Cenex <http://www.cenex.co.uk/> released first details of the seminar programme for its 12th annual Cenex-LCV2019 (www.cenex-lcv.co.uk ) event, and its newly launched Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility (CAM) event (www.cenex-cam.co.uk ) which will be co-located at LCV2019. Taking place on 4th and 5th September 2019 at Millbrook in Bedfordshire, this year’s seminar programme includes over 130 presenters from leading organisations in the industry including Aston Martin, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV), Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) and the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV). Registration is free of charge and can be completed at: https://cenex-visitor.reg.buzz/press-release
Cenex-LCV2019 Seminar Programme
This year, the Cenex-LCV2019 event has three streams, two of which cover Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) technology and market themes including LCV propulsion technologies, ULEV Policy and Battery Safety and Legislation. The third stream focuses on Energy for Transport including themes such as Consumers and Smart Charging and Vehicle-to-Grid business case.
Keynote speakers in the LCV seminar streams include Mike Hawes, SMMT; Ian Constance, APC; Tony Harper, Faraday Battery Challenge; Matt Boyle OBE, Driving the Electric Revolution, and Vicky Edmonds, OLEV.
Other organisations presenting include 3M, Aston Martin, Faraday Institute, Horiba-MIRA, Innovate UK, Mahle Powertrain, Intelligent Energy, Warwick Manufacturing Group, Addison Lee, Connected Places Catapult, Lex Autolease, Cummins and DG Cities.
For the Energy for Transport seminar stream, organisations presenting include AVERE, Cenex, Energy UK, the Energy Systems Catapult, Geotab, GIREVE, the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, Nuuve, Octopus Electric Vehicles, TRL and Western Power Distribution.
Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility Seminar Programme
The Cenex-CAM seminar programme covers a broad range of themes including Policy and Regulation, Safety, Verification and Validation and Vehicle Automation.
Keynote speakers include Iain Forbes, CCAV; Kazuhiro Doi, Nissan Motor Company; David Skipp, Ford Motor Company and Daniel Ruiz, Zenzic.
Other organisations represented within the CAM seminar programme include Addison Lee, Applus IDIADA, Aurrigo, Department for Transport, DSpace, Horiba-MIRA, Latent Logic, Millbrook, Oxbotica, Parkopedia, TheFloow, SMMT and Transport for London.
Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex said, “A lot of time and effort has gone into preparing this year’s seminar programme, ensuring our delegates are fully informed about the latest developments and thinking from an industry and government perspective. The industry is undergoing major changes with the government setting Road to Zero and Future Mobility targets. These targets create shared technical and market challenges that are driving innovation.
“Through the expert speakers within the seminar programme, we aim to establish the agenda setting for innovation priorities as well as share learning and outputs from earlier R&D, product development and demonstration.
“We have some fantastic speakers presenting over the two-day event and we are certain that those in attendance will benefit from an increased knowledge and understanding on the most important issues for our industry.”
To keep up to date with Cenex’s 12th Low Carbon Vehicle event, LCV2019, and its new Connected Automated Mobility Event, please visit www.cenex-lcv.co.uk or www.cenex-cam.co.uk , or follow @LCV_event on Twitter.
The LCV event (www.cenex-lcv.co.uk) has established its unique positioning for the low carbon vehicle community as the technology showcasing and networking event. LCV2019 will be the 12th in a series of national low carbon vehicle events run by Cenex.
As the UK’s premier low carbon vehicle event, LCV attracts UK and international visitors. It combines a technology exhibition with broad B2B focus split over three halls; a ride and drive of the latest research and development and commercially available vehicles in a test track environment; facilitated networking activities; and an extensive seminar programme. Each year the event has grown in size, attracting more delegates from business and academia, as well as earning its reputation as the place to meet key contacts from across the low carbon vehicle community. Cenex prides itself on ensuring the decision-makers of the UK industry attend the event, with all major stakeholders, key manufacturers, supply chain representatives, and government officials from the UK present.
About Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility
Cenex will be launching a new event, called Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility (www.cenex-cam.co.uk <http://www.cenex-cam.co.uk/> ), to be co-located with Cenex-LCV2019. Both events will take place on 4th and 5th September at Millbrook Proving Ground. The new Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility event will combine an extensive seminar programme, exhibition and networking activities. As well as static exhibits, the Millbrook venue allows for connected and automated vehicle demonstration under controlled test track conditions.
This new event has been designed with the support of the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV), Innovate UK and the Department for International Trade, and will be extensively promoted to attract a UK and international audience.