The other partners will be the Motor Industry Research Association (MIRA) based on the A5 just outside Nuneaton, and Hinckley-based motorcycle manufacturer Triumph.
What does MIRA stand for?
MIRA stands for Motor Industry Research Association
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- Monolithic Infrared Array
- Monterey Institute for Research in Astronomy
- Monthly Index of Russian Accessions (Library of Congress)
- Moody’s Interfax Rating Agency
- Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia
- Multifunctional Inertial Reference Assembly (USAF)
- Munich Re Internet Risk Assessor
- Migration, Remittances, Aid and Bureaucracy (model explaining the economies of small island nations)
- Management Information Research Assistance Center
- Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
- Mekong Institute Research Advisory Committee (Thailand)
- Minimum IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) Altitude Chart (aviation)
- Minnesota Immigrant Rights Action Coalition
- Mid-Infrared Advanced Chemical Laser
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Winners included Pailton Engineering, Flip-In hair, ByBox and Travel De Courcey to name a few plus Company of the Year going to MIRA, formerly known as Motor Industry Research Association.
Derek Charters, of the Motor Industry Research Association, also warned limiters could mean more accidents, especially in overtaking moves.
At the Motor Industry Research Association test track, the latest Cherokee proved the point.
At the Motor Industry Research Association test track the latest Cherokee proved the point.
They were treated to inspirational keynote speeches by Professor Andy Downton, from De Montfort University, and Dr George Gillespie, chief executive of the Motor Industry Research Association, who then handed out awards and certificates for a whole range of courses.