Experts from Drive System Design explain how the company’s Open Platform Inverter enables the fast and efficient development of motor control systems from initial concept to production.
Paul Burrows and Dr Dmitrij Walter of Manz discuss the challenges of high-volume automotive electronics assembly and the increased opportunities for laser welding to replace fastening or other welding technologies.
Dr Thomas Rühle of BASF presents lubricant technologies for electric vehicle applications designed to meet and exceed requirements like high thermal resistance and copper corrosion protection.
Juri De Rooster and David Catto of Austin Consultants present an EV test platform designed to help stakeholders make critical technology decisions that will define their competitive status in the market.
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.
BASF’s Thomas Bayerl and SweeJin Saw present new material trends and specifications that are becoming key performance factors for electrified powertrains.
Neil McGregor of Ricardo and WorldAutoSteel’s George Coates showcase how steel solutions can address the challenges of developing MaaS vehicles that meet future mobility challenges.
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.
KPIT’s Naveen Manuel explains how OEMs can improve EV performance by leveraging an optimized battery pack with the appropriate cell chemistry.
AVL experts explain how virtual MiL and SiL integration environments can replace traditional vehicle integration and HiL tests.
MAHLE Powertrain’s James Miller and Owain Parry discuss the company’s comprehensive analysis and validation approach to help customers define and quickly appraise new battery design concepts.
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 experts present a series of tools that help OEMs and their suppliers achieve consumer acceptance and excitement in the areas of vehicle handling and ride comfort.
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 Novelis discuss innovations in the engineering of aluminium sheet intensive EV battery enclosures.
Dow and bdtronic discuss how the right dispensing equipment applying the very best material science can make all the difference to the production line and production time.
AVL’s Matthieu Clauet and Hongbo Sun explain customer pain points during the durability testing process and how to achieve optimum validation and development results using AI.
BASF’s Mark Staniford explains how the change of mobility will affect the car’s interior and compares today’s necessities with those of the future.
Mark White, Thorolf Schulte, and Jean-Philippe Masse discuss Alumobility’s latest aluminum auto body sheet study and how an aluminum b-pillar can save significant weight in a battery electric SUV.
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.