Presentations

Please find all available presentations for the 2015 The Cars of Tomorrow conference.

2015 Presentations

Liveable cities by 2040? The implications…

Professor Chris Ryan, Director Visions and Pathways for Resilient Low-Carbon Australian Cities

 

Future Fuels and Technology: likely scenarios and timelines

Tali Trigg, Transport Energy Analyst, International Energy Agency (France)

 

The Cars of Tomorrow in California – good enough to meet the 2050 climate targets?

John Boesel, President and CEO, CALSTART (US)

 

Speed, Technology and Efficiency – the FIA World Endurance Championship

Garry Connelly, Deputy President, FIA Institute (France)

 

Transport Energy Efficiency – where Australia sits

Henry O’Clery, Director, Future Climate Australia

 

2014 Presentations

The UK Auto Industry – Exploiting Strengths and Creating Value

Professor Neville Jackson, Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, Ricardo Group;
Vice Chair Automotive Council Technology Group, UK

 

Reinventing the Motor Car – The City Mobility Concept BMWI

Volker Richter, Vice President for Customer-Focused Quality Management, BMW Group, Germany

 

The Look and Feel of the Future

Frank Rudolph, Design Manager, GM Design Studio

 

Securing a Place in the Global Supply Chain

Richard Tamba, Senior Vice President of Passenger Car Transmissions, AVL

 

Surviving the Australian Automotive Industry Crisis

Professor Roy Green, Dean, Business School, University of Technology Sydney

 

Advanced Technology in Motor Sport

Garry Connelly, Deputy President, FIA Institute for Motor Sport Safety & Sustainability

 

China – The Driver of Automotive Innovation?

Wing You, Senior Regional Manager, BYD Company Ltd, China

 

Creating Innovation

Scott McKenzie, Program Manager, Victorian Centre for Advanced Materials Manufacturing

2013 Presentations

How the Australian car market is changing

Dr Neil Wong – National Transport Commission

 

The issues that keep global auto executives awake at night

Dr Anup Bandivadekar – The International Council on Clean Transportation
Why motorsport is taking the lead in low emission technology and sustainability

Garry Connelly – FIA Institute for Motor Sport Safety & Sustainability

 

Sustainable fleet programs – just make it happen!

Chris Binns – City of Sydney

 

The Victorian EV trial – progress and new insights

Tom Garrish – Department of Transport (VIC)

Industry  Overview

Jim Walker – AutoCRC

 

Regulatory interventions: successes and failures in other markets

Andy Eastlake – Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (UK)

 

How people behave: Increasing the appeal of new technology

Dr Tom Turrentine – California Energy Commission Plug-in Hybrid Electric and Vehicle Research Centre, UC Davis

 

Stimulating LEV sales in technology

Prof Simon Washington – Queensland University of Technology

 

Communicating with the Motorist

Brian Negus – RACV

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