Midlands Future Mobility at Cenex-LCV 2018

Connected and Autonomous Vehicle experts from Midlands Future Mobility will be joining colleagues from Meridian Mobility at Cenex-LCV 2018 next week.

Cenex-LCV is the UK’s Premier Low Carbon Vehicle event held at Millbrook, Bedfordshire from 12th-13th September.  There is a technology exhibition split across four floors, seminars led by key experts, networking opportunities and a chance to ‘ride and drive’the latest research and development and commercially available vehicles.

Come along to Hall 3 and find out more about how Midlands Future Mobilitywill be at the heart of the UK’s transport network, making a significant contribution to the UK’s national transport strategy, and playing a crucial role in shaping the transport sector.  It will firmly establish the UK’s presence in the connected and autonomous vehicle market, and contribute to the UK’s Industrial Strategy.

Midlands Future Mobility is developing the infrastructure and environment that will enable the early deployment of new autonomous and connected technologies. By creating a unique set of services, we will enable innovators to bring products to market quicker and for public and private collaborations to shape the transport sector of tomorrow.

Funded by industrial partners and Government we bring together experts from the infrastructure, transport, communications, automotive, local authority, and research sectors.

Set in the heart of automotive innovation in the Midlands, the 50-mile network covers diverse roads, junctions and traffic. Trailing new approaches to data collection, public-and-private partner service provision, and user engagement, we will advance the technology that connects people and goods in new ways.

Midlands Future Mobility will transform the way we experience transport, accelerating technological progress, establishing the UK’s presence in the autonomous vehicle market and driving growth as part of the UK’s Industrial Strategy.

The journey to the future of mobility starts in the Midlands.

Partners in Midlands Future Mobility are WMG, Amey Consulting, AVL, Costain, Coventry University, Horiba Mira, Transport for West Midlands and Wireless Infrastructure Group.

Register for Cenex-LCV 2018 for free here.

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