The event will include in addition a contribution from the recently successfully completed OpenER project.
The cluster was set up in late 2013 by the projects INCOBAT, iCOMPOSE and eDAS. It aims to synchronize on and conjointly promote the R&D topics for energy and safety management in electric vehicles .
With the accession of Batteries2020 and last of IMPROVE, the cluster grew to a total of five FP7 projects, enlarging its networks and range of influence on the European electric vehicle community. Including more than 40 partners from 12 countries all over Europe, including 7 OEMs, with an overall budget of more than 36 million Euros, the impact of the cluster on the next generation of electric vehicles keeps on growing.
The “4th Generation EV” cluster is organized around the three working groups:
- Comprehensive energy management
- Performance potential of vehicle electrification
- Central computing platform
For more details check the agenda and the registration details provided by the organisers.