AESIN Celebrates the Champions of Industry
We are delighted to announce the AESIN Conference 2022 to be held on 1 September. This year’s AESIN theme is “Championing Champions.” We will be celebrating UK’s outstanding automotive electronics related organisations as we bring technology to the forefront.
The conference will provide a platform for technology champions to share technical expertise and innovation with the conference audience. Attendees will benefit by learning about leading developments in the UK automotive electronics systems industry covering topics such as ADAS & Highly Automated Vehicles, Security, Clean & Connected Mobility, Perception Sensors, User Experience and User Interface Design and Systems Engineering.
The AESIN conference 2022 will also introduce a parallel stream, “TechNES Under the Hood” championing our embedded systems members. TechNES (Technology Network for Embedded Systems) is a newly launched Techworks community providing a platform for coherence in the embedded systems domain by connecting leading companies across industrial sectors, sustaining and supporting the world-class capability that exists in the UK.
Established in 2012, and recognised as the premier UK Automotive Electronics Conference, AESIN Conference 2022 will be host to speakers from across the Automotive Industry and broader ecosystem from the UK/Europe and beyond.
The Conference will include many networking opportunities and will be followed by a drinks reception and interactive networking dinner.
For more information on Speaker Presentation and Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact Angela Tansey
Demo Vehicle Exhibitors
Photos from AESIN 2021
“I found the event really useful for the networking and I have really missed the face to face introductions and chats that events like this bring. Whilst the event brings new members to the audience each year, there’s a bit of a family feel to this event which also gives it a uniqueness and adds to the collaborative feel.”
Paul Brookes, Siemens Mobility
“I consider the AESIN Conference to be a ‘must attend’ event that can provide those in involved in all aspects of road engineering and technology with real insight into the world of automotive electronics, propulsion and software”.
Darren Capes, Department for Transport
“If you are working in the field of automotive electronics, the AESIN conference is an excellent event to learn more about emerging application area. The event has a wide scope of participation, including manufacturers, vendors and universities.”
Daniel Murphy, ST Microelectronics
“I really enjoyed the conference and it was great to see and network with so many people there.”
Dr Joanna White, National Highways
“Shaping the future of automotive connectivity and electronics in the UK”
David Skipp, FORD Motor Company
“It was fantastic to see such a strong turnout and with people very keen to network. The presentations were of a high standard with a great set of speakers at a very well organised event.”
Mike Bell, Ricardo UK
Meet some of our speakers
We have over 30 speakers coming to our conference
. Click on an image to view their biography and to see everyone, visit our Speakers page.
Holiday Inn® Birmingham Airport
A smart Birmingham Airport hotel with a leisure club, open lobby and a conference centre. Holiday Inn® Birmingham Airport hotel is 2 miles from Birmingham Airport (BHX).
We offer a complimentary shuttle to the airport, Birmingham International Train Station and the NEC, and a convenient Park, Stay & Go package so you can leave the car at the hotel and get to your flight refreshed. We’re moments from the M42 motorway, close to the M6 and you can drive to Birmingham city centre in half an hour.
Room rate is £99 for bed & breakfast
Email reservations to [email protected] with your name and contact details to and quote TECHWORKS to receive the preferential rate.
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The National Motorcycle Museum
The National Motorcycle Museum is recognised as the finest and largest British motorcycle museum in the world and originally opened its doors in October 1984 with a collection of 350 motorcycles on display.
The Museum owes its formation to the drive and ambition of one man, Mr WR (Roy) Richards. Roy passed away in 2008 but his work continues under the guardianship of Roy’s Widow Christine & Son’s Simon and Nick with The Museum collection now boasting some 1000 plus machines, fully restored to the manufacturers original specifications.
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