DETROIT – Convergence, the automotive electronics conference held every other year in Detroit, is about to fall into new hands. The Society of Automotive Engineers and the Convergence Board of Directors are expected to announce today that SAE will assume full control over the event that debuted in 1974 as a venue for discussions about automotive electronics, a fledgling industry at the time. It has grown from the roughly 300 attendees in 1974 to about 10,000 at October’s ...

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