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 Modelling 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
Two Days Of Hybrid Content, Live & Online, Plus A Third Virtual Day Dedicated To Manufacturing & Assembly
Delivering A Unique Blend Of Strategic Insights And Technical Solutions On
How To Make Battery Electric Vehicles More Profitable
– In Which Direction Are OEMS Heading?
Anticipating The Next Wave Of Game-Changing Innovations…
As battery technology advances, more affordable electric vehicle models will be able to provide a longer range. However, it is currently expensive, and new solutions for cost reduction and range extension are required.
Several technologies promise advancements. Solid-state batteries, for example, may be the way of the future. The technology is still in its early stages, but it could be available as early as 2027.
At the 5th Annual BEVA Europe 2022, discover the future of battery technology, with higher energy density per unit area and less degradation over time. Also, how can this be combined with faster charging in a way that benefits customers? You'll also learn how to improve the vehicle's architecture so that a larger battery isn't required. Plus discover how to make improvements by reducing the amount of the expensive metal cobalt used in the production of lithium-ion batteries.
Can Range Anxiety Be Alleviated By Accelerating Charging Times?
Or, Will Customers' Range Expectations Decrease?
When Considering How To Construct The 30,000 Euro BEV, Each Of These Factors Is Significant.
To successfully market EVs and convince customers to purchase them, it was previously believed that the industry would need to offer a comparable range to that of a gasoline engine. If you can produce a vehicle with a range of as close to 400 miles as possible, customers will not experience range anxiety. However, this is very expensive. It is costly not only monetarily, but also in terms of resources and architecture.
Speakers on the BEVA Europe 2022 opening keynote panel will address these issues as they discuss the future vision of the technology of choice for 2030. How can OEMs feed range anxiety? Will consumers gradually reduce their expectations of range? How should OEMs respond?
Benchmarking OEM Strategies On Vehicle Architecture Decision Making
Customer and market segment requirements have a significant impact on the vehicle's design depending on what kind of automobiles you are producing. Do you make cars with high or low floors, large or small?
Are you able to optimise the battery for quick charging, high discharge rates, and a short lifespan so that it can be replaced more easily? Or is there another optimisation driving technology selection?
At BEVA Europe 2022, each of the speakers will talk through the decision-making criteria that drive their one-of-a-kind vehicle integration strategies. In addition, a discussion of the numerous recently developed tools and technologies that assist in changing that or contribute to the choice of vehicle architecture will be highlighted.
Agenda At A Glance
DAY 1 – HYBRID (Live & Online)
B.E.V. STRATEGIC DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
DAY 2 – HYBRID (Live & Online)
TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS FOR IMPROVING EFFICIENCY AND THERMAL PERFORMANCE
DAY 3 – VIRTUAL (Online Only)
ADDRESSING MANUFACTURING/ ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES AND BATTERY END OF LIFE
KEYNOTE PANEL ON OEM STRATEGIES
Technology's Future And Cell Chemistry Improvements
Using The Latest Technology To Create A Profitable Mass Market B.E.V.
KEYNOTE PANEL THERMAL MANAGEMENT
Implementing New Technology To Manage Heat Transfer And Temperature Effects In Cells/Modules/Packaging/Vehicle Architecture
Flexible Manufacturing And Assembly Strategies To Handle Increased BEV And Battery Industrialization.
PLATFORM SELECTION & INTEGRATION
Adopting New Technology To Optimise A Dedicated BEV Platform To Extend Range Without A Larger Battery Pack
Evaluating New Technologies And Architecture Design Trends For The 30,000 Euro Mass Market B.E.V.
Solutions For Optimising Thermal Management To Improve Battery Range, Performance, And Durability In Different Climates.
Evaluate Insulation, Self-Heating, And Heat Recovery Technologies
MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY
Strategies For Flexible Scale-Up Of Manufacturing & Assembly To Handle Increased Industrialization Of BEV's, & Battery Related Components
Handling Industrialization Volumes & Flexibility
NEW BATTERY TECHNOLOGIES
OEMs' Battery Choices
Battery Manufacturers Review New Chemistries To Control Costs, Increase Range And Durability
Improving Powertrain Efficiency To Better Manage Power And Reduce Battery Size
Protocols for Ensuring Assembly Line Safety When Using High Voltage Batteries
NEW BATTERY PACKAGING CONCEPTS
Evaluate Battery Packaging And Thermal Optimisation Concepts
Advancing Battery Management Systems To Help Deliver A Longer Battery Life
NEW ASSEMBLY TECHNOLOGIES FOR BEV
Quality Assurance Process Prospects For Sustainable Materials In Battery & Electric Motor Production
Technological Development Of Battery Recycling
PANEL - TYPE OF CHARGING
Future Charging Technology Selection and BEV Architecture • Wireless • Battery Swap • Plugin
Adoption of New Charging Technology to Help Overcome Range Anxiety
Vehicle packaging Concepts To Optimise The Powertrain Architecture For EMC
MANUFACTURING TRANSMISSION AND DRIVE TRAIN SYSTEMS
Improving Manufacturing Techniques for More Efficient Drive Trains Processes, Products, and Solutions for More Effective Power Management Battery Integration
REPAIR AND SERVICEABILITY
air & Serviceability & How It Impacts The Design Of The Architecture
Addressing Software Challenges Associated With Powertrain Integration – Building The Right Team With The Right Capabilities
BATTERY END OF LIFE
Second Life Of Batteries
KEY TOPICS COVERED
DAY 1 – Tomorrow's B.E.V. Architecture: Strategic Design Considerations
- Developing A Strategy To Mass-Produce A Better, More Profitable Battery Electric Vehicle That Has Greater Range and Charges More Quickly Using Upcoming Design Concepts and Cutting-Edge Technology
- Identifying the Next Wave of Potentially "Game-Changing" Technologies – In Battery Chemistry, New Packaging Concepts, Advanced BMS, and Thermal Optimization Innovations– What Does the Future Hold?
- Utilise New Technologies to Increase Range and Allow for Faster Charging Speeds
- Charging Interface Selection (e.g. Wireless vs. Battery Swop vs. Plug-in)
- Vehicle Architecture Design That Allows for Repair, Serviceability, and Recycling
DAY 2 - Thermal Optimisation & Power Efficiency Technical Solutions
- Solutions For Improving Thermal Management to Increase Battery Range, Performance, and Durability in Various Climates – Examine the most recent insulation, self-warming, and heat recovery technologies
- Options For Managing Thermal Runaway– Implementing New Technology To Manage Heat Transfer And Temperature Effects In Cells/Modules/Packaging/Cabin/Powertrain
- Improving Powertrain & Transmission Efficiency To Manage Power More Effectively & Reduce The Size Of The Battery Pack
DAY 3 ( VIRTUAL)
Profitability Improvement Through Flexible Manufacturing And Assembly Solutions
- Strategies For Efficient Manufacturing & Assembly To Handle Increased Industrialization Volumes – Particularly Considering Safety & Quality Assurance
- Implementing New Technologies For Assembly & To Reduce Project Lead Times
- Developing New Technology For Battery Recycling & Handling End Of Life