Conference 2018

The AESIN Annual Conference 2nd October 2018

Key Themes

  • ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles

  • Automotive Security

  • Communications for V2X

  • More Electric Powertrain

  • Research & Development

  • Software

Sponsors and Partners

Keynote Speaker

We are delighted announced our first Keynote Speaker at the AESIN Conference 2018 will be:

Rob Millar
Head of Electrical

Rob will be presenting on “F1 – Counter-Intuitive Test Bed for the Autonomous Car?”. Rob’s presentation will focus on an exploration of the technologies relevant to autonomous vehicles – whether and how F1 technology addresses them.

Call For Papers

The AESIN Conference 2018 Call for Papers is NOW OPEN. This year we are welcoming abstracts on the following themes:

  • ADAS & AV
  • Automotive Security
  • Communications for V2X
  • More Electric Powertrain
  • Software
  • Research & Development

The Deadline to submit your abstract is Friday 11th May 2018 at 6pm.

Click on the link below to submit an abstract to be considered for the conference. A Guidance Document can also be found below. If you have any questions or problems, please contact Rachel Palmer.

Conference Networking Dinner

This year we will once again run the popular Conference Networking Dinner at the end of the formal conference talks, helping to maximise the potential for networking across Industry, Government and Academia in one place at one time. The Networking Dinner will take place on the evening of Tuesday 2nd October in the Ballacraine Suite at the National Motorcycle Museum. The dinner will be preceded by a Drinks Reception.

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Conference Logistics

About AESIN 2018

We are delighted to announce the AESIN Conference 2018, building on its success in previous years and now being established as the premier UK Automotive Electronics Conference. Now in its sixth year, AESIN is becoming established as an active specialist group to facilitate world-beating Electronic Systems (ES) market leaders from a UK base. Aligned with the UK Automotive Council strategy, AESIN aims to accelerate UK derived ES innovation into automotive markets through collaborative project based work.

Along with headline keynotes from Industry and updates from Government, there will also be parallel technical tracks covering the six key workstream areas covered by AESIN;

  • ADAS & AV
  • Automotive Security
  • Communications for V2X
  • More Electric Powertrain
  • Software
  • Research & Development

An exhibition will complement the conference track, providing space for exhibitors.

This year we will once again run the popular Conference Networking Dinner at the end of the formal conference talks, helping to maximise the potential for networking across Industry, Government and Academia in one place at one time.

Tickets

Super Early Bird Ticket Prices

AESIN Member Conference Only Ticket – £105
AESIN Member Conference & Dinner Ticket – £150
Non-Member Conference Only Ticket – £175
Non-Member Conference & Dinner Ticket – £215

Academic Ticket Prices

Academic Conference Only Ticket – £135
Academic Conference & Dinner Ticket – £170

*Academic Tickets are available for attendees from university’s with a university email address

Dinner Only Ticket Prices

AESIN Member Dinner Only Ticket – £60
Non-Member Dinner Only Ticket – £80

*Super Early Bird Tickets are available until 6pm on Monday 30th April
**Prices are exclusive of VAT


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Agenda

The AESIN Conference 2018 agenda will be coming soon!

Speakers

Rob Millar, Williams Advanced Engineering

Rob Millar is Head of Electrical at Williams Advanced Engineering, the technology and engineering services business of the Williams Group. Williams Advanced Engineering provides world class innovation in engineering and technology, operational performance, testing and manufacturing services, working in a range of sectors including Automotive, Motorsport, Civil Aerospace, Defence, Healthcare, Sports Science and Energy.

Rob started his career as an electronics engineer, working on automotive body control systems, before moving into an electrical integration role in automotive systems with TWR Engineering in 1992. In 2004, he took a step towards the electrification of vehicles by founding his own company which developed electronic systems for Modec, Tata and Daimler vehicles amongst others. Having first worked with Williams in 2010 in delivering the Jaguar C-X75 project he joined the company in 2016 to deliver its long-term innovative plans for batteries and electronics.


Call For Papers

The AESIN Conference 2018 Call for Papers is NOW OPEN. This year we are welcoming abstracts on the following themes:

  • ADAS & AV
  • Automotive Security
  • Communications for V2X
  • More Electric Powertrain
  • Software
  • Research & Development

The Deadline to submit your abstract is Friday 11th May 2018 at 6pm.

Click on the link below to submit an abstract to be considered for the conference. A Guidance Document can be downloaded HERE.
If you have any questions or problems, please contact Rachel Palmer.

Sponsors and Partners

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Download the AESIN Conference 2018 Sponsorship Guide Here.

For more information on AESIN Conference 2018 Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact Rachel Palmer. 

Venue & Travel Information

The AESIN Conference 2018 will take place at the National Motorcycle Museum, Coventry Road, Bickenhill, Solihull, B92 0EJ.

Getting to the National Motorcycle Museum

By Road

The National Motorcycle Museum is located directly on the J6 island of the M42 motorway, directly opposite the NEC near Solihull in the West Midlands. Once you are on the A45 and in the vicinity of the NEC and Airport, please look for our highway brown signs.

Sat Nav postcode is B92 0ED, however please follow brown signage when in the near vicinity.

Car Parking-

You can park your car, motorcycle, van or motorhome for free in the Museum car parks which are situated on site.  We also have overflow car parks for busy event days. There are designated car park spaces for disabled visitors near to the Museum entrance.

Visitors driving motorhomes or towing caravans can park their vehicles in the large overflow car park which has plenty of manoeuvring space. There are no height restrictions entering or leaving the site.

By Public Transport

By Bus-

The nearest convenient bus stops are situated at Birmingham International railway station or at Birmingham International airport. Both of these transport hubs which are only a very short taxi journey from the Museum. For more details see jp.networkwestmidlands.com

By Rail-

The nearest main line station is Birmingham International which also serves Birmingham Airport, the NEC & the Museum. There is a taxi rank at the station with a journey time of less than 5 minutes to the Museum.

Birmingham International station is well served via Birmingham New Street Station which in turn has regular services from both London and all major UK cities. See www.nationalrail.co.uk

By Air

Birmingham International Airport is situated very close to the Museum and is served by all the major European airlines.  There is a taxi rank at the airport with a journey time of less than 5 minutes to the Museum. For more details of air travel to Birmingham international airport see www.birminghamairport.co.uk

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