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 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.
Garrett’s Stephane Strahm and Ondřej Šantin introduce a non-linear model predictive control (NMPC) framework and explain how it can help OEMs expedite their fuel-to-electrification journey.
AVL’s Dr Reinhard Tatschl and Dr Christoph Pötsch present a multi-physical system simulation solution that offers detailed insight into a PEM fuel cell.
AVL experts present a game-changing test environment where the battery and e-motor are replaced with emulators, which are controlled from a powerful automation system.
Experts from AVL explain how to overcome the most significant fuel cell and electrolyzer testing challenges.
Dr Marius Walters and Alexander Koch share details of FEV’s Toyota Mirai 2 fuel cell vehicle (FCV) benchmarking study.
AVL’s Wolfgang Fritz evaluates the Mirai 2’s fuel cell technology and overall performance and discusses how it measures up to its rivals and state-of-the-art BEVs.
AVL experts explain how to use advanced simulation solutions to support PEM fuel cell development, from concept to calibration.
AVL experts discuss the broader aspects around emitting CO2, including CO2 pricing, in the context of the energy and mobility sector.
AVL’s Xaver Ryppa and Vitaly Biniyaminov discuss how lab management solutions can help optimize testing infrastructure requirements for maximum efficiency and productivity.
AVL experts explain how to improve product qualification using an innovative End of Line (EOL) test data analysis approach.
IAV experts discuss the importance, variety, complexity and challenges of hydrogen storage systems for different vehicle applications.
AVL experts demonstrate how to employ a model-based lean development process to manage the best cost – performance – lifetime – packaging trade-off.
Dr. Michael Harenbrock of MANN+HUMMEL demonstrates a market product approach for BoP components in the cathode air path and cooling loop.
AVL experts outline a multi-faceted approach to fuel cell development, which increases efficiency by enabling an optimal balance of physical and virtualized testing and validation.
Kurt Engeljehringer shares details of AVL’s free Emission & Energy Testing Handbook, which aims to help engineers understand and navigate this complex topic.
AVL’s Stefan Trojer and Christian Santer discuss software and hardware safety concepts that, when implemented, can help pave the way for mass adoption of FCEVs.
AVL experts explore how and where solid oxide cell technology technology is applied and how stakeholders can utilize it to accelerate system development.
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.