Session Details

Session 4: Advancements in Automotive Finishing

Abstract Number:

70

The presentation will highlight how material selection, the ‎interaction of different processes and the tailored quality ‎performance system can increase performance and reliability of ‎surface treatment systems. ‎

Topics:

Automotive Industry

EV performance has evolved and improved rapidly over the last 5 ‎years. Over this period consumers have held back from EV ‎adoption due to a number of anxieties, such as vehicle ‎range, charging time and availability and reliability. Car makers ‎are trying to optimize the subsystems with regard to ‎cost, performance and continued differentiation. The materials ‎used in EV Batteries, inverters, motors and in radar and vision ‎systems for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) have a ‎significant and measurable impact on the cars performance. ‎

Optimized material choices in combination with QPS systems ‎‎(Quality and Performance Systems,) will assist to optimizing ‎hardware to meet and exceed the reliability requirements and to ‎avoid or reduce the number of vehicle recalls. ‎

MAXIMIZING PERFORMANCE OF EV’S THROUGH MATERIAL ‎SELECTION AND QUALITY CONTROL

Rainer Venz

Global Director of Quality Performance Systems

ESI Automotive