Hybrid electric vehicle innovation virtual summit

Nick Molden, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Emissions Analytics | LinkedIn

Jamie Hamilton, Director, Monitor Deloitte | LinkedIn

Jan-Hendrik Kettemann, Manager New Business Development, Freudenberg Performance Materials | LinkedIn

Tobias Speth, Sales Manager and Application Engineer, Freudenberg Performance Materials | LinkedIn

Dr Phil Roberts, Technical Specialist - Propulsion Research & Development, HORIBA MIRA | LinkedIn

Steve Whelan, Global Applications Centre Lead, Emissions, HORIBA MIRA | LinkedIn

Dr Alex Mason, Senior Engineer, Emissions R&D, HORIBA MIRA | LinkedIn

Leo Breton, Technology Development Director, HORIBA Instruments | LinkedIn

Filip De Mazière, Co-Founder and Director, MAZARO

Virtual Summit. Five Webinars. One Day.

Hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) technology are playing a crucial role in helping vehicle manufacturers improve fuel economy and achieve increasingly strict emission standards.

This virtual summit will bring together the world’s leading experts to help you understand the technologies and trends that are shaping the evolution of the HEV and PHEV.

By registering, you’ll gain free access to all five webinars, each of which will feature a presentation followed by a question and answer session. We’ll keep you informed of the webinar topics and presenters as and when they are confirmed, and you’ll also receive the slides and a video recording after each webinar has finished.


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Schedule

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

SCHRӦDINGER'S CAR: THE PLUG-IN HYBRID CONUNDRUM
Time: 5am Detroit | 10am Stuttgart | 2.30pm Mumbai | 6pm Tokyo

Emissions Analytics Founder and CEO Nick Molden provides unique insight into the real-world CO2 emissions of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and explains why they represent a risky route to meeting carbon reduction goals.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Are PHEVs a rapid and practical route to carbon dioxide reduction, or a risky diversion from other more promising types of powertrain?
  • Many vehicles are being launched with CO2 emissions below 49g/km on the WLTP cycle, to gain CO2 supercredits and tax advantages.
  • What does independent real-world testing tell us happens in practice?
  • Are the advantages of PHEVs correctly represented in manufacturer marketing?
  • How technology-neutral AIR Index ratings can help demystify the situation.

 

ELECTRIC VEHICLES - SETTING A COURSE FOR 2030
Time: 6am Detroit | 11am Stuttgart | 3.30pm Mumbai | 7pm Tokyo

In the last two years, the electric vehicle market has made great strides as OEMs have invested billions in delivering new electrified models, consumer attitudes have evolved, and Government interventions have pushed forward and pulled back. But then COVID-19 completely disrupted global sales and manufacturing.

In this presentation, Deloitte‘s Dr Jamie Hamilton discusses the global market outlook for electric vehicles in the period to 2030 and the barriers that stakeholders must overcome to enable mass adoption.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Overview of the global market for PHEVs, BEVs, and FCEVs in the period to 2030
  • Understand the barriers that stakeholders must overcome to enable the mass adoption of electrified vehicles
  • Q&A session

 

HOW FRICTION ENHANCEMENT ENABLES LIGHTWEIGHT CONSTRUCTION FOR LOWER FUEL CONSUMPTION AND FEWER EMISSIONS
Time: 9am Detroit | 2pm Stuttgart | 6.30pm Mumbai | 10pm Tokyo

Freudenberg‘s Jan-Hendrik Kettemann and Tobias Speth explain how the company’s Friction Inserts enable superior efficiency with lighter components by transmitting higher forces into the joints of engine, powertrain or chassis components.

In particular, participants will gain deep insight into the possibilities in shaft-hub and shaft-to-shaft connections.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Understanding friction enhancement
  • Delivering higher performance with smaller and lighter parts
  • Securing connections stressed by higher performance requirements
  • Reducing noise and vibrations | Contributing to shared-parts strategies

 

RDE PLUS – A ROAD TO RIG VEHICLE AND POWERTRAIN DEVELOPMENT METHODOLOGY FOR COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT AND FUTURE EMISSIONS REGULATIONS
Time: 10am Detroit | 3pm Stuttgart | 7.30pm Mumbai | 11pm Tokyo

Experts from HORIBA discuss RDE+, a frontloading programme utilising road, chassis and powertrain methodologies. Combined with state-of-the-art environmental emulation hardware and virtual vehicles, routes and driver toolsets, real-world driving scenarios, irrespective of the propulsion technology, can be deployed before prototype vehicles and real-world testing are required.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Introduction to RDE+
  • How RDE+ is structured: RDE+ ROAD, RDE+ CHASSIS, RDE+ POWER and RDE+ VIRTUAL
  • How we do it: Replication, Emulation, Simulation and Automation
  • What we have done so far: Road to Chassis, Road to Engine and deployment of Virtual Tools

 

GAME-CHANGING TRANSMISSION TECHNOLOGY FOR SIGNIFICANT EFFICIENCY GAINS AND PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT IN HEVS
Time: 11am Detroit | 4pm Stuttgart | 8.30pm Mumbai | 12am Tokyo (+1 day)

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, less polluting and better performing.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Overview of MAZARO’s disruptive transmission technology
  • How to achieve significant energy, emission and cost savings in vehicles with a dynamic driving style such as inter-regional buses and trucks, tractors, delivery vans, off-highway vehicles and passenger cars
  • Question and answer session

 


Meet the experts

Nick Molden

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Emissions Analytics

Jamie Hamilton

Director, Monitor Deloitte

Jan-Hendrik Kettemann

Manager New Business Development, Freudenberg Performance Materials

Tobias Speth

Sales Manager and Application Engineer, Freudenberg Performance Materials

Dr Phil Roberts

Technical Specialist - Propulsion Research & Development, HORIBA MIRA

Steve Whelan

Global Applications Centre Lead, Emissions, HORIBA MIRA

Dr Alex Mason

Senior Engineer, Emissions R&D, HORIBA MIRA

Leo Breton

Technology Development Director, HORIBA Instruments

Filip De Mazière

Co-Founder and Director, MAZARO