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Advanced Automotive Battery Conference Asia
Osaka, Japan - October 15-18, 2018
Conference / congress

Network with Top OEM Battery Technologists from Audi China, BMW Japan, BYD, Guangzhou Automobile Group, Honda, Nissan, Toyota, Other OEMs, Plus Dozens of Leading Battery Developers from Around the World

AABC is excited to return to Asia with an event that promises to build on the success of our US and European conferences, while focusing on the unique drivers, needs, and challenges of the diverse Asian market. With sessions covering topics from raw materials through research and development findings in novel battery chemistries and new approaches to cell and pack engineering, as well as applied technologies in the next generation of electric and hybrid vehicles, AABC Asia is an invaluable opportunity to discover the latest trends, technology, and market information.

OEMs confirmed to attend include Audi China, BMW Japan, BYD, Daimler, Ford, Gogoro, Guangzhou Automobile Group, Honda, Mitsubishi, KTM, Nissan, Suzuki, Toyota, and Volkswagen.

Battery technologists from these cell and pack developers have also confirmed their participation: AVL, BYD, DENSO, East Penn, Farasis Energy, Furukawa Battery Co., GS Yuasa, Hitachi, Johnson Controls, LG Chem, Panasonic, Primearth EV Energy, SolidEnergy Systems, Solid Power Battery, Sunwoda, TD HighTech Energy, Toshiba, VARTA, and Yokohama Battery Science.

October 15-18, 2018

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