The availability of electric vehicles is constantly increasing. More and more battery-electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids are on the road. However, innovations never stand still: experience new technical trends in electromobility at the
5th Vector E-Mobility Engineering Day 2018
on Thursday, 12th April
at Vector in Stuttgart, Germany
Speakers from ABB, EKU Power Drives, Mstar, Qualcomm, Renault, the University of Stuttgart and Vector specialists will discuss future-oriented innovations with you and share their latest expertise at first hand.
Paul Bertrand from the French technology service for standardization Smartfuture is convener of IEC 15118 and IEC 63110. He will speak about communication standards for smart grid integration based on ISO/IEC 15118 and IEC 63110. Many CharIN members are already committed to CharIN topics such as vehicle-to-grid (V2G), communication protocols and the application of standards which will be discussed during the event.
At the accompanying trade exhibition, you will also have the opportunity to discuss your individual requirements with our product specialists.
The registration form, the agenda and information about the venue can be found at www.vector.com/EMOB2018
Participation and catering is free of charge.
Vector Informatik GmbH, Holderäckerstraße 36, 70499 Stuttgart, Germany,
Ms. Andrea Santana, Phone: +49 711 80670-5354, E-mail: email@example.com; www.vector.com/emob2018
About the Vector Group:
Vector Informatik is the leading manufacturer of software tools and embedded components for the development of electronic systems and their networking with many different systems from CAN to Automotive Ethernet.
Vector has been a partner of automotive manufacturers and suppliers and related industries since 1988. Vector tools and services provide engineers with the decisive advantage to make a challenging and highly complex subject area as simple and manageable as possible. Vector employees work on electronic innovations for the automotive industry every day. Worldwide customers in the automotive, commercial vehicles, aerospace, transportation, and control technology industries rely on the solutions and products of the independent Vector Group for the development of technologies for future mobility. Vector worldwide currently employs more than 2,000 people with sales of EUR 520 million in 2017. With its headquarter in Germany (Stuttgart), Vector has subsidiaries in the USA, Japan, France, Great Britain, Italy, Austria, Sweden, South Korea, India, China, and Brazil.