Researchers will walk the floor at next week's Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress to ask some of the 46,000 attendees a few questions about the future of the event, including whether it should continue to be held at Detroit's Cobo Center. As an organization, SAE wants to keep the congress in Detroit, the epicenter of the auto industry. But some exhibitors are open to a change, especially after last year's suspicious loading dock fire that destroyed shipping crates for some 200 ...

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