2014 SEMA Product Development Expo


Fueled by the SEMA Garage, the 2014 Product Development Expo will take place Thursday, April 10, at the SEMA Garage - Industry Innovations Center in Diamond Bar, California.

The one-day event is designed to expose and educate the industry on the latest product development tools, technologies and resources available through SEMA and the industry. Guests will get an insider's tour of the new garage and witness live demonstrations on tools and resources, including:

  • Custom scanning
  • Installation Center
  • Media Center
  • 3D printing and rapid prototyping
  • Emissions lab and dyno services

The 2014 Product Development Expo will also feature several timely and relevant presentations, including:

  • SEMA-Clemson Performance Product Development, presented by John Waraniak, SEMA vice president of vehicle technology; Dr. Paul Venhovens, BMW endowed chair in automotive systems integration, CU-ICAR; and Stuart Reed, chairman, transportation design, Art Center College of Design.
  • Connected Vehicle Technology and Automotive Apps Opportunities, moderated by John Waraniak, SEMA vice president of vehicle technology; guest speakers: Danny Shapiro, director of automotive, NVIDIA; Jake Sigal, CEO and co-founder of Livio; Todd Petersen, chief innovation officer, MSD Performance; Ford OpenXC: John Ellis, Global Technologies, and head of the Ford Developer Program.

In addition, the Expo will highlight emissions testing, regulations and best practices, and feature a closing networking reception. For more details and to pre-register, please contact SEMA Education Director Zane Clark at 909-978-6743.


Timezone: PDTFacility: SEMA Garage – Industry Innovations CenterFacility 2: 1577 S. Valley Vista Dr. City: Diamond BarState: CaliforniaCountry: U.S.Sponsors: SEMAPhone: (909) 978-6743Contact: Zane Clark, SEMA Education DirectorWebsite: Register NowDate: Thursday, April 10, 2014 - 8:30am to 6:30pmRate this article:  Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5 No votes yet