However, converting traditionally combustion powered industrial machines and vehicles is not a matter of simply removing the combustion engine to be replaced with batteries and electric motors. Engineering these novel products for delivering customer required outcomes requires holistic evaluation of potential machine performance and efficiency, as well as anticipation of product integration, assembly, and service requirements.
In this webinar we will address engineering challenges and questions that arise in the system specification and modelling of electric commercial vehicles and industrial machines. Ranging from systems modelling of the electric/mechanical systems that power the machines to the human-centric validation of the assembly process requirements and service maintenance procedures for these yet to be realized or replicated product variants.
- System Design & Dimensioning
- System Fault Modelling & Prediction
- Energy Management & “range anxiety”
- Systems Integration
- Space claim, packaging, cabling and wiring
- Human Centric Assembly & Service Process Validation
Who should attend:
- Program managers of product electrification
- Digital transformation leaders
- Electrical/Mechanical integration engineering teams
- Assembly process owners
- Maintenance and service methods planners
Founded in 1973, ESI Group envisions a world where Industry commits to bold outcomes, addressing high stakes concerns – environmental impact, safety & comfort for consumers and workers, adaptable and sustainable business models. ESI provides reliable and customized solutions anchored on predictive physics modeling and virtual prototyping expertise to allow industries to make the right decisions at the right time, while managing their complexity. Acting principally in automotive & land transportation, aerospace, defense & naval, energy and heavy industry, ESI is present in more than 20 countries, employs 1200 people around the world and reported 2020 sales of €132.6 million. ESI is headquartered in France and is listed on compartment B of Euronext Paris.
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