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Current agenda – 12th October 2021
09:30 – 09:50
ZES ZIMMER Electronic Systems GmbH
Sales and Application Engineer
Measurements on Electric Drive Systems
ZES ZIMMER Electronic Systems GmbH is
the sole high-tech company world-wide
exclusively dedicated to high-precision
power analysis. For more than three
decades, power analyzers have been
devised, developed, manufactured and
sold to customers around the globe from
ZES ZIMMER’s corporate headquarter in
Nick Carpenter, Engineering Director
The Challenges of Engineering and Integrating High-power Battery Systems
Delta has three main development streams; battery systems, its catalytic generator and platform master control. Each is approached with the same robust but lightweight methodology, honed through decades spent in the high-pressure motorsport sector.
13:15 – 13:35
Universal Science, Materials Director
James Stratford, Technical Director
Considerations when selecting Vehicle Battery Construction and Protection materials
Universal Science has an established history in two defined areas of operation; thermal management in electronic assemblies and LED lighting. Our over a decade long knowledge and understanding of both industries has enabled us to become the global organisation we are today..
13:40 – 14:00
Khalid Khan, Business Development Manager
The use and development of Lithium batteries in emerging markets and extreme environments.
Khalid has extensive experience within the battery industry, an area in which he has worked for the last 9 years, covering a range of battery chemistries. Khalid is currently focused on the introduction and development of battery technologies into harsh and critical.
14:05 – 14:25
Dr. Royston Jones, Managing Director
Optimising Battery Performance at the Cell, Module & Pack Levels
ltair is a leading provider of enterprise-class engineering software enabling innovation, reduced development times, and lower costs through the entire product lifecycle from concept design to in-service operation.
14:30 – 14:50
Paul Smethurst, CEO
Pioneering Battery Maintenance 4.0
Creating a not for profit battery foundation is an exciting STEM project with origins taken from 120 years of experience from the industrial battery industry sector.
The obvious synergies between traditional and new evolving battery technologies allows this presentation at Battery Tech Expo to announces how The Battery Maintenance 4.0 Foundation can deliver training, research and support into Battery Electric Vehicles
14:55 – 15:15
Ilika – Solid State Batteries for the Connected World
Denis Pasero, Product Commercialisation Manager
Everything you need to know about Solid State Batteries!
Ilika has an established platform for the rapid development of solid state materials and composites such as those required in solid state batteries. Ilika is building upon its success of manufacturing micro solid state Stereax® batteries for IoT to develop a manufacturing process for large format solid state cells on a pre-pilot scale. This talk will also present the progress of several development programs supported by the Faraday Battery Challenge..
15:20 – 15:40
Christophe Birkl, CEO & Co Founder
Brains for Batteries
Christoph Birkl is the CEO and co-founder of Brill Power, based in Oxford, UK. Christoph gained more than five years of experience in energy technology research in his PhD and postdoc position at Oxford University, where he developed novel methods to detect and predict degradation in lithium-ion batteries. He is a lifetime member of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub and has been leading Brill Power as CEO since 2016