The 2019 Future Powertrain conference is being held at the National Motorcycle museum in Solihull from 27-28 February. 

The event brings together industry and academics experts in the powertrain development field. This year, the presentations and discussions will focus on the solutions to the challenges faced by the engineering industry in the UK and internationally over the next ten years.

An exhibition will run alongside the conference content stream. The conference will cover a range of subjects including batteries, emissions, power electronics, regulations, electrifies engines and Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV).

FPC 2019 Seminar Themes

  • 27/2 – 10:30am – 12pm, Faraday Battery Session: Explaining What’s What (machine learning, AI, IOT, predictive control, neural network etc.)
  • 27/2 – 1:30pm – 3pm, Batteries: Emissions 
  • 27/2 – 3:30pm – 5pm, Power Electronics & Electrical Machines: Regulation/Government/Markets 
  • 28/2 – 9:30am – 11am, Off Road & Heavy Duty: Connected & Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) 
  • 28/2 – 11:30am – 1pm, Electrified Engines, Testing & Digital Tools 

Keynote Speakers:

  • Dr Elizabeth Rowsell, Johnson Matthew Technology Centre
  • Simon Reader, Mahle Powertrain LTD
  • Jason King, Integral Powertrain LTD
  • Jeff Pratt, UK Battery Industrialisation Centre
  • Martin Gleich, Powertrain Infineon Technologies AG
  • Prof Martin Williams, King’s College

To book your attendance to this website, please follow the link provided on the right hand side.