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Midlands Future Mobility Event

Midlands Future Mobility Event
12th November 2019

NAIC, Lord Bhattacharyya Way, University of Warwick, CV4 7AL

Midlands Future Mobility will be a real-world ecosystem for Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) technology development. We will act as the springboard for scalable, future mobility technologies and services. The journeys of tomorrow start here today, for the benefit of society and business as part of the UK’s National Strategy.

Find out more about how you can work with MFM, from initial virtual development, to real-world trials and market deployment by registering your place below.

Midlands Future Mobility (MFM) are officially launching their services on Tuesday 12th November at the University of Warwick. Supported by the consortium, the day will include networking opportunities, insightful speaker sessions, Q&A and a tour of WMG's 3xD simulator.

Led by WMG, University of Warwick, the consortium includes: Zenzic, Highways England, Wireless Infrastructure Group, Costain, TfWM, AVL, Horiba MIRA, Amey Consulting and Coventry University.






Breakfast and Networking




Professor Paul Jennings, WMG


Midlands Future Mobility (MFM) and the journeys of tomorrow – find out how you can work with MFM from initial virtual development, to real-world trials and market deployment

John Fox, WMG


Why the Midlands?

Councillor O'Boyle

Mike Waters, TfWM


Testbed UK: world class testing capabilities for CAM



Panel Q&A



3xD Simulator tour

Gunny Dhadyalla, WMG


Workshop: how MFM can address challenges identified in the UK Connected and Automated Mobility Roadmap to 2030.

Zenzic Roadmap Report 2019

Facilitated by MFM


Lunch and Networking




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