DISCOVER INDUSTRIAL VEHICLE COMPONENTS, MATERIALS, CONCEPTS AND NEW SUPPLIERS
iVT Expo is an annual international exhibition (originally launched in 2018) that showcases the latest components and technologies from leading international suppliers. The show has a compact format with 150-200 exhibitors, giving engineers and designers of industrial vehicles a highly efficient environment in which to review the latest technologies and future concepts without all the inconvenience and complexity of many of the older giant industry events.
iVT Expo only showcases the components, services and technologies that go into making the next generation of industrial vehicles and improving manufacturing and testing processes.
What’s on show?
Latest new materials; new engine technologies, including electric motors and hybrid applications; new control systems; sensors; testing and validation services and technologies, from durability rigs to EMC and NDT technologies; equipment for cabs; technologies required for operator-free/driverless vehicles; and innovative ideas that will help manufacturers of industrial vehicles improve product design, efficiency and thus sales – all under one roof!
Vehicle categories covered by iVT Expo include anything from off-road loaders, mining equipment and diggers, to tractors, cranes and lift-trucks. In short, technologies and services for every class of industrial vehicle are on display.
There is also a specialized pay-to-attend conference that features tracks on autonomous industrial vehicle technology; electric and hybrid industrial vehicle technology; and cab design, controls, ergonomics and HMI. More than 80 experts will address the critical trends shaping future vehicle development.
The exhibition, which is closed to the general public, is completely free to attend. It’s in Hall 11.1 at the Köln Messe in Cologne on June 28 and 29, 2023. Parking is available adjacent to the exhibition hall. Register now for your free entry pass.
Two days, 150+ exhibitors, 80+ conference speakers and a fantastic turnout of visitors from across the industry – Industrial Vehicle Technology (iVT) Expo, which was held at the Köln Messe in Germany on June 28 & 29, 2023, was a resounding success.
Matthias Draxler - area sales manager, Willow Technologies
The show is pretty good. I’m just here as a visitor and my colleague is joining the seminars, which he says have been very good so far. I've been walking the show and I've got a list of target customers and existing customers. That has been very interesting to find all these great leads
André Kosan - sales area manager, Oesse
Generally, I think the show is going very well. We’re finding great contacts. It’s nice and well-organized so we’re very happy to be here
Gabriel Sallah - ADAS/AD lead architect, Microsoft
I had a great session at iVT Expo in Cologne as a guest speaker. I shared some insights on how OEMs and Tier 1s in the mobility industry have been using the Microsoft Azure cloud for a number of years now for the testing and validation of autonomous industrial vehicles autonomous operations (AVOps), ADAS and AD at scale. Then I delved into the building blocks (including generative AI for scene and scenarios generation) needed on the Azure Cloud for a robust collaborative digital engineering platform for designing, testing, simulating and validating these vehicles. I loved the interactive nature of the session and the topical, probing questions (safety, homologation, ML models for certification, off-road ADAS/AD use cases) by the audience. Thank you, Tim Sandford [conference director for iVT Conference], for the invitation; I’m looking forward to speaking again at iVT Expo
Michael Glunk - head of the driver's workplace program, Continental
I am happy to be here at the iVT Conference one more time and meet experts and have fruitful conversations and exchange of opinions
Sergii Levitov - product manager, MRS Electronic
The show is going good. I was at the show last year, and this year it feels like there are even more people here. That was just for the first half of the day and it's just getting better and better. Contacts have all been great too
Mateusz Trabka - development engineer, Donaldson
The show is really interesting. There is a strong focus on batteries and the exhibitors are showing some very focused technology. My colleague is attending a conference and is loving the different streams too
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ARE YOU INVESTED IN THE FUTURE OF INDUSTRIAL VEHICLES?
THIS IS THE CONFERENCE YOU SHOULD ATTEND
Hear from over 70 expert speakers discussing key topics around the future of industrial vehicles, electric, hybrid & alternative powertrain solutions, developments in autonomous off-road vehicle technology and the evolution of human machine interface for smarter, more efficient mobile machines.
Interested in speaking at the event?
You are invited to propose a presentation for consideration. Your presentation should provide a technical insight, share unique challenges and experiences, and discuss technical solutions, addressing the challenges and opportunities of developing new technologies for industrial vehicles, including those deployed in construction, agriculture, mining, forestry and materials handling.
We are seeking proposals discussing electric, hybrid and alternative powertrain solutions for the decarbonization of heavy-duty vehicles and mobile machinery, including the design, test and integration of complete powertrains and systems; developing and integrating drives; architecture; energy storage; thermal management; hydrogen; biofuels; and more.
In addition, we are seeking proposals related to the design, development and test of autonomous and automated systems and technologies for off-highway vehicles, including software, AI and deep learning; safety systems; sensor technology; advanced simulation and digital twins; verification and validation of autonomous systems; real-world test and deployment; data management; connectivity; and more. We’ll also be discussing the latest developments in remote control technology cab design, HMI and human factors.
If you have worked on a relevant project, have an opinion you’d like to share with the industry, or have a theory you would like to discuss, please submit your presentation title and a 100-word abstract. While we cannot accommodate every submission, an early abstract or interest in speaking will increase your chances of securing a presentation or speaking position within the program.
please click below to submit your proposal.
Deadline for registration : January 16th, 2024
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