The seminar was targeted on areas
pertaining to emission, fuel economy improvement,
combustion measurement & testing and was divided
into six substantial sessions. The event commenced
with a welcome address by Mr. Michael Muehloegger,
Global Business Unit Manager, AVL Graz.
This event covered series of
seminars on topics related to fuel economy and
emission such as “Fuel economy as the main
driver in development of modern engines”,
“Professional testing on the road”
and “Optimizing the vehicle in terms of
fuel economy and measurement”. It covered
highlights on “Repeatability gets us Reliability
in Measurement” and “Contribution
of complete PM measurement chain for fulfilling
the development targets”.
The speakers talked about future
energy demands and the contribution of automobiles
in it. They emphasized on how rapidly the automobile
demand is increasing globally, thereby increasing
CO2 emission. The implications of increased emission
and various methods to reduce CO2 were discussed.
The event saw participation from
nearly 60 technocrats from various industries.