Battery Experts Forum Moves to Messe Frankfurt
KARLSTEIN, Germany – In order to meet the continued growth in visitors and companies that want to be part of the event, the 16th Battery Experts Forum (10 to 12 April) will move next year from its current home Aschaffenburg to Frankfurt am Main. It will take place at Messe Frankfurt on 10 – 12 April 2019.
With the new location, the organizer of the Battery Experts Forum – the Batteryuniversity GmbH based in Karlstein am Main – expands the lecture and exhibition area. With that it wants to offer the Forum visitors an even more versatile program.
Set-up by BMZ
The Battery Experts Forum has been set-up by the Batteryuniversity GmbH which is part of BMZ; Europe’s biggest battery maker. At the upcoming Battery Forum renowned international companies from the battery industry will present their latest products at Messe Frankfurt. Participants have the opportunity to get to know the latest product developments, to exchange ideas with experts and to make new business contacts.
What’s new for 2019
New in 2019 is the trade fair ticket, with which interested parties have the opportunity to visit the exhibition area. In other words, so far the Battery Experts Forum has always had a ticket to visit both conference and exhibition. In the future, if requested by organizer Batteryuniversity, “visitors will be able to procure a trade fair ticket for the high-quality conference presentations on one side and one for the exhibition on the other”.
Battery industry trends
Over the three days of the event over 100 leading users, developers, politicians and researchers from international companies and institutes will speak about the following trends in the battery industry:
- Electric Mobility
- Energy Storage
- New Materials / Next Generation
- World Market
- Abuse Tests and Safety
- Standards and Certifications
- Battery Production
Several battery trainings will be offered on the first day of the event. They are intended to provide the participants with the most important fundamentals of lithium-ion battery technology, battery management systems, dangerous goods and the latest standards and laws.
More at www.battery-experts-forum.com