Engine Expo and The Powertrain Show will this year host two highly focused conferences on two specialist subjects: 1) The Powertrain Testing Conference; and 2) The Path Towards Euro7 Conference. One delegate pass will gain you access to both conferences, and delegates will also get the chance to walk the aisles of the neighboring exhibition, which is dedicated to showcasing the latest in automotive engine and transmission technologies.
Below you can learn more about these conferences, book a delegate pass or visit the dedicated websites.
Attaining the next emission legislation requirement without overly increasing engineering costs and underhood engineering complexity is the next hurdle the internal combustion engine must overcome - and proposed emissions standards for the next level of legislation are going to take a great deal of debate, intelligence and engineering complexity and cost!
The Path Towards Euro 7 Conference will bring together leading experts to present exclusive papers about the numerous technologies and engineering solutions that exist to help gasoline and even diesel engines meet possible future emission targets. Thought leaders from OEMs and legislators will debate what emissions standards are possible and how they might be realized. The discussion will be open to all delegates.
A series of panel discussions will encourage audience participation and the exchange of ideas.
Covering the latest CAE simulation tools as well as dyno testing tools, The Powertrain Testing conference will also major on increasing the accuracy of emission assessment for a new generation of internal combustion engines. Furthermore, next-generation testing tools and techniques will be discussed, while a number of workshop sessions will focus on helping engineers to get more out of their existing powertrain testing equipment.
We’ll also be looking at best practices and debating the right path for future testing of emission cycles. Finally, expect to discover how to better interpret and manage your test data.
The conference will feature panel discussions to allow the audience to participate and contribute their views.