Automotive Climate Control 2012

What are the challenges of R1234yf and how do the latest international regulations affect your daily work? How can climate control be adjusted to EV or HEV combustion engines? Find out the answers to these and many other questions through discussing them with our experts onsite at the conference Smart Automotive Climate Control, 22 – 23 October in Wiesbaden.

HVAC systems have to cope with a growing number of legal requirements, which aim to reduce energy consumption and thus the CO2 output. As a consequence, automotive climate control has to successfully perform the split between energy-efficiency and customer comfort.

Among the central topics that will be presented are the following:

  • Adapt well-balanced air-conditioning strategies to optimise energy-efficiency
  • Gain insight into HVAC simulation tools and their potential to drive down cost
  • Explore how to advance superior air quality in a passenger vehicle by improving filtration
  • Review new heat pump concepts and have a close look at architecture and operation modes

Meet representatives of companies and research institutations like Centro Ricerche Fiat S.p., Renault SAS, Ford Forschungszentrum Aachen, Technical University Chemnitz, Empa Materials Science & Technology, Umweltbundesamt and many more.

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