MobiliTec Forum: Stimulating Dialogue On Different Aspects Of Mobility

The MobiliTec User Forum at HANNOVER MESSE 2012 will offer concentrated expertise and captivating case studies on all aspects of mobility.

HANNOVER, Germany and PRINCETON, NJ - The MobiliTec User Forum at HANNOVER MESSE 2012 will offer concentrated expertise and captivating case studies on all aspects of mobility.  It comprises a central presentation platform where stimulating lectures and panel discussions explore all the latest trends and developments in the mobility sector.  This year marks the third time that the Forum will be an integral part of MobiliTec, the leading trade fair for hybrid and electric powertrain technologies, mobile energy storage, charging infrastructure and alternative mobility solutions.

On each day of the fair, from Monday to Friday, the MobiliTec User Forum will feature a diverse program of events.   It will officially open on Monday, April 23, at 1 p.m.  The forum program will then kick off with a high-caliber panel discussion on “Powertrain Electrification.”

From Tuesday, April 24 to Thursday, April 26, the program will consist of a series of six morning and afternoon sessions, each comprising multiple presentations on an overarching theme.  The six themes are: battery and charging technology, charging infrastructure and smart grids, battery production, electric powertrain components and applications, case studies from the model regions, and the future of electric mobility.

U.S. industry leader Johnson Controls will speak on “Innovative Battery Systems – Key Technologies for Energy Conservation and Environmentally Friendly Mobility.”  Additionally, Germany Trade and Invest will host a session on Electro Mobility in Key Markets - China, Japan, France and the U.S.

A detailed overview of the more than 40 lectures and panel discussions, including the starting times and speakers, is available online at: www.hannovermesse.de/veranstaltung/anwenderforum-mobilitec/FOR/46011

For more information, please contact: Ulli Hammer at (609) 987-1202 x 205 or uhammer@hfusa.com.

 

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