They will co-lead a seminar on driver safety discussing the latest products and in which cars they work. “Attendees will learn to identify vehicles lacking factory-optioned safety electronics that create an instant aftermarket opportunity in the market,” says the SEMA roster of events.
The seminar, “Automotive Electronics: Driver Safety Electronics – A Bustling Opportunity for Retailers (AE1),” will be held November 1st from 2:15 to 3:15 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Upper North Hall, N252.
Varick will lead a second seminar, along with SEMA’s VP of Vehicle Technology John Waraniak on accessorizing the vehicles of the future. It will discuss the opportunities and challenges in adding connected car technology and advanced driver assist systems (ADAS) to the 250 million cars already on the road.