Detailing Hybrid Powertrain Architecture Selection Strategies And The Latest Technological Advancements To Deliver System Efficiencies And Cost Reductions
The Hybrid Powertrain 2013: Component & System Level Technological Development Summit is the first dedicated hybrid powertrain technical forum in Europe.
Hosting 20+ senior hybrid powertrain experts, you will hear highly detailed and engineering focused briefings on achieving the optimal balance between cost, performance and commercial viability.
Delivering 70% technical and 30% strategic insights, you will benefit from briefings scrutinising technological component developments including battery, motor, engine, transmission, inverter and supercapacitors analysis, plus systems level issues including integration, packaging, control systems and thermal management.
Day one opens with detailed analysis of the different hybrid arrangements, including the pressure points affecting their development. We then break down into component level analysis on key electrical elements including the battery, motor, inverter and supercapacitor assessing the need to balance cost against performance potentials. Day one concludes with an analysis of the alternatives to electrification for hybridisation such as hybrid air and fuel cells.
Day two begins by assessing the impact of customer usage data on hybrid selection and development. A case study on luxury segment hybrid applications follows with evaluation of trickle down technical developmentl. We then investigatesystem level efficiency, integration and packaging. The latest advancements with traditional powertrain elements, the transmission and internal combustion engine, are then studied for efficiency gains. Important discussions on emission legislation development across global markets, draws the summit to a close.