Application Track 1
xEV Battery Technology, Application, & Market
31 January – 1 February 2018 | Congress Centrum Mainz | Mainz, Germany
No longer able to meet the tightening government emission regulations with conventional diesel and gasoline engines, automakers have accelerated the development of their xEV offerings to meet the more stringent upcoming regulations. Without clarity regarding the customers’ interest in these vehicles, developers are spreading their bets on multiple architectures—mild and strong hybrids, plug-in hybrids, battery and fuel-cell electric vehicles (with various driving ranges)—striving to meet the regulations at a cost they can pass to their customers. Consequently, while the expanding xEV market is alluring, the supply chain—particularly the battery suppliers—is under strong pressure to enhance performance, reduce pricing, and help automakers to improve the vehicles’ value proposition and achieve profitability.
The wide range of energy-storage requirements for the many types of xEV architectures creates opportunities for multiple cell chemistries, and cell and pack designs. In this symposium, i) industry observers will discuss market drivers and trends, ii) xEV and xEV battery developers will discuss the chosen battery designs and present performance data for existing vehicles, iii) automakers will present vehicle development and energy-storage requirements for future micro, mild, and strong hybrid vehicles, as well as for PHEVS and EVs, and iv) energy-storage developers will present the latest achievements in meeting the requirements of the various xEV architectures, including performance and life.
SESSION CHAIR: Menahem Anderman, Ph.D., President, Total Battery Consulting, Inc.
Renault’s EV Strategy
Speaker to be Announced, Renault
Meeting Future California and US Federal Emission/ZEV Requirements
Robert Bienenfeld, Senior Manager, Environment and Energy Strategy, Product Regulatory Office, American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Development of EVs and EV Batteries in China
Mark Lu, Ph.D., Certified Senior Industrial Analyst, Industrial Economics & Knowledge Center (IEK), Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)
Vehicle Electrification: Is the Path to Mass Market Open?
Menahem Anderman, Ph.D., President, Total Battery Consulting, Inc.
SESSION CHAIR: Eckhard Karden, Ph.D., Technical Expert, Ford Aachen
Status and Technology of the New 48V System in the S-Class with Focus on the Battery
Onur Colhan, Daimler AG
Use of LTO Chemistry in Low-Voltage Systems
Koji Ishiwa, Senior Manager, Automotive Systems Division, Toshiba Infrastructure Systems & Solutions Corporation
Cell and Module Strategy for Low-Cost EV Powertrains
Thomas Soczka-Guth, Ph.D., Team Leader Research Li-ion Cell and Battery, Daimler AG
EV Battery Technology and Charging Strategies - An Optimization Approach
Roland Matthe, GM Technical Fellow Global Battery Systems & Manager Electrification Architecture, Adam Opel AG
Technical Challenges of the Battery for New-Generation EVs
Masato Origuchi, EV Battery Development Group Leader, Renault
Battery Pack Designs for Modern (PH)EV Architectures
Christoph Fehrenbacher, Managing Director, Europe, A123 Systems
Influence of Charge Protocols on the Battery Lifetime
Andreas Jossen, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Technical University Munich (TUM)
Enhancing Mileage, Lifetime and Safety by Predictive BMS Operation Strategy
Andreas Braun, Ph.D., Project Manager Battery, Engineering Center Ingolstadt, AVL Deutschland GmbH
Legal Aspects of High-Voltage Battery Systems
Juergen Wilhelmy, Audi AG
Changes to the Air Cargo Regulations for Lithium Ion Batteries
David Brennan, Assistant Director Cargo Safety & Standards, IATA
For more details on the conference, please contact:
Conference Chair, Advanced Automotive Battery Conference
Advisor, Cambridge EnerTech
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