BASF’s Dr. Sandra König and SweeJin Saw present a selection of future-proof technologies and solutions that are helping to make the electric vehicle safe and efficient.
AVL experts explain what advanced methodologies, tools and facilities can be used to efficiently test and validate state-of-the-art electric vehicle drivelines.
AVL experts present details of a highly efficient two-speed e-axle system, which reduces costs and improves performance in SUV and light-duty BEV applications.
Experts from OpenSynergy and LDRA discuss the inherent security of a virtualized architecture, and how that strength can be underpinned by applying secure development techniques to code that handles data passed between processes.
Garrett’s Dr. Jaroslav Pekař explains how to unlock benefits for vehicle performance, energy or health control and monitoring using a predictive optimization approach.
Kurt Engeljehringer shares details of AVL’s free Emission & Energy Testing Handbook, which aims to help engineers understand and navigate this complex topic.
Experts from Dow MobilityScience™ discuss how material science can help vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers lower the environmental footprint of vehicles.
EB’s Roman Iseler explains how to overcome communication problems by integrating Vehicle-to-Grid software stacks into the AUTOSAR architecture.
FEV’s Andreas Mayer and Joel Deussen discuss current trends and future developments for inverter technology and electric motors.
AVL experts explore how and where solid oxide cell technology technology is applied and how stakeholders can utilize it to accelerate system development.
Intertek’s Dave Meek discusses the many lessons the company has learned from testing high-performance electric vehicle traction motors.
AVL experts discuss the challenges the automotive industry faces regarding battery safety and how to tackle them by efficiently combining testing and simulation.
Marvin Kroeger of Keysight highlights EV testing pain points and strategies to overcome them while efficiently balancing the investment of money, time, and resources within the test lab.
HORIBA MIRA experts explain how disruptive influences are shaping how we will validate electric vehicle battery systems in the future.
AVL’s Georg Schrank introduces a methodology that helps engineers assess and develop a driving dynamics solution that makes the BEV feel lightweight, even when equipped with the heaviest batteries.
Experts from AVL discuss their approach to PEM fuel cell stack and system design for new applications and explain how to use an integrated simulation toolchain and testing ecosystem to develop better systems.
AVL experts explain how ecological and political factors are shaping the hydrogen economy.
Mario Greco of Novelis discusses the ultra-high-strength 7xxx series alloy, which offers a weight reduction potential of up to 40% over existing hot-formed steel solutions.
AVL’s Bernhard Brunnsteiner and Katja Brade discuss the challenges around battery lifetime prediction and some of the solutions on offer.
MAHLE Powertrain experts explain how to employ a virtual co-simulation approach to expedite the powertrain optimisation process.