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CVDC Technology Showcase

last modified Nov 12, 2010 11:55 AM
Announcement of CVDC Technology Showcase

CVDC Announce Opening Speaker for the Technology Showcase 2010

CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom

The CVDC are pleased to announce Professor Brian Collins, Chief Scientific Adviser to the UK Department of Transport, as the opening speaker for the upcoming Technology Showcase 2010. Limited tickets to the event are still available, click here for more information.


CVDC Technology Showcase 2010

volvo concept vehicle

The CVDC is pleased to present a one-day event at MIRA, Nuneaton, UK. Do not miss a unique opportunity to see first-hand the recent advancements in heavy vehicle technology developed by the CVDC. The Technology Showcase will feature exhibits, vehicle demonstrations, project updates and panel discussions relating to heavy goods vehicles and the future of long-combination-vehicles in the UK and Europe. Vehicle demonstrations will include the CVDC’s own actively steered B-Double and Denby Transport Ltd’s ‘Eco-Link’ concept vehicle. New technologies will also be on display from Firestone Industrial Products, Haldex, Arvin Meritor, SimPack, Volvo and Goodyear. Tickets to the event are strictly limited and early registration is highly recommended.

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