Stéphane Turlier of Electra Vehicles and NXP’s Maciek Krawczyk discuss current and future considerations for EV battery packs and management systems.
NXP’s Erik Santiago and Angela Bernal Pinzon propose a safety concept for HV-LV power converters that increases availability without full redundancy.
NXP’s Baptiste Vignasse and Jérôme Dietsch explain how to increase fault tolerance and maintain motor control functionality if failure occurs.
Assaf Harel of Karamba Security, Bill Mazzara of Stellantis and Rohan Singla of ChargePoint provide unique insight into ISO/SAE 21434 compliance in the electric vehicle industry.
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.
Keysight’s Jens Schmutzler explains how to keep up with new test challenges and evolving conformance standards in a complex EV ecosystem.
Experts from NNG and Widesense explain how automakers can reduce time to market, lower infrastructure and operational costs, and create EV-first guidance and routing solutions to create exceptional driving experiences.
Industry experts discuss the requirements, technologies, and challenges in developing electric vehicles to meet the needs of diverse automotive applications.
Bob Zollo of Keysight Technologies presents new technologies for detecting and modelling defect structures to increase cell quality and higher manufacturing yield.
Experts from NNG, INRIX, and what3words present NNG iGO.Live, a navigation platform for on- and off-line mobility use cases.
Sasken’s Amol Kulkarni explains how the charging infrastructure players and OEMs with dedicated charging networks can use a modular and adaptable framework to facilitate smart charging and EV roaming.
UL explains the current United States federal test requirements for light-duty electric vehicle range and energy consumption and how EVs have a distinct advantage in governmental compliance.
Andreas Nixdorf and Patrick Frey of BASF present material trends and key products for electric vehicle wall boxes and charging stations.
Roland Berger’s Dr Wolfgang Bernhart and Tim Hotz discuss different approaches to mitigate electric vehicle Li-Ion battery supply, cost and sustainability risks.
Roland Berger’s Dr Wolfgang Bernhart and Dennis Gallus discuss existing and future challenges and risks in the Lithium-Ion battery ecosystem.
MAHLE Powertrain’s Dr Mike Bassett and Jonathan Hall present a low storage-capacity battery pack that utilises a novel battery cell technology to enable ultra-fast charging of electric urban delivery vehicles.
Hubject CEO Christian Hahn and Simon Vogt of &Charge explain how stakeholders can deliver a customer experience fit for the burgeoning market for electric vehicles.
Jan Schwarz of dSPACE explains how to test complex, high frequency and voltage controllers and provides insight into how major engineering companies verify and validate.
AVL’s Jürgen Schneider and Dr Jan Richter of Batemo explain how to balance trade-offs and cope with high levels of complexity through early-stage development methods that utilise extensive battery pack design studies.
Experts from AVL and Batemo deliver a technical deep dive on the pros and cons of different EV battery formats and shares insight from opening and physically modelling a large variety of automotive cells.