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
BEVA Congress Europe 2021: Battery Electric Vehicle Architectures
With Europe's automotive industry gearing up for the 2030 full transition to BEVs, and exploring the optimal routes for creating a mass market of cost-effective BEVs to fully replace ICE vehicles, there has never been more urgency or need for the EV industry to meet perennial and emerging challenges around cost and weight reduction, developing higher performance battery solutions, and devising efficient component and whole-vehicle integration methods.
In response to this need, London Business Conferences Group are delighted to announce the launch of our flagship European Electric Vehicle conference: Battery Electric Vehicle Architectures (BEVA) 2021. Continuing our series of carefully researched and highly successful interactive virtual forums, BEVA Europe 2021 will be held virtually between 25-27 May 2021 - allowing OEMs and experts from around the world to hear the latest insights from speakers at the heart of Europe's automotive industry.
Hybrid Electric Vehicle Architectures Focus Day
We are also delighted to announce - for the first time - the launch of our first Hybrid Electric Vehicle Architectures Focus Day. This all-new agenda, based on extensive industry research, will help enable OEMs of all sizes to produce affordable hybrid electric vehicles that meet performance and regulatory requirements for key market segments in the run-up to 2030.
Join Us At BEVA Europe 2021 To Hear In-Depth Case Studies From
Leading OEMs And Disruptors On:
- Assessing Optimal Solutions For Overall Integration, Including Battery And Thermal Systems, And The Application Of Lightweight Materials
- Reducing The Cost And Complexity Of Bev Designs Through Increased Use Of Modular And Multi-function Components
- Exploring Optimal Applications For New And Existing Materials For Whole-vehicle Architectures And Battery Enclosures
- Exploring And Assessing Future Battery Technologies, And How They Will Impact Vehicle Design And Manufacture
- Evaluating The Cost Implications Of Lifecycle Assessments, And Generating A Complete Picture Of CO2 Emissions Across The Whole Vehicle Life And Supply Chain
- Designing And Building Vehicles And Battery Enclosures For Second Life And End Of Life
See OEM Case Studies And Technical Presentations On:
Day 1 - Assessing Optimal Solutions For Overall Integration, Including Battery And Thermal Systems, And The Application Of Lightweight Materials:
- Building Cost-Effective, Low-Emission BEVS For A Post-Covid Economy And Short-Range B-Segment Markets
- Improving Manufacturing And Integration Efficiencies Through Component Modularity, And Utilisation Of Multiple-Use Components
- Optimising Battery Integration And Battery Pack Design
- Approaches To Thermal Management Integration And Exploring Effective Cooling Technologies
- Material Selection For BEVS : From Battery Packs To Body Structure, Factoring In Weight, Cost, Performance And Sustainability
Day 2 - Advances In Battery Technology > Battery And Vehicle Lifecycle Assessments > Designing And Building For Second Life/End of Life > Impact of Materials On End Of Life And Recycling > Additive Manufacturing
- Exploring The Impact Of New Battery Technologies On EV Performance, Manufacture And Integration
- Conducting Vehicle And Material Life Cycle Assessment, Recycling, And End Of Life Strategies
- Additive Manufacturing For High Volume OEMS
Day 3 - Hybrid Electric Vehicle Architectures Focus Day
- The Role And Market Share Of HEVs From 2021-2030
- Exploring HEV Architectures, From Design Processes To ICE To HEV Conversion
- Applying Modular Component Concepts To HEV Manufacture
- Optimising Whole Vehicle And Battery Integration For HEVs
- Strategies For OEMs Transitioning From HEV To Full BEV Production
- Internal Component Layout And Architecture For Optimised Weight, Volume And Safety