This year’s LCV Cenex was held at Millbrook near Bedford in England, on the 14th and 15th September 2016, and built upon on the success of last year’s event, which saw over 2,900 attendees, 210 exhibitors and over 100 vehicles on display – 60 of which were available to ride and drive.  
CMCL Innovations was proud to attend in partnership with the Advanced Propulsion Center (APC) to demonstrate our work on the cutting-edge ASCENT project. CMCL Innovations also showcased its digital engineering toolkits, kinetics & SRM Engine Suite and MoDS, which have been applied for automated calibration, generating fast-response computational surrogates, and for sensitivity analysis of combustion characteristics, soot, and NOx emissions in a modern Tier 4 capable Diesel-fuelled Compression Ignition (CI) engine.
We’d like to extend our thanks to the Low Carbon Vehicle community for meeting with out representatives and trying our project demo. It was a great pleasure to have Nick Hurd, UK MP for Climate Change and Industry, visit the booth.

Photos of the event can be found on LCV’s website here.




Header image courtesy of Cenex.