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Nissay Marunouchi Garden Tower 3F
1-1-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 100-0005
Convention room: AP Tokyo Marunouchi. E+F
Li-ion batteries (LIB) have enabled the start of a transition from gasoline to electric cars. Large automotive companies will suffer competition from new entrants like start-ups and Chinese automakers, but the biggest revolution will take place for Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers.
Electric vehicles (EV) are capturing everyone's imagination thanks to unique features like environmental friendliness, low noise, and no urban pollution. This quiet revolution will take place at all levels, from cars, to ships, to airplanes. IDTechEx is the only company analysing 45 different EV categories that include industrial EVs, leisure EVs, plug-in hybrids, drones, boats, military EVs, and much more.
Thanks to this unique perspective, IDTechEx is able to analyse technology and market trends in areas like battery packs, powertrains, and power electronics at all levels. While 48V mild hybrids can offer a temporary solution to local CO2 emissions in Europe, countries like China are going all-in with pure EVs, thanks to generous government incentives. Other countries like Japan see hydrogen as a viable solution, while in the States, start-ups are disrupting a century-old industry from the ground up.
Much more is however happening beyond cars, in sectors like goods delivery, aviation, public transport, and logistics. In these markets, lies a significant portion of the value of the total EV market, with higher chances for dynamic companies to compete for dominance. The opportunities for component suppliers and others are much greater than most people realise. They lie in land, water and air electric vehicles as defined because they increasingly need new components and systems.
Looking into the future, energy-independent electric vehicles can also become a reality. These include EVs that are partially or completely powered by energy harvesting devices like solar panels, microwind, and infrared radiation.
All the topics mentioned above will be covered by IDTechEx analyst Luke Gear in this dedicated forum on electric vehicles. The seminar will include
IDTechEx Japanes Analysts Yasuo Yamamoto, will be available at this Insight Forum for further discussion.
Please join IDTechEx Analysts for lunch and networking from 13:00-14:00
Timings and the agenda are subject to change
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