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International EV Batteries 2017: Cost-Effective Engineering for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

Discount for LowCVP members
Date:  21 Nov 2017 - 22 Nov 2017
Time:  09:00-17:30
Website:  events.imeche.org/ViewEvent?code=CMP6551
Contact:  T: +44 (0)207 973 1251 E: eventenquiries@imeche.org
Location:   London
Full Address:

Twickenham Stadium, TW2 7BA, London



2017-11-21 09:00 2017-11-2217:30 Europe/London
Following announcements that both industry and government are preparing for an electric future, International EV Batteries 2017 will bring cutting-edge technical updates from OEMs, researchers and regulators. The event will provide an opportunity to hear from mechanical engineers on how they are cost-effectively increasing range, enhancing performance and improving durability of electric and hybrid vehicles. Event discounts are available for LowCVP members.
Following announcements that both industry and government are preparing for an electric future, International EV Batteries 2017 will bring cutting-edge technical updates from OEMs, researchers and regulators. The event will provide an opportunity to hear from mechanical engineers on how they are cost-effectively increasing range, enhancing performance and improving durability of electric and hybrid vehicles. Event discounts are available for LowCVP members.
Following announcements that both industry and government are preparing for an electric future, International EV Batteries 2017 will bring cutting-edge technical updates from OEMs, researchers and regulators. The event will provide an opportunity to hear from mechanical engineers on how they are cost-effectively increasing range, enhancing performance and improving durability of electric and hybrid vehicles. Event discounts are available for LowCVP members.
 
Vehicle manufacturers have rapidly raised the bar of their hybrid and electric vehicles ranges. This means exciting new approaches are being developed, from design of new technologies all the way through to manufacturing and integration.
 
Join thought leaders including Jaguar Land Rover, Mitsubishi and Audi AG as they reveal their engineering approaches to industry challenges. Both national and international regulators, including the European Commission, explain how they are shaping the rapidly evolving market. Learn how the Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) are driving new UK efforts to make the UK a world leader for battery technologies. Engage with experts across the batteries industry, at speed networking and arranging one-to-one meetings using our unique networking tool.
 
Attend this conference to:
  • Understand the latest developments and approaches to battery design, development and integration in electric and hybrid vehicles
  • Hear from leading automotive OEMs including Mitsubishi, Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover on their engineering approaches to technical challenges
  • Remain compliant with an update on the standards and regulations for lithium ion battery safety from the European Commission
  • Gain insight into government plans to establish the UK as a world leader in battery technology from the Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV)
  • Network with colleagues, peers and industry innovators from across the hybrid and electric vehicle sector
Key programme highlights:
  • The European Commission will share unique insights behind the standards and regulations for lithium ion battery safety
  • Hear a keynote address from the Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) who will reveal how the UK is leading race to zero emissions
  • Find out how Williams Advanced Engineering are innovating high performance batteries and how this can contribute to the mass adoption of electric vehicles
  • Nissan Motors Manufacturing discuss approaches to mass production of lithium ion batteries
  • Understand the latest developments in fast charging systems from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Key speakers include:
  • Bob Moran, Deputy Head, Office for Low Emission Vehicles
  • Vanesa Ruiz, Programme Officer - Scientific Research, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) – Directorate for Energy Transport & Climate
  • Marco Thömmes, Head of Development Functions/Electronic Modules HV-Battery Storage Systems, Audi AG
  • Daniel Gribben, Senior Engineer, Nissan Motors Manufacturing UK
  • Uwe Likar, Senior Manager, Advanced Engineering Planning, Mitsubishi Motor R&D Europe

LowCVP members can book this event at the IMechE member rate.

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Following announcements that both industry and government are preparing for an electric future, International EV Batteries 2017 will bring cutting-edge technical updates from OEMs, researchers and regulators. The event will provide an opportunity to hear from mechanical engineers on how they are cost-effectively increasing range, enhancing performance and improving durability of electric and hybrid vehicles. Event discounts are available for LowCVP members.
 
Vehicle manufacturers have rapidly raised the bar of their hybrid and electric vehicles ranges. This means exciting new approaches are being developed, from design of new technologies all the way through to manufacturing and integration.
 
Join thought leaders including Jaguar Land Rover, Mitsubishi and Audi AG as they reveal their engineering approaches to industry challenges. Both national and international regulators, including the European Commission, explain how they are shaping the rapidly evolving market. Learn how the Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) are driving new UK efforts to make the UK a world leader for battery technologies. Engage with experts across the batteries industry, at speed networking and arranging one-to-one meetings using our unique networking tool.
 
Attend this conference to:
  • Understand the latest developments and approaches to battery design, development and integration in electric and hybrid vehicles
  • Hear from leading automotive OEMs including Mitsubishi, Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover on their engineering approaches to technical challenges
  • Remain compliant with an update on the standards and regulations for lithium ion battery safety from the European Commission
  • Gain insight into government plans to establish the UK as a world leader in battery technology from the Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV)
  • Network with colleagues, peers and industry innovators from across the hybrid and electric vehicle sector
Key programme highlights:
  • The European Commission will share unique insights behind the standards and regulations for lithium ion battery safety
  • Hear a keynote address from the Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) who will reveal how the UK is leading race to zero emissions
  • Find out how Williams Advanced Engineering are innovating high performance batteries and how this can contribute to the mass adoption of electric vehicles
  • Nissan Motors Manufacturing discuss approaches to mass production of lithium ion batteries
  • Understand the latest developments in fast charging systems from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Key speakers include:
  • Bob Moran, Deputy Head, Office for Low Emission Vehicles
  • Vanesa Ruiz, Programme Officer - Scientific Research, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) – Directorate for Energy Transport & Climate
  • Marco Thömmes, Head of Development Functions/Electronic Modules HV-Battery Storage Systems, Audi AG
  • Daniel Gribben, Senior Engineer, Nissan Motors Manufacturing UK
  • Uwe Likar, Senior Manager, Advanced Engineering Planning, Mitsubishi Motor R&D Europe

LowCVP members can book this event at the IMechE member rate.







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