The reports and papers below are available to download:
Within the presentation above, Professor Neville Jackson sets out the common research agenda needed to deliver the consensus OEM roadmap and reports back on the in-depth industry consultation which was carried out to establish the wider R&D capability in the UK using a survey and workshops.
The presentation also outlines the five priority R&D areas identified through the research which are as follows:
• Internal Combustion Engines
• Electric machines and power electronics
• Lightweight vehicle and powertrain structures
• Intelligent Transport Systems
• Energy storage and energy management
The download above represents a guide to recognised stages of development within the automotive industry. It has been created by the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP), in association with the Automotive Council, the Technology Strategy Board and the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). It draws on established practices for defining technology development, helping to sustain and develop industrial capability and position the UK as a leader in low and ultra-low carbon vehicle technologies.
Intelligent Mobility: A National Need?
UK OEM Consensus Passenger Car Technology Roadmap
Commercial Vehicle and Off-highway Low Carbon Technology Roadmap
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