Cenex plans to dedicate CAM showcase ahead of Cenex-LCV and Cenex-CAM event
Cenex, organisers of the largest UK event dedicated to transport innovation, Cenex-Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) and Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility (CAM), are announcing new details ahead of this year’s much anticipated event.
This year Cenex-CAM, which is now in its 6th year, will have a dedicated showcase area and its own extensive seminar programme to mark the growth in Connected Automated Mobility.
The news follows the milestone 15th anniversary of Cenex-LCV in 2022, which saw a record number of visitors.
Providing a platform for all aspects of CAM – from the latest technological developments to market and policy – Cenex-CAM will have its own focused space within Hall 2 at UTAC Millbrook.
CEO of Cenex, Robert Evans, comments: “Our Cenex-LCV event began showcasing low carbon vehicle innovations and we have seen the technology, policy and market mature and the focus transition to Net Zero.
In parallel, the UK has been establishing itself at the forefront of innovation for Connected Automated Mobility and our Cenex event has provided a platform for providing thought leadership and showcasing technology and policy development for UK and international audiences. The UK CAM community is both capable and ambitious and with so much going on and so much ahead, we have taken the decision to dedicate an entire hall to Cenex-CAM, with an extended supporting seminar programme.”
Cenex-LCV & Cenex-CAM will take place on September 6 and 7 at UTAC Millbrook in Bedfordshire. The mainstays of the event are the extensive technology exhibition, industry-leading speakers taking part in the extensive seminar programmes, and exclusive opportunities to experience the latest vehicles in a motor industry development and test environment.