How our future will be shaped by autonomous vehicles and what this means for metals suppliers

Thursday 14th September 2023

Theatre :  Made in the UK 

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In this thought-provoking panel discussion, we delve into the transformative impact of autonomous vehicles on our future and explore the significant implications this technological revolution holds for metals suppliers. As the automotive industry accelerates towards autonomy, metals suppliers find themselves at the forefront of this paradigm shift, catering to the evolving demands of this dynamic sector.

Jan Lukaszewski Technical Manager at ALFEDJan Lukaszewski Technical Manager
The Aluminium Federation ALFED
Neil McGregor, Chief Engineer, Vehicle Systems at RicardoNeil McGregor Chief Engineer, Vehicle Systems
Ricardo
Peter Jones, Engineering Knowledge Group Leader for Automotive at Tata SteelPeter Jones Engineering Knowledge Group Leader for Automotive
Tata Steel

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