The Symposium will be held Sept. 11-13 at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown, Indianapolis, Ind.
Grana will speak at 9:15 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 11. His presentation is titled, “Collecting Good Data Today to Answer New Questions Tomorrow.” Grana has 32 years of automotive industry experience. He has influenced Cummins engine performance through his work in system level modeling and creative data reduction and visualization techniques. Grana has led groups responsible for the integration of systems using Exhaust Gas Recirculation, Variable Geometry Turbocharging, Common Rail Fuel Systems, Diesel Oxidation Catalysts, Diesel Particulate Filters, Selective Catalytic Reduction and OBD.
Other presenters during the three-day event will include:
- John Ellis, California Air Resources Board - “Light Duty Regulatory Update”
- Tom Montes, California Air Resources Board – “Heavy Duty Regulatory Update”
- Greg Coburn, California Bureau of Auto Repair – “California Smog Check Failure Analysis and Future Changes"
Interactive breakouts will include: CyberSecurity/Tamper Update, China 6, Heavy Duty, and Communication Standards. Presentations from the OEM Industry will include: GM, Ford, Toyota, FCA, and Volkswagen of America.
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