FEV’s Dr Umesh N. Hivarkar explains the role engineering data science will play in shaping the future of mobility.
Yajie Wang of Renesas presents the RH850/C1M-Ax microcontroller (MCU), which paves the way for next-generation e-drive inverters and is ideal for highly cost-optimized ASIL-C automotive traction motor control systems.
Experts from AVL provide a holistic view of requirements on test facilties for hydrogen ICEs. The experts will also identify solutions to the numerous test bed transformation challenges.
NXP’s Baptiste Vignasse and Jérôme Dietsch explain how to increase fault tolerance and maintain motor control functionality if failure occurs.
KPIT experts explain how 48V electrification allows for the application of multiple powertrain technologies to meet upcoming GHG regulations.
AVL’s Lucas Kira and Matthias Pichler explain the importance of these external influences and the cross-effects created between the different vehicle areas, from chassis to powertrain and thermal systems.
DSD’s Jason Schneider and AK Arafat walk through the processes and tools used to develop cutting-edge motor control strategies, blending simulation and conventional physical testing.
AVL’s Marijn Hollander and Morgan LeCossec explain the benefits of advanced methodologies for E-Drive powertrain development using AVL CAMEO.
Experts from AVL discuss the layout of hydrogen engines in passenger car and commercial applications, focusing on hybrid solutions for high-efficiency passenger car powertrains.
KPIT’s Tanmay Agrawal explains how to address electric vehicle engineering challenges by adopting an integrated model-based systems approach.
Dr. Alexander Fandakov discusses IAV’s model-based development methodology and how it can be employed for thermal management optimizations benefiting from new technologies.
AVL experts explain how to use vSUITE™ to optimize the energy management of a battery electric SUV and achieve the ideal balance between range and performance in a virtual environment.
AVL’s Manfred Kogler and Lukas Leonhartsberger present the results of a comprehensive Toyota Yaris benchmark study, which covered the ICE, component design, vehicle characteristics and performance.
Meet AVL’s experts in this extraordinary virtual launch event and follow the discussion about the use of the vSUITE in complete vehicle development.
Dr Itamar Malkowsky of BASF presents a new coolant product family for electric vehicle applications designed to meet and exceed all essential requirements in safety, performance, and lifetime of the respective powertrain technologies.
Andreas Abel explains how HBK Power analyzers utilize CAN to accelerate testing processes with a high update rate on feedback, data recording, and test control.
Lee Rogers and Ahmed Elmekkawi explain DSD’s approach to engineering sustainable eMachines.
BASF’s Ivy Fang and SweeJin Saw examine the importance of compact and durable design when overcoming challenges in modern electric vehicle propulsion development.
Experts from AVL explain how to overcome the most significant e-Axle, powertrain, and vehicle testing challenges and shorten development time.
BASF’s Chris Korson explains the benefits of using composite chassis solutions in modern vehicles, especially when developing electric vehicle architectures.