OPTIMIZING 12V POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS &

ASSESSING THE FUTURE OF 48V POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS


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Vehicle electrification, connectivity along with additional infotainment and ADAS functions are all major trends in the automotive industry. But these advancements and innovations are beginning to take their toll on the current supply systems, and as vehicle electrification continues current 12V supply system must be optimized to safely and efficiently power the vehicle and all of its electrical components.

As a result OEMs must progress and optimize current 12V start-stop technology, and explore the use of 48V power supply systems to support current and future innovative vehicle technology with the goal of improving fuel efficiency and driving performance.  European OEMs are quickly moving toward the adoption of 48V systems, while North American OEMs are researching if a higher voltage 48V system will provide the most effective solution to the problem or if the optimization of current 12V start-stop technology will allow OEMs to meet energy storage, regulatory and consumer demand.

CAFE Standards’ final target of 54.5MPG and the consumer desire for additional infotainment & ADAS systems are driving additional E/E innovation leaving the OEMs to balance satisfying regulatory and consumer requirements, while safely & efficiently powering the car’s electrified components and E/E structure. Join us in Detroit for the 2016 Low Voltage Electrification Summit to discuss how OEMs will achieve the right balance while also exploring the benefits and challenges associated with 12V, 48V power supply systems and advancements in power supply technologies.

Featured Speakers :

 Jason Schwanke
Jason Schwanke
Senior System Engineer
Robert Bosch
 Andrew Cunningham
Andrew Cunningham
Senior Manager, Integrated & Electric Vehilce Safety
Volkswagen
 Matti Vint
Matti Vint
Engineering R&D Director, Powertrain Systems
Valeo
 Anson Lee
Anson Lee
Technical Group Leader
FCA Group
 Oliver Gross
Oliver Gross
Technical Fellow, Energy Storage Systems
FCA Group
 George Shaska
George Shaska
Advanced Electrified Powertrain Technical Lead
Ford
 Sanjaka Wirasingha
Sanjaka Wirasingha
Senior System Architect, R&D - Powertrain
Valeo
 Mark Rychlinski
Mark Rychlinski
Technical Fellow – Electric Power
General Motors
 Paul Nicastri
Paul Nicastri
Former Technical Leader - Electrical Distribution System (EDS) Components
Ford
 Anna Stefanopoulou
Anna Stefanopoulou
Professor, Mechanical Engineering; Director, Automotive Research Center
University of Michigan
 Mohamad Abdul-Hak
Mohamad Abdul-Hak
Manager, High Voltage Systems & Power Electronics
Mercedes-Benz
 George Crabtree
George Crabtree
Director, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research
Argonne National Laboratory
 Andreas Malikopoulos
Andreas Malikopoulos
Deputy Director of the Urban Dynamics Institute
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
 Sam Abuelsamid
Sam Abuelsamid
Senior Research Analyst
Navigant Research
 Allan Cooper
Allan Cooper
European Projects Coordinator
ALABC
 Shriram Santhanagopalan
Shriram Santhanagopalan
Battery Safety Lead, Transporation & Hydrogen Systems Center
NREL
 Jason Siegel
Jason Siegel
Assistant Research Professor; Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Michigan

Benefits of Attending:

  • Opportunity to collaborate with fellow industry thought leaders to discuss latest innovations in power supply systems, automotive batteries & powertrain technology that will allow your company to meet E/E & ADAS requirements, regulatory standards while also producing a high-performance vehicle that meets consumer needs
  • Intimate learning forum for executives, developers, engineers, and managers
  • Evaluating the benefits of using of 48v Supply systems in USA vs. Europe
  • In depth evaluation of 12v, 48v, and full HEV systems: benefits, challenges and current applications
  • Understanding how innovations in power supply systems will allow OEMs to realize improved fuel efficiency while maintaining performance
  • Great networking opportunities with leading figures in vehicle technology from both OEMs and Tier 1 companies
  • Discussing advancements in key system components such as BSG, Converters, Supercaps and Communications Centers
  • A focus on regulatory, technological and strategic power supply issues

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