24 - 26 September, 2012, Maritim Rhein-Main Hotel Darmstadt, Germany
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In Detail: Sensor research and energy harvesting at the Holst Centre/IMEC
Rob van Schaijk, Principal Researcher, Program Manager Micropower at Holst Centre/IMEC (Netherlands) joins Joanna Scheffel from IQPC in this detailed interview in light of the conference “Intelligent Tire Technology”. He explains the advantages of TPMS sensors over regular sensor technology and the challenges of power consumption. Read the whole interview for an exclusive preview of our speaker’s presentation.
Harvesting energy with smart sensors
Rob van Schaijk, R&D Manager Sensors & Energy Harvesters at Holst Centre / imec, the Netherlands explains the advantages of energy harvesting through sensors mounted on tires. He will present the most recent results of his research at IQPC’s 8th Annual Conference Intelligent Tire Technology – read the whole interview for an exclusive preview.
Under the EU’s new tyre labelling regulations, any tyre produced after July 2012 and sold in the European Union after November 2012 should be supplied with a label clearly indicating the tyres rating on fuel efficiency, wet grip, and external rolling noise. As part of the EU’s aim towards sustainable mobility, the tyre regulations are intended to give the consumer greater information about the performance as well as the safety and energy efficiency of a tyre.
Tomorrow’s technology. Today’s tires.
Anticipating market trends and regulatory requirements: Demand for highperforming tires with less environmental impact; Higher fuel prices and requirements for lower emissions, encouraging more fuel-efficient cars and tires
Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems
What is the difference between direct vs. indirect monitoring systems
Economic and Social Council
Tyre pressure monitoring systems. Proposal for a new draft Regulation on tyre pressure monitoring systems. Submitted by the expert from Germany.
New EC tyre regulatory framework
Type-approval requirements for the general safety of motor vehicles and tyres
Hear an exclusive interview with François Montfort, Michelin tire Development, Michelin,France
About the future trends in tire development.
Industry Guideline on tyre labelling to promote the use of fuel-efficient and safe tyres with low noise levels
Development and application of TPMS based on actual legal requirements
Discover the legal requirements in the U.S., in Europe and in China
TPMS Regulations - The Engineering Backgrounds
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