19 11月 - 20 11月 2019
Indianapolis, Indiana, US

Integer Emissions Summit USA

  • 09:00
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  • 09:10
  • Chairperson’s introduction and antitrust Reminder

 

  • 09:10
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  • 09:40
  • Keynote: Journey to lower NOx limits through EPA’s Clean Truck Initiative (CTI) Brian Nelson - Director of the Heavy-duty Onroad & Nonroad Center, US Environmental Protection Agency
  • The motivation behind EPA’s Cleaner Truck Initiative
  • Proposed timeline for stricter NOx emissions standards
  • Potential impacts on the North American trucking industry
  • 09:40
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  • 10:10
  • Keynote: California ARB (CARB)’s rulemaking towards lower NOx and GHG emissions levels
  • Progress update on CARB’s heavy-duty Low NOx program
  • Multiple technologies available for meeting next stage standards
  • Future regulatory plans and opportunities created for the emissions industry
  • 10:10
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  • 10:50
  • Panel: Federal or 49 State solution? - Key drivers for the North American emissions industry to facilitate uniform emissions and fuel efficiency regulations?
  • Regulatory discrepancies between federal and state level – what are the challenges?
  • Potential regulation roadmap – how can the industry better prepare for 2024 NOx standards?
  • Looking beyond the North American region – how have Europe and China’s rulemakings influenced North America?
  • 10:50
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  • 11:30
  • Morning networking break
  • 11:30
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  • 12:00
  • EMA’s views on achieving the most cost-effective NOx reductions Matthew Spears - Director of Global Regulatory Activities, Truck & Engine Manufacturers Association
  • Project updates between EMA, EPA and CARB
  • Leveraging big data technologies to determine the most effective modes of engine and aftertreatment operations
  • A necessary shift to in-use testing to ensure real-world NOx reduction
  • 12:00
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  • 12:40
  • Panel: OEM approach for the compliance of lower NOx standards by 2024
  • Feasibility study of various low NOx solutions
  • What are the trade-offs between emissions reduction and fuel consumption?
  • Effective solutions for reducing cost and complexity 

Navtej Singh, Chief Engineer, Powertrain AT and Emissions Systems, Navistar 

Mihai Dorobantu, Director, Technology Planning and Government Affairs, Eaton

  • 12:40
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  • 14:00
  • Lunch and networking break
  • 14:00
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  • 14:30
  • Novel technologies to improve the effectiveness and durability of current aftertreatment systems Charles Roberts - Director, Diesel Engine and Emissions R&D, Southwest Research Institute
  • Research updates
  • Cost-effectiveness and feasibility of various technology packages
  • 14:30
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  • 15:00
  • Robustness of catalysts in advanced engine technologies
  • Challenges around improving low temperature NOx conversion
  • Effective technologies for better engine thermal efficiency
  • Advanced catalyst configurations with active heating measures
  • 15:00
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  • 15:30
  • New concept sensor technology for exhaust gas aftertreatment
  • NOx sensor technology development
  • On-vehicle sensors and controls with advanced measurement and control technologies
  • 15:45
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  • 16:15
  • Afternoon networking break
  • 16:15
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  • 16:45
  • SuperTruck technology contributions for reducing GHG while meeting service demands
  • Summary of progress with Super Truck II programme
  • Super truck technology benefits analysis and lessons learned
  • Other related initiatives to support zero-emission goal
  • 16:45
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  • 17:15
  • Advance opposed-piston diesel powertrain systems to achieve the ultra-low NOx and GHG Phase 2 targets John Major Jr - Vice President, Government Relations, Achates Power
  • 17:15
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  • 18:00
  • Speed networking
  • 18:00
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  • 20:00
  • Cocktail reception
  • 08:30
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  • 08:40
  • Chairperson's introduction and antitrust reminder
  • 08:40
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  • 09:10
  • The future of the US’s emissions industry Tim Cheyne - Vice President, Emissions, Argus Media
  • 09:10
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  • 09:40
  • Presentation: Updates on Stage V implementation in Europe
  • Regulatory trends in the European non-road mobile machinery industry
  • New requirements to reduce particulate number (PN) in addition to continued control of PM and NOx
  • Impacts on applications across agricultural, construction, and mining sectors
  • 09:40
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  • 10:10
  • Flexible diesel engine solutions for Stage V/post Tier 4 applications
  • Technical challenges arisen at Stage V/post Tier 4 level
  • Primary technology routes to achieving the required emissions limits
  • Implications of Stage V technologies on future Tier 5 solutions
  • 10:10
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  • 10:40
  • Panel Discussion: Developments of hybrid vehicles and components for off-highway applications
  • 10:40
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  • 11:10
  • Morning networking break
  • 11:10
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  • 11:40
  • Integrating EV components into diesel vehicles
  • Viable approaches for diesel electrification on commercial vehicles
  • High performance of emissions reduction and fuel saving
  • Costs vs. benefits of diesel electrification
  • 11:40
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  • 12:10
  • The case for 48V in commercial vehicles Mihai Dorobantu - Director, Technology Planning and Government Affairs, Eaton
  • Market drivers for hybridization including 48V technologies
  • Fuel efficiency and emissions advantages
  • Finding a balance between driving demands and fuel consumption
  • 12:10
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  • 13:10
  • Lunch and networking break
  • 13:10
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  • 13:40
  • Heavy duty fuelling solutions and other renewable hydrogen applications
  • Hydrogen as a direct replacement for conventional fuels
  • Environmental performance of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles
  • Commercialization of hydrogen vehicle fleets
  • 13:40
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  • 14:10
  • Emerging near-zero emissions natural gas heavy-duty vehicles
  • Feasible natural gas solution to achieve the NOx and GHG emissions reduction
  • Effective zero-emission technologies to be integrated into natural gas engines
  • Long term prospects of development of natural gas supply infrastructure
  • 14:10
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  • 14:50
  • Panel Discussion: As zero-emission technology, what is the value proposition for battery-electric, hydrogen fuel cell, or natural gas?
  • 14:50
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  • 15:30
  • Closing networking break

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