Join this session at the Charged Virtual Conference on EV Engineering this Fall to learn more about testing interoperability of EVs and charging infrastructure.
EV and EV supply equipment (EVSE) manufacturers and providers are striving to reach that magical tipping point where range, charging time, availability, safety and price come together to help EVs become the consumer’s preferred choice versus conventional gasoline cars. However, any single design fault in this complex ecosystem will cost money and delays, and no one wants to be late to market. As more EVs roll on the roads, real issues are surfacing, on top of those discovered during R&D. In addition, there is the challenge of learning new and evolving conformance standards, as well as enabling high-power charging to serve ever-increasing battery capacities. We will focus on the testing of Combined Charging System (CCS) high-power chargers and vehicles. The same principles are also applicable for the Chinese charging standard GB/T, the Japanese CHAdeMO, and the upcoming harmonization between them, named ChaoJi-1/-2.
This session, presented by Keysight Technologies, introduces the concept of harmonized conformance and interoperability testing to drive broader market acceptance of EVs.
Other sessions at our Fall Virtual Conference include:
Maximize Process Control for EV Battery Manufacturing with Smart Solutions
In this session, presented by Nordson, sit back and immerse yourself in the world of 1k and 2k sealant and adhesive dispensing for EV battery manufacturing. Leverage smart solutions like foam material, 3D inspection and robotic integration to reduce battery pack rework and material waste on EV battery trays. Learn how choosing the right dispensing system can maximize process control and increase the battery life of a vehicle. Join our team of industry experts, led by Tony Burton and James Britcher, as they share how Nordson is addressing the technology curve within the EV battery segment.
Tony Burton is the Global Market Segment Manager at Nordson, and has 20 years of vast industry expertise. Tony collaborates with key partners within the battery industry to help deliver robust solutions to the market. After spending 17 years in the automotive field, and a year in the aerospace industry, Tony moved to Nordson Sealant Equipment in 2017. For the last two years, Tony has served as the Market Segment Manager in battery and EV manufacturing.
James Britcher has been our Tech-Automation/Application Development Manager for the past three years, and has dedicated more than 27 years of his career to Nordson. James is more than the brain behind the robotics—his innovative mindset has developed cutting-edge dispensing equipment designed to meet technological advancements in the EV market.
Broadcast live October 18 – 21, 2021, the conference content will span the EV engineering supply chain and ecosystem including motor and power electronics design and manufacturing, cell development, battery systems, testing, powertrains, thermal management, circuit protection, wire and cable, EMI/EMC and more.