Category: Events

Aug 13

External Speakers confirmed for G-Active workshop in November

External speakers have now been confirmed for our workshop, “G-Active: Novel Approaches to Energy Management and Eco-Driving”, which will be held at the Boldrewood Campus of the University of Southampton on 14th November 2018 between 11am and 5pm. The workshop discusses novel, multidiciplinary approaches to fuel-saving and emissions reduction for future connected vehicles, including energy management …

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Jun 04

Workshop: Novel Approaches to Energy Management and Eco-Driving

The date and location has now been decided for the second G-Active workshop! The title of the workshop is “G-Active: Novel Approaches to Energy Management and Eco-Driving”, and it will be held at the University of Southampton, Boldrewood Campus on 14th November 2018 between 11am and 5pm. The workshop considers novel, multidisciplinary approaches to fuel …

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Jan 31

G-ACTIVE at The Midlands Intelligent Mobility Conference

On Wednesday 24th January, 2018, the Nottingham Conference Centre hosted The Midlands Intelligent Mobility Conference, a one day workshop. Organised by the IMPART partnership, consisting of University partners, Loughborough, De Montfort, Coventry and Nottingham Trent, and supported by the Transport Systems Catapult, the event aimed to take a critical view on intelligent mobility. The conference …

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Jan 19

[Call for Participants]: Workshop on Eco-Driving and Energy Management Optimisation

Date: 8 February 2018 Time: 10:30 – 16:30                                                                                                                              Venue:  Room 611, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2AZ Info. on: g-active.uk                                                                 Register on: https://goo.gl/AxdfEc Objectives: The workshop focuses on several key technologies related to future intelligent vehicles such as energy management, driver modelling, traffic modelling, and …

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