A great number of CO2 limiting legislation for passenger cars and heavy-duty vehicles is becoming more and more pressing and boosts the electrification development also in the sector of non-road mobile machinery. However, a great number of large and heavy mobile machinery is still powered by internal combustion engines, and their power transmission solutions and designs have to be reconsidered in order to keep up with the demands of the regulators. Due to the fact that the challenges of electrifying machinery are present on different system levels, it is crucial to create solutions through the collaboration of many parties.
TBM is proud to present the 6th annual Electrification and Battery Development for Non-Road Applications conference which aims to present effective solutions for the main challenges that the industry is currently facing. The event will cover such essential topics as power supply in remote sites, overcoming barriers to implementation of FCEVs, component integration with the vehicle, battery technologies and much more.
The participants at the event will be able to gain a great number of perspectives on what does the future hold for fully electric and fuel cell powertrains while drawing lessons from new solutions that can speed up and simplify the transition to a cleaner future.
This event will feature:
- Power supply in remote sites
- Thermal management for electric drivelines
- Overcoming barriers to implementation of FCEVs
- Achieving component integration with the vehicle
- Battery electric vs. fuel cell-powered machines
- Electric vehicle cooling systems
- Developing practical reliability assessment methods
- Recent developments in electric engine technology
- Controlling the battery temperature in tough environments
- Charging solutions enabling 8-hour operation
- Battery technologies that match the needs of the user