Isle of Man Electric TT Zero Motorbike features at Cleantech Futures Conference 2017
As well as an inspirational line-up of stimulating keynote speakers who are ‘thought leaders’ in their fields, the Cambridge Cleantech Annual Conference on Thursday 6th July will also now host the latest in clean motorbike technology.
The 4th Industrial Revolution: the Next Generation of Smart Technology
6 July 2017
Trinity Centre, Cambridge
The Isle of Man Economic Development Department have invited the Brunel Zero Carbon Team to display their latest motorcycle model.
Pictured is the Brunel X-Team BX-10 electric motorcycle at the start of the Zero TT Race.
Martin Garratt, CEO at Cambridge Cleantech comments: "We are delighted that the Brunel Motorcycle Team are able to demonstrate their latest clean technology. Low carbon transport design is a major part of thinking for the smart cities of the future and the electric motorcycle will show that it can be fun too."
The Brunel Motorcycle Team is from Brunel University in West London and is led by Dr Koen Matths who is responsible for the overall running of the team and is chief designer. Koen has an electro-mechanical engineering background and is a Lecturer in the School of Engineering and Design at Brunel University. His experience is in engineering design, mechatronics, materials and manufacturing. As part of his current research portfolio, Koen is partnering with the composites, racing and aerospace industry to contribute to low carbon transport design innovations in general and to sustainable motorsport design solutions in specific. Koen is an experienced motorcycle road rider with track experience and is able to translate the rider feedback to the design engineering team.
At the Conference, there will also be a fascinating session on the new technologies for the smart cities of the future and an outlook on international opportunities in the cleantech sector, before finishing with match-making between our cleantech innovators and the innovation hungry corporates, Xylem and Johnson Matthey.
The event can be booked from here: http://www.cambridgecleantech.org.uk/events/annual-cleantech-futures-conference-2017
For more information contact:
Martin Garratt, CEO tel: 07789 922487 or 01223 750017
For more information visit: www.cambridgecleantech.org.uk
Cambridge Cleantech is the members’ organisation supporting the growth of environmental goods and services or “cleantech” companies in Greater Cambridge and beyond.