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E-Mobility Engineering Day 2017

Vector E-Mobility Engineering Day 2018

Welcome

Exciting and innovative solutions are becoming more available to allow electric mobility to enter the mass-market. Don't miss this unique chance to increase your e-mobility know-how and to share your experiences with representatives of the sector.

Vector E-Mobility Engineering Day
April 12, 2018
- at Vector Informatik in Stuttgart -
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Experts and specialists from Vector report on the trending topics:

  • Wireless charging
  • The new role of energy suppliers
  • Application of standards and norms at an OEM
  • New opportunities for public transport

Don’t miss the engaging presentations from speakers from the following companies:

  • Keynote: Prof. Parspour, University Stuttgart
  • Paul Bertrand, Smartfuture
  • Arnaud Szewczyk, Renault
  • Alex Chen, MStar Semiconductor Inc.
  • Thomas Würz, Qualcomm
  • Leonardo Uriona, EKU Power Drives
  • Mike Kireev, ABB
  • And further informative lectures from Vector

Plus, take the opportunity to visit the accompanying exhibition with our partners:

  • Comemso GmbH
  • Verisco GmbH
  • P3 Systems GmbH
  • GreenTeam Stuttgart
  • Vector Informatik
  • Scienlab Electronic Systems GmbH

Discuss solutions for your own use case directly with one of the product specialists.

We offer simultaneous translation to english from all german presentations.

Agenda:

Download PDF

Your Contact:

Andrea Santana
Tel.: +49 711 80670-5354
E-Mail

Venue:

Vector Informatik GmbH
Holderäckerstraße 36
70499 Stuttgart
Germany

Directions
Mark this date in your calendar:

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Exciting and innovative solutions are becoming more available to allow electric mobility to enter the mass-market. Don't miss this unique chance to increase your e-mobility know-how and to share your experiences with representatives of the sector.

Vector E-Mobility Engineering Day
April 12, 2018
- at Vector Informatik in Stuttgart -
Save the date to your calendar: .ics file

Experts and specialists from Vector report on the trending topics:

  • Wireless charging
  • The new role of energy suppliers
  • Application of standards and norms at an OEM
  • New opportunities for public transport

Don’t miss the engaging presentations from speakers from the following companies:

  • Keynote: Prof. Parspour, University Stuttgart
  • Paul Bertrand, Smartfuture
  • Arnaud Szewczyk, Renault
  • Alex Chen, MStar Semiconductor Inc.
  • Thomas Würz, Qualcomm
  • Leonardo Uriona, EKU Power Drives
  • Mike Kireev, ABB
  • And further informative lectures from Vector

Plus, take the opportunity to visit the accompanying exhibition with our partners:

  • Comemso GmbH
  • Verisco GmbH
  • P3 Systems GmbH
  • GreenTeam Stuttgart
  • Vector Informatik
  • Scienlab Electronic Systems GmbH

Discuss solutions for your own use case directly with one of the product specialists.

We offer simultaneous translation to english from all german presentations.

Agenda:

Download PDF

Your Contact:

Andrea Santana
Tel.: +49 711 80670-5354
E-Mail

Venue:

Vector Informatik GmbH
Holderäckerstraße 36
70499 Stuttgart
Germany

Directions
Mark this date in your calendar:

ICS file

Agenda
09:00
Registration
09:22
Welcome

Dr. Helmut Schelling, Vector Informatik GmbH

09:30
Inductive Electric Excited Synchronous Machine – An Option for Future Mobility

Prof. Parspour, Universität Stuttgart

10:00
Last Trends in Communication Standards for E-Mobility
  • How communication standards will support actors requirements and Smart Grid Integration
  • Presentation of the e-mobility landscape from user up to flexibility operators
  • Presentation of the evolutions of ISO 15118 and IEC 63110

Paul Bertrand, Smartfuture

10:30
EV and EVSE platform implementing V2G services

Bidirectional Power Transfer Using 15118 Edition 2 Communication Protocol

  • V2G (Vehicle-To-Grid)
  • Dynamic Control Mode
  • 15118 Edition 2 Communication Protocol

Armaud Szewczyk, Renault

11:00 Coffee Break
11:45
Introduction of MStar HPGP Solutions
  • Brief introduction to MStar Semi, their commitment to Homeplug PLC Standards, including GreenPHY
  • Latest Status of their HPGP Solutions

Xiaopeng Chen, MStar Semiconductor Inc.

