3rd Annual
Real Driving Emissions Forum

Ensuring Compliance with Real Driving Emissions Legislation and Achieving Emission Limits

Date: 19th - 20th March 2019
Location: Berlin, Germany
 

On 12 February 2016, the European Council approved the second package of the rules to introduce real driving emission (RDE) tests applicable to new model cars and new cars. In order to comply with the new limits and testing procedures, car manufactures together with the OEMs have already been relooking their manufacturing processes since then,  including modifying their engine technologies as well as after-treatment devices in order to be in line with these new limits. With the mission of helping all car manufacturers complying with the new RDE limits, 3rd Annual Real Driving Emissions forum will return for the second year, bringing together decision makers, researchers and industry experts to discuss the latest happenings around the implementation of RDE procedures in europe. This exclusive forum showcases forefront practices and approaches towards RDE regulation and legislation updates,  Emission Reduciton, future RDE requirements and standards and many more.  


KEY LEARNING BENEFITS 

  • Get an update made in the industry towards ensuring RDE regulation & compliance
  • Gain practical insight on latest measurement technologies for Real Driving Emissions
  • Benefit from the latest RDE testing and compliance
  • Discover how altitude is a key factor for emission control on the road
  • Gain practical insight on latest developments in RDE of WLTP and RDE in light of world-wide emissions regulation
  • Gain an understanding of the reasons for the growing gap between type approval and real-world emissions
  • Understand how RDE development demands an increased paradigm shift towards virtual calibration and validation
  • Assess the options to reduce this gap in the future and the role of RDE testing
  • Understand the importance of creating new, physics based GPF pressure loss models
  • Appreciate the challenges associated with estimating pressure losses from different sources
  • Understand how next gen diesel’s can meet stringent air quality demands

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
 Market Sectors:   

Automotive engineering, design, manufacturing
Components manufacturing
Automotive sector regulators 

   Representatives Invited:      
Vice Presidents
Directors
Heads
Managers
Researchers
Team-leaders
Engineers
Consultants

 
  Areas of responsibility:
Technology, Innovation, Research & Development
Auto Components and Mechanisms
Powertrain Systems
Technical Engineering & Design
Business Development
Technical Sales
Hybrids
RDE compliance
WLTP
PEMS

3rd Annual
Real Driving Emissions Forum

Ensuring Compliance with Real Driving Emissions Legislation and Achieving Emission Limits

Date: 19th - 20th March 2019
Location: Berlin, Germany