OEMs and suppliers are working intensively on new concepts and vehicles. The on-board electrical system will determine the viability of applications both in hybrid settings and in purely electric driving.
There are many challenges, but solutions that have proved their efficiency will see the light of the real world. It’s all a matter of perspective. Hybrid vehicles certainly act as trailblazers prior to wider scale adoption of all-electric vehicles.
Electric vehicles are still having issues with energy storage so that their wide-spread use is to be expected in the longer distant future only. However, technical solutions, just like new concepts and ideas for future powertrains, are being conceived and validated now. German OEMs and suppliers are staking out their fields in an exciting market.
With EEHE, Haus der Technik provides a brilliant opportunity for developers, users and researchers to meet. The event actually combines the three earlier conferences Electrics/Electronics in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles, Energy Management & Electrical Systems and Engine Start/Stop Systems.
The conference attendees thus have a chance to meet all important players in the industry at a single conference. Having screened a great number of submissions following the Call for Papers, the programme committee has put together an attractive array of conference papers, poster presentations and exhibition of vehicles.
The topics that will take centre stage in Bamberg on 23 and 24 April 2012 are: electric & electronic systems in hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles, electric charging, electric energy management, E/E architectures, power electronics, low-voltage storage systems, battery management and Model-Based System Optimization.
There will also be an exhibition to enhance the conference experience: electric and hybrid vehicles and also test vehicles of leading manufacturers will be on display as well as a lot of booths where companies show their innovations in the field of vehicle electrification.For further information and a full programme please contact Haus der Technik in Germany:
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