MAHLE Powertrain’s Dr Mike Bassett and Jonathan Hall present a low storage-capacity battery pack that utilises a novel battery cell technology to enable ultra-fast charging of electric urban delivery vehicles.
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.
Elektrobit and Qualcomm experts explain how to use intelligent and modular combinations of hardware and software to provide an up-to-date user experience for vehicle occupants.
Experts from FEV discuss a host of EV-specific NVH considerations, ranging from occupant comfort to pedestrian safety across a full complement of on-road vehicles.
AVL’s Dr. Nikolaus Keuth and Robert Binder present the company’s upcoming CONCERTO 5 R6 release, a data analytics solution designed to accelerate the development of e-powertrains and components.
Experts from Drive System Design explain how the company’s Open Platform Inverter enables the fast and efficient development of motor control systems from initial concept to production.
BASF’s Johanna Wallot, Sven Fleischmann, and William Thorne present a revolutionary metal injection molding feedstock that enables cost-effective production of geometrically sophisticated devices on conventional machines.
Paul Burrows and Dr Dmitrij Walter of Manz discuss the challenges of high-volume automotive electronics assembly and the increased opportunities for laser welding to replace fastening or other welding technologies.
Sasken’s Shantanu Das explains how OEMs can expedite their connected vehicle data monetization journey.
Quectel’s Manfred Lindacher presents an automotive roadmap update to help automakers and suppliers plan their future products.
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.
Experts from Sundberg-Ferar discuss the proprietary techniques and design process behind the walking car concepts that took the world by storm at CES 2019 and again in February 2021.
Dow’s Bill Johnson and Andres Posada explain how modern automotive sealants have evolved with the market to enable the mobility revolution.
ESCRYPT experts Joe Cusumano and John McShane discuss automotive-specific fuzzing, a robust testing technique that unmasks hidden security risks in automotive systems.
Dr Thomas Rühle of BASF presents lubricant technologies for electric vehicle applications designed to meet and exceed requirements like high thermal resistance and copper corrosion protection.
Juri De Rooster and David Catto of Austin Consultants present an EV test platform designed to help stakeholders make critical technology decisions that will define their competitive status in the market.
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.
ESCRYPT’s Rohan Pandit and Suraj Ramachandrappa discuss future market trends and requirements regarding the HSM in the automotive cybersecurity domain towards next-generation vehicle E/E architectures.
Garrett’s Peter Davies explains how TwoStage compression and interstage cooling can lead to significant fuel economy from a high-power density gasoline engine in a heavily hybridized vehicle.
BASF’s Thomas Bayerl and SweeJin Saw present new material trends and specifications that are becoming key performance factors for electrified powertrains.