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Centre of Excellence for Re-engineering for Electric Mobility

Re-engineering for Electric Mobility 

The Centre of Excellence for Re-engineering for Electric Mobility (RE4EM) is accelerating the development of sustainable, interconnected electric transport systems, re-engineering existing infrastructure and vehicles through advances in energy storage technology, the use of digital tribology to optimise components, and the redesign of the human–machine interface.

With a focus on road transport, as well as the transition to electric rail, air and sea transport systems, it is spearheading advances in energy storage technology, the optimisation of components using digital tribology, the redesign of human–machine interfaces and strategic infrastructure planning.

Re-engineering for electric mobility is about accelerating the transition towards clean transportation through advances in energy storage technologies, digital engineering, user-centred design and strategic infrastructure planning.

Professor John Preston - Director of the Centre of Excellence for Re-engineering fro Electric Mobility(RE4EM)
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