As more and more customers are purchasing electric vehicles, there are certain expectations that need to be met. Electric vehicles should not sacrifice efficiency or performance, but that is not always possible with the new parameters that they need to operate under. Thermal management plays a key role in both of these goals.
The EV Thermal Management summit
taking place on December 4-6 in Detroit, MI will address the key challenges in the space right now as well as shed light on the new technologies being pushed out. Join us at this summit to network and benchmark with other leaders in this space.
What you can expect
- Learn how to maintain 150,000 miles at 100% performance for electric vehicles
- Discussions on battery thermal management, passenger expectations for climate control, and various methods to increase temperature control efficiency.
- Co-located with E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure (shared networking breaks)
- Get the opportunity to discuss topics chosen by you through our Thought Exchange app
- Bashar Abdulnour, Supervisor, Electrified Powertrain Engineering, Ford Motor Company
- Ming Ma, Senior Thermal Engineer, BYTON
- Daniel Huang, Research Engineer - Thermal and Climate Systems, Ford Motor Company
Pre-Conference Workshop Day
: Wednesday, December 4, 2019Main Day One
: Thursday, December 5, 2019Main Day Two
: Friday, December 6, 2019
VenueVenue to be confirmed
More information to follow...
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