KSS RECOGNIZED FOR “BEST BOOTH” AT SAE 2016 WORLD CONGRESS AND EXHIBITION

Sterling Heights, MI April 15th, 2016 – Key Safety Systems (KSS), a leading global supplier of advanced engineered safety products for automotive and non-automotive markets, is pleased to announce the exhibit of Active Safety Products at the SAE 2016 World Congress & Exhibition (April 12-14th) has won “Best Booth” in its category of display space.  KSS’ display was able to articulate the latest integration of advanced safety technologies and automotive personalized protection through live demonstration.

The team, led by Alan Fratarcangeli, Director of Sales, Active Safety Division, was on hand April 14th at Detroit’s Cobo Center to receive the award presented by the SAE 2016 President and Chair of the BOD – Cuneyt Oge.  KSS’ display showcased an array of technologies that will change the way automobiles, passengers, and drivers will interface in the future.  Whether preventing accidents, adapting product performance to crash conditions and occupant state, actuating Instant Safety™ for event protection or alerting emergency services, KSS is committed to saving lives through personalized protection!

“KSS is proud to accept this award as an achievement of KSS’ Active Safety strategy to differentiate ourselves in the realm of personalized protection,” said Joe Klesing, Executive Director, KSS Active Safety Products Division.  “The ability to demonstrate working products to our customers at the SAE 2016 World Congress & Exhibition shows the future of automotive safety is within our reach.”

 

About KSS

Key Safety Systems (KSS) is a global leader in the system integration and performance of safety-critical components to the automotive and non-automotive markets serving the active safety, passive safety and specialty product sectors. Through highly specialized design, development, and manufacturing, KSS’ technology is featured in more than 300 vehicle models produced by over 60 well-diversified customers worldwide. Since commencing business as a United States start-up, serving Detroit auto makers in 1916, KSS continues today with an entrepreneurial and pioneering spirit. KSS is headquartered in Sterling Heights, Michigan, with a global network of 32 sales, engineering, and manufacturing facilities. The company has 5 main technical centers located in the key regions of the Americas, Europe and Asia.

For further information about Key Safety Systems see: http://www.keysafetyinc.com

 

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