Stimulating debate from automotive leaders to take centre stage on UK Government Pavilion

  • UK Government Pavilion to host Future of Technology Series at the Low Carbon Vehicle Show 2019
  • 30 inspirational and thought-provoking short talks to take place over the two-day event from automotive industry leaders – including Williams Advanced Engineering, Zero Carbon Futures, Ford and many more
  • Talks expected to illuminate some of the challenges and opportunities facing the global automotive industry

30 thought-provoking and inspirational short talks from some of the most influential and creative minds in the UK automotive industry will take centre stage for the first time on the UK Government Pavilion at this year’s Low Carbon Vehicle Show (LCV2019).

Managed by the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC), the Future of Technology Series is designed to challenge the way the automotive industry thinks and spark debate around a number of topics and issues that will define the industry and shape our society in the future.

Ian Constance, CEO, explains:

Previous Future of Technology talks have proved so popular that we have taken the decision to promote them to centre stage for this year’s LCV Show. The presentations and agenda will be fast-paced and quick-fire, ideal for those visiting the show who already have a busy schedule. Furthermore, the challenging topics being discussed are sure to lead to some lively debate and will help add further value to the show.

The 10-minute talks, which will take place on the UK Government Pavilion in Hall 3 Stand C3112, will be free to attend for anyone visiting LCV2019 on both days (4th and 5th September). There is no need to book a place, delegates can turn up to the session or talk they are interested in. Spaces are limited though and allocated on a first-come-first-served basis so event organisers advise visitors to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Among those presenting ideas in the series will be representatives from the likes of Williams Advanced Engineering, Ford, Zero Carbon Futures and many more thought-leaders from both industry and academia.