12:15
It is not only about the vehicle.
  • Technical challenges in integrating EV chargers into e-mobility infrastructure

Mike Kireev, ABB

12:45 Lunch Break
14:30
E-Products enable industrial machines to gain flexibility and productivity

Electrification in the Oil and Gas Industry

  • Battery Design
  • Decentralized Automation
  • Power and Energy Distribution

Leonardo Uriona, EKU Power Drives

15:00
Changes and Additions of ISO/IEC 15118 ED2
  • New Energy Transfer Modes
  • New Service Negotiation & Renegotiation
  • Changes to existing Energy Transfer Modes

Fabian Eisele, Vector Informatik GmbH

15:30 Coffee Break
16:15
The Future of Urban Mobility - Connected, Autonomous, Electric and Wireless

Wireless Charging for Electric Vehicles

  • Inductive Charging of Electric Vehicles
  • Stationary and Dynamic Wireless Charging

Thomas Würz, Qualcomm Technologies GmbH

16:45
Interoperability of vehicles and charging infrastructure – a solvable challenge?
  • Current situation
  • Ensuring interoperability by conformance testing

Jan Großmann, Vector Informatik GmbH

17:15
Official End

Download Agenda as PDF

09:00
Registration
09:22
Welcome

Dr. Helmut Schelling, Vector Informatik GmbH

09:30
Inductive Electric Excited Synchronous Machine – An Option for Future Mobility

Prof. Parspour, Universität Stuttgart

10:00
Last Trends in Communication Standards for E-Mobility
  • How communication standards will support actors requirements and Smart Grid Integration
  • Presentation of the e-mobility landscape from user up to flexibility operators
  • Presentation of the evolutions of ISO 15118 and IEC 63110

Paul Bertrand, Smartfuture

10:30
EV and EVSE platform implementing V2G services

Bidirectional Power Transfer Using 15118 Edition 2 Communication Protocol

  • V2G (Vehicle-To-Grid)
  • Dynamic Control Mode
  • 15118 Edition 2 Communication Protocol

Armaud Szewczyk, Renault

11:00 Coffee Break
11:45
Introduction of MStar HPGP Solutions
  • Brief introduction to MStar Semi, their commitment to Homeplug PLC Standards, including GreenPHY
  • Latest Status of their HPGP Solutions

Xiaopeng Chen, MStar Semiconductor Inc.

12:15
It is not only about the vehicle.
  • Technical challenges in integrating EV chargers into e-mobility infrastructure

Mike Kireev, ABB

12:45 Lunch Break
14:30
E-Products enable industrial machines to gain flexibility and productivity

Electrification in the Oil and Gas Industry

  • Battery Design
  • Decentralized Automation
  • Power and Energy Distribution

Leonardo Uriona, EKU Power Drives

15:00
Changes and Additions of ISO/IEC 15118 ED2
  • New Energy Transfer Modes
  • New Service Negotiation & Renegotiation
  • Changes to existing Energy Transfer Modes

Fabian Eisele, Vector Informatik GmbH

15:30 Coffee Break
16:15
The Future of Urban Mobility - Connected, Autonomous, Electric and Wireless

Wireless Charging for Electric Vehicles

  • Inductive Charging of Electric Vehicles
  • Stationary and Dynamic Wireless Charging

Thomas Würz, Qualcomm Technologies GmbH

16:45
Interoperability of vehicles and charging infrastructure – a solvable challenge?
  • Current situation
  • Ensuring interoperability by conformance testing

Jan Großmann, Vector Informatik GmbH

17:15
Official End

Download Agenda as PDF

Review

On April 27th 2017, "old stagers" and many new faces met at the 4th Vector E-Mobility Engineering Day, which took place for the first time at the new Vector campus in Stuttgart.

