Datwyler’s Dr. Katherine Zhang discusses innovations in new mobility battery applications, from critical sealing solutions to effective thermal management.
Stefan Dreifke from Keysight Technologies explains how to improve the design and operation of your electric vehicle battery test lab.
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’s Stefan Pfragner and Christian Juwan present findings from their BMW iX benchmark study, which links technology to the vehicle’s strengths and highlights the end-consumer benefits.
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.
Experts from AVL discuss existing battery validation challenges and explain how intelligent automation can make the testing process much more efficient.
Keysight’s Jens Schmutzler explains how to keep up with new test challenges and evolving conformance standards in a complex EV ecosystem.
Industry experts discuss the requirements, technologies, and challenges in developing electric vehicles to meet the needs of diverse automotive applications.
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.
HBK’s Alexander Stock provides insight into the influence, determination, and propagation of measurement uncertainty in electric vehicle development.
Luka Spoljaric explains how Rimac Technology brings this capability to its supercars using the HiveMQ MQTT broker.
Assaf Harel of Karamba Security provides unique insight into the Battery Management System (BMS), a critical vehicle component with significant risks ranging from intellectual property theft to human safety.
Renesas experts explain how an xEV inverter application model and software control the motor, reducing software development time and effort.
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.
Bob Zollo of Keysight Technologies presents new technologies for detecting and modelling defect structures to increase cell quality and higher manufacturing yield.
BASF’s Chris Korson explains the benefits of using composite chassis solutions in modern vehicles, especially when developing electric vehicle architectures.
VI-grade’s Christoph Ortmann explains how to enhance the system engineering process for vehicle development using an HiL solution for automotive applications.
AVL’s Nikolaus Keuth and Gerhard Schagerl present a data-driven methodology and related big data toolchain to create better insights and make the vehicle development process more efficient.
MAHLE Powertrain’s Mike Bassett and Adrian Cooper discuss the company’s comprehensive approach to the design and development of battery packs optimised for challenging applications.