Future automotive trends and expectations towards fuel storing systemsNew power train trends and their requirements on fuel storing Systems
- Alternative and biofuels research
- OEM requirements for fuel and SCR systems
- Global outlook on emission legislation and mega city trends
- Digitalization of products, processes and logistics
- Current and future manufacturing methods for storage systems, processing and application examples
Component architecture and functionalities:
sensors and actuators, pumps, lines, valves, filters, system controls & diagnostics etc.
- From simulation to testing
- Opportunities to reduce time and costs
- Prototype manufacturing
- Adblue/DEF infrastructure, refueling equipment and fuel pump nozzles
Tank systems for alternative power train Technologies
- Water injection systems
Issues to be covered are not limited to fuel systems for cars. There will also be a focus on tank development for light commercial vehicles, heavy-duty trucks, and motorcycles.
Interested companies have the opportunity to present their products and services during the accompanying industrial exhibit. For further Information please have a look on the exhibition website or contact Viktoria Wolter (firstname.lastname@example.org, +49 (0)89 5791-2410).
- Dr. Caroline Born, Ford-Werke GmbH
- Dirk Eulitz, Kautex Textron GmbH & Co. KG
- Timo Wiedel, Daimler AG
- Dr. Günther Požgainer
- Dr. Johann Schabauer. Magna Steyr Fuel Systems
- Martin Scholz, BMW Group
- Martin Stickel, TI Automotive Technology Center GmbH
- Dr. Paul Wouters, Plastic Omnium
Walter Geier, TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH
The conference agenda will be pusblished by the end of May 2017.
German and English (simultaneous Interpretation)