KPIT experts explain how automotive OEMs can employ a system engineering-based approach to optimize their xEV powertrain strategy and shorten the overall development cycle.
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.
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.
Bence Falvy of Drive System Design uses ePOP to demonstrate how cross-platform optimisation can help manufacturers create cost-effective product strategies across a variety of target EV segments.
Srinivas Polavarapu and Frank Schulte of dSPACE explore solutions for virtual test environments, sensor simulation, and the integration of software under test.
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 explain how to improve product qualification using an innovative End of Line (EOL) test data analysis approach.
Hubert Friedl and Christian Hubmann explain how to use AVL’s advanced toolchain to develop electrified 2-wheelers that will meet customer requirements.
MAZARO Co-Founder and Director Filip De Mazière explains how the company’s innovative transmission technology makes hybrid and electric vehicles 11-19% more efficient.
AVL experts discuss a virtual solution that uses CFD and MBD simulation to predict cylinder liner cavitation and its consequences.
MAHLE Powertrain’s Adrian Cooper and Dr Mike Bassett demonstrate the capability of the company’s passive MJI system to enable whole map λ=1 operation.
AVL experts explain how to simulate the dynamic behaviour and NVH response of transmissions and electric axles.
Experts from Drive System Design present a highly accessible, unique and independent methodology that helps to optimise, de-risk and future-proof electrified powertrain architecture selection.
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.
Experts from Ricardo demonstrate the company’s enhanced transmission design toolset and outline a real-world application for hybrid drivelines.