SAE 2013 Heavy Duty Vehicles Symposium - Technologies for High Efficiency & Fuel Economy

September 29-30, 2013

Rosemont, Illinois, USA

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center

This symposium will explore cost-effective technologies capable of delivering quantifiable improvements in vehicle efficiency - a critical priority for the medium- and heavy-duty vehicle industry in light of pending fuel economy/GHG regulations and the volatile cost of fuel.

The program will kick off with a high-level overview session exploring the regulatory outlook for fuel economy and GHG emissions of medium- and heavy-duty on- and off-highway vehicles. Technical sessions will address the following major topic areas:

  • Internal Combustion Engine Technologies
  • Hybrids (both electric and hydraulic)
  • Vehicle Technologies (electrification, cooling systems, low rolling resistance tires, aerodynamics, etc.)
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems

Plan now to join the discussion with peers and industry experts at this unique symposium addressing new and emerging technologies to increase HD vehicle efficiency and decrease emissions for a wide range of vehicle applications.

Symposium Organizers

Darius Mehta Darius Mehta
Manager of the Diesel Technology
Southwest Research Institute (SwRI)
Craig A. Puetz Craig A. Puetz
Manager, Systems and Advanced Engineering
Ag Tractor Drivetrain Engineering
John Deere Product Engineering Center
David Smith David Smith
Manager, Electrical Power Systems Program
Deputy Director, Power Electronics & Electrical
Power Systems Research Center
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Robert Wagner Robert Wagner
Director of the Fuels Engines and Emissions Research Center
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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