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2nd Annual Automotive Exhaust Systems Summit

The major components used in a typical automobile exhaust system are exhaust manifold, resonator, catalytic converter, exhaust pipe, muffler, tail pipe, ‘Y’ pipe, ball flanges. All of these components are especially designed for providing suitable and effective exhaust flow, silencing, and emission levels.

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Non-large scale B2B event for decision makers to maximize networking and business opportunities

We are pleased to invite you to the “2nd Annual Automotive Exhaust Systems Summit” scheduled on 10th and 11th of November, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

 

This innovative B2B event will enable the participants to learn about the latest trends and developments in automotive exhaust systems. The Summit will be focusing on the best practices and latest innovative technologies on exhaust systems, sensors and control concepts and exhaust gas after-treatment.

This event will bring together experts, technical directors, OEM, consultants and academia to discuss, hear and learn about their experiences on automotive exhaust systems and performance, to network and enjoy excellent mix of case studies, interactive panel discussions, speed networking and workshops. It is an honor and privilege to invite you to participate in this Summit. We look forward to welcoming you at the Berlin Summit in November!vemp_0908_03_z+c6_z06_corvette_aft_cat_exhaust_systems+billy_boat_performance_exhaust

The automotive exhaust system.

Keeping your exhaust system in good working condition is vital for fuel mileage, the environment and your safety. We will discuss how the exhaust system works, how it usually fails, and the best way to repair it. Your car’s exhaust system carries away the gases created when the fuel and air are burned in the combustion chamber. These gases are harmful to humans and our environment. Frequent checks of your exhaust system is a must to provide for you and your family’s safety.

An automobile exhaust system comprises of various devices or parts of an automotive engine, which are used for discharging burned gases or steam. Exhaust systems consists of tubing, which are usually used for emitting out waste exhaust gases with the help of a controlled combustion taking place inside an automobile engine. All the burnt gases are exhaled from an engine using one or more exhaust pipes. These gases are expelled out through several devices like cylinder head, exhaust manifold, turbocharger, catalytic converter, muffler and silencer.

SPEAKERS

Talent is the key. With that in mind, we have carefully selected the biggest experts, with a proven-track record of successes in the automotive world.

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Rolf Jebasinski

Eberspaecher

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Ted Straten

Bosal

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Boennen Dennis

Faurecia

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Roger Deckers

Deckers

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Regis Vonarb

Liebherr

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Johannes Gießibl

Methode Electronics

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Norbert Ligterink

TNO

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Matthias Weber

Roben Automotive

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Diederik van Dijk

Brace Automotive

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Stephane Leonard

Plastic Omnium

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Thomas Ortlepp

CiS

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Dorothee Saar

Deutsche Umwelthilfe

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Thomas Koerfer

FEV

PROGRAM

We offer you the most suitable experience to your area of interest.
You can download the summit agenda.

start-51208:30   Registration and Welcome Coffee

09:00 Opening Address from the Chairman

AUTOMOTIVE EXHAUST SYSTEM TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS

09:10 CASE STUDY          DR. ROLF JEBASINSKI

 Jebasinski

 

 

 

 

 

09:50 SPEED NETWORKING

Blog_refresh_03Innovative approach to maximize networking capabilities through two
minute periods, where delegates can meet their peers and exchange
business cards before rotating to the next company representative.

10:30 CASE STUDY          TED STRATEN

Ted Straten

 

 

 

 

11:10 MORNING COFFEE AND NETWORKING BREAK

11:40 WORKSHOP: Cheating the OBD of an Exhaust Aftertreatment with SCR

Matthias WeberMATTHIAS WEBER  PART 1: 

                                          

 

 

 

DIEDERIK VAN DIJKDIEDERIK VAN DIJK  PART 2:

 

 

 

 

13:00 BUSINESS LUNCH

NEW CHALLENGES RELATING TO SELECTIVE CATALYTIC REDUCTION (SCR)

14:00 CASE STUDY          STEPHANE LEONARD

STEPHANE LEONARD

 

 

 

 

INTERNATIONAL EMISSION LEGISLATION

14:30 CASE STUDY          DR. REGIS VONARB

Regis Vonarb

 

 

 

 

15:10 AFTERNOON COFFEE AND NETWORKING BREAK

15:40 CASE STUDY          DR. NORBERT LIGTERINK

Norbert Ligterink

 

 

 

 

16:20 PANEL DISCUSSION

Speech_BubblesChallenges And Requirements For Future Automotive Exhaust Aftertreatement Systems Based On Complex Powertrain And Vehicle Engineering Skills
Experts:

Dr. Rolf Jebasinski              Ted Straten                  Dr. Regis Vonarb
Roger Deckers                      Matthias Weber          Dr. Norbert Ligterink

 

end17:00 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF DAY ONE

18:30 INTERACTIVE DINNER

start-51209:00 Registration and Welcome Coffee

09:30 Opening Address from the Chairman

SENSORS FOR EXHAUST GAS CLEANING AND CO2 REDUCTION

09:40 CASE STUDY          PROF. THOMAS ORTLEPP

THOMAS ORTLEPP

 

 

 

 

10:20 CASE STUDY          JOHANNES GIESSIBL

Johannes Gießibl

 

 

 

 

11:00 MORNING COFFEE AND NETWORKING BREAK

FUTURE INSIGHTS

11:30 CASE STUDY          THOMAS KOERFER

Thomas Koerfer

 

 

 

 

12:10 CASE STUDY          ROGER DECKERS

Rodger

 

 

 

 

13:00 BUSINESS LUNCH

14:00 CASE STUDY          DR. DENNIS BÖNNEN

Dennis Bönnen

 

 

 

 

FOCUS ON EXHAUST TECHNOLOGY- THE IMPORTANCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

14:40 CASE STUDY          DOROTHEE SAAR

DOROTHEE SAAR

 

 

 

 

15:20 AFTERNOON COFFEE AND NETWORKING BREAK

15:50 PANEL DISCUSSION

Speech_BubblesFuture Energy Carriers For Clean Mobility And Derived Infrastructure And Powertrain Implication
Experts:

Thomas Koerfer,             Matthias Weber,            Roger Deckers,                 Dorothee Saar

 

end16:30 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF SUMMIT

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This event will bring together OEMs, powertrain experts, Exhaust manufacturers, automotive electronics and academia to discuss, hear and learn about their experiences on advance exhaust innovations, to network and enjoy excellent mix of case studies, interactive panel discussions, speed networking and workshops.

We look forward to welcoming you at the Summit in Berlin upcoming November!

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Swissôtel Berlin

Augsburger Strasse 44 10789
Berlin Deutschland
Tel.: +49 30 220 100
Fax: +49 30 220 10 2222
berlin@swissotel.com

Arriving by car: Take the express highway A100 and leave at exit “Zentrum / Kurfürstendamm”. Follow the signs to Kurfürstendamm. Swissotel Berlin is on the right after 4 km. Turn right into Rankestrasse and right again into Augsburger Strasse. Arriving by train:Take the S9 or S75 train from the Hauptbahnhof central station towards Spandau and exit at the Zoologischer Garten stop. It’s only 3 a-minute walk to the hotel from there. Distances: Airport Berlin Brandenburg: 20 km Central Station: 4 km Convention centre / ICC: 4 km

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