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Ready for Future Transport Propulsion Systems

Ready for Future Transport Propulsion Systems

Hilton Brighton Metropole, Kings Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2FU
17th October 2019, 08:30 – 13:30pm

What is the role for Electric Vehicles in Future Transport Propulsion Systems?

  • Find out about the current electric vehicle (EV) market and growing opportunities for component suppliers
  • Hear from companies who have moved into this market
  • Find out about the support available to help you become part of the EV supply chain

What is the role for Thermal Propulsion Systems and Fuels in Future Transport Propulsion Systems?

Free to attend with breakfast and lunch provided

Agenda:

Time

Session

Speakers

08:30 – 09:30

Arrival, registration, breakfast & networking

All

09:30 – 09:40

Welcome from Chair

Philippa Oldham, Head of National Network Programmes, APC

09:40-10:00

Future Transport Overview

Neville Jackson, Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, Ricardo plc

10:00 – 10:20

The EV Market: growth and opportunities

Simon Garwood, Innovation Manager, WMG SME Group

10:20 – 10:35

Ready for Electrification project

Simon Garwood, Innovation Manager, WMG SME Group

10:35 – 10:50

EV Supply Chain Success Story: Midlands Tool Design Ltd

David Newell, Quality Manager, MTD

10:50-11:20
Break
 

11:20-11:40

Future of Thermal Propulsion Systems and Fuels

Dr Penny Atkins/Prof Robert Morgan, Advanced Engineering Centre, University of Brighton

11:40-12:10

Q&A Panel

All Speakers

12:10-13:30

Lunch and networking

 

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