Team Leader for Hybrid Batteries
Jaguar Land Rover
David White is the HEV Battery Team Leader at Jaguar Land Rover. He led the development of the Plug in Battery and Charging system for the Range_e vehicle shown recently at the Geneva motor show and now leads the team developing Jaguar Landrover's first full Hybrid vehicle. He graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2006 with an MEng in Mechanical Engineering
“It was very nicely organized conference and I learned a lot through this event”
Attended By More OEMs...
than any other electric vehicle battery event, EV Battery Tech has a track record of being the platform where vehicle manufacturers announce for the first time their most in-depth studies on reducing the cost and improving the performance of the battery.
Driven by the vehicle OEMs themselves, this event is where the most senior representatives from the leading vehicle OEMs from Asia, Europe and the USA explain the results of their brand new research into cost-effectively increasing the energy density, life cycle, range and safety of EV batteries.
Speakers at the 3rd International EV Battery Tech will be examining practical solutions for:
Cost: Determining the visions from both vehicle OEMs and battery manufacturers for reducing and offsetting the cost of EV batteries & integrating them into commercially viable business models for mass market EVs
Energy Density: Providing practical solutions for successfully increasing the energy density of EV batteries for enhanced performance
Life Cycle: Determining which technical innovations have successfully optimised the life cycle of EV batteries, how this has been achieved and the latest methodologies for estimating the life of the battery for real world scenarios including driving patterns and climate conditions
Range: Analysing the stance of customers towards increased range over a depredation in performance, the latest success with extending the range of EVs and the outlook for the future
Safety: Examining how safety has been cost-effectively increased at cell and system levels, the latest standards for testing safety, abuse and crash integrity and understanding how the latest results from test data can be utilised to deliver more commercially viable EV battery systems