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Midlands Future Mobility Freight and Logistics Workshop

Midlands Future Mobility - Freight and Logistics Workshop
Thursday 12th March 2020 | 9.00am - 3.00pm

NAIC Building, Lord Bhattacharyya Way, Coventry CV4 7AL, University of Warwick
Unfortunately this event has been postponed.
We would still very much like to engage with your sector and will look to reschedule the event later in the year. If you had a confirmation for the event you will have first priority for attendance when we reschedule.

Register your place here!

Midlands Future Mobility is a “one-stop-shop” for mobility developers and solution providers. Accelerating design and manufacture of Connected and Automated Mobility technologies.
  • The UK’s, and possibly the World’s largest real-world trial environment for Connected and Automated Mobility products and services
  • An environment of over 300km including campus ‘mini-city’, urban (single and dual-carriageway), rural, and highway (motorway) roads between Birmingham and Coventry
  • Highly connected, with a digital backbone collecting data and supporting trial design and execution

This Freight and Logistics workshop is delivered to you in partnership with NatWest. The workshop will focus on the challenges for freight and logistics companies and strategies that need to be in place to enable connected and automated freight and logistics services.






Breakfast & networking



Welcome from chair

John Fox, WMG


Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) - future business models for freight and logistics services

Natalie Sauber, Arcadis


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

John Fox, WMG


Ask the experts, myth busting session – time to voice your concerns to our panel

Roger Woodman, WMG
Gunwant Dhadyalla, WMG
Safaa Sindi, Coventry University





CAM Technology for commercial vehicles

Bharath Jayakumar, Bosch


Biggest challenges in logistics, distribution and collection for local authorities (incl. safety)

Mike Waters, Transport for West Midlands


Future infrastructure requirements for freight and logistics

David Trousdale, Amey


Lunch and time to consider your challenges



Workshop Discussion:

Part 1 - what are the challenges for freight and logistics, what change strategies need to be in place, how can MFM help support these developments?

Part 2 – ideas for a sizeable scalable demonstrator on the MFM test bed – product concept discussion.



Closing remarks from NatWest

Mark Dodwell, NatWest


Finish and optional tour of WMG


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