ROSEMONT, ILLINOIS, USA

OCTOBER 25 & 26, 2021

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CONFERENCE

Powertrain technologies for today and tomorrow

 


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The third Diesel Progress Summit will highlight engines and new power technologies for today and tomorrow.

 

The conference will meet the need for timely and authoritative information, providing OEMs, engine manufacturers and distributors, equipment owners and component and powertrain suppliers with presentations including:

 

Highlighting the 2021 Summit will be keynote addresses from two very well-recognized executives in the engine and power industry. The morning keynote will be delivered by Dr. Frank Hiller, chairman of German engine and power systems specialist Deutz AG, while Tony Satterthwaite, vice chairman of Cummins Inc., will deliver the afternoon keynote address.

 

Both keynote speakers will discuss the state of engines and the transition toward alternative power technologies from their own unique perspectives.

 

Along with the keynote addresses, the day will be full of presentations on engines and new power technologies. Included will be a discussion on how connectivity technology can improve productivity and uptime in engines and hybrid systems, presented by John Radke, manager, Integrated Technologies Product Support at John Deere Power Systems.

 

Matthew Eaglen, global lead for Off-Highway Electrification Sales & Strategy at Dana Inc., will deliver a presentation on electrification technology in mining.

 

Ann Rundle, vice president of Electrification & Autonomy, at  ACT Research will present on the growth of commercial electric vehicles.

 

A highlight of the afternoon session will be a roundtable on “Advancing Diesel Engine Technologies.” The roundtable panel will discuss improvements in fuel system technology, diesel engine aftertreatment technology and cylinder deactivation. Panelists include: Alexander Freitag, vice president of engineering, Powertrain Solutions division for Bosch and Justin Hopkins, technology development manager at the Eaton Vehicle Group.

 

Other subjects to be covered include fuel cell application fundamentals, updates on new battery and charging technologies, future fuels and lubricants, hydrogen combustion engines and experience with off-highway hybrids.

 

 

MORNING KEYNOTE
Dr. Frank Hiller
, chairman of the executive board of Deutz AG

AFTERNOON KEYNOTE

Tony Satterthwaite, vice chairman, Cummins Inc.

Matthew Eaglen, global lead for Off-Highway Electrification Sales & Strategy at Dana Inc.

Ann Rundle, vice president of Electrification & Autonomy, ACT Research


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If you are interested in providing a speaker, please contact:

Mike Brezonick

Tel: +1 (262) 754-4112 (Direct)

Cell: +1 (414) 870-7560

e-mail: mike.brezonick@khl.com

 

Chad Elmore

Tel +1 (262) 754-4114 (Direct)

Cell: +1 (414) 870-7560

e-mail: chad.elmore@khl.com

Bernhard Raser, Product Line manager, ICE Powertrain, AVL List

Ian Cameron

Tel +44 (0) 20 31 79 29 79 (Direct)

Cell: +44 (0)7971 910179

e-mail: ian.cameron@khl.com

 

Roberta Prandi

Tel: +39 0464 014421

e-mail: roberta.prandi@khl.com

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