08. 06. 2019 11:06


Cenex-LCV2019 seminar programme highlights the future of low carbon transport

Cenex today released the full 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.

Its largest-ever seminar programme includes more than 140 presenters over the two-days.

The official opening of LCV2019 will include keynote addresses from Dennis Hayter, Chairman, Cenex; Mike Hawes, CEO, Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT); Ian Campbell, Interim Executive Chair, InnovateUK and Hannah Boardman, Director of Advanced Manufacturing, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

Simultaneously, the new Cenex-CAM event will be opened by Iain Forbes, Head of the Centre of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV), Andy Graham, Chair of the ITS-UK Connected Vehicles Forum, Jonathan Eaton, Director of Business Solutions, Millbrook Proving Ground and David Wong, Senior Technology and Innovation Manager, SMMT.

This year sees the release of Cenex’s largest-ever seminar programme which includes over 140 presenters from leading organisations in the industry including the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC), the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), Nissan, China EV100, the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP), Zenzic and more.

Taking place on 4th and 5th September 2019 at Millbrook in Bedfordshire, registration is free of charge and can be completed at: https://cenex-visitor.reg.buzz/press-release.

Cenex seminar programme

Cenex-LCV2019 Seminar Programme

Highlights of the LCV2019 seminar programme include the following sessions:

  • UK Low Carbon Vehicle Innovation: with the Advanced Propulsion Centre, Faraday Battery Challenge and Driving the Electric Revolution
  • Low Carbon Propulsion Technologies: with Mahle Powertrain, Horiba MIRA, Intelligent Energy and Magnomatics
  • Energy for Transport: with the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, Energy Systems Catapult and the LowCVP
  • Learning to-date from real-world V2G projects: with Cenex, InnovateUK, Resourcefully, Ovo Energy, Moixa Group and DriveElectric
  • ULEV Policy and Market Trends: with China EV100, OLEV and Transport Scotland
  • Full day session on Battery Safety and Legislation: with speakers including WMG Warwick University, InnovateUK, UKBIC, Ricardo Energy and Environment, 3M and Jaguar Landrover.


Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility Seminar Programme

Highlights of the Cenex-CAM seminar programme include the following sessions:

  • Driving UK Innovation in CAV: with Ford Motor Company, Zenzic and Thales Group
  • Safety and Cyber Assurance: with Applus Idiada, Roke, Hitachi, Horiba MIRA and Ricardo Energy and Environment
  • Trialling CAVs: with Transport for London, KPMG, Oxbotica, Immense AI, DG Cities and Addison Lee Group, as well as Aurrigo, Nissan, Parkopedia and Map of Ag
  • Policy and Regulation for CAVs: with The Floow, BSI Group, Applus Idiada, Loughborough University and Ricardo.

Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex says: “The UK’s automotive industry is undergoing a seismic shift with innovations in low carbon, connectivity and automation set to revolutionise mobility in the decades ahead. 

“As the Cenex event’s focus on research and innovation, we aim to capture the emerging themes in technology and policy that will shape the solutions for the next generation of vehicles.

“The seminar programme features UK leaders in technology development as well as those shaping policy.  We have aimed to cover the breadth of topics of interest to our audience but also the key emerging themes including technology trials and testing in its various guises from modelling and simulation through to test track and laboratory testing.  

“This year we are featuring safety in both a full day session on Battery and Safety Legislation within the Cenex-LCV seminar programme; as well as in a session on Safety and Cyber Assurance within the Cenex-CAM programme.

“A lot of ground will be covered over the two days at LCV and CAM, so I encourage you to look at the seminar programme beforehand and plan your time accordingly. My team and I look forward to welcoming you to Millbrook Proving Ground next month, for what is sure to be one of the most interesting shows yet.”

To download the full seminar programme please visit: https://www.cenex-lcv.co.uk/seminars

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.



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