The autonomous, connected, electric revolution - disrupt, or be disrupted
Inspired by the life and work of
Sir Frederick Henry Royce
21 November 2018 | IET London: Savoy Place
Disrupt, or be disrupted
The automotive industry is changing at an unprecedented rate.
Every engineer will see more change in the next five years than we have in the last 50 years.
Now, more than ever, we need to embrace our technical curiosity to find innovative, efficient solutions to problems we never imagined we would have to solve.
The UK has a legacy of innovation – with investment and skills we can move beyond innovation and become the world-leader in the application of new Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared (ACES) technologies:
- How can we use autonomous technologies to remove fatigue and make travel more enjoyable?
- With the use of higher levels of software than ever before, how can we enable a car to become a seamless, connected, intelligent ‘device’?
- How can the UK become a world-leader in the development, design and manufacture of efficient, high-performing batteries? Is there still a place for internal combustion engines?
- What more can we innovate in a shared economy for a car to truly make people’s lives better, not just take them from A-B?
Engineers and scientists have a once in a lifetime opportunity take on this challenge and pioneer the disruption in the new industrial revolution.
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18:00 - Registration
18:30 - Insight talk
18:45 - Start of EngTalk
20:00 - Drinks reception
21:00 - Close
Do you have some exciting relevant technology, projects or innovative materials that you would like to showcase to fellow guests at our EngTalks?
We have the perfect opportunity for you.
A number of table tops will be available at no cost for select organisations to showcase interesting developments in this area.
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