Join NMIS and German lightweight specialists TGM to learn about the development of a revolutionary new car starter battery design that can reduce weight, production costs and CO2 emissions, without compromising power.
Hear about how the new battery design could impact the automotive industry and beyond, its important role in the global transition to net-zero emissions, and how you can apply this pioneering new process to your organisation to make improvements.
The push towards developing new lightweight, cost-effective designs is key to overcoming the climate challenge.
As we move towards net-zero global emissions by 2050 and see an increased appetite for electric vehicles of any kind, the need for efficient, low-cost batteries has never been greater.
Working in a business development role within the NMIS design engineering team, Hannah is focused on creating impact within UK manufacturing, and works with ambitious companies every day looking for support with product development and any verification and validation activities.
As the Product Development Theme Lead for the NMIS Design Engineering Team, Graeme works closely with clients and partners from a range of different companies and industries, from micro-SMEs & innovators, to multi-national organisations, providing design expertise, insight, and best practise guidance.
At the end of his study programme with Deutsche Bahn, Florian was working on concepts for the largest lost & found office in the world and implemented cost saving initiatives for logistics. While he grew a lot personally and professionally in these positions, he desired to learn more about engineering and decided to return to university. In 2018 Florian started working with TGM Lightweight Solutions, mainly projects with car OEM, but also for rail OEM and an Arianne 6 supplier. Focus of these projects has always been lightweighting and mass properties management. As a consultant/project manager, he led the presented battery project and is happy to discuss their insights.
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Dates & Venues
|Date||Wednesday, April 28, 2021|
|Location||Online via Zoom|
|Duration||11:30 - 12:30|