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The Heart of Electric Vehicles

NOV
09
2020
09. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > electronica Automotive Conference > Technology Trends for E-Drives

15:20-15:50 h | Virtual

Today’s technology change to e-Mobility is without any alternative. We will soon see a huge variety of electric vehicles on the road. Most of them will be BEV or PHEV but also FCEV variants are currently entering the market.

Most discussions about e-Mobility are focused around the battery and the corresponding vehicle range. One could say that the battery is the heart of an electric vehicle.

Applying the same logic to a vehicle with a combustion engine would have been: The Heart of a vehicle is the fuel tank.

Whether BEV, PHEV or FCEV all those vehicles have in common that they are driven by an electric motor, which is controlled by an Inverter to convert DC to AC and control the complete driving behavior and efficiency.

Challenges and Solutions in the development of E-Drives will be outlined to prove that the Heart of all electric vehicles is the Powertrain.

Subjects: Automotive

Speaker: Eike Martini (Valeo Siemens eAutomotive)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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Today’s technology change to e-Mobility is without any alternative. We will soon see a huge variety of electric vehicles on the road. Most of them will be BEV or PHEV but also FCEV variants are currently entering the market.

Most discussions about e-Mobility are focused around the battery and the corresponding vehicle range. One could say that the battery is the heart of an electric vehicle.

Applying the same logic to a vehicle with a combustion engine would have been: The Heart of a vehicle is the fuel tank.

Whether BEV, PHEV or FCEV all those vehicles have in common that they are driven by an electric motor, which is controlled by an Inverter to convert DC to AC and control the complete driving behavior and efficiency.

Challenges and Solutions in the development of E-Drives will be outlined to prove that the Heart of all electric vehicles is the Powertrain.

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Eike Martini

1991   
High School in Mayen / Germany

91-93 
Vocational Tarining as Car Mechanic

93-97 
University of applied sciences Cologne Vehicle Engineering

97-03 
Porsche AG Engine Application 911 turbo, Cayenne V8 / V8T. Finally Senior Engineer

00-02 
University of applied sciences Lahr Economy and Industrial engineering (in parallel to work)

03-08 
AVL List GmbH Department Manager for methodology, calibration and test

08-13 
AVL List GmbH Global Business Segment Manager Calibration Tools

14-18 
Executive Director System Application at Continental. Globally responsible for all engine application and integration services.

Since 2/18 Global Head of System Engineering at Valeo Siemens eAutomotive

Eike Martini

Valeo Siemens eAutomotive

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Eike Martini

1991   
High School in Mayen / Germany

91-93 
Vocational Tarining as Car Mechanic

93-97 
University of applied sciences Cologne Vehicle Engineering

97-03 
Porsche AG Engine Application 911 turbo, Cayenne V8 / V8T. Finally Senior Engineer

00-02 
University of applied sciences Lahr Economy and Industrial engineering (in parallel to work)

03-08 
AVL List GmbH Department Manager for methodology, calibration and test

08-13 
AVL List GmbH Global Business Segment Manager Calibration Tools

14-18 
Executive Director System Application at Continental. Globally responsible for all engine application and integration services.

Since 2/18 Global Head of System Engineering at Valeo Siemens eAutomotive

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