The 2019 SAE Thermal Management Systems Symposium (TMSS) is the premier convening point for forward-thinking engineers, executives, OEMs, and academia to collaborate and hear presentations on a range of the latest developing technologies, regulations, and applications for thermal management systems. Join us in Plymouth, MI, for two-and-a-half days of expert-led discussions—which will highlight the strategies and pathways to regulatory compliance—peer-to-peer networking, professional development opportunities, and a technology-driven exhibit floor. From the direction of the industry and technologies under development to regulatory impacts and efficiency improvements, TMSS covers the latest and most critical need-to-know information impacting global thermal management today and in the future.
TMSS is where industry comes together to discuss the latest regulatory impacts and applications to reduce engine emissions, conserve energy, reduce noise, improve the cabin environment, and increase overall vehicle performance in the passenger and commercial vehicle industry.
Engage the Thermal Management Industry's Most Powerful Audience
With the acceleration of new vehicle powertrains and continually evolving worldwide regulations, the need to understand how to handle vehicle heating and cooling has become a vital issue in the mobility industry like never before. This symposium represents an ideal opportunity to collaborate in-person with other thermal management professionals from OEMs, academia, chemical companies, and more, on these very important topics.
Place your brand, products, and services in front of the leading thermal management authorities and decision-makers throughout the passenger and commercial vehicle industry. The Thermal Management Systems Symposium is a growing exhibit opportunity that you can’t afford to miss!
Why Should You Attend?
Attendees—ranging from engineers to industry executives—learn valuable solutions and strategies on how to navigate current and future thermal management challenges and needs related to the following examples and much more:
Regulations dictating changes to vehicle performance and emission release.
HEV’s, EV’s PHEV’s, FCV’s and automated vehicles.
Industry standards to define increased load on the engine of a vehicle due to air conditioner usage, which reduces fuel efficiency and increases CO2 emissions.
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