Brake Colloquium & Exhibition - 39th Annual

October 17 - 20, 2021 │ Orlando, Florida or Online & On-Demand

New Brake Technology. The Latest Standards Information. Criticality of Vehicle Architecture.

The Brake Colloquium & Exhibition program evolves as the braking industry does. Current hot topics include the effects powertrain system and driver assist systems for improved safety are having on the development strategy for the brake industry, showcasing the need for collaborative work to better understand the impacts of new drivetrain and advance safety systems on the brake duty cycle, the issue of brake dust and emissions growth, and more.

To spearhead the discussion on these issues, this year’s Bake technical program will feature presentation sessions, panels, tutorials, keynote presentations, and more – providing attendees the opportunity to exchange critical information with experts from OEMs and top suppliers.

 

Organizers are in the process of reviewing submitted manuscripts and presentations with the goal of providing you the most comprehensive look at the critical challenges and  solutions, as technology evolves.

Below is a tentative listing of topics under consideration. Final presentation selections will be complete by August 23, 2021.

Presentation Sessions

Friction/ Raw Materials
Friction Materials and Couples View Details
Friction and Vibration View Details

NVH View Details

Testing and Measurement View Details

Advances in Brake Component Design View Details

Brake Mechatronics View Details

Brake Emissions View Details

Commercial Vehicles View Details

Brake System Control Products and Methodologies View Details

Wheel Bearings and Seals View Details

Simulation View Details

High Performance & Aftermarket Brake Systems for Cars View Details

Panel Discussions

NEW - Changes and Challenges in Brake Corner Testing View Details

NEW - How the Industry Shift to Electric Vehicles is Affecting Wheel Bearings View Details

Wheel Bearing Design and Production Validation Testing View Details

Voice of the OEM View Details

SAE Standards Update View Details

Brake Friction Requirements for Electric/Autonomous Vehicles considering the continuously Changing properties of Disc Pads and Discs View Details

NEW - The Criticality of a Systems Approach to Today’s Brake System Development View Details

NEW - Brake Controls for CO2, PM, and Efficiency View Details

Tutorials

NEW -  Systems Engineering 101 View Details

NEW - Fundamentals of Tribology – A Brake Engineering Perspective View Details

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