Electric drive systems are a fast-developing frontier for EV powertrains, with e-drive systems, e-motors, inverters and on board chargers fundamental to supporting the growing global shift toward vehicle electrification. Cutting-edge technologies are providing the superior speed and torque associated with today’s best electric vehicles. According to some industry analysts, electric drive systems are the future and a key strategic priority of the automotive industry, with vehicle manufacturers emphasizing the need to fully exploit the power of e-drive systems, e-motors and power electronics while reducing mass and electromagnetic losses.

Part of Automotive IQ’s, Global Vehicle Electrification 2021: Cost & Driving Range Optimization Series, the Global Advanced E-Drive Systems for BEV/HEVs 2021, will take place online on 24 & 25 March 2021, and provide a synergized understanding of e-drive motors, e-motors and power electronics – an important platforms for accelerating vehicle electrification, focusing on ways to lower cost, ensure greater electric range and leverage the full-range of capabilities for cutting-edge E-drive systems, e-motors, inverters and on board chargers.

The Global Advanced E-Drive Systems for BEV/HEVs 2021 is customer-driven event, for vehicles OEMs, Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers, with indispensable input and participation from suppliers of e-drives, e-motors, inverter, chargers, powertrains and other drivetrain components solutions.

A product of its time – thin on time, but big on value. 10 solutions-rich presentations and discussions delivered over two days, accessible both live and on-demand.



Sponsorship Opportunities Available for Best-in-Breed Vendors

Automotive IQ's Global Advanced E-Drive Systems for BEV/HEVs 2021 online conference is geared to match OEM requirements with expert solutions and give solution providers the opportunity to target customers investing in e-drive systems, e-motors, inverter, chargers, powertrains and other drivetrain components solutions. 


If you are interested in discussing sponsorship opportunities, contact Alishba Jan on +44-797-9122- 589 or Alishba.Jan@iqpc.co.uk

Frequently Asked Questions
  • Which platform will the event be hosted on?
  • The event will be hosted on IQPC’s user-friendly, highly interactive in-house platform
  • Will I be able to network with speakers and attendees?
  • Yes! The platforms allow all attendees to interact and chat with one another, and even set up 1-2-1 meeting and video calls.
  • Will I be able to view presentations after the event? 
  • Yes! All presentations and discussion are recorded as they are being broadcast, and are available to watch on-demand for 60 days after the event is over.

Conference Agenda
DAY ONE: WEDNESDAY, 24 MARCH, 2021

9AM - 10AM EST
ROADMAP FOR FUTURE ELECTRIFIED DRIVES: BETTER UNDERSTAND MARKET DEMAND FOR KEY E-DRIVE COMPONENTS AND TECHNOLOGIES

  • > Alternative Propulsion vehicle outlook 2030
    > E-Drive components demand trend (motors, inverters, batteries)
    > Main technological implications for Inverters, Motors and batteries
    > Thermal strategy for Inverters, Motors and batteries
    > Component integration and “Make or buy” Trends
    > Conclusions

Claudio Vittori, Senior Technical Research Analyst – Powertrain & E-Mobility Component Research, IHS Markit

10AM - 11AM EST 
SELECTION OF PERMANENT MAGNET AND LOW RARE EARTH MATERIAL MOTOR AND CONTROL FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES

The permanent magnet and induction traction motor share the same stator construction. Even the rotor shows many similarities when it comes to dynamic behavior and losses. But that is not all. Also the power electronics inverter and the control, besides the observer for the rotor speed and position, are very similar and shares the same components and control strategy. Comparing the two traction drive concepts reveals many similarities regarding construction, control and behavior, but subtle differences in cost price, lifetime, efficiency and circularity.

In this session we will have a look at:

> Architecture of the control in a traction drive
> Similarities in the construction of motors, power electronics and control of traction drives
> Rotor speed and position observers, sensored or sensorless
> Cost price versus operational costs with regard to efficiency

Peter van Duijsen, Researcher, TU Delft

11AM - 12PM EST
MULTI-STAKEHOLDER DISCUSSION ON REQUIREMENTS FOR NEW E-DRIVE APPLICATIONS, INCLUDING
VELOCITY LIMITS, TYPES OF TRANSMISSIONS, VOLTAGE LOADS, AND EXPECTED LIFE 


Sid Ali Randi, Research & Development Engineer Electric Motors, Groupe Renault
Alper Yaman, Electrified Powertrain Senior EngineerFord Otosan
Peter van Duijsen, Researcher, TU Delft


12PM - 1PM EST
DEVELOPING ELECTRIC AXLE FOR HYBRID / ELECTRIC COMMERCIAL VEHICLES 

Alper Yaman, Electrified Powertrain Senior Engineer, Ford Otosan

DAY TWO: THURDAY 25 MARCH, 2021

9AM - 10AM EST
CUTTING-EDGE COMPACT, COST-EFFECTIVE ELECTRIC DRIVE SOLUTION FOR BATTERY-ELECTRIC VEHICLES AND HYBRID APPLICATION

Sid Ali Randi, Research & Development Engineer Electric Motors, Groupe Renault

10AM - 11AM EST
E-MOTOR & NVH BEHAVIOR: INTEGRATION AND EFFICIENCY

Prof. Dr. Ercan Altinsoy, Director of Institute, Chair of Acoustics and Haptics, Institute of Acoustics & Speech Communication, Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Technische Universität Dresden

11AM - 12PM EST
 SIMULATION APPROACHES FOR E-MOTORS THAT ARE COMBINED WITH POWER CONVERSION SYSTEM: STRATEGIES TO MITIGATE THE RISK OF MOTOR FAILURES 
Invited: Dr. Raffaele Capuano, Senior Project Manager – Engineering, SANHUA Automotive

12PM - 1PM EST
SEALING AND ADHESIVES TECHNOLOGIES TO ENSURE SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION OF VEHICLES
This session is reserved for a best-in-breed sealing and adhesive company. Contact us on enquire@iqpc.co.uk


 

Who is this event designed for & who should attend? 

    • Electric, Autonomous and Hybrid Vehicles Manufacturers
    • Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers in the EV space, including:
    • Battery and Fuel Cell Manufacturers
    • Battery Management Systems Suppliers

    • Lithium-Ion/Li-Ion Battery Companies
    • Solid-State Batteries Companies
    • Electrified Powertrain Systems and Component Suppliers
    • Thermal/Cooling Systems and Related Component Manufacturers
    • eMobility/Charging Infrastructure Companies
    • High Voltage Systems and Power Semiconductor Suppliers
    • CAE Software and Modelling Suppliers
    • Benchmarking Engineering Services Providers
    • Engineering Consultancies

With Job titles including but not limited to:

    • CEOs, VPs, Directors, Heads of, Technical Leads, Managers, Engineers, Scientists of:
    • BEV, Hybrids and Mild-Hybrid
    • Electrification
    • Batteries
    • Energy Storage
    • Cooling and Thermal Management
    • Materials
    • Research, Development & Innovation
    • eMobility & Charging Infrastructure
    • Powertrain Engineering & Propulsion
    • Systems & Control Engineering

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