Neil McGregor of Ricardo and WorldAutoSteel’s George Coates showcase how steel solutions can address the challenges of developing MaaS vehicles that meet future mobility challenges.
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Ricardo experts share their latest research findings into the efficiency, performance, cost and environmental benefits of powertrain electrification and sustainable liquid fuels.
Ricardo experts share the findings of the PaREGEn project, which demonstrated 15% CO2 emissions reductions with full noxious emissions compliance for D&E class vehicles.
Ricardo’s Paul Etheridge discusses the challenges and opportunities around urban mobility faced by automotive and commercial vehicle industry stakeholders.
Ricardo presents its hydrogen engine and fuel cell system development capability using VPD including TCO, software and advanced control approach.
Ricardo experts present the company’s battery development capability, including thermal management using Virtual Product Development (VPD).
Experts from Ricardo discuss the future emissions challenges and solutions for Euro VII (heavy-duty vehicles) regulations.
Ricardo experts discuss how a connected electronic horizon can improve energy efficiency, enable enhanced assistive controls for greater comfort and smart planning for zero emissions in urban areas.
Experts from Ricardo outline the current landscape of automotive connectivity, and how connected technologies can already be used to deliver vehicle efficiency benefits.
Experts from Ricardo discuss the future emissions challenges and solutions for Euro 7 (passenger car) and Euro VII (heavy-duty vehicles) regulations.
Experts from Ricardo demonstrate the company’s enhanced transmission design toolset and outline a real-world application for hybrid drivelines.
Experts from Ricardo discuss the challenges and opportunities for fuel cell technology in heavy duty commercial vehicles.
Ricardo’s Richard Osborne and Roscoe Sellers discuss how ultra-high efficiency engines can be developed for hybrid applications.
Ricardo’s Joshua Dalby and Richard Gordon present the company’s system optimisation methods utilising an integrated co-simulation approach, known as IMBD.