Low voltage hybridization: How to lower costs, enhance CO2 benefits and transmission impacts
Dr Olivier Coppin, Innovation & scientific development director, Valeo, France
By scalable solutions low voltage hybrid systems are real first steps in hybridization field. With the extended power field offered by 48V components, more vehicle segments and applications can have more benefits at a still limited over cost. We will introduce a new kind of hybridization which can address a lot of vehicle engine adaptation fields. Continue reading
Comprehensive E-Mobility – What is feasible and what makes sense?
Dr Karsten Wasiluk, Assistant Director Automotive & Transport, Schlegel und Partner, Germany
Electric driving range and fast-charging capability are the dominating topics in regard to electric mobility. Batteries with capacities of 100 kWh and more as well as charging with 350 kW at 800V are discussed. The goal of these developments is the perfect substitution of today’s combustion vehicles as the central means of private mobility for all purposes. Accordingly, common scenarios of future mobility propagate an asymptotic development towards pure electric mobility. Continue reading
Market structure and development prospect of new energy vehicles in China
Liangyu CHEN, Partner, Shanghai Timer Auto Consulting Company, China
With the rapid growth of new energy vehicles in China, the market segments are changing also:
- from the vehicle’s dynamic form, the proportion of HEV, PHEV, BEV and fuel cell vehicles;
- in passenger car market, the composition of brand\ sales areas\ vehicle level;
- in commercial vehicle market, the product structure, key areas of sales.
Development Strategy and Marketing Position of China’s Intelligent Vehicles
Dr Jian JIN, Partner, Deloitte, China
Part One: Current Situation and Problems Facing to China’s Intelligent Vehicles
- Introduction of China’s Intelligent Vehicles Development
• Major Enterprises’ Performance
- Environment for China’s Intelligent Vehicles Development
• Macroscopic environment: development of the Internet, application of Big data, support of IoT, Combination of VR technologies
• State Policies: One Belt One Road, China Manufacture 2025
• Social recognition: convenience, comfort, economy, environmental friendship, policy benefits
• Economic benefits: promotion of vehicle industry transformation , reduction of anti-pollution cost, growth of relevant supporting industries
- Problems in the Development of China’s Intelligent Vehicles
• Technology: Core technology is far behind global standard.
• Law: Legal judgement on intelligent vehicles accident is not clear.
• Society: Consumers hold uncertainty on the safety of intelligent vehicles. For premium consumers, there’s a blank of high-end products. The growth of intelligent vehicles exacerbates the shortage of parking spots, and acts incompatible with urbanization.