BASF’s Ivy Fang and SweeJin Saw examine the importance of compact and durable design when overcoming challenges in modern electric vehicle propulsion development.
Experts from HORIBA MIRA, Bugatti, Arrival, Tesla and Lotus discuss how to solve the challenges posed in developing the complex and interconnected systems in the electric vehicle era.
AVL’s Vittal Bandi and Kieran McAleer explain how to virtualize more of the vehicle development process, from integrating models and virtual ECUs to executing defined test cases across all environments.
Experts from AVL explain how to use a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solution to ensure consistent and reliable results and expedite the automotive aerodynamics design process.
Experts from AVL explain how to overcome the most significant e-Axle, powertrain, and vehicle testing challenges and shorten development time.
Bob Zollo of Keysight Technologies presents new technologies for detecting and modelling defect structures to increase cell quality and higher manufacturing yield.
BASF’s Chris Korson explains the benefits of using composite chassis solutions in modern vehicles, especially when developing electric vehicle architectures.
Experts from NNG, INRIX, and what3words present NNG iGO.Live, a navigation platform for on- and off-line mobility use cases.
DSD’s Rob Hoffman and Jared McDowell explain how to couple a design and simulation process with development testing tools and equipment to create a faster pathway to successful electric propulsion system lubrication.
VI-grade’s Christoph Ortmann explains how to enhance the system engineering process for vehicle development using an HiL solution for automotive applications.
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.
Craig Brown and Erich Meier of Method Park by UL discuss the importance of a trusted and agile process in keeping up with the pace of automotive innovation.
Sasken’s Amol Kulkarni explains how the charging infrastructure players and OEMs with dedicated charging networks can use a modular and adaptable framework to facilitate smart charging and EV roaming.
MAHLE Powertrain’s Mike Bassett and Adrian Cooper discuss the company’s comprehensive approach to the design and development of battery packs optimised for challenging applications.
Alexander Stock of HBK – Hottinger Brüel & Kjær presents a power analyzer for electric drives calculating power, RMS, cosϕ, and efficiency during steady-state and transient operation.
Masuo Okuda and Masashi Tsubota of Renesas present innovative software solutions for xEV battery management and inverter systems.
Trinseo’s experts discuss how customized lithium-ion battery binders can impact the anode coating properties, cell manufacturing processes, and battery performance.
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.