Described as “the brand-new application-driven flagship conference of the IEEE instrumentation and Measurement Society”, the International Conference on Connected Vehicles and Expo is the world’s premier conference in the field to bridge the automated vehicle gap among Science and Technology, Consumer Trust, Homologation and Liability. Held in Graz, Austria, from the 4th to the 7th November, the IEEE ICCVE conference saw the participation of experts, researchers and policymakers from around the world, who joined together with the aim to present the latest innovations and advances on the CAVs, share experience and insights, forecast trends and opportunities, and discuss any policy, economic and social implications of these innovations.
The conference represented a great opportunity to disseminate the aims and contents of the EVC1000 project. Presented in the wider context of the “E-VOLVE Cluster”, EVC1000 was discussed by our researchers from AVL, University of Surrey and TUIL in two session. In the former session dedicated to Next Generation Electrified and Automated Vehicles", moderated by professor Sorniotti from the University of Surrey, Dr. Armengaud from AVL discussed the innovations brought about by EVC1000 in the framework of the presentation “corner concept integrating electrified powertrain (in-wheel motor) with electrical chassis for improved performances, energy and drivability”. This session saw the participation of about 50 experts from the academia and the industry. In the latter discussion, researchers from the AVL, University of Surrey and TUIL presented the paper “European Innovation for Next Generation Electrified Vehicles and Components” which represented another opportunity to discuss progresses in vehicle electrification.
More information on the conference can be found here: https://iccve2019.com/
Presentations and papers can be found in the download section.