Our virtual forum provided you with exclusive updates on the latest industry trends and developments in automotive electric motors and drivetrains, unique insight into current innovative research and development projects, and the option to have joined industry peers to discuss the outlook for the future of auto manufacturing of electric motors.

After a challenging year, we have given our community much-needed access to product and technology developments in electric mobility engineering. Together with our intelligence partners, industry associations and research institutes, we have been inspiring electrical engineers and procurement professionals to drive innovation in electric manufacturing.

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Global electric motor and alternative powertrain developments

IHS Markit reveals exclusive research on global trends for alternative powertrain components, technology and supply chain developments – from a global market outlook to voltage changes and trends in switching devices used in alternative propulsion systems. A comparison between four OEMs is used to delve into the e-axle motor and inverter market outlook for battery electric vehicles, fuel cell electric vehicles and full hybrid vehicles.

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Automotive OEM inhouse versus outsourced production of electric motors

With around 50% of European OEM motor production already completed in-house, and market share foreseen to grow to more than 60% by 2025 what is the outlook for component manufacturers and suppliers? Will there be more opportunities for strategic technical partnerships such as e.g. that between Audi and Schaeffler in Formula E or will manufacturers need to diversify their product and customer base?

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Closing the value chain in electromobility

Batteries and motors contain valuable resources such as rare earth elements (neodymium, dysprosium), cobalt, lithium, and copper, which mostly have to be imported from countries outside the EU. Join the experts from Fraunhofer Society for an in-depth technical analysis and breakdown of recycling techniques for batteries and rare earth permanent magnets pioneered by Fraunhofer, their implications for sustainability and the supply chain. Join us in this interactive workshop.

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Our Speakers

Andrea Loi

Product Planning, Electrified Powertrain Systems Division ZF Group

Claudio Vittori

Senior Technical Research Analyst – Powertrain & E-Mobility Component Research IHS Markit

Dr. Jari Hyvönen

Senior Project Manager PPE Powertrain Audi AG

Dr. Jörg Zimmermann

Head of Department Energy Materials Fraunhofer IWKS

Jürgen Gassmann

Head of Department Magnetic Materials Fraunhofer IWKS

Dr. Andreas Stegmüller

Digitalization of Resources Fraunhofer IWKS

Zhiyi Su

Research Scientist Automotive Products Research Laboratory Hitachi

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