That the ELIV conference has over recent years developed into the most important event of its type, even on the international stage, cannot be disputed.
The interaction at the conference between vehicle manufacturers and suppliers is increasingly becoming a must when it comes to getting an early handle on innovations, developments and challenges. For many years now not only have these topics been reported during the conference but trends also set and major foundations laid down for important decisions in the automotive industry.
During the two-day conference experts from the ranks of OEMs and also suppliers and universities deliver lectures with a practical orientation, presenting current developments and news relating not only to trending topics but also to classic topics in electronics and also deal with questions and suggestions in plenary discussions.
- Highly automated driving
- Testing – highly automated driving
- E-mobility 2025
- Smart & connected vehicles
- Off-board ecosystems
- On-board electrical systems in 2025
- End-to-end E/E architecture
- Lighting Technology
- Methods and testing
The parallel technical exhibition with more than 120 exhibitors is an invitation to a direct exchange of views and information.
Target group of the conference
Managers and experts from the fields of electronics, software and hardware development, especially the development of networked systems, EE architecture, infotainment, AUTOSAR, UX, smart and connected vehicles, highly automated driving, off-board ecosystems, development processes, semiconductor technologies, processors, security, reliability of supply, battery management systems. From these industrial sectors: vehicle manufacturers and suppliers, electronics, software and hardware companies, service providers, universities and Institutes.
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Challenges of a 48 V Drive System with 20 kW continuous mechanical power
Author: Karl-Martin Fritsch, M.Sc., Dr.-Ing. Christoph Schmuelling, Tobias Binder, M.Eng., Dipl.-Ing. Markus Cramme