WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Meet Decision Makers From
European & International OEMs
Tier 1 & 2s
With The Following Job Titles:
- Group Chief Engineer
- Advanced Engineering
- Head of Vehicle Architecture
- Core Engineer Hybridization & Electrification
- Head of Research, Materials & Manufacturing
- Scientific & Future Technologies Department
- Electrification Project Engineer
- Group Product Director Hybrid & Electric Systems
- Director of Electrified Powertrain Engineering
- Chief Engineer - Battery Electric & Fuel Cell Vehicles
- BEV Global Lead Engineer
- Global Battery Systems Engineering
- GMPT Electrification
- Power Electronics Analyst
- Technical Manager - Innovation Management
- Automotive Engineering
- Hybrid & Electrification Technology
- Fuel Economy & Emission Control
- Future Tech Expert
- Hybrid System Knowledge Responsible
- Innovation & Technology Dev. Manager
- Environment Product Material Development
- New Model
- New Technology
- Senior Technical Leader
- Project Engineer - Material Section, Design, Test & Materials Engineering
- Chief Engineer & Executive Technical Leader - Energy Storage & HV Systems
- Electrification Projects Administrator
- Deputy General Manager
- HV Battery Technical Expert
- Project Lead - Quality Electric Vehicle Architecture
- Underbody Design Expert
- Body & Closure Engineer
- Hybrid System Knowledge Responsible
- Director of Engineering
- Materials & Technologies
- Lead Engineer, Body and Vehicle Crashworthiness CAE
- EV Architecture Lead
- EV Component & Energy Storage For EVs
Plus Industry Stakeholders From...
- Engineering Companies/Consultancies
- Thermal Systems & Components Suppliers - e.g. heat pump manufacturers
- Battery Manufacturers
- High Voltage Electronic Components Manufacturers
- Material Suppliers
- Design Software Suppliers
- *CAE Modelling
- *Automotive Design Simulation
- *Crash Simulation
- EV Battery Components Suppliers - e.g. switchers, inverters, AC/DC components
- EV Powertrain Systems & Components
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OPTIMAL ARCHITECTURE & BATTERY PLACEMENT FOR EVs:
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- Outside The Battery Case Including Power Electronics Components
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- Low Voltage Electronics Systems
- Drivetrain Including Motor And Transmission
BALANCING TRADE-OFFS IN EV SYSTEMS: Hear How To Balance The Trade-offs Between Range, Cost, Weight And Customer Needs
STRATEGIES FOR BATTERY SYSTEM INTEGRATION INTO BODY IN WHITE:Hear About Integration Strategies For Both New Build And Adapting Conventional Vehicle Platforms
THERMAL PERFORMANCE OPTIMISATION AND SYSTEM INTEGRATION: Explore Advanced Solutions To Optimise Thermal Performance Of EV Systems