With advances in EV battery and associated BMS technologies one of the major drivers in the global electric vehicle battery market, the Global EV Battery Technologies & Management Systems 2021 Conference will bring together global automotive manufacturers, including battery research and system/cell integrators to examine the latest developments in:

  • Battery Cell Technologies and Chemistries
  • Higher Energy Density Batteries and Energy Storage Solutions
  • Second-Life Batteries
  • Advanced Battery Management Systems and Software
  • Ultra-Fast Charging Technologies
  • Battery Cooling Systems and more
Sponsorship Opportunities Available for Best-in-Breed Solution Providers

Automotive IQ's Global EV Battery Technology & Management Systems 2021 online conference is geared to match OEM requirements with expert solutions and give suppliers the opportunity to target customers investing in this high growth area.

 
With over 1200 attendees registered for the event in January, the event is the perfect opportunity to elevate your company's profile in front of automakers actively looking for solutions in this space.

If you are interested in discussing sponsorship opportunities, contact us on enquire@iqpc.co.uk

 Top 5 Reasons to Attend
The Event this June


- FREE to attend for vehicles manufacturers

- No travel costs or time out of the office

- Access the content on demand and watch in your own time

- 10 of the hottest topics in the battery technology space, thrashed out rapid fire

-  Latest developments and technologies in EV Battery Technology & Battery Management Systems

- Cutting-edge presentations and discussion on the application of  
Li-Ion and Solid-State Batteries, 
Second-Life Batteries and 
Thermal Management

AGENDA DAY ONE: WEDNESDAY, 23 JUNE, 2021

9:00AM - 9:50AM EST
SELECTING THE RIGHT LITHIUM-ION BATTERY CHEMISTRY

 THINK OUTSIDE THE USUAL BOX OF DATASHEETS AND FOCUS ON REAL LIFE SCENARIOS
 
Main types of li-ion cell chemistries used in industry applications (focus on NMC/LFP/LTO)
Conventional comparison of NMC/LFP/LTO
Comparison of NMC/LFP/LTO in real application context
Conclusions and latest developments


Marco Karch, Lead Battery Technology, E-Force One AG

9:50AM - 10:30AM EST
HIGH PERFORMANCE EV LUBRICANTS FOR NEXT-GENERATION PC AND CV POWERTRAINS

- EV performance requirements for PC and CV applications
- Lab and test bench validation tools
- Interactive lubricant development process
- Reference products and applications
- FUCHS BluEV umbrella platform solutions

Thomas Kraft, Business Development Manager E-Mobility, FUCHS GLOBAL OEM DIVISION
Frank Finzenhagen, Head of Global Business Segments – Engines, Drivelines, Commercial Vehicles, FUCHS Group


10:30AM EST - 11:20PM EST
A HYBRİD APPROACH OF SOC ESTİMATİON FOR EV BMS

 
Lithium-ion batteries are everywhere, especially in automotive industry. Besides being very useful, these components can have dangerous consequences or very inefficient usage if not managed well. At this point BMS comes into play to run battery safe and efficient way. One of the most important state of batteries is SoC (charge percentage). Because of its nature and some additional uncertainties, estimation of SoC would be hard. For this, there are couple of algorithm sets in literature, nevertheless using them in microcontroller unit is challenging rather than desktop simulation because of computational burden.
This presentation demonstrates how a a hybrid approach has been created to use smart algorithm with low execution loads.


Baran Celikten, Senior Battery Management System Engineer, Ford Otosan Product Development

11:20AM - 12:20PM EST
ACCELERATING VEHICLE ELECTRIFICATION: CLOSING PANEL
OPTIMIZED SOLUTIONS FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY’S HIGHEST GROWTH SECTOR


> Policy, regulatory and operational roadmap to increase electrification
> Impact of electrification on the grid from a power capacity and power quality point of view. 

> Design and operation of ultrafast charging stations considering grid impact and safety requirements
> Advantages and necessity of smart grid technology to supply fast and ultra-fast charging stations.
> High power electrification of vehicles > Migrating from 400 V DC to 700 V DC
> Impact of drive cycles on battery pack and cell life time considering the climate parameter
> Key challenges and opportunities in the modularity approach to satisfy reconfiguration of the vehicle to fit the current customer requirement
> Solutions for securing the supply chain for electrification


Marco Karch, Lead Battery Technology, E-Force One AG
Baran Celikten, Senior Battery Management System Engineer, Ford Otosan Product Development
Aditya Tiwari, Lead Electric Vehicle – COE Mahindra Research Valley, Mahindra Group

Thomas Kraft, Business Development Manager E-Mobility, FUCHS GLOBAL OEM DIVISION
Frank Finzenhagen, Head of Global Business Segments – Engines, Drivelines, Commercial Vehicles, FUCHS Group



AGENDA DAY TWO: THURSDAY 24 JUNE, 2021

9:00AM - 10:00AM EST
PRACTICAL STRATEGIES TO EXTEND BATTERY LIFETIME
LEARN HOW ADVANCED DEGRADATION MODELS HELP AUTOMAKERS TO MAKE GOOD DECISIONS IN BATTERY MANAGEMENT

Dr. Jorge Varela Barreras, Senior Researcher Battery Modelling, Imperial College

10:00AM - 10:50AM EST
REQUIREMENT ENGINEERING (SOR) OF HV LITHIUM ION BATTERIES, E-DRIVES AND ELECTRONICS CONTROL UNIT


Aditya Tiwari, Lead Electric Vehicle – COE Mahindra Research Valley, Mahindra Group

 10:50AM - 11:40AM EST

SECOND-LIFE BATTERIES – A GAMECHANGER FOR THE INDUSTRY? 
RECYCLE, REUSE & REPURPOSE TO REDUCE UPFRONT COST & BATTERY WASTE 

Even though Li-Ion batteries on average have a lifetime of 8-10 years, they still have significant capacity remaining for alternative uses. Finding secondary uses for the EV batteries can not only reduce up-front cost for the OEM but also provide benefits to consumers and utilities, including demand charge management, renewable energy integration and regulation energy management. This presentation is designed to deliver insight on cutting-edge processes that provide a sustainable solution to the tackle the imminent problem of battery recycling and manage the wave of retiring batteries

> Learn how to design EVs with second-life applications in mind
> Understand industry-wide second life and recycling safety standards
> Examine the path and process required to avoid mass disposal of batteries through unique recycling solutions

Martin Dowson, Head of Battery Systems Engineering & Research, Warwick Manufacturing Group

11:40AM - 12:30PM EST
ELECTROMAGNETIC EFFECTS AND IMPACT ON EV BATTERY SYSTEMS

Karthik Ganesh, xEV Software and xEV Simulations, Mercedes-Benz
                 

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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