SAE 2013 Energy Management Symposium

October 21-22, 2013

Dearborn, Michigan, USA

Doubletree Hotel Detroit/Dearborn

With an increased focus on reducing the consumption of energy in vehicles, energy management has become one of the most critical topics being addressed in the industry today. The demand for reduced energy consumption in vehicles is growing at a rapid pace, and it is no longer a trend, but rather a requirement.

The Energy Management Symposium, part of the SAE 2013 Vehicle Energy Management and Advanced Powertrain Forum, focuses on how systems and components will be designed to meet future demands for efficient vehicles with low consumption requirements.

The symposium covers a broad range of technologies, from advances in powertrain design to innovative vehicle systems, control and strategies for components and features that drive the quest for energy efficiency optimization, and cost effective solutions to meet legislative and market demands.

Panel discussions and presentations will take place addressing:
  • Management systems, requirements and optimization
  • Internal combustion engine improvements
  • Component innovations to save and recuperate energy
  • Route and cycle management to improve energy economy

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