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UK and Korean Experts meet to explore key themes in Connected Automated Mobility

Free online event for UK attendees

Cenex is pleased to announce a collaboration with the British Embassy in Seoul and the Korean Society of Automotive Engineers (KSAE), to run a first Korea-UK Connected Automated Mobility conference.

The free-to-attend online event, taking place on the 27th October, has a line-up of expert speakers from Korea and the UK to cover policy and regulation for CAM, as well as CAM technologies and services.

Registration is now open.

The event has been developed to promote bilateral collaboration between Korean and UK policy makers, researchers, developers and entrepreneurs as part of a global effort to accelerate the development and deployment of Connected Automated Mobility.

Headline UK speakers include:

  • Mike Hawes, CEO of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT)
  • Iain Forbes, Head of the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
  • Daniel Ruiz, CEO of Zenzic

Korean speakers include:

  • Jae-Yong Park, Director of External Cooperation, KATECH
  • Seongeun Cho, Head of 5G Smart Platform Development, KT
  • Juyup Kang, Head of Transformation Planning, KIA Motors

The event will be officially opened by Simon Smith, British Ambassador to Seoul.

Robert Evans, CEO, Cenex says “I am grateful for the support of the Korean Ministry of Science and DIT for sponsoring the event, my co-chair, Prof Hong from Seoul National University, for his assistance and support and the joint programme committee, who have helped us to recruit an impressive line-up of speakers.

The programme, which includes 15 expert speaker presentations and 3 panel discussions, straddles the two time zones, so runs between 4am and 12noon UK time (1pm to 9pm Korean Standard Time).

The event will be followed by the Cenex Connected Automated Mobility online conference taking place on the 18th and 19th November.

View the programme flyer