Pegmatis to Exhibit in TU-Automotive Detroit 2020 Virtual Tradeshow

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Pegmatis, an elite design center, will exhibit at TU-Automotive Detroit 2020, scheduled to take place Aug. 18-20, 2020. The event will be entirely virtual, live, and OnDemand. Informa Tech Automotive Group is hosting the Summer Festival of Automotive: a season of automotive digital insight, from Webinars to Whitepapers, Intelligence Reports to Interviews.

Pegmatis will discuss its complete end-to-end hardware and software design and development. The company merges these two distinct technology streams to seamlessly roll out to production. 

Pegmatis specializes in the development of connected/IoT products and their associated ecosystem of software assets such as manufacturing test infrastructure, manufacturing and post-manufacturing device-provisioning, mobile, web, or desktop applications, and cloud-based infrastructures. The company’s software development staff works hand-in-hand with its hardware designers, trusted suppliers and partners, and together, they keep abreast of the latest technological advancements. 

A solution provider, Pegmatis manages every aspect of design and development from concept through manufacturing and ensures that projects not only meet the technical specifications but also align with their clients’ strategic objectives and timelines. A true “one-stop-shop”, the company specializes in challenging, complex projects and emerging technologies.

Supported by an incredible engineering team with more than 300 years of accumulated experience including an engineering bench that has worked as a team for decades, Pegmatis offers world-class product design, engineering, and consulting. 



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