Inside the March 2023 issue – exclusive preview!

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We’re just a few weeks away from publishing the first issue of Automotive Testing Technology International for 2023. Published four times a year, the magazine reaches an expert audience of over 50,000 industry-relevant readers, working at some of the most influential automotive OEMs and Tier 1 and Tier 2s on some of the sector’s most exciting projects. Reserve your copy now.

The March 2023 issue will include the following exclusive features and special reports:


 Key trends – With heightened awareness of sustainability and an ever-broader mix of technologies to work with, the requirements on vehicle test facilities have never been tougher. How can suppliers stay ahead of the incoming trends?

• Ford ­– The OEM has completed a US$30m rejuvenation of the Advanced Propulsion Laboratory at the company’s UK site. ATTI visits the facility to learn more about the equipment on offer and the difficulties it faced during commissioning;

• IAAPS – It took five years to design and execute: ATTI takes a behind-the-scenes tour of the Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems at the University of Bath;

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Companies are turning  to machines to make sense of the monumental amounts of data they are capturing. How can AI technology help developers to predict patterns and trends?

END-OF-LINE – Industry specialists discuss the latest technologies that are transforming EOL inspection and ensuring precision and reliability of vehicle parts, in an age when there is zero room for error;

UNIVERSITY FOCUS: McMaster Automotive Resource Centre – Technologists at the institute are closing the gap between the real and the virtual worlds of powertrain development utilizing driver-in-the-loop simulators;

HANKOOK – ATTI reports on the new Technoring, which is stated to be Asia’s largest automotive proving ground;

TECH INSIDER: Munro Mk1 – ATTI gets the full scoop on the test regime for the all-electric 4×4 that was built in cooperation with an off-road driver training specialist;

TECH INSIDER: BMW X1 – Engineers had to ensure that the SUV can incorporate a wide variety of powertrains, meaning that the development process was complex;  

TECH INSIDER: Honda Pilot TrailSport – Some of the USA’s toughest environments aided the testing of the four-wheel-drive, as ATTI finds out;  

Q&A – Kentaro Honda, segment chief engineer, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, discusses the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance and how the OEM maintains its own brand spirit;  

THE OFFICIAL AUTOMOTIVE TESTING EXPO INDIA PREVIEW – The best innovations and product launches set to take center stage in Chennai!

Although the publication deadline is only a few weeks away, there is still time to feature your company – the advertising copy deadline is February 21, 2023. 

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With over 20 years experience in editorial management and content creation for multiple, market-leading titles at UKi Media & Events (publisher of Automotive Testing Technology International), one of the UK's fastest growing publishing companies, Anthony has written articles and news covering everything from aircraft, airports and cars, to cruise ships, trains, trucks and even tires!

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