A showcase of advanced engineering

Killarney’s Electronomous is growing into a fascinating looking-glass into the future of automotive technology

12th May, 2019
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Last week, I spent two days in Killarney at the Electronomous car technology conference, and came away in further awe of the men and women who are shaping our automotive future. Perhaps just as eye-opening was how much of this advanced engineering is being done in Ireland, helping this conference gain in importance every year. The calibre of the speakers reflected that. Notably, Volkswagen AG’s Maik Stephan, executive director corporate strategy, presented his company’s vision...

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