Exhibiting Companies, e.g.
Battery & Powertrain
In cooperation with BMZ Batterien-Montage-Zentrum GmbH and Batteryuniversity GmbH.
The future of electric mobility will largely depend on the progress made in battery and powertrain technologies.
Weight and charging capacity of the batteries determine the range of electric cars. As the battery is the most expensive component of an electric vehicle, the price – and thus the market potential – depend directly on the batteries’ manufacturing costs. Therefore, we’ll put a huge emphasis on Battery & Powertrain in this year’s trade fair. It will be one of our key exhibition areas and it will be covered with a dedicated category in our newly launched eMove360° Award for Electric & Autonomous Driving. At the World Mobility Summit, that will take place during the trade fair, we will dedicate two entire conference days to the centerpiece of electric vehicles. At the last trade fair renowned organizations like Fraunhofer IISB with its engine Frontrunner 99,7 – the number reflecting the extremely high efficiency of the motor –, Siemens with its new engine SP260D for aircrafts or BMW with its drivetrain system of the 225 xe have demonstrated, what can be done and what can be achieved even today. In this crucial stage various new players enter the market, that have previously not been active in the field of electric mobility, e.g. Jungheinrich, a company with a long-term experience in electric drivetrains that they will use now to enter the market of electric mobility.
Other well-known companies like Aradex, Bender, Berghof, Busbar, IM+E Actia, Rohm, SAPA, Schaeffler or Schwarz Elektromotoren have presented their innovations at the trade fair, too.