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Posted on July 31, 2020 by  & 

Electric Vehicle Related Webinars Available to Watch On-Demand Today

Free expert-led webinars from IDTechEx, providing up-to-date insights on emerging technologies and markets.
 
Please see below a list of electric vehicle related webinars available to watch on-demand today (with slides available to download).
 
Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr David Wyatt
Like other sectors of the automotive industry, the medium and heavy-duty truck market is being forced to evolve. Whilst this sector represents just 9% of the global vehicle stock, their large diesel engines, combined with greater mileage, mean medium and heavy-duty trucks are currently responsible for 39% of on-road transport's global greenhouse gas emissions.
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Presented by IDTechEx Senior Technology Analyst, Luke Gear
In the over one hundred electric vehicle sectors tracked by IDTechEx, we predominantly foresee a transition partly or completely to a traction battery over the next two decades. The case is not so simple for the marine sector: due to the sheer scale of the power, energy and distance requirements for many vessels, reducing maritime emissions will require solutions varying from batteries and fuel cells to premium fuels, scrubbers and slow-steaming.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr David Wyatt
The driving force for electrification in light commercial vehicle sector is increasingly the economics. Whilst environmental and public health concerns have predominantly been the main motivation for the electrification of on-road vehicles, in the LCV sector, businesses are recognising that electrification of their commercial fleet is not only a good mechanism for demonstrating their green credentials to their customers, but is also likely to save them money.
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Presented by IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop
A large part of the tens of billions of dollars in yearly capital expenditure of mining companies goes on vehicles. A load-haul-dump truck can cost $6 million. More of the activity is becoming mobile from microgrids to processors. There is a strong trend to electric drives for zero emissions and efficient robotics, with the first unmanned deep mine fully operative in 2020.
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Presented by IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop
Construction, agriculture and mining CAM vehicles have similar technology and are increasingly supplied by the same manufacturers facing a $100 billion opportunity with none of the problems of the car industry. Indeed, the more savvy Tier One car suppliers are successfully moving into this arena.
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Presented by IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop
Agricultural vehicles, from greenhouse robots to outdoor precision farming, tractors, forestry vehicles and turf care, are rapidly going electric. Increasingly they get their electricity off-grid, zero-emission, on-site using technology similar to that in an EV.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr David Wyatt
China leads the world in bus electrification. Of the approximately 423,000 pure electric city buses in operation today 98.5% of were manufactured and are currently deployed in cities in China. China have built their electric bus industry on the back of a generous subsidy scheme, and this funding has been used to establish a world leading manufacturing base and supply chain for the production battery electric buses.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr Na Jiao
According to IDTechEx's research on autonomous cars and robotaxis, by 2040 global autonomous car (SAE Level 3+) and robotaxi services will become a $2.5 trillion market. In the next two decades, we expect mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) will grow rapidly to meet the increasing travel demand and in the meanwhile gradually replace private driving.
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Presented by IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop
With the move to cities, private cars are being squeezed out because they take up too much parking and road space. Conventional public transport partly takes over but there is a missing link. What about last mile, the wheelchair-bound disabled, those that cannot afford the fare? What about silent transport on piazzas and in malls and campuses?
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Presented by IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop
By definition, all electric vehicles by land, water and air have at least one electric motor to make them go along, and an on-board power supply. Typically, it drives a wheel or a propeller. Including hybrid and pure electric versions, this market is leaping upwards hundreds of billions of dollars and involving an ongoing acquisition spree and quest for the best suppliers from a bewildering choice of 255 manufacturers.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr Na Jiao
Global plug-in electric vehicle (EV) population reached 7.5 million units (including light commercial vehicles) by the end of 2019. Although plug-in EV is only around 2% of global sales today, they are positioned to take the lead of road transportation in the coming decade.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr James Edmondson
With the growing market for electric vehicles, greater demand is being put on performance and faster charging. With this comes an increase in the requirement to thermally manage the vehicle effectively. This includes not just performance and longevity requirements, but also safety.
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Presented by IDTechEx Principal Analyst, Dr Richard Collins
Thermal interface materials (TIM) are an essential, but often overlooked, area for any thermal management solution. TIMs come in numerous solid and liquid forms and are prevalent across multiple sectors in electronics and energy storage, with each application placing very particular property demands.
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Presented by IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop
There is a huge amount of new research on supercapacitors and their variants and particularly on their materials, because these control their performance and cost more than anything.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr Alex Holland
This webinar, presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr Alex Holland, will provide an introduction to the key technological developments occurring within the Li-ion market, focussing on the anode and cathode.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr Alex Holland
This webinar, presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr Alex Holland, will provide an introduction to the key technological developments occurring within the Li-ion market, focussing on the anode and cathode.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Daniele Gatti
In this webinar, IDTechEx Technology Analyst Daniele Gatti, will provide a complete overview of the hydrogen economy, and technical specifics of fuel cells and electrolysers.
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Presented by IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrrop
In this webinar, Dr Peter Harrop (Chairman of IDTechEx), explains how battery electric vehicles by land, water and air are a rapidly growing business more than quadrupling its already-large market for their charging stations by 2030.
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Posted on: July 31, 2020

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