WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Meet Decision Makers From
European & International OEMs
Tier 1 & 2s
With The Following Job Titles:
- Group Chief Engineer
- Advanced Engineering
- Head of Vehicle Architecture
- Core Engineer Hybridization & Electrification
- Head of Research, Materials & Manufacturing
- Scientific & Future Technologies Department
- Electrification Project Engineer
- Group Product Director Hybrid & Electric Systems
- Director of Electrified Powertrain Engineering
- Chief Engineer - Battery Electric & Fuel Cell Vehicles
- BEV Global Lead Engineer
- Global Battery Systems Engineering
- GMPT Electrification
- Power Electronics Analyst
- Technical Manager - Innovation Management
- Automotive Engineering
- Hybrid & Electrification Technology
- Fuel Economy & Emission Control
- Future Tech Expert
- Hybrid System Knowledge Responsible
- Innovation & Technology Dev. Manager
- Environment Product Material Development
- New Model
- New Technology
- Senior Technical Leader
- Project Engineer - Material Section, Design, Test & Materials Engineering
- Chief Engineer & Executive Technical Leader - Energy Storage & HV Systems
- Electrification Projects Administrator
- Deputy General Manager
- HV Battery Technical Expert
- Project Lead - Quality Electric Vehicle Architecture
- Underbody Design Expert
- Body & Closure Engineer
- Hybrid System Knowledge Responsible
- Director of Engineering
- Materials & Technologies
- Lead Engineer, Body and Vehicle Crashworthiness CAE
- EV Architecture Lead
- EV Component & Energy Storage For EVs
Plus Industry Stakeholders From...
- Engineering Companies/Consultancies
- Thermal Systems & Components Suppliers - e.g. heat pump manufacturers
- Battery Manufacturers
- High Voltage Electronic Components Manufacturers
- Material Suppliers
- Design Software Suppliers
- *CAE Modelling
- *Automotive Design Simulation
- *Crash Simulation
- EV Battery Components Suppliers - e.g. switchers, inverters, AC/DC components
- EV Powertrain Systems & Components
WELCOME TO A BRAND NEW ELECTRIC VEHICLES CONGRESS 2017
WELCOME TO A BRAND NEW EV CONFERENCE FOCUSING ON BALANCING TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN RANGE, COST, WEIGHT AND CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS
Automotive electrification has undoubtedly been one of the hottest trends in the automotive industry lately. The announcements by the major multinationals like Volvo committing to the EV only range from 2020, Ford's partnerships with Mahindra to explore growth opportunities in India, huge EV drive from Chinese Government and the emergence of visionaries like Tesla and FF have all been strong indicators that the industry is taking firm steps towards the emissions-free automotive future.
According to the International Energy Agency Global EV Outlook 2017 report the sales of EVs across the globe hit a record high last year, with over 750 thousand sales worldwide.
Further analysis of the trends, markets and policies indicates that there is a good chance that the electric car stock will range between 9 million and 20 million by 2020 and between 40 million and 70 million by 2025 according to the same report.
With such positive prospects for the sector, the OEMs still have to figure out how to increase competitiveness of the EVs and close the cost gap between EVs and Internal Combustion Engines.
As battery manufacturers are working hard on decreasing the costs of the batteries, the OEMs are on the look out for solutions that help to balance trade-offs between the overall weight, range, cost, aesthetics and most importantly customer preferences.
The First Congress To Look At The Overall Design & Engineering Solutions Specific To EVs
The Whole Electric Vehicle Design & Battery System Integration Congress 2017 will bring the latest case studies from the leading OEMs in order to benchmark their experience, build a robust supply chain and evaluate solutions for optimal integration of the battery pack, component parts, thermal management system, powertrain layout and electrical interactions within the vehicles.
The Congress will help OEMs to answer questions like:
How to design brand new whole electric vehicle architectures?
What is the best way to optimise battery integration within an existing platform?
Where to locate the battery to protect it and minimise safety risk?
Each presentation will focus on balancing the key trade-offs and driving down costs to significantly increase the competitiveness and ease the adoption of electrical vehicles into the global market.
We look forward to meeting you there.
See OEM Case Studies And Technical Presentations On:
BUILD EV SUPPLY CHAIN & IMPROVE EV COMPETITIVENESS: Understand Challenges OEMs Are Facing When Developing The Next Generation Of EVs And Investigate Opportunities With Providing Targeted Solutions
SAFETY REGULATIONS & CRASHWORTHINESS FOR EVs: Understand Safety Regulations Specific To EVs And Explore The Best Practices And Solutions To Help Meet Safety & Crashworthiness Requirements
WHOLE VEHICLE DESIGN CONCEPTS AND TECHNICAL BREAKTHROUGHS:Hear About The Latest Ideas And Techniques For Protecting The Battery And Delivering Safety At Higher Standards
OPTIMAL ARCHITECTURE & BATTERY PLACEMENT FOR EVs:
- Compare The Pros And Cons Of Different Battery Integration Solutions Including:
- Inside The Battery Pack, Cells & Modules
- Outside The Battery Case Including Power Electronics Components
- High Voltage Electric Systems
- Low Voltage Electronics Systems
- Drivetrain Including Motor And Transmission
BALANCING TRADE-OFFS IN EV SYSTEMS: Hear How To Balance The Trade-offs Between Range, Cost, Weight And Customer Needs
STRATEGIES FOR BATTERY SYSTEM INTEGRATION INTO BODY IN WHITE:Hear About Integration Strategies For Both New Build And Adapting Conventional Vehicle Platforms
THERMAL PERFORMANCE OPTIMISATION AND SYSTEM INTEGRATION: Explore Advanced Solutions To Optimise Thermal Performance Of EV Systems