Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technologies Symposium

February 19-21, 2019 │ Garden Grove (Anaheim), CA, USA

Why should you attend?

Connect with colleagues
Engage in conversations and hear presentations about the latest regulatory happenings and positions
Peer-to-peer networking

Network and interact with leading electric and hybrid-electric vehicle engineers from OEMs and associated supplier companies

Knowledge exchange

Share and hear ideas for evolving, new technologies

Gain new expertise

Enhance your expertise as knowledgeable powertrain electrification experts

The SAE 2019 Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Technologies Symposium (HVTS) is the hub that connects you with the most cutting-edge technologies in the hybrid and electric vehicle industry developed for and beyond the North American market.

Now in its 16th consecutive year, the symposium will convene in Anaheim – Wyndham Garden Grove, CA, from Feb. 19-21, 2019.  This one-of-a-kind event provides vehicle design engineers and management with a forum to share and discuss the latest technology, applications, and overall development challenges for electric and hybrid-electric vehicles through in-depth discussions and focused networking opportunities. Learn from and meet with OEMs, tier 1 and 2 suppliers, industry researchers, government officials, and technology specialists from the entire supply chain of EV, HEV, and EREV vehicles.

Who attends:

  • Hybrid, electric, and alternative fuel technology engineers/consultants
  • Engineering managers
  • Development and systems engineers
  • Tier 1 and 2 suppliers
  • Regulators from EPA and CARB
  • Researchers and academia
  • Marketing and sales
  • Government officials
  • Media

What will you gain?

Since the inception of automotive hybrid technology in the early '90s, the continual progression of new and changing powertrain and transmission technologies, along with battery and regenerative systems, plug-in hybrids, and all-electric vehicles have resulted in an ongoing need for technical updates for design engineers working for OEMs and suppliers.

SAE International continues to be at the forefront in providing the most comprehensive review of current issues affecting the advancement of hybrid and electric vehicles to today's engineers. In fact, this overwhelmingly well-attended symposium has been declared a "must-attend" by several of the industry's leading hybrid and EV engineers and component developers.

Year after year, SAE International has focused on meeting the needs of our hybrid and electric vehicle constituency. Through the combination of technical presentations and networking opportunities, Hybrid provides you with the most relevant and timely information available. By attending this symposium, you will gain the insight you need to perform your job at the highest level.

Key areas of interest:

  • Alternative fuels technology
  • Batteries
  • Body design and styling for hybrid vehicles
  • Charging
  • Component improvement
  • Electric motor development
  • Electric vehicle technology
  • Fuel cells
  • High-efficiency engines
  • Hybrid vehicle technology
  • Motorsports contribution

Emergency procedures

During this SAE event, attendees are to follow the established emergency guidelines of the facility where the emergency occurs. Based on the location of the incident, report emergencies to the nearest venue representative and/or security personnel if available, or report to the SAE operations office on site.

Should a catastrophic event occur, attendees should follow the safety and security instructions issued by the facility at the time of the event. This includes listening for instructions provided through the public-address system and following posted evacuation routes if required.

In case of an emergency, or a major disruption to the schedule of the event, attendees and exhibitors may call the below number to receive updated information on the status of the event. Updates will also be provided via the SAE website, sae.org, and event mobile app.

SAE Emergency Hotline