New 25+ Presentations

New interactive activities and more networking than ever

30+ Presenters and moderators

New focus day on 3-voltage networks





Poster sessions of innovating new tech in the exhibition space

One of a kind site visit at the Berlin Classic Remise!

Pre-conference Registration with extra Keynote over drinks

And many more surprises coming up!

After several years of investigating, planning, and optimizing the technology, 48V powered mild-hybrid cars are finally becoming a reality. Various OEMs are putting models– and not only in the premium segment – on the market. The next stage is to determine what more is possible and how to make this technology a standard for the mass consumer market. Additionally, the questions that arises is how we can realize the full potential of 48V technology in terms of efficiency, cost, it's application for emission reduction and other aspects. The 7th edition of the “48V Power Supply Systems” conference will bring together top OEMs, Tier1s, battery manufacturers, power electronics and other suppliers to provide an overview of the latest case studies, developments and strategies in the mild-hybrid vehicle realm.

Why attend the conference?

  •  Understand the latest developments of 48 Volt power supply systems
  •  Get an overview of the current status of the ISO workgroup for 48V standardization
  •  Discuss innovative concepts to guarantee reliable energy supply of the 48V system
  •  Gain insight into the next steps of 48V hybridization and electrification as a cost effective approach to reduce fuel consumption
  •  Learn about protective devices for 48V power nets
  •  Understand the world wide approval of automotive 48 Volt power supply systems
  •  Discover the latest innovations for semiconductors
  •  Explore the first experiences of the serial production results of 48V technology
  •  Learn about how to integrate 48V power net into a multi-voltage system

Download the 2019 Agenda  


Prof. Dr. Stephan Frei

On-board Systems Lab, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Tec
TU Dortmund

Dr.-Ing. Achim Henkel

Director, Technical Strategy, Sector Electric & Electronics
Robert Bosch GmbH

Dr. Christian Danz

Vice President, Leader X-House Low Voltage eDrives
Robert Bosch GmbH

Andreas Chochod

VP Transversal Technology Innovation Research & Advanced Engineering

Ottmar Sirch

Advanced Development Power Supply
BMW Group

Yann Boëté

Global System Responsible for Electrical Power Management
Volvo AB

Dr. Frank Findeis

Head of Automotive MOSFETs
Infineon Technologies

Matthias Hammerl

Senior Expert „Power Electronics“

Patrick Wadden

Vice President - Global Automotive Business Development

Marco Aimo Boot

Commercial Vehicles – Product Development Alternative Traction & Electrification Manager

Bastian Hartmann

Research Engineer, Advanced Power Supply and Energy Management
Ford-Werke GmbH

Anbang XIAO

Emotor Project Director
Shanghai Valeo Electrical System Co., Ltd

Christophe Louise

Electrification Systems Product Group, System Department Director

Dr. Olaf Wittler

Head of Department Environmental and Reliability Engineering
Fraunhofer IZM

Andrey Shigaev

Geyser Batteries Oy, Finland

Yoshinao Tatebayashi

Battery Cell Application Engineer
Toshiba Corporation

Tony Li

Technical Director
Zhuhai CosMX Battery Co., Ltd.

Ralf Leiter

Engineering Director
Mando Corporation

Paul Klausner

Product Marketing Engineer
ON Semiconductor

Johan Stenson

Business and Leadership Coach
Volvo Car Corporation, Germany

Phil Ellis

Automotive Application Engineer

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