AABC is to return to Japan in 2019 with an expanded technical program that promises to build on the success of its US and European conferences, while focusing on the unique drivers, needs, and challenges of the diverse Asian market.
For AABC Asia, we have added an additional conference program that focuses on battery engineering.
Also, we increased our tutorial offerings from two to six.
Between our conference programs and tutorials, session topics include raw materials, research and development findings in novel battery chemistries, new approaches to cell and pack engineering, applied technologies in the next generation of electric and hybrid vehicles, in-depth analysis of the xEV battery industry, and more.
Sessions span research and development findings in novel battery chemistries and new approaches to cell and pack engineering, as well as applied technologies in the next generation of electric and hybrid vehicles, AABC Asia is an invaluable opportunity to discover the latest trends, technology and market information. Limited speaking opportunities are available.
- OEMs: last year included Audi China, BMW Japan, BYD, Daimler, Ford, Gogoro, Honda, Huawei Technologies, KTM, LG Electronics, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Samsung Electronics, SharkNinja, Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota, Virgin Hyperloop One, and Volkswagen.
- Battery Technologies: from these cell and pack developers also participated in 2018: AVL, BYD, DENSO, East Penn, Farasis Energy, Furukawa Battery Co., GS Yuasa, Hitachi, Johnson Controls, LG Chem, NEC Energy Devices, Panasonic, Primearth EV Energy, Samsung SDI, SolidEnergy Systems, Solid Power Battery, Sunwoda, TD HighTech Energy, Toshiba, VARTA, and Yokohama Battery Science.