The Commercial Vehicle Industry Association of Queensland (CVIAQ) will host Australia’s first dedicated Commercial Vehicle Engineering Conference – ComVec – to be held at the new Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) on Grey Street precinct on June 5 and 6 this year.
“ComVec builds on the successful CVIAQ Future Directions seminars held in 2010 and 2011 and will provide the future direction of commercial vehicle innovation, technology, policy and standards for our industry,” said Brett Wright, chief executive of CVIAQ. “ComVec is also uniquely dedicated to the professional development of the industry, in particular those professionals engaged in the engineering and product development and planning of commercial vehicles and their components.”
The two day ComVec program has been given full endorsement by Engineers Australia Queensland Division, the Institute of Automotive Mechanical Engineers and the Society of Automotive Engineers Australasia. ComVec features specialist industry and government speakers selected on their ability to provide information on technology at the cutting edge as well as insights and direction on future developments of vehicle policy and standards.
Topics to be featured include:
. Australian Vehicle Standards;
. Heavy Vehicle Safety Systems;
. UNECE Vehicle Standards;
. Advanced Combination Vehicles;
. Vehicle Certification;
. Heavy Vehicle Telematics and Electronics;
. Emission requirements and their effects;
. Energy use in Future Transport.
A special ‘early bird’ rate is available to delegates who register on or before April 13. For further information or bookings, visit www.comvec.com.au or contact CVIAQ on 07 3376 6266.