Low Voltage Vehicle Electrification

Whether it’s the NHTSA and EPA’s enforcement of CAFÉ standards, Europe’s transition to the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedures, or China’s National VI emissions levels, auto makers will be transitioning towards greater vehicle electrification across their fleets to meet increasingly stringent regulations as well as consumer demands for new technologies and more convenient features within their vehicles. However, current 12V systems alone can no longer support the growing number of E/E and power drawing systems; the industry will need to adapt higher voltage systems, such as the use of 48V.

As 48V power supply and mild hybrid systems become accepted as a viable option to increase power capacity as well as provide a fuel efficiency improvement of 10-15% over conventional vehicles, the question confronting auto makers is how to arrange and adjust the packaging of these electrical components within the vehicle design to optimize functionality, improve reliability, and ensure safety.

Join our expert speaker faculty and solutions providers at the 2nd Low Voltage Vehicle Electrification (LVVE) Summit as we define cost-effective actions for integrating 48V electrical systems into vehicle/powertrain architecture.

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Global Forecasts

“In the NAFTA market alone, the 600k mild hybrid market in 2020 expected to grow to 1.8 million by 2024.”
-Valeo

“Nearly 60 million vehicles annually will include at least basic automatic stop-start functionality and 7 million vehicles will have 48V electrical systems by 2024.”
-Navigant Research


Benefits of Attending:

 

Intimate learning forum for executives, developers, engineers, researchers, analysts, and managers

 

Discuss how innovations in power supply systems will allow OEMs to realize improved fuel efficiency and emissions levels while maintaining performance

 

In-depth evaluation of 12V, 48V, and HEV systems: Advantages, Challenges and Current Applications

 

Analyze benefits obtained from key mild hybrid system components such as Start-Stop Technology, BSG, Converters, and Compressors

 

Sessions focused on the engineering and development of 48V mild hybrid systems, dual power supply systems, advanced energy storage solutions, fuel efficiency/emissions regulations across the global market, cost-benefit analyses of hybridization, consumer perceptions of the market, and the future of e-mobility

 

Perspectives from the technical, regulatory, and business/strategic areas of the industry

 

Breaks set aside for networking with thought-leaders in vehicle technology from OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers, and research institutes