Tuesday, June 9, 2020
2:00 – 2:45 PM CET
Session One – What is the current status and market outlook for 48V in China?
This session will examine:
- Market trends in China – why are we using 48V instead of (P)HEV
- Market demand and consumer reaction from a reliability and durability standpoint
- Future outlook
Fadi Zara, Director Vehicle Development and eMobility, FAW Co. Ltd
3:00 – 3:45 PM CET
Session Two – What is the Zhuhai COSMX innovative capacitor assisted battery solution for 12V/48V systems?
Zhuhai COSMX is a worldwide Top Four Li-ion pouch cell manufacturer. It has successfully commercialized an innovative Capacitor Assisted Battery which has greatly-enhanced cold cranking performance, has excellent high temperature reliability and a long lifespan. It also possesses significant cost advantages. These features make CAB technology a promising solution for 12V/48V systems.
This session will detail:
- COSMX CAB Solution for LV Battery Systems
- COSMX Developing Strategy for LV Li-ion Battery
- COSMX Technology Roadmap with Future Product Plan
Tony Li, Technical Director, Zhuhai CosMX Battery Co. Ltd
4:00 – 4:45 PM CET
Session Three – How does a hybrid manual transmission with 48V technology work?
This session covers:
- Manual vs. automatic transmissions: high efficiency, low cost, low weight, it is proven technology and lower complexity
- Applying 48V technology to manual transmissions
- Applications as Opel Automobile
Konstantin Baron, Assistant Chief Engineer, Opel Automobile GmbH
5:00 – 5:45 PM CET
Session Four – A 48V eMotor System Road Map
This session includes:
- eMobility Complexity : market segmentation and multiplicity of mobility solutions
- Description of the technical platform approach to address different markets and segments
- Applied solutions and vehicle benefits
Paul Armiroli, eMotors System Platform Director, Valeo
6:00 – 6:45 PM CET
Session Five – What are the latest updates on dynamically adjustable, dual voltage batteries DC/DC for future electrification?
The closing keynote covers:
- How 12V and 48V electrical grids will co-exist for the foreseeable future
- How ASIL-rated, multiple battery systems will become commonplace
- How the cost/benefit ratio is still prohibitive in many regions
- How to introduce a multiple output, dynamically adjustable dual voltage capacity system
- Cost-effective scaling of the capacity system between multiple voltages and multiple grids on each voltage
- How to solve high redundancy requirements
Dave Rich, BFO – BOM Family Owner 12V – 48V Vehicle Electrification, General Motors