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Posts Tagged: Charged Virtual Conference on EV Engineering

GM’s lead battery pack engineer to give keynote address at Charged Virtual Conference in April

General Motors is arguably the most charged of the legacy automakers—the company plans to launch 30 new battery-electric vehicles by 2025 across a wide range of segments, all using its next-generation Ultium platform. Charged is pleased to announce that GM’s Engineering Technical Leader for High-Voltage Battery Packs will deliver a keynote address at our upcoming… Tags: , , , , , , ,

Selecting the right protective conformal coatings for electronic system design (Webinar)

Introducing the right materials early in the design phase of an EV system helps to optimize cost and design. One common challenge is protecting vehicle electronics, PCBs, sensors and components from moisture, electrical shorts, corrosion and more. OEMs and Tier 1 product designers have turned to conformal coatings to optimize their systems to handle these… Read more »

Advantages of modularity when testing an EV’s BMS (Webinar)

With the adoption of electric vehicles in the automotive and aerospace industries, a significant challenge to be tackled is the effective testing and validation of the battery management system (BMS). Using modular, PXI-based switch and simulation modules offers many advantages in testing a BMS including: A fully flexible test system that can be optimized to… Read more »

A multipurpose approach for testing EV power ecosystems (Webinar)

Whether validating new designs, benchmarking supplied products, or end of line production testing, a multipurpose strategy to testing an EV’s power ecosystem may just be what your budget orders. Successful and economic testing begins with vertically minded solutions. Chroma’s approach is a result of the development of multipurpose test equipment that can be applied to… Read more »

Improve performance of battery testing in three areas (Webinar)

EV Battery validation demands innovation in multiple dimensions but there is no playbook or best practices. EV engineers must figure out how to meet expectations of safety and operation, and testing a battery feels like hitting a moving target. There’s one variable that matters the most to accomplish these demanding goals: performance. Join this webinar… Read more »

Stages of constructing the optimal battery module architectures (Webinar)

Join this webinar session at our Spring Virtual Conference on EV Engineering, presented by H.B. Fuller Company, where we will discuss the process of constructing a battery module and the use of innovative adhesive, sealant, and encapsulants for each stage of construction. We will go step by step from bonding cells to carriers all to… Read more »

In-line inspection of EVs and components (Webinar)

Automated inspection plays a huge role in the manufacturing of electric vehicles. In-line machine vision systems allow manufacturers to ensure that they produce defect-free components at high rates of speed. These systems can also play a pivotal role in the actual assembly of EV components as they often guide robotic arms. Join this webinar session… Read more »

Setting up your EV battery test lab for success

For electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers, suppliers and test facilities, intensive testing of EV batteries is crucial to secure an advantage over the competition. Efficient and reliable testing is essential for faster developments and shorter time-to-market. However, before testing can begin, thorough test lab planning is required. There are various approaches to planning and setting up… Read more »

Vehicle as a grid: Bi-directional and intelligent power management EV solutions (Webinar)

Imagine a place where unseen technology powering our world is all around. Products and systems enabling an energy transition, power our vehicles and are integrated within our homes and cities, connecting us all. With a world-class portfolio of EV products and global expertise in electrical infrastructure development, Eaton’s “Everything as Grid” approach is addressing the… Read more »

Reduce inefficiencies in HIL testing for traction inverter ECUs

Validating automotive traction inverter can become inefficient because of the disparate toolchains that connect design and validation. While the design team speaks in models, usually from MathWorks Simulink® or Simscape™ software, the validation team works in HIL test systems and attempts to run those models in real-time software. The hand-off rarely performs at its best… Read more »