TU-Automotive Detroit Conference and Exhibition 2019

Jun 04, 2019 08:00AM - Jun 06, 2019 05:00PM
Novi, Michigan


Canadian companies/organizations with a strong automotive R&D/innovation focus for connected and autonomous vehicles are invited to apply for the opportunity to participate as an exhibitor within the Canada Pavilion.  Space is limited and will be confirmed based on the evaluation of the company profile submission.  

Canada’s participation at TU Automotive aims to promote Canada as an innovative automotive R&D powerhouse to OEMs and Tier one suppliers with a presence in the metro Detroit area. The event will provide a venue for Canadian companies to promote their technologies/services within a display area and meet & network with metro Detroit company representatives.  While many factors can impact the level of success of the event, a large Canadian participation and the right individuals sent to represent your respective organizations will contribute towards making this event fruitful for all. 

Participation at TU Automotive will be supported by Anne Cascadden, Trade Commissioner for the Automotive Sector in Detroit.

Program Highlights

Date:  June 4-6, 2019
Location: Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi MI.
Cost:  $1,100 USD per company/organization. All participants will be expected to cover their own travel/accommodation costs. The cost includes one person at the industry networking dinner. 

What We Need From You
  • Confirmation/commitment that your company/organization wants to participate by no later than April 19, 2019. 
  • Your help to disseminate this opportunity to those in Canada you believe meet the requirements and could benefit of this opportunity.

Next Steps

Please download the application form and instructions HERE. 

About the Organizer

Consulate General of Canada in Detroit
The Consulate General of Canada in Detroit (DTROT) has a large focus on the automotive industry. We are located in the heart of the Great Lakes Auto Manufacturing Region. Metro Detroit is home to over 400 major automotive R&D centers and together, Ontario and Michigan account for 26% of North American vehicle production.