AVL

AVL

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AVL is the world's largest independent company for the development of powertrain systems with internal combustion engines as well as instrumentation and test systems. AVL Powertrain Engineering is an expert partner to the global automotive and mobility industry for the development of innovative powertrain systems. From diesel engines to electric drives, from alternative fuels to control software, from transmissions to batteries, we have been working in partnership with companies all over the world for more than 60 years. Unique synergies with AVL Instrumentation and Test Systems and AVL Advanced Simulation Technologies enable the development of highly creative, mature and application-specific solutions for our customers in order that they meet their future market challenges.
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2020
18 Mar 2020

The Future Powertrain Conference 2020

Highlights from The Future Powertrain Conference 2020 - "Driving the Future"
16 Mar 2020

E-Paper Displays Used in Santorini and Syros

Travellers on Santorini and Syros will benefit from real-time passenger information on solar powered e-paper bus stop displays as a result of smart city projects led by Papercast partner, AMCO Inspired Technologies.
2019
12 Jul 2019

Highlights from VDI's 15th Commercial Vehicles Conference

The Commercial Vehicles International Conference is a biennial event arranged by the Association of German Engineers (VDI). The 15th iteration of this conference was held at the Kongresshaus in Baden-Baden, Germany on the 4th and 5th of June 2019. The conference featured a total of 34 speeches and keynotes, with sessions on Electrification; Vehicle Concepts; Automated Driving; Connectivity; Safety and Smart Logistics. Companies represented at the conference included: Daimler, MAN, Schaeffler, ZF, WABCO, Robert Bosch, Magna, FlixBus, AVL and Kölner Verkehrs-Betriebe.
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31 Jan 2019

Energy Storage for Electric Buses and Trucks 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop and Dr Na Jiao
2017
15 May 2017

Electric Vehicle News from IDTechEx Show! Berlin May 2017

The successful "IDTechEx Show!" in Berlin with nearly 3000 paying delegates, nine parallel conferences, 25 masterclasses and a large exhibition had a huge amount for the electric vehicle enthusiast.
10 May 2017

Powertrain Electrification - Key Element Of The Powertrain

AVL, Austria
9 May 2017

When electric vehicles crash, what happens to the battery?

Safety, range and costs: these are the three big premises of electromobility. Safety definitely comes first. Lithium-based traction batteries are usually completely enclosed in the battery case and integrated in the vehicle to protect the battery from all conceivable stresses and external influences. This "armour" has an effect on construction, weight, size and overall design of the vehicle.
5 Apr 2017

48V mild hybrid: Greater ambitions now

IDTechEx are at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Conference in Sindlefingen, Germany where 48V mild hybrids are rightly a strong focus.
20 Jan 2017

FWT joins forces with Papercast

Papercast's distinctive combination of features provides passengers with real-time bus arrival predictions, timetables and other relevant passenger information delivered wirelessly to solar powered e-paper displays at bus stops.
2016
16 Nov 2016

Market forecasts, key powertrains, components for industrial EVs

n this second article on the iVT Electric and Hybrid Industrial Vehicle Technology Symposium November 9-10 in Cologne Germany, we look at powertrains and components being favoured. Because of the large power surges in and out with many of these vehicles, you more often saw supercapacitors compared to on-road vehicles and hybrids remain the preferred option by far.
7 Mar 2016

Future Powertrain Conference 2016 National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull

The third Future Powertrain conference was a great event with about 400 delegates and a total of 35 table exhibitors. The summary of the presentations given during the FPC2016 are discussed here.
2015
6 Jul 2015

EV Insights: Can Motorsport Technology Clean Up Our Cities?

This is an IDTechEx report on the invitation-only meeting "Can Motorsport Technology Clean Up Our Cities?" in London on June 26 2015.
24 Feb 2015

CPT sees rapidly growing interest in 48V mild hybrid technology

Environmental award winner Controlled Power Technologies witnessed more interest in 48V mild hybrid vehicles when it recently showcased its switched-reluctance (SR) motor-generator technology in Los Angeles.
2013
18 Jul 2013

Bosch and PSA Peugeot Citroën's OpEneR system to increase range of EVs

Bosch and PSA Peugeot Citroën unveiled two prototype vehicles that use the Optimal Energy Consumption and Recovery (OpEneR) system that significantly increase the efficiency, driving range, and safety of future hybrid and electric vehicles.
2011
26 Sep 2011

Modular 'micro-mild' hybrid technology - reducing CO2 emissions

Incremental manufacturing cost is €50-60 for every 1 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions compared with the €200-500 per cent typical for full hybrids. Further value enhancements are possible if the automotive industry were to standardise around the proposed 48 volt power networks developing in Europe.