Cenex today launched visitor registration for its Cenex-LCV and Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility (CAM) events. Taking place on 4th and 5th September 2019 at Millbrook in Bedfordshire, this will be Cenex’s 12th annual LCV event and first CAM event, which will be co-located at Cenex-LCV. Registration to attend both events is free of charge and visitors only need to register once to be granted access to both events. Registration can be completed here: https://cenex-visitor.reg.buzz/cam-website This is the first year that Cenex will be hosting a co-located event. There has been a steady increase in the presence of connected and autonomous vehicles at the LCV event over the years, with last year seeing the launch of a CAV Showcase. As this attracted a high-level of engagement throughout, it seemed like a natural progression to launch a dedicated CAV Event, to satisfy growing interest and demand from the Cenex-LCV audience.
Visitors only need to complete one registration form on either the Cenex-LCV or Cenex-CAM websites, and this will grant access to both of the events. Key features of Cenex-LCV2019 include: • Technology exhibition (close to being sold out) • Extensive seminar programme • Facilitated networking with the low carbon community • Ride & drive of the latest research & development and commercially available vehicles
Key Features of Cenex-CAM include: • A dedicated exhibition & seminar area co-located with Cenex-LCV • 6 seminar sessions over 2 days in a 150+ seated seminar hall • Dedicated networking area • Test Ride hosting options available
Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex says, “We are really pleased to open visitor registration for the Cenex-LCV and Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility Events. For the first time this year we are bringing the two events together as a co-located event. This helps cement our early September get together as the UK’s premier event for the motor industry community and is sure to include many new innovations. The registration process includes the opportunity for visitors to express their areas of interest and this helps us shape the balance of the seminar content to best reflect our visitors’ key areas of interest.”