GM, Ford, A123 Systems and FCA confirmed to speak at The Battery Show Conference

The Battery Show Conference recently announced its full agenda with yet another top line-up of OEMs, tier 1s, government, academic and research organisations confirmed to speak. 

Co-located with Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology, the three-track conference returns to Novi, Michigan (September 12-14, 2017) for an unrivalled knowledge-sharing and networking experience attracting thought leaders and experienced professionals from across the battery and H/EV supply chain, as well as key government representatives, academics and technical experts.

Speakers The Battery Show Conferenceconfirmed include Mike Tinskey, Global Director, Emerging Services, Connectivity & Electrification, Ford Motor Company, Joe Walicki, Vice President and President, Johnson Controls, Venkat Srinivasan, Director, ACCESS; Deputy Director Research and Development, JCESR, Mohamad Abdul-Hak, Manager, High Voltage Systems & Power Electronics, Mercedes-Benz, Brian Sisk, VP Cell Development, A123 Systems, Carrie Okma, Lithium-ion Chemistry Cell/ Chemistry Specialist, FCA, Milind Gandhi, Bolt EV Battery Pack Engineering Group Manager, General Motors, Carlton Brown, Director of Engineering, Robert Bosch Battery Systems, Professor Stanley Whittingham, Distinguished Professor and Director, NECCES

The comprehensive three-day program will explore the global outlook for the battery sector, next generational materials, 48V battery architecture, efficient battery manufacturing, XEV battery design and ESS with more than 150 expert speakers offering key insights into the latest developments in battery markets and on ground-breaking, commercially viable technologies. View the full agenda here.

Building on the highly successful multi-track format of recent years, the event brings an exciting new edition to its agenda this year with a day of Pre-Conference Workshops, taking place Monday September 11, 2017. With a focus on H/EV fast-charging and both H/EV vehicle and battery testing, these sessions provide a practical and focused sessions are your chance to delve further into some of the most advanced and complex areas of battery and electric and hybrid vehicle technology. Find out more here.

Early-bird passes are available online – book here by July 14 to save up to $300.

Running parallel to the conference is a free-to-attend 600+ supplier exhibition hall – pre-register for your free exhibition pass here.