FUTURE VEHICLES NVH SUMMIT
LIGHTWEIGHTING. ELECTRIFICATION. MOBILITY AS A SERVICE. AUTONOMOUS DRIVING.
Ride experience and comfort are increasingly significant factors in the customer value proposition as the automotive industry works toward realizing these future technologies.
Noise, vibration, harshness will become a central concept to the design of the vehicle.
Developing cost-effective, quieter vehicle systems and components, and understanding and sourcing the technical capabilities, such as sound package materials or mounting methods, available to enhance a vehicle’s NVH performance, are crucial to maintain competitive advantage as customer comfort becomes more important.
The Future Vehicles NVH Summit is the only conference dedicated exclusively to exploring this intersection of electric vehicles, lightweighting, Mobility as a Service, and noise and vibration strategies and technologies.
EARLY CONFIRMED SPEAKERS INCLUDE
Day 1- Tuesday March 24: Lightweight, structural Design and NVH
- Examining Automotive Megatrends – ‘Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric’ - and Their Impact on Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) in the Vehicles of The Future
- Fighting Physics – Designing Low NVH Packages for New, Lightweight, Vehicle Architectures in ICE, Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Configurations
- Using Virtual Modelling to Optimise Transfer Path NVH Within Vehicle Design
- Optimising Space and Weight Efficiency in Future Vehicles and Reducing Mass Through Multi-Functional Sound Package Materials
- Examining Design Guidelines and Solutions That Minimise Buzz, Squeak and Rattle Whilst Optimising Energy Efficiency of the Components
Day 2- Wednesday March 25: Source level noise & customer experience
- Investigating the Role of NVH in Autonomous Driving
- Imagining Vehicle Cabins and Investigating Noise and Vibration Scenarios of the Future to Meet Customer Comfort and Entertainment Demands
- Noise and Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) System for The Autonomous Vehicle
- Effectively Measuring and Predicting Sound Quality of the Vehicle to Meet OEM NVH Standards on Consumer Comfort and Experience of Noise
- Accurately Identifying and Managing Source Level Noise in Electric Vehicle Acoustics
- Material Round Tables: Tuning Acoustic Materials for Different Frequencies to Optimise Performance and Eliminate Source Level, Wind and Road Noise
- Reducing Source Level Noise Through Developing Quieter Systems and Components in Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
- Mitigating Source, Wind and Road Noise in Electric and Hybrid Vehicles for Improved Ride Comfort and Drivability
The full conference agenda will be launched early November
Future vehicle NVH summit offers an unrivalled opportunity to network with a senior delegation of engineering decision-makers.
If you are responsible for designing future vehicle modules, platforms and components Future Vehicle NVH Summit will help you to build and maintain a competitive advantage through improving vehicle noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) performance.
MAINTAIN YOUR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE, THROUGH:
- Learning how new mobility/advanced powertrain scenarios will impact vehicle acoustics
- Accurately identifying and measuring noise source problems in EVs
- Developing quieter, more cost-effective modules, systems and vehicle components
- Understanding, sourcing and validating technical capabilities (e.g. insulation materials, mounting methods) available to maintain or enhance a vehicle’s NVH performance)
WHO IS ATTENDING?
The NVH Future Vehicles Summit will be dominated by NVH-focused engineering buyers from the North American automotive supply-chain:
- Automotive megatrends – ‘Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric’ – and their impact on noise, vibration, harshness (NVH)
- Acoustic engineering for electrification in the automotive industry
- Vibroacoustic challenges in lightweighting engineering efforts
- NVH simulation, testing and validation of electric vehicles
- Deriving measurable targets from subjective requirements on customer comfort
- Minimizing buzz, rattle and squeak through design guidelines
- Sound-package material performance and validation
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