Accompanying Research on Battery Cell Production
Battery Live Talks
How significant is the mechanical engineering sector for a competitive battery industry in Europe?
Online & Hannover Messe | 17 April 2023 | 16.30 - 17.30 CET
Join us for another Special Edition of the Battery Live Talk series - Online and live on stage at the stand of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action at Hannover Messe 2023 with Christoph Weber of ACC and Jürgen Fleischer of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, KIT!
To reach the goal of establishing an ever more sustainable battery cell production in Europe, European machinery and plant engineering plays a key role. Also, it has the prerequisites needed to become an international competitive leader in battery production, for example in the automotive sector, with high quality standards and specialised suppliers for the core processes. With their focus on quality and sustainability in the implementation product innovations, European suppliers are steadily catching up and making a decisive contribution to competitive battery cell production in Europe.
What will be addressed?
- How can optimizing individual process steps lead to higher energy efficiency for more sustainably produced batteries?
- How will automating the production system offer innovation potential towards lower material losses and reject rates in production?
- What are the benefits of continuous data acquisition and processing for process-integrated quality control?
Join us to discuss with us the many benefits promised by the potential for innovation through process optimisation.
And most importantly: You can bring in your questions, which our moderators Marlene Eisenträger and Stefan Wolf of VDI/VDE-IT will then discuss with our panellists. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to engage with experts in the field and gain valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities of the European machinery and plant engineering. Register now and secure your spot! - live in Hannover or online.