Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market
Wednesday, June 20 to Friday June 22, 2012
AABC Europe 2012. AABTAM Symposium: Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market - Session 4
Battery Pack Engineering for Automotive Applications
Electrical management is crucial to ensure the reliability and safety of automotive batteries in the field. In this session, developers of battery-management electronics and pack integration hardware will discuss requirements, challenges, and solutions for a cost-effective integration of energy-storage packs into electrified vehicles.
Bertrand Largy, Responsable service métiers du GMP électrique, Renault
After 6 years in the railway industry as test and project engineer, and 3 years experience in the space industry specialised in magnetic bearings as a project engineer, Bertrand Largy spent ten years in Renault's Electric Vehicle Development department. Today he is the manager of the Electrotechnic Engineering Department of the Vehicle Engineering Division, and is in charge of electric energy generation, storage and management.
- Development of Battery Packs for Renault's Electric Vehicles
Masato Origuchi, EV Battery Development Group Leader, Renault
- Modular Approaches Automotive Battery Solutions
Christian Mohrdieck, Director of Fuel Cell & Battery Drive Development, Daimler AG
- The Evolution of a Modular Approach for HV Battery Systems
Kai Ludwig, Manager Functions & Calibration R&D Battery, BPC Electrification
- PHEV Battery Packs – The Challenge to Combine EV and HEV Functionality
Peter Pichler, Product Manager Battery Systems, Magna E-Car Systems
- High-Reliability Pouch Cell, Module, and Pack Design
Uwe Wiedemann, Product Manager, AVL List GmbH
- Battery Management Architecture and Algorithm for Automotive Application
Kei Sakabe, Researcher, Hitachi Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd.