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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Meet Decision Makers From


  • Automotive OEMs - Electric, Autonomous and Hybrid Vehicles
  • Engineering Consultancies
  • Tier 1 and Tier 2 Suppliers in EV
  
  • Electrified Powertrain Systems and Component Suppliers
  • Thermal Systems and Related Component Manufacturers
  • High Voltage Systems and Power Semiconductor Suppliers
  • Testing and Crash Safety Engineering Services
 Lightweight Material Suppliers
  • EV CAE Software and Modeling Suppliers
  • Battery and Fuel Cell Manufacturers
  • Battery Management Systems Suppliers
  Components, Switchers, Controllers and Inverter Suppliers
  • Charging Infrastructure
  • Benchmarking Engineering Services Providers
  • National Laboratories and Government Technology Offices
With Following Job Titles:
  • CEO / Vice President / General Manager from EV OEMs

  • Chief Engineer - Battery Electric & Plug-In Hybrid Vehicles
  • Chief Engineer, Electrified Propulsion Systems

  • Chief Engineer, Electrical Systems

  • Head, EV Engineering Systems
  • Head of Vehicle Electrification Technology
  • Head of Hybrid and EV Battery Systems

  • Chief Scientist, Energy and Systems
Head of Vehicle Architecture
  • Head of Systems and Control Engineering
  • Electrification Project Engineer
  • Head of Research, Materials and Manufacturing
  •  Group Product Director Hybrid and Electric Systems
  • Lead Engineer, Electrical Systems Engineering

  • Lead Engineer, Electrified Powertrains

  • Head of Body Structures / Body in White
  • Battery Electric Vehicle Global Lead Engineer
  • Global Battery Systems Engineering
  • Battery Research Engineer
    Technical Manager - Innovation Management
  • Innovation & Technology Development Manager
  • Chief Engineer & Technical Leader - Energy Storage & Systems

Congress Day 2: Thursday 6 December 2018

8:00    Coffee and Registration

09:00    Chair's Opening Remarks

Ann Van Damme, Technical Expert, Electrification Within Manufacturing Engineering, Volvo Cars, Belgium - Sweden

Understanding The Roadmap And Future Potential For Zero Emission Vehicles And Technologies

9:10    Roadmap To Zero Emission Vehicles And Sustainable Mobility - The Hydrogen Powered Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle  

Hugo Spowers, Chief Engineer, Riversimple

09:40    Questions and Discussion

09:55    Redesigning From The Ground Up For Modern Usage Patterns And Focusing On The User Experience - Case Study On The Uniti Electric City Car 

Lewis Horne, CEO and CTO, Uniti, Sweden

10:30    Questions and Discussion

SOLID-STATE BATTERY INNOVATION

10:45    Progress In The Commercialisation Of Solid-State Battery Technology For Plug-In And Hybrid Electric Vehicles

  • Advantages of moving to solid-state lithium ion batteries and systems in terms of greater power and energy per unit mass, greater safety and lower cost
  • Applications and manufacturability benefits

Nad Karim, Founder, KeraCel, USA

11:10    Questions and Discussion

11:20    Refreshments And Networking Break In Exhibition Area  

PANEL DISCUSSION ON BATTERY OPPORTUNITIES

11:50    Development Opportunities For New Battery Technologies And Realising Their Potential For The Next Generation Of EVs - What Can We Expect?

Moderator:

Ann Van Damme, Technical Expert, Electrification Within Manufacturing Engineering, Volvo Cars, Belgium - Sweden

Panelists:

Nad Karim, Founder, KeraCel, USA

Dr. Peter Van den Bossche, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Power Electronics, Batteries and Charging Systems, Vrije Universiteit (VUB), Belgium

Oliver Kuttner, Chief Executive Officer, Edison2, USA

Kevin Kelly, Senior Consultant, Mobility,Frost & Sullivan

Attribute Balancing, E-Driveline And NVH Optimisation For EV Performance Enhancement

12:30   Vehicle Architectures For Electrification - An Opportunity Or Challenge?

  • Case studies / lessons from EV projects
  • Key vehicle attributes and impact of electrification / battery integration - range, cost, NVH, safety, dynamics and thermal management
  • Attribute virtuous circle and conflicts - packaging, chassis, cost, lightweight architecture
  • Whole vehicle integration considerations
  • Technology fixes to get back to attributes
  • Evaluation of EV OEM architectures and strategies - benefits, compromises and challenges

Neil McGregor, Chief Engineer, Vehicle Attributes, Ricardo Global Automotive

12:55    Questions and Discussion

13:00    Networking Lunch in Exhibition Area

Safety Regulation, Crashworthiness And Fire Protection For EVs 

14:00    Damageability And Repairability Considerations For EV Architecture

  • Why the insurer perspective is important to OEMs
  • The effect of design decisions on insurance cost
  • Designing for damageability and repairability
  • Testing the crashworthiness of electrified vehicles and Euro NCAP
  • The use of advanced materials and joining techniques in EVs

Richard Billyeald, Chief Technical Officer, Thatcham Research, UK

14:30    Questions and Discussion

Priorities For Efficient Fast Charging Technologies And Service Infrastructure

14:40  How Many EVs And Autonomous Vehicles And By When? - Key Scenarios And Forecast

Cuneyt Kazokoglu, Director and Head of Oil Demand, Facts Global Energy Group (FGE), UK

15:10    Questions and Discussion

15:20    Networking Coffee Break In Exhibition Area

15:50    Fast Charging Technology And Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

             I. OEM Perspective

  • Future of fast charging standards and protocols
  • Charging point technical and functional innovation including authentication and plug compliance
  • Implications for vehicles architectures

Dr. Tim Nicklin, Manager, Electric Vehicle Charging and Energy Management, Ford Motor Co., Europe

16:15    II. Charging Infrastructure Roll-Out Priorities

  • Innovations and timescales for development and roll-out of fast charging infrastructure in UK and Europe
  • Increasing the overall energy efficiency of fast charging

Liam Lidstone, Business Leader, Infrastructure and Engineering, Energy Systems Catapult

16:40    III. Prospects For More Efficient Wireless Charging Technologies  And Infrastructure   

Wireless charging is less efficient than most plug-in charging technology which means it will take more electricity to charge the same vehicle.  What are the prospects for closing the efficiency gap?  What is the trade-off between convenience and ease of use vs. additional cost?

  • Status of production ready inductive charging systems
  • Standards development for the groundpad and carpad connecting to the EVs electrical backbone
  • Timeline for dynamic wireless charging

Dr. Peter Van den Bossche, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Power Electronics, Batteries and Charging Systems, Vrije Universiteit (VUB), Belgium

PANEL DISCUSSION ON CHARGING

17:05    EV Charging Initiatives And Infrastructure Services Development

Moderator:

Liam Lidstone, Business Leader, Infrastructure and Engineering, Energy Systems Catapult

Panelists:

Dr. Tim Nicklin, Manager, Electric Vehicle Charging and Energy Management, Ford Motor Co., Europe

Dr. Peter Van den Bossche, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Power Electronics, Batteries and Charging Systems, Vrije Universiteit (VUB), Belgium

Oliver Kuttner, Chief Executive Officer, Edison2, USA

Cuneyt Kazokoglu, Director and Head of Oil Demand, Facts Global Energy Group (FGE), UK

17:45    Chair's Closing Remarks - Amazon Echo And Champagne Draw

17:50    End Of Conference

LEARNING BENEFITS

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

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