Ricardo experts discuss how a connected electronic horizon can improve energy efficiency, enable enhanced assistive controls for greater comfort and smart planning for zero emissions in urban areas.
FEV’s Daniel Guse discusses the role of virtual calibration and evaluation methods in the development of future powertrain and vehicle concepts.
AVL experts provide an overview of the power measurement capabilities of the AVL X-ion™ e-power analyzer on an inverter testbed.
FEV’s Dr Jörg Kaiser discusses a combined simulation and testing process for the optimization of the thermal propagation behaviour in EV battery packs.
Experts from AVL discuss the company’s virtual Hybrid Engine Test System, which offers a transparent method to increase development efficiency using real-time simulation and a harmonized calibration toolchain.
FEV’s Dieter van der Put presents technological requirements and pathways to achieve upcoming heavy-duty CO2 targets.
Experts from AVL discuss the impact of Post-Euro-6 emission regulations on vehicle and engine R&D emission testing.
Experts from AVL provide an overview of the effects of Post Euro-6 emission regulations on chassis dyno measurements.
Experts from more than ten companies provide unique insight and solutions for battery pack engineering and production.
AVL’s Martin Rothbart and Josef Schwaiger explain how hydrogen can be used for green energy storage, and the role it can play in ramping up a CO2-neutral transportation sector.
AVL’s Kurt Engeljehringer provides unique insight into how Post Euro-6 emission testing can be done today.
Experts from OpenSynergy provides unique insight into the company’s hypervisor platform for microcontrollers.
MAHLE Powertrain’s David Pates discusses the company’s Modular Hybrid Powertrain, which bridges the gap between conventional IC engines and full battery electric systems.
Teraki’s Daniel Richart and Geert-Jan van Nunen discuss how the company enables use cases for connected and autonomous vehicles.
AVL’s Oliver Knaus discusses eSUITE, the company’s tailored simulation solutions for engineers developing electric and hybrid electric vehicle technology.
FEV’s Dr. Michael Stapelbroek discusses the company’s new modular, high-performance battery system for hybrid vehicles.
Experts from Ricardo discuss the future emissions challenges and solutions for Euro 7 (passenger car) and Euro VII (heavy-duty vehicles) regulations.
Experts from Ricardo demonstrate the company’s enhanced transmission design toolset and outline a real-world application for hybrid drivelines.
Ricardo’s Richard Osborne and Roscoe Sellers discuss how ultra-high efficiency engines can be developed for hybrid applications.
Ricardo’s Joshua Dalby and Richard Gordon present the company’s system optimisation methods utilising an integrated co-simulation approach, known as IMBD.