The AESIN Automotive Electronics Conference has grown year on year and AESIN look forward to welcoming old friends and new to the biggest and best yet. AESIN2016 promises to offer something for everyone in the exciting area of Automotive Electronics.
The conference provides insight into the latest thinking on Automotive Electronics from Industry experts, Government representatives and Academic researchers. Key information will also be provided on how to engage in the latest UK programmes, helping accelerate the automotive revolution underpinned by electronic systems. More than 200 delegates are expected to attend the conference this year, with capacity for over 20 exhibitors.
We have an impressive speaker line-up who will share insights into the thought leadership and trends in automotive technology including Connected Cars, More Electric Powertrains, ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles, Automotive Security and Software among others.
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Read Green Car Guide’s comprehensive report on Cenex LCV2016 as they cover a range of the event's highlights.
Nick Hurd, Minister of State for Climate Change and Industry, at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, will officially open Cenex-LCV2016 on the 14th September. The Minister will give a keynote address at 9:30am in the main plenary, before touring the technology exhibition. The Minister’s responsibilities include Climate Change, as well as Industry and Enterprise, with responsibilities for advanced manufacturing and materials.
The Advanced Propulsion Centre will showcase the UK’s leading academic community’s abilities and look at what lies in the road ahead for the UK automotive industry, at LCV 2016.
Ian Constance, Chief Executive Officer at the Advanced Propulsion Centre, is set to kick off LCV2016 as it celebrates its 9th year. As the UK’s Premier Low Carbon Vehicle Event, LCV attracts UK and international visitors and combines a technology exhibition with broad B2B focus, a Ride & Drive in a test-track environment, networking activities and an extensive seminar programme.
The Automotive and Motorsport Enhanced Collaboration has been developed for over 8 months in consultation with key industry executives, the MIA and the Automotive Council. Following a positive reception from the Auto Council, the project is excited to be featured at LCV 2016: on Stand C104, Hall 1 where innovative showcases of outstanding Motorsport and Automotive collaboration illustrate these very successful partnerships, and at the Workshop Dome on 14th Sept at 14:30 where distinguished guests speak on the value and commercial advantage of collaboration.
This is a call to all OEMs and Tier 1s to come to the seminar and visit the stand to discuss hosting a showcase of Motorsport capability and Motorsport companies to get involved to actively secure the significant potential that collaboration can unlock for both sectors. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity and future initiatives planned for this important programme.
Meet exhibitors who will be at Cenex LCV2016 on 14th & 15th September at Millbrook.
Cenex is proud to announce the seminar programme for its annual Low Carbon Vehicle Event, LCV2016. This year, the seminar programme features double sessions on core LCV themes including propulsion technologies, digital engineering, energy for transport and lightweight materials, as well as Connected and Autonomous Vehicles. New thematic sessions to feature at this year's event include sessions on air quality and automotive electronics. The LCV2016 seminar programme seeks to showcase the latest technology developments and results from research projects, and aims to ask and hopefully answer the question of ‘’What next’’ for technology developments and innovation support.
Set to attract up to 3000 delegates, the event will commence with keynote addresses from Cenex Chairman Brendan Connor; Ian Constance, CEO of Advanced Propulsion Centre UK; Dr Stephan Neugebauer, Chairman of European Road Transport Research Advisory Council (ERTRAC), Chair of the European Green Vehicle Initiative Association (EGVIA) and Director of Manufacturing and Materials at Innovate UK. Other notable speakers and contributors include Automotive Council Technology Group Members; Graham Hoare of Ford Motor Company, Steve Yianni, Transport Systems Catapult and Neville Jackson, Ricardo; Gareth Dunsmore, Nissan; Bart Biebuyck, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking; and Richard Bruce, OLEV.
Innovations in materials are crucial to meeting the demands of the low carbon vehicle industry, such as producing lighter vehicles, improving recyclability, increasing energy storage and maximising the efficiency of critical components.
