WEVTU provides selected coverage of this year's Convergence 2000, a conference to facilitate ongoing cooperation between the automotive and electronics industries. Convergence has taken place biannually since 1974. DETROIT — As evidenced by the provocative presentations in the “Distractions: Minimum; Attractions: Maximum” technical session at Convergence 2000 here in mid-October, automobile and electronics makers are far from ambivalent — or unknowledgeable — about the potential ...
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