Wednesday 9th November 2016
Dartford, DA1 5FW
Inspired thinker Ugo Pavesi, Nuclear Engineer and Managing Director, Transfluid (Italy) will launch the 1st in a series of National Maritime - MIT Technical Talks
Join us for the 1st in the series of National Maritime technical talks delivered in partnership with Marine & Industrial Transmissions Limited, suppliers and service providers of driveline systems; and their partners Transfluid (Italy), manufacturers of innovative industrial transmission technology.
Four of the six priorities of the recently published Port of London Authority Thames Vision included:
- Inland Freight: more goods off roads onto the river
- Passenger Transport: more journeys
- Sport and Recreation: more participants
- Environment and Heritage: an improved tidal Thames environment
A vision of a future Thames that will require a combined solution to help reduce emissions, noise and pollution to improve the end- user experience.
Dedicated solely to showcasing emerging efficient propulsion technologies and components, this technical seminar will explore how hybrid/electrical propulsion and power on the Thames can help reduce pollution and improve air quality, and contribute to the Mayor of London’s policies. An opportunity for delegates to listen to leading industrial transmission and component expert, Mr. Ugo Pavesi, Managing Director, Transfluid (Italy), and technical experts from Marine & Industrial Transmissions about the latest technical developments. Take the time to also discuss current issues and network with fellow propulsion system designers, ship owners and operators, boat builders, engine manufacturers, naval architects, boat owners, marinas and military fleet operators/chiefs.
When: Wednesday 9 November 2016
Where: Blue Space, SusCon, Brunel Way, The Bridge, Dartford, Kent, DA1 5FW
Cost: £15 + VAT for Members and £20 + VAT for Non-Members
This venue will be providing light refreshments.
Registration: 08.45 am
Start time: 09.00 am
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