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Battery Systems in Car Body Engineering Conference | Bad Nauheim, Germany

Battery systems for evs: em-powering electrification

October 26-27, 2021 | Bad Nauheim, Germany

While a lot of processes and developments seem to have slowed down during the current pandemic, vehicle electrification was not one of them. On the contrary, in 2020, EV sales were on the rise, and more EVs are on the market than ever before.

Due to the continuous addition of new, fully electric vehicles to the product portfolio of almost all OEMs worldwide, two of the main challenges of car body engineering and manufacturing today can be summarized in these two questions: What are the best OEM and supplier solutions for building EV battery systems, and how are these battery systems best integrated into the car body structure? In this context, the Automotive Circle once again cordially invites its global network of automotive engineers to join our annual expert discussion of these challenges and their possible solutions in Bad Nauheim, Germany, on October 26 - 27, 2021.

Hear about latest possibilities directly from the developers involved and be part of this high-level exchange of information in the globally leading network of experts on Battery Systems in automotive production.

At 9.30 am Sebastian Gries from the Dürr Systems AG and Oliver Zink from Teamtechnik are going to present the smart solutions for integrated battery module and pack assembly as well as dispensing processes. If you're interested in this topic visit us in Bad Nauheim!

Show Hours:

TuesdayOctober 26, 20219:00 AM - 6:30 PM
WednesdayOctober 27, 20218:30 AM - 3:15 PM