EVENTS Automotive        07/11/2019

7-8 November, 2019 İstanbul

7-8 November, 2019    İstanbul

The International Automotive Engineering Conference (IAEC) is organised by OIB (Automotive Industry Exporters’ Association), OSD (Automotive Manufacturers Association), OTEP (Automotive Technology Platform) and TAYSAD (Association of Automotive Parts & Components Manufacturers), in cooperation with SAE International (Society of Automotive Engineers).

 

The conference aims at reviewing the latest developments in the automotive industry with respect to automotive engineering, and leading international experts will present latest thinking in the field of “Electric Vehicle Technologies and its Future”. The conference will address the issues of developments in engineering, R&D and innovation capability, fostering of cooperation between universities and the industry, and the encouragement of the utilisation of alternative resources through engineering companies  at national and international level, to increase product development and innovation capability. 

 

The conference will also address the main issues of “Global Electric Vehicle Outlook”, “li-lon Batteries: Current Status and Recent Developments”, “EV: Markets, Policies and Emissions (Light Vehicles)”, “xEV Technologies”, Battery and BMS”, “EV Charging Infrastructure and Grid”, “EVs and Its Impact on Auto Industry in Turkey”, “Success Stories” and “Commercial vehicles in the Age of Electrification”.

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