Ricardo Quarterly Spring 2019

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  • E-Motive subject: Sustainable materials meet Mobility-as-a-Service in a joint autonomous vehicle project between WorldAutoSteel and Ricardo
  • NDCent haste: James Harries, Ricardo’s Principal Consultant in International Climate Change, explains why this year’s focus for climate actions must be on implementation as well as setting stiffer targets
  • Setting sail towards zero emissions: RQ examines the financial, logistical
  • and technical challenges facing the shipping industry as it strives to get cleaner vessels in the water
  • Hub for a challenge: An urban mobility challenge for Ian Callum and his design and engineering consultancy
  • Changing tracks: How Ricardo is helping to develop European rail infrastructure that is safe and efficient as well as clean and green
  • The big picture: How Ricardo is supporting a Low Emission Zone in the Indian city of Bhubaneswar
  • A view from: Jenny Kavanagh, Chief Strategy Officer for Cranfield Aerospace Solutions, explains why hydrogen-powered aircraft are the future of sustainable aviation
  • This much I know: Insight from Steve Blevins, Head of Engineering for Ricardo Performance Products, on the ground-breaking Indy Autonomous Challenge
  • A day in the life: Andy Ennever, Ricardo’s Hydrogen Fuel Cell Systems Service Leader, outlines the company’s involvement in the Tees Valley hydrogen transport hub
  • Ricardo news: Latest developments from around the global Ricardo organisation, including a new air quality monitoring contract in Saudi Arabia; Formula E collaboration continuing; and funding to optimise climate control systems in electric vehicles


Ricardo Quarterly Spring 2019

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