Tech Session Preview
Orlando, Fla. – Since its founding in 1905, the SAE International has been in the forefront of setting the engineering standards for the mobility industry. Tuesday morning at the Colloquium a panel representing a cross section of industry experts will look at how to improve the efficiency of developing, refining and meeting these criteria during the SAE Standards Update Technical Presentations with Panel Discussion.
The panel will address the most critical brake-related standards being developed via SAE committees in the areas of NVH, linings, hydraulics, fluids, steering and dynamometer in short presentations. One area for coverage is an attempt to streamline the entire process by making the standards – and meeting them – more efficient (which means working on inter-committee communication). The bulk of the session will be responses to – and discussion generated by – questions from the attendees.
Tim Duncan organized the program which includes a panel of: Carlos Agudelo, Link Engineering; David Antanaitis, General Motors; Eric Denys, Meneta Advanced Shim Technology A/S; Chuck Greening, Greening Inc.; Richard Kaatz, KBautosys Co. Ltd., and Mark Riefe, Matthew Robere, General Motors.