meeting the lightweighting challenge by using advanced high-strength steel!
4/28/2016 - Talk focused on advantages of steel over alternative materials.
4/20/2016 - The trend toward higher than expected use of AHSS is one indicator of the high value of steel.
2/15/2016 - SMDI's Lawrence W. Kavanagh, agrees with Christopher Grundler, EPA, in recognizing we can't look at auto regulations from "a tailpipe standard-setting point of view."
1/14/2016 - Mike Sweers, chief engineer for the 2016 Toyota Tacoma pickup, said his team turned to steel to improve body and frame rigidity and strength while reducing mass.
1/12/2016 - Awards honor champions for their innovative use of advanced high-strength steel for environmental sustainability.
1/12/2016 - Production emissions are an important environmental consideration because in addition to the widespread adoption of AHSS, OEMs are also considering alternative materials.
11/6/2015 - SMDI's Dave Anderson discusses Current Applications of FutureSteelVehicle Technologies at upcoming FABTECH in guest blog post.
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Laurel Manor Conference Center
REGISTER IS NOW CLOSED!