The belief is growing amongst politicians, society and industry that the era of regular combustion vehicles will sooner or later come to an end. Mobility is increasing at the same time as pressure from government bodies, environmental groups and consumers to reduce CO2 levels continues to rise. Electric vehicles meet many of the future demands being faced by the automotive industry.
The current challenge for e-motors is to develop light, small and powerful versions in order to make them feasible for the mass market. Here we encounter the catch 22: Only mass production will lower the costs encountered, but currently EVs are too expensive to create a mass market. The driving question remains: How can we produce high-quality, cost effective e-motors without reaching high volumes?
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Speakers: Dr. –Ing Robert Inderka - Manager Advanced Development E-Motor System - Daimler AG Germany, Dr. –Ing. Kai Brune - Development Engineer - Development Electric Motor - AUDI AG Germany, Alexander Fraser - Senior Project Engineer - McLaren Automotive UK, Pär Ingelström - Research Engineer - Electromobility Sub-Systems - Volvo Group Trucks Technology Sweden
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