Our International Conference on BMS & Battery Technologies for EV/HEV
event returns to Berlin after three years, as we move through what the industry is calling the 'second wave' and 'the hottest period' for batteries and BMS, in spite of constrained supply chains and increasing high battery, material and commodities costs.
TYING BATTERY TECHNOLOGIES & BMS TOGETHEREV Batteries and BMS
are the two areas dominating the industry right now and growing more and more every year. 'If you have a battery without a BMS, then it's completely worthless'. The BMS controls how the battery behaves, how safe it is and how much you can 'squeeze' out of your battery. OEMs need both to really work together.
WHERE IS THE INDUSTRY RIGHT NOW WITH EV BATTERIES & BMS?
Companies are coming up with new ideas that are both technically innovative idea and cost optimised. The physical design of the battery pack is changing. But for the majority of EV companies, the biggest challenge is keeping costs low, including battery, material, and recycling cost. But this is easier said than done with constrained supply chains and uncertain geopolitical situation in Russia-Ukraine.
Researched and redeveloped to reflect exactly where the European EV battery and BMS
segment is right now, the September 2022 agenda moves away from general principles and basics of battery management systems, to focus on the importance, application, and optimisation of the BMS, and is a direct reflection of everyone in the supply chain, including OEM's, Tier-1's, Tier-2's and cell manufacturer's biggest challenges and pain points.
Co-located with the 7th eMobility Charging Infrastructure Europe 2022 conference
, we're giving you the opportunity to learn from, network and do business with 100s of Battery, BMS and Charging experts over three full days in Berlin.
Addressing the OEM's, Tier-1's, Tier-2's and Cell Manufacturer's Biggest Challenges and Pain Points
- Technical Innovation & Cost Optimisation
- Linking Battery Technology & BMS Design
- Battery Pack Design & Energy Density
- Managing Supply Chain Bottlenecks
- Current & Next-Generation Battery Cell Technologies, including LFP and Solid State
- Battery Sizing & Selection
- Battery Recycling & Second Life
- New Developments in Cell Chemistries
- Battery System Architectures
- Upcoming EU Regulations
- Deep dive into BMS topics, including Standardisation, Accessibility, Wireless and Cloud Solutions
- Thermal Efficiency, Stability & Runaway
- Data Analytics, IoT and Digital Twins
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
- Energy Storage
- Cooling and Thermal Management
- Research, Development & Innovation
- eMobility & Charging Infrastructure
- Powertrain Engineering & Propulsion
- Systems & Control Engineering
"This is an eye opener regarding the status of the implementation across the industry."
Guillermo Molina-Arellano, Safety Officer, Volvo 3P, Sweden
"The conference with the widest variety: speakers and participants from all kinds of companies and from all around the world. This makes the discussions and debates really interesting."
Adam Schnellbach, Functional Safety Group Leader, MAGNA Powertrain AG & Co. KG, Germany