Siemens at EVS26 – Recap

By JerrySarfati

In my last post, I gave an overview of Siemens’ participation inEVS26.

EVS26 was a conference and exhibit event for electric vehicles and the electric drive industry. The topics covered included; Electric Cars, Electric Vehicles, EV Charging and Refueling, Auto Marketing, Environmental Policy, and Transportation Policy. The event included:

  • Presentations, workshops, seminars and keynote speakers.

  • A Ride, Drive & Charge event, where the public and registered attendees could test the latest battery, plug-in hybrid, and fuel cell electric drive vehicles, bikes and scooters.

  • Exhibits from EV automakers, technology developers, manufacturers, infrastructure companies.

Now that everyone is back home, I wanted to give you a brief recap of the show.

First of all, the booth;Wow!As you can see, it was gorgeous, and packed with Siemens technology.

Siemens Displays included:

  • Drive Technology solutions: Information on Siemens’ motors and inverters.

  • Private Charging solutions:  Showcasing VersiCharge line of products

  • Commercial charging solutions: Showcasing variety of public charging solutions

  • Electric highway technology (eHighways), showcasing the new environmental way heavy duty trucks can transport items from ports to metropolitan areas.

  • Industry Automation solutions: optimal and sustainable battery manufacturing process.

  • EV design software solutions

  • An electric car that is an electric conversion performed by local engineering students utilizing Siemens PLM software during the EcoCAR competition.

  • Siemens Smart Chopper. An all-electric chopper built by the famed American Chopper group.

Siemens also had a large number of speakers at the conference, including Daryl Dulaney CEO, I&C Sector.

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As an EV/Alternative fuel enthusiast, I was extremely excited to see this glimpse of the future.

If you want more information on Siemens at EVS26Click here.


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