Advanced Thermal Management 2018
Thermal management development, technologies and components
Date: April 19, 2018
Venue: The Baronette Renaissance Detroit-Novi Hotel. 27790 Novi Road, Novi, MI 48377.
The ITB Group is organizing its annual 2018 Advanced Thermal Management conference which will take place on April 19, 2018 in Novi, MI. We once again welcome industry leaders into a one-day open forum where developments and innovations for powertrain and passenger comfort advancements, to reduce thermal losses for conventional and electrified vehicles, will be discussed. This technical conference will include a single track of industry leading presentations that will explore key issues related to vehicle thermal systems, components, and materials as well as development processes and techniques. Participating companies will also have the opportunity to showcase their latest products and innovations in the adjacent exhibit hall and ballroom foyer.
The conference caters to global thermal system suppliers, component and material suppliers as well OEMs Conference participants find excellent value in the presentations, business development opportunities and face to face discussions with industry experts. Join your colleagues for an insightful day to learn more about how thermal management technologies and the value chain are changing.
Plan now to participate and become part of the program agenda as a presenter, sponsor and/or exhibitor. Click the links on the right for complete details.
Please contact Mr. Bryan Eldredge, Program Manager – Conferences, if you have any questions or an interest to participate in 2018.
Tel: 1 (248) 380-6310 • Email: email@example.com
CONFERENCE AGENDA - Forthcoming
Director - The ITB Group
Mr. Osborne leads the Thermal Management Practice at The ITB Group. He has been developing and implementing strategic visions as a technical executive in several organizations for over 15 years. Over the past 30 years he has accumulated extensive experience in automotive product development, including experience working in Europe and China as well as the United States. Two areas of his automotive specialization are thermal management and fuel systems. Mr. Osborne holds Masters Degrees in Engineering and Management from MIT and a BSEE from General Motors Institute.