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LCV2015 Central Bedfordshire

The UK’s Premier Low Carbon Vehicle Event opens in Millbrook

Wednesday, 09 September 2015

Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies has launched its showcase event at Millbrook, Central Bedfordshire today. 
LCV2015 is a free-to-attend event that explores the latest research, technology developments and early market deployment for low carbon vehicle technologies, through a combination of exhibitions, a comprehensive seminar programme and a ‘Ride & Drive’ where delegates can try out cutting edge solutions for themselves. Set to attract more than 2,500 delegates, LCV2015 will take place in Millbrook on 9th - 10th September 2015.
The Intelligent Mobility seminar takes place on Day 2 (10th September). It features a host of prominent speakers including Steve Yianni, Transport Systems Catapult; Iain Forbes, Department for Transport; Dr Geoff Davis, HORIBA MIRA Ltd; Prof. Nick Reed, TRL and Martin Green, Visteon Corporation. 
Topics to be covered include the UK’s autonomous vehicle projects, as well as the Connected Corridor project launched by the UK’s Automotive Electronics Innovation Network, that will demonstrate the possibilities for novel services and business models when a car is reliably connected to a mobile wireless communications network.
Of particular interest to delegates concerned with Intelligent Mobility is a session devoted to Transport Systems Catapult’s wide ranging survey ‘Traveller Needs’. Speakers in the session include Dr Nick Knorr and Jamie Chan-Prensley, Transport Systems Catapult and Phillip Schartau, Customer Value Associates.
View the full seminar programme.
To keep up to speed with Cenex’s eighth Low Carbon Vehicle event, LCV2015, visit, or follow @LCV_event on Twitter.


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