Agenda 2022, Day 1

08:50

Welcome speech

Georg Sterler
Former Head of Wire Harness System Development,
AUDI AG

09:00

The transformation of electric vehicle architectures – the way forward

Philipp Ibele
Head of Business Unit Advanced Network Solutions,
Robert Bosch GmbH

09:30

Current Developments in the Automotive Industry and Effects on Future Power Supply Concepts

Ingo Busche
Head of Power Concept & Package,
AUDI AG

10:00

Field Data-based, Systemic Analysis of DC Charging Connector During High-power Charging Considering Damage and Wear

Michael Ludwig
Staff R&D Engineer,
TE Connectivity Germany GmbH

Toni Israel
Research Associate, Professorship of High Voltage and High Current Engineering,
TU Dresden University

10:40
Coffee break at the exhibition hall

Coffee break at the exhibition hall

11:10

Garbage as Raw Material: Vision becomes First Reality in Components of Wiring Harness

Andreas Baessler
Team Leader Mechanical Components Wiring Harness,
Mercedes-Benz AG

Birgit Klockenhoff
Project Manager Future Sustainable Materials,
Mercedes-Benz AG

11:40

High Voltage Wiring Evolution From Round To Flat Conductors(Bus Bars)

Oliver Mertler
Manager HV System Engineering EMEA,
APTIV

12:10

Low Torsion Twisting - Equipment for a stable physical layer in data transmision

Simon Abegg
Director Product Group Twisting Machines,
Komax AG

12:40
Joint lunch break & Networking at the exhibition hall

Joint lunch break & Networking at the exhibition hall

14:00

Digital Wiring Harness Development in Platform Projects

Christian Bauer
Projectleader Wiring Harness Compact Class,
BMW AG

14:30

Evolution Instead of Revolution, with Copper on the way to Implementing 100G in Vehicle

Johannes Schmid
Teamleader Productmanagement, Rosenberger Hochfrequenztechnik GmbH & Co. KG

Frédéric Holzmann
Head of Customer Architecture & Product Innovation,
LEONI Bordnetz-Systeme GmbH

15:00

Robotic Insertion of Twisted Wires – from Prototype to Series Production

Daniel Bechstein
Head of Industrialisation Processes, Kromberg & Schubert Automotive GmbH & Co. KG

15:30

Quality Requirements, Reliability and Wear of the Charging Plugs and Inlets

Roland Bent
Chief Representative Standardization,
Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG

16:00
Coffee break at the exhibition hall

Coffee break at the exhibition hall

16:30

Mega trend sustainability meets power supply development

Jan van Cauwenberge
Senior Manager Platform Engineering and Sustainability,
TE Connectivity Germany GmbH

Martin Bleicher
Director Global Platform Engineering and Sustainability,
TE Connectivity Germany GmbH

17:00

Comparison of Different Tripping Strategies for Electronic Fuses

Anika Henke
Research Associate, On-board Systems Lab,
TU Dortmund University

17:30

Possible ways to Determin the Long-term Behaviour of Elecrical Components to Estimate their Faliure Rates

Hans-Dieter Ließ
Professor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich

18:00
Get-together at the Reithaus

Get-together at the Reithaus

http://www.reithaus.de/