Energy Harvesting in CAV's and EV's
The focus of this event is to identify some of the challenges faced in electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles with powering the remote sensing requirements, and discuss how some of them might be addressed by the use of self powered solutions, drawing their energy from ambient sources such as heat, vibration, light and motion.
Date: Friday 9 February 2018, 10.00-15.00
Venue: WMG Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL
Identify the challenges faced in electric and autonomous vehicles, and the potential Energy Harvesting based solutions
This event, in collaboration with(WMG), is part of a series of activity from the (SIG), run by KTN, to bring together the challenge owners and solution providers in the UK.
The focus of the event is to identify some of the challenges faced inand with powering the remote sensing requirements, and discuss in small groups how some of them might be addressed by the use of self powered solutions, drawing their from ambient sources such as heat, vibration, light and motion.
The event is open to all, and we hope to mix industry users with researchers and solution providers for a lively discussion and identification of needs and solutions.
10.00 Welcome, introductions –, Knowledge Transfer Network
10.10 Overview of the Energy Harvesting SIG
10.20 Overview of WMG’s work in Energy Harvesting for vehicles
10.35 Challenge owner 1
10.55 Challenge Owner 2
11.15 Challenge owner 3
11.35 Break & Networking
11.55 Brainstorm 1
12.40 Feedback from Groups
13.00 Lunch & Networking
13.45 Brainstorm 2
14.30 Feedback from Groups
14.50 Wrap Up and Next Steps