FEV’s Christian Monissen and Michael Schröder introduce a new class of traction machines defined through adapted dimensioning, with increased power density, and combined with a unique thermal conditioning concept.
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FEV’s Ceren Acar provides unique insight into cutting-edge, cloud-connected battery management systems for hybrid and electric vehicles.
Experts from FEV discuss the role of efficiency-optimized hydrogen internal combustion engines in reducing emissions in commercial vehicle applications.
FEV’s Dr Umesh N. Hivarkar explains the role engineering data science will play in shaping the future of mobility.
Dr Marius Walters and Alexander Koch share details of FEV’s Toyota Mirai 2 fuel cell vehicle (FCV) benchmarking study.
Experts from FEV discuss a host of EV-specific NVH considerations, ranging from occupant comfort to pedestrian safety across a full complement of on-road vehicles.
Walid El Saoudi explains how to address modern powertrain development challenges with FEV’s xCAR™ simulation solution and X-in-the-loop test bench architectures.
FEV’s Matthias Krause presents a web based cooperative solution for the handling of all business processes of static and mobile test fields.
FEV’s Walid Baroud explains what the company has learned on its 15-year journey to becoming one of the world’s leading battery test system integrators.
FEV’s Andreas Mayer and Joel Deussen discuss current trends and future developments for inverter technology and electric motors.
FEV’s Hans-Dieter Sonntag, Tobias Kaufmann, and Martin Hennebrüder discuss its one-stop-shop approach to high-voltage battery development and testing.
FEV’s Ravi Desai and Martin Dorn discuss critical considerations for EV chassis development to cut cost, reduce development times, and improve product quality.
Christian Speuser and Alexander Koch of FEV explain general topology to detailed design solutions, attendees will gain insight into the HV battery, electric drive unit, and power electronics of the new Volkswagen MEB platform.
Experts from FEV provide an overview of the company’s recent vehicle and engine performance benchmark study on the Mazda Skyactiv-X and the Infiniti QX50.
FEV’s Sherif Matta and Siddhartha Yedida discuss the role of V2X communications in road safety, traffic efficiency and associated energy savings.
FEV’s Tom Tasky discusses how gateway technology has become critical for prototype and proof-of-concept connected vehicle builds.
FEV’s Daniel Guse discusses the role of virtual calibration and evaluation methods in the development of future powertrain and vehicle concepts.
FEV’s Dr Jörg Kaiser discusses a combined simulation and testing process for the optimization of the thermal propagation behaviour in EV battery packs.
FEV’s Dieter van der Put presents technological requirements and pathways to achieve upcoming heavy-duty CO2 targets.
FEV’s Dr. Jens Ewald and Christian Granrath present a standardized simulation framework that can shorten battery electric vehicle development times.
FEV’s Dr. Michael Stapelbroek discusses the company’s new modular, high-performance battery system for hybrid vehicles.
FEV’s Marius Zubel presents a modelling framework for fuel cell systems which is capable of solving both optimization targets.