Low Voltage Vehicle Electrification

Increased regulations on emissions and CO2 production from vehicles have become more prevalent forcing manufacturers  to shift their focus on finding greener methods of energy production, with little cost to the consumer. Most European OEMs and Tier Ones have already invested research into all possibilities in hopes of meeting these regulations, including , vehicle electrification, as well as the future of fuel cell technology

As 12V is being stretched to its limit capacity, 48V systems are being considered, a shift that has already occurred in Europe, and is now being replicated by US automakers. As US Automakers try to catch up to European standards to maintain their markets, the challenge has become to find better electrification solutions, quickly, and move into the future of mobility.

Join our expert speaker faculty and solutions providers at the 3rd Low Voltage Vehicle Electrification (LVVE) Summit as we define cost-effective actions for integrating 48V electrical systems into vehicle/powertrain architecture, as well as the future of vehicle electrification.

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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.”

“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