BANGKOK – Due to continued concerns about Covid-19, AsiaBrake 2022 has been scheduled for an all-virtual program on three successive Thursdays in March. The following was the announcement produced by the organizers:
COVID-19 is still the main issue in the world. The incoming of the Omicron variant, which spread out much faster than the Delta one, is the primary concern for traveling in many countries. However, the world is still moving, and actually, it has been moving faster than usual. We cannot stop learning and updating ourselves with the latest knowledge from the industry.
This is why AsiaBrake will organize the Virtual Conference in March 2022. With the same concept of joining the lecture from the renowned researchers with the update from the advanced companies in the industry, we are sure that the audience will benefit from this event.
We will split the event into three small sessions and hold it on Thursday the 10th, 17th, and 24th of March. Each event will be two and a half-hour long, starting from 1:00 PM in Thailand time (GMT +7)
Virtual Event for This Year’s AsiaBrake Conference
We decided to keep the fee at a minimum, only $10 for a three-day session. With such a small investment, you will get access to the lectures from three famous professors, many guest speakers, and update on the new development from the leading companies in the industry.
All the audience will access the online video presentation for 30 days after the event, so do not worry if the event time does not suit you. The audience will also get the download link to all the presentation slides.
Register now by clicking HERE.
AsiaBrake focuses on connecting the brake engineering and commercial brake world. From the start, we focus on giving the necessary knowledge to the various target from engineers, researchers, purchasers, and the sales & marketing team. This concept is why we always include the lecture part in our conference.
Since starting in 2015, AsiaBrake has been recognized as one of the brake world’s leading events. We strive to connect the brake engineering and commercial brake world.