7:30 am - 8:00 am Registration and welcome coffee
8:00 am - 10:30 am HOW TO DESIGN BMS PLATFORM
Focus: Design Engineering
It is important to reduce development schedule with guaranteeing reliability as BMS demands increasing. Well designed platform helps us to minimize changes and increase reusability.
• How to analyze system requirement to make platform
• Tradeoff analysis between quality attributes
• How to guarantee real time performance
Junghwan LeePrinciple engineer BMS
10:30 am - 11:00 am Refreshment break and networking
11:00 am - 1:30 pm A FINANCIAL LOOK AT ENERGY DENSITY VS CHARGING RATE VS CYCLE LIFE OF BATTERIES
Focus: Performance tradeoff
With battery cost projections from different consultants around the globe, companies and consumers alike should handle the trilemma of what they want out of their electric vehicles the most – range (translating directly to energy density), charging rate (translating to the time taken for a full/partial charge at a charging station) or cycle life (directly proportional to the cost of ownership of the battery). All the current battery systems out there have a mutually exclusive parameter set for the most part and it’s time to reset the focus on what’s more important.
• What’s more important from a company’s sales perspective?
• What do consumers want?
• Can the parameter set be optimized?
Karthik GaneshBattery Engineer
Mercedes-Benz Research and Development, India
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm Luncheon and networking
2:30 pm - 5:00 pm MODELING GUIDELINES FOR FUNCTION DEVELOPMENT SPECIFICATION OF ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS
Focus: Modelling and Simulation
This workshop’s primary goal is to understand the use of modeling guidelines of energy storage systems. This workshop will focus on:
• Indicators of Energy Storage Systems
• Requirements for Function development Specification of Energy Storage Systems
Carlos SilvaSoftware Developer