The Knowledge Transfer Network’s (KTN)Materials Innovation Showcase aims to raise the awareness of grass roots innovation and potentially game-changing technologies being pioneered by UK-based SMEs and micro-enterprises.
Themes to include Connected & Autonomous Vehicles, Aerodynamics, Light-weighting, Automotive Electronics and more
For the first time Cenex invited organisations to submit Expression of Interest (EOI) forms to present at Cenex-LCV2016. A high level of interest in presenting at LCV2016 was experienced and the expression of interest phase has now closed.
The LCV2016 seminar programme has been designed with two aims in mind. First, it seeks to showcase the latest technology developments and results from research projects. The second aim is to look at the future direction for the low carbon vehicle community to ask and hopefully answer the question of ‘What Next?’ for technology developments and innovation support.
LCV2016 will host the following seminar themes:
- Low Carbon Propulsion Technologies
- Ultra-Low Emission Vehicles: Policy and Market Trends
- Vehicle Light-Weighting and Aerodynamics
- The Automotive Council and UK Capabilities Development
- Grants for Research and Development
- Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
- Digital Engineering, Modelling and Simulation
- Design Engineering, Test and Validation
- Advanced Materials
- Automotive Electronics (New to LCV2016)
- High Value Manufacturing (New to LCV2016)
- Energy for Transport: Alternative Fuels and Energy Infrastructure
- Low Carbon Buses
- Low Carbon Commercial Vehicles
- Air Quality and Low Carbon Innovation
Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex says, “This year we have decided to extend our seminar programme by inviting organisations to submit an expression of interest form to present at LCV2016. Every year it is our aim to generate a highly topical and comprehensive seminar programme. By extending the invitation to present, we are hopeful that LCV2016 will bring together some of the best minds in the industry, to educate, inform and engage with the LCV community.”
Cenex-LCV2016 Networking Dinner to feature the Low Carbon Champions Awards for the third consecutive year
The 9th annual Low Carbon Vehicle Event, LCV2016, organised by Cenex, is being held at Millbrook near Bedford in England, on the 14 and 15 September 2016.
The Energy Engineering Magazine’s Low Carbon Vehicle Special Edition show issue for Cenex-LCV2015 is now available.
Britain has become a world leader in low-carbon vehicle research, highlighting the importance of the UK’s automotive sector. This year, in collaboration with our LCV2015 event, Autocar put together a supplement showcasing UK innovation. The supplement explains why our LCV Event matters and looks at some of the sectors latest developments.
LCV2015 Media Partner The Green Car Guide has published its review of Cenex-LCV2015.
The rescheduled 'Sustainable Vehicle Technology' (SVT) Conference, originally entitled 'Beyond Conventional Powertrain' is now taking place on the 10th September, in the seminar dome.
The rescheduled SVT conference includes 17 of the original 26 presenters as confirmed speakers, with the original 2 day format now taking place on 1 day only (10th September).
Following the success of the first LCV Dinner at LCV2014, we are hosting a networking dinner for exhibitors and delegates attending LCV2015. Once again the dinner will feature the LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards.
LCV2015 will include;
- A Materials Innovation Showcase in Hall 2
- A Presentation Zone in Hall 2
- An extended vehicle display area on the Steering Pad
Materials Innovation Showcase
Cenex is pleased to be working with the KTN on a Materials Innovation Showcase within the LCV2015 Exhibition and Seminar Programme.
Organisations exhibiting in the Materials Showcase include;
- KTN Materials and Nanotechnology
- Axion Polymers
- Freno Carbon
- GPF One (Hypertex)
- Magnesium Elekron
- Oxford Advanced Surfaces
Visit the Materials Innovation Showcase and find out how materials technologies can help achieve:
- lighter-weight vehicles
- smart functionalities for efficient vehicle operation
- high power density energy
- lightweight, super-efficient power trains and safety-critical parts
- range extension for electric or hybrid vehicles
- efficient energy storage, charging and discharging regimes
Further details about each of these new features will be announced in April 2015.
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