UK Automotive Engineering industry heads to NEC Birmingham this November
Building on the success of its inaugural 2012 event, this year’s Automotive Engineering Show at NEC Birmingham on 12-13 November 2013 is set to attract all sides of the UK’s automotive engineering supply chain. Hosted as part of the hugely successful Advanced Engineering UK group of events, the UK’s showpiece event for multiple high value engineering & technology sectors, the 2013 Automotive Engineering Show moves to Hall 5, the NEC’s premier and largest exhibition area.
Representing the UK’s only 100% dedicated show and open conference for Automotive body, chassis, powertrain and supply chain engineering, the Automotive Engineering Show 2013 provides a uniquely tailored ‘showcase’ of specialist UK and international engineering services, design/production technology & specialist parts & component suppliers supporting the UK’s multiple vehicle design, development & production engineering programmes – from Passenger Car, Performance Vehicle, CV, Truck, Motorcycle, Specialist, Low Carbon Vehicle & Engine sectors.
The adjoining ‘Automotive Electronics’ show stream, provides of a parallel showcase of capability supporting auto electronics design and test, manufacturing, assembly, integration, and supply chain programmes, supporting the industry’s drive to new levels of drivability, functionality and efficiency.
60% increase in Automotive show floor exhibitors
For 2013 some 200+ specialist UK & international exhibitors will combine on this year’s Automotive Engineering (and related Auto Electronics) show floor areas, presenting an invaluable sourcing environment for partners & technologies supporting the Body/Chassis, Engine/Transmission, Interior, Exterior, Electrics, Electronics & developing Low Carbon vehicle sectors.
From specialist Automotive-sector Sub-contract Engineering Services to Automotive Raw Materials /Standard Parts & Consumables suppliers, from Design, Development & Styling to Automotive Test, Evaluation & Quality Engineering; from Production Engineering Plant, Equipment, Tooling, Automation & CAE technologies to Tier Components, Parts, Systems & Sub-assemblies providers, the event provides a ‘must attend’ dedicated environment for industry technical & procurement professionals at every stage of the engineering lifecycle – from automotive design & developmental engineering, through to production/assembly/supply chain & integration engineering.
New for 2013 on the Automotive Engineering & Auto Electronics show floor are a whole host of UK and international names including the likes of: Jaguar Land Rover, Stanley Black & Decker (FACOM), Caterham Technology, Cosworth, The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC), Freescale Semiconductor UK, AEL Powertrain Solutions, Scaglia Indeva Ltd, RMIG Nold GmbH, Hamamatsu Photonics UK Ltd, Kistler Instruments, Tektronix UK and many more.
Sit in on a choice of technical & strategic presentations
The 2013 Aero Engineering Show floor will again include an intensive free to attend programme of expert presentations, in partnership with leading industry bodies and companies – providing unmissable sector landscaping and insight into latest technology, capability and innovations in design, materials, testing, manufacturing and processes. Just some of the stakeholder headline organisations supporting this year’s 2 day open conference programme the likes of MIRA, the Niche Vehicle Network, CPI, Jaguar Land Rover, Romax Technology, UKTI, Prodrive, Engineering Integrity Society, Siemens Automotive, Briggs Automotive Company, Motorsport Industry Association, Aluminium Federation, IHS Automotive, IDTechX and others.
Headline speakers this year include the likes of Matt Neal, three times British Touring Car Champion with Honda Yuasa Works, Alan Edwards, Senior Purchasing Manager for Jaguar Land Rover, Antony Harper, Head of Research, Jaguar Land Rover, Bernard Porter, Director – Low Carbon Vehicles Programmes, Coventry University, Oliver Webb, Development Driver, Briggs Automotive Company (BAC), Barry James, Chief Technical Officer – Drivetrain, Romax Technology, Jürgen Nolde, Global Head of Automotive, Siemens Automotive and Ireri Ibarra, Chief Engineer - Functional Safety, MIRA Ltd. Some 200+ speakers and 60 hours of parallel presentations across the automotive and related composites, electronics, aerospace and general ‘advanced engineering’ themes will be hosted - attendees showed check website for latest updates.
Low Carbon Vehicle Engineering
Low carbon vehicle engineering is at the heart of the 2013 event with a wealth exhibited technology and capability across the show floor, supported by both open conference sessions and supporting static exhibit displays, from the likes of Jaguar Land Rover, WMG, Libralato, Drayson Racing Technologies, Caged Laser Engineering/ Ariel Motor Company, Axon Automotive, Microcab Industries/Coventry University, Motorsport Industry Association and much more.
1 badge, five shows – under one roof
The integration of the Automotive Engineering and Auto Electronics shows , as part of Advanced Engineering UK group of events, with other leading industry events – including the ‘Composites Engineering Show’, ‘Aero Engineering Show’ and ‘Printable Electronics for Industry’ provides the opportunity for attendees to gain access to the widest range of technology, supplier and partner options across the ’advanced engineering & technology ’ landscape. Some 600+ exhibitors will combine across the co-locating show floor areas, under one giant roof.
Pre-register now for your free entry badge – to all shows and 2 day open conference programmes at www.ukautoengineering.com