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Upcoming events from IMechE - LowCVP member discounts

Thu 20 April 2017 | Back to news list

LowCVP members will receive discounts to attend any of three upcoming events run by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers covering vehicle thermal management systems, real driving emissions and developments in transmission and driveline technology. 

 Vehicle Thermal Management Systems  17-18 May 2017, London, UK

VTMS 13 (17-18 May, London) is dedicated to discussing the latest international developments in Vehicle Thermal Management Systems. In order to reduce emissions and make all vehicles more efficient, the event will showcase the latest research and technological advances in heat transfer, energy management, thermal comfort and the efficient integration and control of all thermal systems within the vehicle.

Real Driving Emissions: Adapting to changing regulation  23 May 2017, Birmingham, UK

Get ready for the incoming change with Real Driving Emissions (RDE) package 3 testing, with guidance from automotive thought leaders at our seminar taking place on 23 May in Birmingham. Hear from the Department for Transport and industry specialists in emissions testing to help you remain compliant with changing regulation. Address the technical challenges in adapting procedure and equipment to new standards, and the role that emissions testing procedure plays in this. Understand best practice on developing reports from data and how this is used. 

Developments in Transmission and Driveline Technology 13 June 2017, Birmingham, UK

The Developments in Transmission and Driveline Technology seminar will detail the latest efforts being made from key OEMs and Tier 1 manufacturers to make on and off-highway vehicles more efficient. The progamme will cover innovations in hybrid, electrification and CVT technology across the automotive industry for bus, HGV, taxi and tractor transmissions. Furthermore, gain an all-round perspective of the industry trends on topics including fuel economy, emissions reduction and improving driveability.

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