Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo, the only trade show and conference exclusively dedicated to the drive train and power system in electric and hybrid vehicles, has announced Ford, General Motors, and Mercedes-Benz are among the key companies set to discuss the future of the battery and E/HV industry at the Sept. 13–15 event.
Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo is returning to the Suburban Collection Showcase in Novi, Michigan, co-located with the Battery Show, North America's largest and most comprehensive advanced battery technology event, chock-full of industry leading suppliers and a sold-out show floor. Exhibiting E/HV companies signed on to network and connect with attendees include Curtis Instruments, Danfoss, Henkel, Hongfa, Marsilli, Mitsubishi Chemical America, Odawara Automation, Oetiker Limited, Omni Powertrain and more.
“This year’s expertly curated four-track conference will feature a speaker lineup set to address all the latest topics and trends impacting the business of the drive train and power system in electric and hybrid vehicles,”stated Shamara Ray, Group Event Director, Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo. “As the EV industry booms, consumers are becoming increasingly interested in the future of electric and battery powered innovations. Our event is aimed to facilitate thought-provoking conversations and networking opportunities with the industry’s leading decision makers.”
Ray continued, “We are officially less than a month out from the September show—mark this event on your calendar as a must-attend.”
Select sessions can be found below:
Speaker: Charles Poon, Global Director of Electrified Systems Engineering, Ford Motor Company
Charles Poon is Ford’s Global Director for Electrified Systems Engineering, leading a diverse team of over 1,000 engineers located in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. His team is responsible for High Voltage Propulsion, Energy Storage, Power Conversion and Low Voltage Electrical Distribution systems with the goal of delivering world class electrified systems at best-in-class product development cycle times for all Ford’s global electrified platforms and vehicle lines.
Speaker: Alvaro Masias, Cell Technology Research Supervisor, Ford
- Discussion of existing and future automotive battery cell performance and requirements.
- Solid State Batteries hold great promise as a next generation technology for automotive, but remain an unproven technology.
- A review and comparison of Solid State Batteries with existing liquid Lithium Ion Batteries will be shown.
Speaker: Tobias Glossmann, Principal Systems Engineer, Mercedes-Benz R&D North America
Mercedes-Benz is continuously monitoring and investigating new technologies to find solutions that may improve system-level performance and sustainability. New technologies that have great advantages oftentimes come with properties that may appear problematic for vehicle battery integration. To accelerate the discussion and progress in the industry we would like to discuss some technologies and their opportunities and limitations in future EV battery packs.
Speaker: Tim Grewe, General Director Electrification Strategy and Cell Engineering, General Motors
Timothy (Tim) Grewe is the leader of General Motors’ global battery cell and electrification strategy. His responsibilities include battery cell production and next-generation electrification strategies. Tim joined GM as the chief engineer for the Allison Hybrid City Bus. His teams have launched multiple generations of GM electric propulsion systems including the GMC Hummer EV and an upcoming electric crossover from Cadillac.
- The mobile app for the event is now live and is available for download here.
- Register here to secure a pass and connect with 10,000-plus battery manufacturing and automotive professionals.
- Industry press are encouraged to register for this event; the press credential request form is accessible here.
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