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IMechE event to focus on transmission & driveline developments

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Currently offered with a 15% early bird booking discount, the seminar will address transmission and driveline strategies and problems faced by passenger cars, heavy-duty vehicles and off-highway vehicles. 

The event will provide an exclusive opportunity to meet representatives of car OEMs and driveline 
suppliers for on and off-highway heavy vehicles. The increasing capability of electronic control systems has helped to facilitate joint developments of engines, drivelines and gearboxes.

Expert speakers include:

• Mark Stanton, director vehicle engineering, Jaguar Land Rover 

• Jérôme Mortal, chief engineer – transmissions, driveline & powertrain systems, Jaguar Land Rover

• Vladimir Vantsevich, director, vehicle & robotics engineering laboratory, University of Alabama

• Jonathan Horsley, lead technologist – low carbon vehicles innovation platform, Innovate UK

• Jon Hilton, product development & sales director, Torotrak

Topics include

• New requirements for off road capability, performances, NV, fuel economy and weight 

• New concepts not reliant on conventional architecture 

• The latest modelling and simulation technologies 

• Known and novel technologies for passenger car, off-highway and truck sectors 
• CO2 impact for transmission variants and subsystems 

• “Real world” fuel consumption and its impact running up to 2025

• Mobility, energy efficiency and stability of terrain multi-wheel vehicles 
• Unique applications including military trucks, construction equipment and farm tractors

Event bookings are currently being offered with an early bird discount of 15% before 30 November 2014.

Find out more and register at: or contact Event Enquiries on Tel:+44 (0)20 7973 1258
or [email protected]  

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