Research, engineering and testing company Horiba MIRA is to demonstrate its capabilities including test and validation services, at the Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) 2015 event.
 
The day will enable Horiba MIRA to showcase its low carbon vehicle projects and how it supports its partners and clients from concept stage to product validation and test, including optimised powertrain systems, thermal management systems and weight reduction.
 
The company will also be demonstrating its work in developing a range of low carbon technologies ranging from scalable modular battery and battery management systems to new energy vectors including the generation of hydrogen on-demand and liquid air technologies.
 
During the course of the event Horiba MIRA will also be providing insight into its work on intelligent and connected vehicles.

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HORIBA MIRA – a world-leader in advanced engineering, research and product testing - is to demonstrate its capabilities in low carbon vehicle engineering and consultancy, including test and validation services, at the Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) 2015 Event.

Taking place 9-10 September, the event will enable HORIBA MIRA to showcase its low carbon vehicle projects, and how it supports its partners and clients from the concept stage to product validation and test, including optimised powertrain systems, thermal management systems, weight reduction and aerodynamic optimisation.

HORIBA MIRA will be demonstrating its work in developing a range of low carbon technologies ranging from scalable modular battery and Battery Management Systems to new energy vectors including the generation of hydrogen on-demand and liquid air technologies.

During the course of the event HORIBA MIRA will also be providing insight into its work on Intelligent and Connected Vehicles and the impact these rapidly evolving technologies will have on the road transport sector. Dr. Geoff Davis, Chief Commercial and Technical Officer, will be presenting: “Connected vehicle technology – Its impact and the opportunities” during the show which delegates will be able to attend.

Chris Reeves, Commercial Manager - Intelligent Mobility & Future Transport Technologies, will be representing HORIBA MIRA alongside Dr. Geoff Davis and other colleagues at LCV 2015 and will be present to discuss with delegates how HORIBA MIRA can support projects from the concept and preproduction phase all the way through post launch support.

Chris comments: “We’ve been attending and showcasing at LCV for many years and every year brings bigger and more exciting developments in the sector. It’s a key point on our calendar as we’re able to help raise awareness for how the UK is paving the way in low carbon vehicle technology research and development and pulling technology through to products that are addressing sustainability challenges.

“HORIBA MIRA is developing smart technologies that will meet the global challenges for competitive and sustainable low carbon vehicles. Around the globe, pressure to reduce emissions and improve efficiency is mounting and we have the expertise to help you develop key low carbon vehicle technologies.

“Meeting the low carbon vehicle engineering challenge is at the core of our research programmes and is integrated across the entire vehicle engineering process.”

Original source: Horiba MIRA