Discussing the selection of next generation electric powertrain design strategies, Chief Engineer – Jason King will present at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Conference in May. He will share insights from leading e-Drive technology company Integral Powertrain Ltd and take part in a moderated panel discussion.
Jason’s presentation forms part of the ‘Developing Complementary Electric Motors and Power Electronic Control Systems,’ section of the day’s agenda. This session will consider design strategies to follow when creating next generation electric powertrains. It will also consider the pros and cons of modularity versus bespoke.
Jason’s presentation entitled; “High Performance, High Efficiency and Low Cost Traction Motors for Hybrid and BEV – Possible?” will be followed by a moderated panel session. This will be a thought provoking and insightful experience, primarily for the design strategists and those responsible for setting out the technology future of their business. The event is designed to give participating delegates key insights to take away with them.
With a remarkable career in and around innovative, and high performance powertrain, Jason has spent the last 4 years managing several significant client high performance electric motor projects. These projects have contributed to Integral Powertrain Ltd’s e-Drive division securing a leading position in a number of markets. With a solid background in Motorsport and Prestige Vehicles, projects are developing in commercial vehicle and aerospace sectors amongst others.
The Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Europe
The Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Europe is a three day exhibition and conference taking place on the 15th -17th May in Hanover. It’s co-located with the the Battery Show Europe and provides a comprehensive event for delegates who source products or work with electric & hybrid vehicles.
Not to be missed
Jason’s presentation and insights will provide plenty to think about and inspire those creating next generation powertrains and considering how to optimise what they do for maximum success.