Countdown to 9th AVL International Commercial Powertrain Conference begins


There are only three weeks left until the 9th AVL International Commercial Powertrain Conference (ICPC) takes place in Graz, Austria. The ICPC will be a platform to discuss potential synergies between truck, agricultural and construction equipment OEMs.

A huge number of representatives from leading commercial vehicle companies are already confirmed, meaning delegates and exhibitors alike are already looking forward to a great event!  

Meet high-level speakers such as  Ron Borsboom from DAF, Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Burget from Liebherr, and Wayne Eckerle from Cummins, will exchange views on solutions driven by CO2 reduction and operating efficiency; zero-emission trucks; electric drive and battery development trends; connected vehicles; and CVT (continuously variable transmissions).

Further CO2 reduction potential will be discussed from solutions including specific application workload. Electrification seems to offer the ultimate solution, but poses also a challenge to engineers, considering the current development status of batteries and charging infrastructure.

There will also be a chance to take a look behind the scenes and discover AVL’s Fuel Cell lab, the Electric Mobility Center (e-Motor testbed, climatic chambers, battery testbed), HiL testbed and much more.

Finally attendees should not miss the social evening in Seggau Castle to network with experts from around the world!

Seize this opportunity to meet experts from other areas of your industry and spark new ideas. Get your ticket now

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