Mass reduction and lightweighting vehicles is a huge challenge that consists of large complex teams working on separate elements to achieve the same goal. This highlights the need for collaboration, and to gain an understanding of every aspect from mass planning, cost reduction, design, materials selection and engineering.
Understanding this, the format of the Future Light Automotive Summit is designed to drive value through the power of discussion, leaning on mass reduction and lightweighting experts to structure separate conversations and lead them according to the objectives of the participants. This allows discussion to flow more seamlessly and create an opportunity to work through current problems by using the collective experience, not just from the facilitator, but all participants who have varying backgrounds and skills sets. Please view the agenda here.
Senior decision makers are attending from:
McLaren Automotive, Groupe PSA, Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan, Grove Hydrogen Automotive, Ford Motor Company, Pininfarina Automobili, Advanced Propulsion Centre, Composites UK, Composites Leadership Forum, Atlas Copco, Cranfield University, LEVC, TRB Lightweight Structures, Aston Martin Lagonda, NIO, Toyota, Ferrari, Warwick University, Northumbria University, Maserati, Bentley Motors, Plus many more...
We have free tickets to offer those working in Automotive OEMs to attend the event on 19 November 2019. To claim a ticket simply email the Event manager Richard Jones with your company, job title, email address and we can sign you up for the pass.
Each pass gives you access to:
- Keynote presentations focused on macro issues and the future of the industry
- Thirty roundtable discussions to choose from with six different opportunities throughout the day
- Five different themes throughout the day
- Five pre-scheduled face-to-face meetings between vendors and delegates open to every attendee
- Breakfast on entry
- Full buffet lunch
- Networking drinks reception
If you provide products or solutions to the Automotive Industry unfortunately free passes are not open to you, however please still send an email to Richard Jones and discuss how best to get you in front of the conference audience either through 1-2-1 meetings, hosting roundtables or perhaps plenary presentations.