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Lars Alfredsson of THINK now confirmed as speaker for Automotive Battery event

We are happy to announce Lars Alfredsson from THINK Global AS, Manager / Battery Systems Engineering as a speaker at the 4th International Congress on Automotive Battery Technology.

THINK is a pioneer in electric vehicles and a leader in electric vehicle technology, developed and proven over 19 years. It is one of the few companies that has a ‘ready-to-market’ fully electric vehicle – the THINK City. With its market-leading range, driveability and recyclability, the THINK City is the first vehicle of its type to be granted pan-European regulatory safety approval and CE certification.

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THINK is also a leader in electric drive-system technology, and was the first to offer a modular and flexible drive-train solution in the business-to-business sector. With its Scandinavian origins and sustainability mindset, THINK is one of the most carbon efficient car companies in the world.

The International Congress on Autmotive Battery Technology is offering you the opportunity to learn about the latest trends in battery technology including dealing with safety, life span and recycling possibilities.

The need to overcome the drawbacks of Li-Ion car batteries in specifically important to assess the danger of future shortages of for example li-ion batteries.

More details on the event can be accessed here:  4th International Congress on Automotive Battery Technology

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Details for the new IQPC Seminars on Seating Comfort are now available

An intensive introductional training to seating comfort, user demands and ergonomics

With CO2 emission reduction at the forefront of everybody’s mind, weight reduction remains seat development’s most important driver – and inhibitor; customers’ demands for comfort, flexibility and safety must of course not be restricted. The challenge across all industries is to minimise seat weight but at the same time optimise seat ergonomics and create a great seating experience.

The Seating Comfort Seminars will take place in Munich, Hamburg and Cologne.

München: 29.-30. März 2011 / 29-30 March 2011
Hamburg: 28.-29. Juni 2011 / 28-29 June 2011
Köln: 17.-18. Mai 2011 / 17-18 May 2011

More information is available on the IQPC Seminar Seating Comfort website (click link).

 

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