EVT 2019 Wraps Up with Record Attendance
EVTECH EXPO was once again great than previous editions
Electric vehicles face a number of challenges, including battery performance, infrastructure issues, and acceptance of the technology by consumers. These issues was open for debate at the Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo and Battery Show, held from September 10 through 12 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, MI.
EVTECH EXPO returns from September 15th to 17th 2020. See you there!
A number of exhibits will highlight the latest products and technology available for designing into current and future generation hybrid and electric vehicles. For instance, Benevelli shown for the first time on North-American market its new electric motors range AMAC Serie. The motors meets reliability and performance requirements of battery pack systems for all EV variants, enabling electric vehicles manufacturers to achieve amazing performances and high running stint.
First of all the show itself has grown—the Expo is now 20% larger than last year and more than 700 companies exhibit their products and technologies. There was an incredible variety of things to see—computer simulation software, battery test systems, connectors and cabling, battery packaging and venting systems, motors and controllers, chargers, and of course, battery cells and packs are on display.
Conferences and presentations at the show were divided into eight separate tracks and there were more than 150 speakers. Basic materials science, battery chemistry, charging systems, and EV market factors all get serious and critical examination by academic and industry experts. The talks are grouped into topics such as cell design, battery materials development, and EV and hybrid industry developments to aid show-goers in their choices.
Although the future of electrification of transportation in the US is complicated and difficult to predict, visitors detected a shared sense of optimism among battery show attendees. There is also a strong consensus that battery cost will continue to fall and that a cost parity between EVs and gasoline-powered vehicle is just a couple years away. These factors, combined with many billions of dollars of investments by auto makers and suppliers means that electrification has moved from the fringes into an essential core part of the automobile industry.
The dates for The Battery Show and Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo 2020, in Novi, Michigan will be September 15-17, 2020.
Benevelli will be there again together his partner Canimex.
Over 50 years of experience. From local market to worldwide one, this is the history of Mr. Emidio Benevelli that on 1962 founded what would become the company that still bears his name. He began building gearboxes and mechanical inverters for agricultural and construction markets, always aiming for maximum quality. Today, under the leadership of his son Alberto, the company exports to over 40 countries and it's the market leader in the construction of transaxles and power drive units for electric vehicles.