TRW Conekt

TRW Conekt

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TRW Conekt, based in Solihull (UK), is the consultancy and engineering test services business of TRW Automotive. It generates new ideas and applies science and technology to product development, manufacture and validation for a wide range of customers in diverse industries such as automotive, aerospace, defence, oil & gas and intelligent transport systems.
Combining the skills of specialist engineers with in-house UKAS accredited test facilities, Conekt is uniquely positioned to offer a complete service from feasibility studies, concept design and development through prototype and validation testing to low volume manufacture and systems integration.
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2019
24 Mar 2019

Fuel Cell Vehicles 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop
2015
7 May 2015

Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe: Key Learnings from the 2015 Show

The recent IDTechEx event "Energy Harvesting and Storage Europe" in Berlin was once again a good barometer of what is happening in the industry. Here are some of our delegates' comments on our Europe 2015 event.
29 Apr 2015

A Novel Sensor to Monitor Railway Earthworks - Energy Harvesting Case Study

TRW Conekt, United Kingdom
2014
2 Apr 2014

Roadside Monitoring System - the Intelligent Crash Barrier

TRW Conekt, United Kingdom
2013
22 Apr 2013

Enhanced fuel cell systems

A £2.8 million development project between Intelligent Energy, Dyson Technology, Ricardo and TRW Conekt, increased power density of Intelligent Energy's fuel cell engines by more than 30%.
17 Apr 2013

Hype versus Reality: What Makes an Energy Harvesting Device Genuinely Useful in the Real World?

TRW Conekt, United Kingdom
2012
15 May 2012

Automotive and Aerospace - Challenges in Common for Wireless Sensors

TRW Conekt, United Kingdom
26 Apr 2012

Interviews with speakers at IDTechEx conference taking place in May

Less than 3 weeks remain before the 4th instalment of the IDTechEx European conference on energy harvesting, WSN and RTLS, taking place in Berlin on the 15th and 16th of May. Just before the event opens its doors to its attendees, Dr Harry Zervos, technology analyst with IDTechEx, interviewed some of the main speakers on their involvement with energy harvesting and wireless sensing and the reasons why their integration is becoming increasingly important in a wide range of applications.
19 Apr 2012

Wireless Sensor Networks: What's next for WSN at WSN & RTLS Europe

Starting with more humble killer applications such as meter reading in buildings, WSN will grow rapidly from $0.58 billion in 2012 to $2.4 billion in 2022 according to IDTechEx research.
22 Mar 2012

Positive Adoption Trends Expected to Double the Market Within 5 Years

The 4th IDTechEx Energy Harvesting and Storage event will be taking place on the 15th and 16th of May in Berlin, Germany and will cover recent progress and developments in energy harvesting, wireless sensors and related technologies.
2011
30 Sep 2011

Zero emission fuel cell taxi for the London 2012 Olympics

The London Taxi is an iconic vehicle, with currently over 21,000 in operation in London alone. A fleet of diesel vehicles this size that operates for many hours of the day inevitably makes a substantial contribution to traffic emissions, not just of CO2 but also nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons and particulates. Changing to a zero emission taxi will have a marked effect on the pollution levels in London.
13 May 2011

Energy harvesting: challenges for wireless monitoring applications

Energy harvesters deserve the attention they're receiving, the advent of what can be made possible through the use of ambient energy to power devices has intrigued a wide variety of technologists, developers and adopters.
11 May 2011

Energy Harvesting Network: workshop on structural monitoring

Hosted at TRW Conekt, this workshop was designed to facilitate the definition of a number of new research challenges and the creation of multidisciplinary teams that would address them.
2010
14 Jun 2010

The race for plug and play vibration harvesting

The market for vibration harvesters will increase perhaps one hundred fold when they are broad band so they can be fitted without tuning - or with auto tuning - to the vibration encountered. Ideally they should be made to standard battery sizes and sold as a non polluting, long life battery replacement.