Cenex CAM 2021

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Starts 22 Sep 09:00

Ends 23 Sep 17:00

Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility (Cenex-CAM) moving beyond Low Carbon Vehicles


Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility (Cenex-CAM) started in 2019, after building on 3 prior years of exhibition and seminar programme showcasing for Connected Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) technology and projects. This event is co-located with Cenex-LCV and run by Cenex with assistance from Supporting Partners including; Centre for Connected & Autonomous Vehicles, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, Department for International Trade, Automotive Council UK, Innovate UK, UTAC Millbrook Proving Ground, SMMT, Connected Places Catapult, Zenzic.

Cenex-CAM incorporates four key features:

  • Technology Exhibition co-located with Cenex-LCV
  • Extensive Seminar Programme
  • Dedicated Networking Area
  • Test Rides available

Technology Exhibition

The Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility event includes a dedicated technology exhibition, which provides exhibitors with the opportunity to display the latest research and technology development.

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Our seminars look at the future direction for the low carbon vehicle community to address 'What Next?' questions for technology and market developments.

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Agenda Highlights

Unlocking the potential of 5G - Online Day 1 - 20th September 2021 – Online – 14:00-15:15

  • How 5G Connected and Automated Logistics (CAL) Pilot is Helping to Accelerate the Deployment of Zero Emission Automated Technologies in the Industrial Logistics Space.
  • How 5G connectivity will Revolutionise CAVs: Supporting the Test and Development of New In-Vehicle 5G Connectivity Use Cases.
  • How a City Scale 5G Testbed is Supporting Development, Growth and Mobility in Milton Keynes
  • What Evidence is there that 5G can Contribute to a Transport Carbon Neutral Future?

Speakers representing the following 5G Testbed & Trials Projects: