London – The Future Tire Conference will be held 28-29 October in Brussels, and will feature some of the big names in the industry.
The programme will include a variety of topics and speakers:
“The Smart City: How the city of the future impacts on the car of the future and the future tire.” David Hilton, director, motorcityeurope.com.
“An insight into the long-term automotive landscape: Trends and market outlook; changes to car specifications, development and design space.” Tom De Vleesschauwer, director of long term planning & sustainability, IHS.
“The Mono a unique supercar design that relies on bespoke tire requirements.” Neill Briggs, technical director, Briggs Automotive Company Ltd.
“The Industry’s Greenest Tire.” Alan Barton, CEO, Lehigh Technologies
“Tire Track Concept – a new standard in performance; bringing together traditional pneumatic tires and rubber tracks.” Rudolf Macak, head of R&D, Mitas Tyres.
“Tire labelling: what have we learned so far? Review of progress by the 28 member states.” Martina Shchuryk, senior manager government affairs EMEA, Goodyear Dunlop Tires SA.
There will also be a panel discussion chaired by David Hilton focussing on 'what is possible and what is coming' with speaker and audience participation.
A full list of topics and speakers can be found at the Future Tire Conference website.
The Future Tire Conference is organised by Crain Communications. ERJ is one of the magazines published by this company.
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