Advanced Automotive Battery Conference
May 17 – 21, 2010 - Omni Orlando Resort, Orlando, Florida
AABC 2010 – Highlight
AABC and Symposia provide a unique forum where the directions of automotive power system technology are revealed by some of its most influential players. Robert Spotnitz, Battery Design, led discussions focused on design trade-offs for lithium-ion batteries.Professor Martin Winters reviewed the latest developments in Li-ion battery materials.Eric Darcy described how NASA qualifies commercial off-the-shelf lithium-ion cells for space missions and identifies potentially bad cells.Youngjoon Shin, LG Chem, explained the advantages of pouch cell design.Joe LoGrasso, GM, and Ted Miller, Ford, provided perspective from automakers on battery design for maximum reliability.Menahem Anderman greets Kazuo Tojima, Toyota, and Jun Furukawa, Furukawa Battery Co., at the Delegates' Dinner attended by over 700 participants.
Orlando became the epicenter of the hybrid and electric vehicle world at the Advanced Automotive Battery & EC Capacitor Conference, May 17 – 21, 2010. AABC-10 brought together over 900 attendees, a critical mass of knowledgeable industry insiders that stimulated the voicing of experiences and opinions. This international forum gave attendees valuable insights into the emerging industry of advanced batteries and advanced vehicles. Participants ranged from the leading developers of vehicles, automotive systems batteries and batteries material and manufacturing equipment, to government officials and academics. AABC, renowned as a global meeting place, hosted networking events in Orlando that included 95 exhibiting companies, a dynamic representation of advanced-vehicle and battery professionals, their suppliers, and related stakeholders.
This year’s AABC capped a decade of its high level industry conferences, with possibly the best content and networking opportunities ever. We would like to thank our delegates, speakers, sponsors, exhibitors and poster presenters for the quality of their contributions.
If you were unable to attend AABC 2010, you can now order copies of the AABC 2010 Conference and Symposia Proceedings.