Category: Events

HiETA Recuperator Unveiled at IAA 2017 by Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe and Prodrive Technologies

HiETA Technologies recuperator used in gas turbine range extender unveiled at International Motor Show IAA (2017), by Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe and Prodrive Technologies HiETA is pleased to announce that our SLM recuperator technology has been used in the Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine and Europe (MTEE) range extender concept, RANGE+, unveiled at the International Motor Show IAA in … Continued

HiETA to Attend ASME Turbo Expo 2017

Next week marks the beginning of Turbo Expo, a Turbomachinery Technical Conference & Exposition presented by the ASME International Gas Turbine Institute in Charlotte, NC. An exhibition and conference which takes place from the 26th June 2017 – 30th June 2017. With over 4000 colleagues from around the world planning on attending, the conference has earned itself … Continued

IoD Bristol Technologies, Trends and Processes for 3D Design and Manufacturing

The Institute of Directors, Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) and HiETA Technologies will be holding a Technology Briefing Event on the evolution of technologies, trends and the future for 3D design manufacturing. There will be presentations from HiETA Technologies, IoD, Renishaw, CFMS and Bladon Jets. The event will focus on the evolution of technologies, trends … Continued

Embracing Additive Manufacturing for Production

Embracing Additive Manufacturing for Production – Book Now HiETA would like to invite you to an event, Embracing Additive Manufacturing for Production, on the 1st December 2016 at CFMS in the Bristol and Bath Science Park. The event is centred around exploring the perceived challenges of the Additive Manufacturing (AM) process. The event is aimed at non-technical as … Continued

The Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing from Concept to End Product

The Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing from Concept to End Product: 07/06/2016, CFMS, Bristol & Bath Science Park The Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing from Concept to End Product Hosted by HiETA, CFMS, Altair at The Bristol & Bath Science Park, 7th June 2016 The Centre for Modelling & Simulation played host in partnership with HiETA and Altair, to a … Continued

Innovate UK LIGHT Project Shares its Findings

LIGHT, an Innovate UK project which includes HiETA as one of its collaborators, will be running a dissemination event on Tuesday 26th April at the Bloodhound Technical Centre in Bristol. If you are innovating in the automotive, aerospace, medical devices, consumer or electronics sectors you are invited to attend for free by going to bit.ly/LIGHT_event  The event will showcase … Continued

HiETA Out and About at WEAF

After a successful time at LCV 2015,HiETA Technologies will be exhibiting at the WEAF conference in Bristol on the 16th & 17th February 2016, the leading network association for aerospace and defence companies in the South West. The conference will include talks from Boeing UK, Bloodhound SSC, Netherlands Aerospace Group, ADS Group, Achieving the Difference, W G Jones, Safran Messier-Bugatti-Dowty, Tata Technologies Ltd  Following … Continued

LCV 2015 – A HiETA Review

HiETA’s debut at LCV 2015 last month proved to be a timely foray into the Low Carbon Vehicle movement; introducing Additive Manufacturing (AM) into the pioneering technology mix. Organised by Cenex and supported by Innovate UK this lively forum is a unique annual showcase of the technology and innovation driving the development of low emission vehicles. It brought together leading players in … Continued

Championing Additive Manufacturing at LCV 2015

HiETA Technologies is making its debut at LCV 2015 to showcase additive manufactured products which have been specifically designed to deliver low-carbon advantages to the automotive manufacturing process (weight, performance and cost reduction). The company partners on a number of projects with InnovateUK (IUK) and the Centre for Defence Enterprise (CDE) and its collaborative design for waste heat recovery systems are anticipated to … Continued

HiETA Unveils the Future of Compact Heat Exchangers at the AM & 3D Conference

HIETA Technologies is showcasing pioneering AM designs for optimised efficiency in compact heat exchangers for internal combustion engines and microturbines which increase efficiency via recovered waste heat at the AM & 3D Conference. The 2015 AM conference and 3D Printing International Conference, hosted by the University of Nottingham, will serve as a platform for HiETA to demonstrate the real-world possibilities … Continued