Still time to register for Cenex 2021 eco and mobility events
Fleets can still register for this week’s Cenex-LCV and Cenex-CAM events, which include a five-day online programme.
It’s the first time that Cenex is hosting a week of activities both physically and virtually. These will cover vital topics in Low Carbon Vehicles and Connected Automated Mobility, with the main event still taking place at UTAC Millbrook, Bedfordshire on Wednesday 22nd to Thursday 23rd September.
Keynote speakers at the Millbrook events include Natasha Robinson, joint head at the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) and David Skipp, director, Ford Mobility. They will be joined by Ian Constance, CEO, Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC), Mark Preston, founder & chief strategy officer, Streetdrone, and Isobel Pastor, head of the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) – one of the event’s sponsors.
The line-up also includes presentations from David Wong, senior technology & innovation manager at the SMMT, Martin Wood, ZEV supply chain specialist at the Department for International Trade and Andreas Kufferath, head of department at Robert Bosch GmbH. Also speaking will be Vincent Mattelaer, FCV specialist, Toyota Motor Europe.
Online sessions for Cenex-LCV include Unlocking the potential of 5G, Hydrogen for Transport and Developing UK Gigafactories. Online event seminars for Cenex-CAM bring a focus on Safety and Cyber Assurance.
For full details of the line-up and to register for online content or the main event, please click here.