Industry and government agency experts will offer insights into vehicle electrification





At APEC 2017, the Power Sources Manufacturers Association’s (PSMA) Transportation
Power Electronics Technical Committee will sponsor an APEC Industry Session
titled: Vehicle Electrification – Not
just the Powertrain
. The session (IS12) will feature seven speakers from industry and
government research laboratories who will discuss the new and evolving
technologies shaping the transportation market. The session will be held during
the APEC conference on March 29th from 2:00
p.m. to 5:25 p.m., at the Tampa Convention Center.

The Transportation Industry Session is
composed of the following presentations:

  • Electrified Transportation Challenges
  • Wireless Power Transfer: a Developers Guide
  • Which Way for Wireless Power: High Q or High K?
  • Electrification of the Auxiliary Accessories in
    Electric Drive Vehicles (EDV’s)
  • 12V / 48V Hybrid Vehicle Technology
  • Electric Drive Technologies Research Roadmap Update
  • Waste Heat Recuperation for Passenger Vehicles

PSMA Transportation Power Electronics
Committee co-chairs, Ralph Taylor of Delphi and Fred Weber of Future Technology
Worldwide, encourage attendees of APEC 2017 to attend this informative Industry
Session and to consider participating in the other PSMA-sponsored Industry Sessions during the week.

PSMA Transportation Power Electronics
Committee Meeting Notice

If you have ideas or suggestions about topics
that you would like to learn more about regarding automotive electrification,
or about the theme of next year’s Industry Session, please be sure to attend the
PSMA Transportation Power Electronics Committee meeting. The committee meeting
will take place on Tuesday March 28th from
2:00 to 4:00 p.m. (Tampa Convention Center, Room


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