The 112 participants from Germany and abroad, with leading experts from industry and science, exchanged on future-oriented trends, key technologies and current research results of electric mobility.

In his keynote, Dr. Joachim Fetzer showed global megatrends and talked about their influence on mobility. His focus was on China, which is just about to play a key role in e-mobility.

Prof. Dieter Gerling of the University der Bundeswehr spoke about the many advantages of using 48 V electro-drive components. The standardization and market introduction of charging communication according to ISO 15118 was the theme of Michael Schweiger of BMW. Michael Epping of Vector presented the new Vector control units for charging communication for electric buses and commercial vehicles and outlined the most important points of the development process. Thomas Stebich of the energy supplier EnBW showed how the business model of a major corporation changes completely in a few years due to external conditions.

In the afternoon, Phanuel Hieber from Vector gave a well sounded view into the hardware-based security technology for embedded systems according to ISO/IEC 15118. Michael Scholz of P3 spoke about the opportunities and challenges of inductive charging systems based on the research project STILLE. Michael Nuiten of the Dutch company Heliox demonstrated in his presentation impressively how the electrification of urban transport is put into practice. Finally, Jonas Leserer of Vector gave an overview of charging systems and the vehicle hardware and what to expect for future development.

Our guests used the breaks for further discussions and to learn more about the e-mobility solutions of Comemso, EnBW, Heliox, P3 and Vector in the accompanying exhibition.

We would like to thank all participants, speakers and exhibitors who contributed to the success of the event.

The feedback on the 4th Vector E-Mobility Engineering Day is consistently positive. The participants and the Vector team are looking forward to the event in the next year.

Impressions 2017:

Impressions of Event

On April 27th 2017, "old stagers" and many new faces met at the 4th Vector E-Mobility Engineering Day, which took place for the first time at the new Vector campus in Stuttgart.

The 112 participants from Germany and abroad, with leading experts from industry and science, exchanged on future-oriented trends, key technologies and current research results of electric mobility.

In his keynote, Dr. Joachim Fetzer showed global megatrends and talked about their influence on mobility. His focus was on China, which is just about to play a key role in e-mobility.

Prof. Dieter Gerling of the University der Bundeswehr spoke about the many advantages of using 48 V electro-drive components. The standardization and market introduction of charging communication according to ISO 15118 was the theme of Michael Schweiger of BMW. Michael Epping of Vector presented the new Vector control units for charging communication for electric buses and commercial vehicles and outlined the most important points of the development process. Thomas Stebich of the energy supplier EnBW showed how the business model of a major corporation changes completely in a few years due to external conditions.

In the afternoon, Phanuel Hieber from Vector gave a well sounded view into the hardware-based security technology for embedded systems according to ISO/IEC 15118. Michael Scholz of P3 spoke about the opportunities and challenges of inductive charging systems based on the research project STILLE. Michael Nuiten of the Dutch company Heliox demonstrated in his presentation impressively how the electrification of urban transport is put into practice. Finally, Jonas Leserer of Vector gave an overview of charging systems and the vehicle hardware and what to expect for future development.

Our guests used the breaks for further discussions and to learn more about the e-mobility solutions of Comemso, EnBW, Heliox, P3 and Vector in the accompanying exhibition.

We would like to thank all participants, speakers and exhibitors who contributed to the success of the event.

The feedback on the 4th Vector E-Mobility Engineering Day is consistently positive. The participants and the Vector team are looking forward to the event in the next year.

Impressions 2017:

Impressions of Event