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Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Conference

9/13/2016 to 9/15/2016
When: Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Where: Suburban Collection Showplace - Halls A-B-C
46100 Grand River Avenue
Novi, Michigan 
United States
Contact: Mindy Emsley
1 855 436 8683

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Welcome to the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Conference 2016!

The Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Conference returns to Michigan for an unrivaled knowledge-sharing and networking experience alongside the largest supply chain exhibition of its kind in North America.  Now in its fourth consecutive year, the conference provides critical insight from the market’s leading Tier 1 suppliers, as well as passenger car, transport, heavy-duty, off-highway and industrial vehicle OEMs discussing emerging technology trends and how to develop product strategies and technical roadmaps to meet regulatory and emissions requirements. The conference also examines the impact of emerging technologies and components on improving the efficiency and lowering the cost of electric and hybrid vehicle engineering.

The conference is co-located with market-leading event, The Battery Show. Widely acknowledged as the meeting place for the North American energy storage industry, The Battery Show attracts thought leaders and experienced professionals from across the battery supply chain, as well as key verticals including automotive, grid power and consumer electronics. 

Key topics to be addressed include:

  • Light duty hybrid and EV technologies
  • Heavy duty hybrid technologies
  • Electric and hybrid bus platforms and engineering
  • Electrification and hybridization technologies for off road vehicles
  • Technology integration across multiple platforms
  • Energy efficient systems
  • Electric boost assist and electric turbo charging
  • Drivetrain specification and design approaches
  • Technology selection considerations
  • Automotive battery trends
  • XEV battery pack design
  • Low voltage architectures
  • Improving manufacturing
  • Next generation materials
  • Beyond Li-ion
  • Scaling and commercializing new technologies
  • Recycling and second life