Lippstadt, February 17, 2014. How long will it be before electric mobility becomes an everyday occurrence? Which new vehicle systems are able to drive forward literally the implementation of such power? How will the general trend towards electrification shape up in vehicles of the future? These and countless more such questions revolving around the subjects of electric mobility and electrification will be discussed by manufacturers, suppliers and research institute members when they meet for the fifth EEHE conference in Bamberg from May 6 to May 7. This year the event, which is being organized by the Haus der Technik (HDT) and under the technical leadership of BMW and HELLA, focuses on the subject of "Electric & Electronic Systems in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles and Electrical Energy Management." The event bundles the contents and subject matter found in the HDT conferences of Energy Management and Vehicle Electric Systems, Electric & Electronic Systems in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles and also Engine Start/Stop Systems.
The conference’s focus will be on the topics of electrics & electronics and electric/electronic architectures for hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles, electric charging, electrical energy management, power electronics, low-volt storage and battery management for electrical energy storage, market development, highly-automated driving and also model-based development. During the lectures and also during poster sessions, speakers from the automobile industry, universities and research centers will be delving deeply into the various aspects of this multifaceted subject area.
The conference will be accompanied by an exhibition intended to bring alive the topics discussed. A variety of electric and hybrid vehicles from premium manufacturers will be displayed, also giving the participants the opportunity to experience and drive the test vehicles.
Anyone who is interested can obtain further details and the event's full agenda from Haus der Technik by visiting www.eehe.de.