The audience of the digital event will gain a wealth of exclusive insights into EV research and e-mobility supply chain trends. Free registration gives full access to live sessions hosted by industry experts.
London, UK, February 16, 2021 – Hyve, the organiser of the global CWIEME events, the world’s largest platform dedicated to the coil winding, transformers, electric motors, generators and
e-mobility industries, announced the full agenda of the upcoming CWIEME E-Mobility Days on February 23-24. The two-day virtual forum will provide attendees with exclusive insights on the latest industry trends and developments in automotive electric motors and drivetrains, a discussion on the future of the automotive supply chain and an interactive workshop on closing the value chain in electromobility.
“We are excited to announce an agenda that will enable attendees to gain unique insight into current research and development projects,“ said Nick Davison, CWIEME Portfolio Director. “Maintaining a close communication with our community enabled us to build a programme that addresses key topics in the market. At the upcoming E-Mobility Days, we will support our community with unrivaled, targeted, and in-depth technical content that is highly relevant to our industry.”
During the virtual forum, industry experts from Fraunhofer IWKS, IHS Markit, Audi AG and ZF Group will share exclusive research on topics like electric motor and alternative powertrain development, automotive EV supply chain trends or recycling techniques of battery packs.
Highlights of the E-Mobility Days include:
- Workshop “Closing the Value Chain in Electromobility”: In this interactive workshop, the experts from Fraunhofer IWKS will present a material-to-material recycling approach which maintains magnet alloys and uses them directly for a new magnet production loop, as well as showcase an assessment tool that allows efficient recovery of battery materials.
- Research Report by IHS Markit: IHS Markit reveals exclusive research on global trends for alternative powertrain components, technology and supply chain developments – from a global market outlook to voltage changes and trends in switching devices used in alternative propulsion systems.
- In the Coffee Chat “Automotive OEM inhouse versus outsourced production of electric motors”, Audi AG, ZF Group and IHS Markit will discuss the chances and challenges of future of the automotive supply chain.