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London Section 2007 AGM and Dinner

Date: Thursday Nov 15, 2007
Location: Best Western Lamplighter Inn, Wellington Rd, London
Time: 6:30 pm Networking
7:00 pm AGM
7:20 pm Dinner
8:10 pm Guest Speaker

Cost: $10.00 IEEE Member & Guest ea. $25.00 Non Member

RSVP: a.husain[at]

Payments: Make your cheque payable to IEEE London Section. We also accept
cash and you can pay at the door.

Special Diets:
The main course will be sirloin steak, therefore, please let us know if you
require a special meal (vegetarian, fish, chicken, etc)

Over the past few years, Canadians have become increasingly more aware of the
potential impacts on the environment of our day to day activities. Media
coverage on the Kyoto protocol has focused attention on the need to
progressively invest and apply technology to participate in environmentally
conscious solutions.

General Motors is a leader in addressing the future environmentally sustainable
operation of Motor vehicles. Single technologies are not being relied upon, but
rather, multiple plans are in place with huge investment in research and
development to bring these innovations to market. Advancements that include but
also extend beyond conventional internal combustion engines (ICE).

This discussion will share with you solutions that General Motors has developed
to address these issues, such as accommodating different fuel types (Ethanol,
Bio-diesel), improving the ICE (Active Fuel management), the further growth of
Hybrid technologies (low, mid and higher cost solutions), electric range
extended vehicles and hydrogen powered vehicles.

Bio: Geof Bailey

Geof is a graduate in Mechanical Engineering from Queens University. He is a
career General Motors employee who learned the operation of the business from
the ground up. He spent the 1st phase of his career in manufacturing
(engineering and management) for 19 years before transitioning into the
management of engineering design, government relations and finally portfolio
planning. He is presently the General Motors Canadian portfolio planning manager
for small car’s and small suv’s. He and his wife, Gail, are the proud parents
of 4 children (1 boy and 3 girls)

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