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Wednesday, October 5th, 2011
Organized by China Decision Makers Consultancy, Endorsed by International Air Rail Organization, The 6th Annual China Railworld Summit 2011 has been convened in September 22-23 in Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center.
Leading Speakers from The Ministry of Railways of PRC, Ministry of Railways, Government of India, China CREC Railway Electrification Bureau Group, China Railway Signal & Communication Corp, Research Designs & Standards Organization, Ministry of Railways Indian Railways
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This is the 6th RWS Event – the biggest meeting and most unique of the year.
CRWS 2011 is the only summit that focuses on emerging rail market. As we all know, China and India are going through economic booms. Both of them are investing more in the high speed rail and metro to adapt to economic fast growing. The past 5 years events have made the Rail World Summit the most influential event in China rail industry. This year we cooperate with Ministry of Railways PRC and Indian Railways, putting out the particularly designed RWS 2011. RWS 2011 will be held in the Hotel Kempinski, Beijing from the 22 – 23 September
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Industry specialist will present updates on the latest trends in High Speed Railway and Metro including:
MENG QingguoDirector for Strategy Division?
Center for High-speed Railway Technology, Tsinghua University
Michael Schabas?Advisor? World Bank
LUO Renjian, Researcher?The Institute of Comprehensive Transportation, NDRC PRC
WANG Fuzhang?Party Secretary? Electronic Science and Technology Research Institute China Academy of Railway Sciences
Keith Wallace, Global Business Lines Leader Railways, URS Scott Wilson
Vinay Kumar Singh, Executive Director(PSU), Ministry of Railways, India
LIAO Guocai, Deputy Director General, Beijing Urban Engineering Design & Research Institute Co., Ltd
Dennis LI, Director, MetroSolutions Limited
Rajesh Agarwal, General Manager Project, KONKAN Railway Corporation LTD
Fabio Croccol, General Director, Italian Rail Regulation Office, Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, Italy
Vincent AU , Director, MetroSolutions Limited
SUN Ning, Deputy General Manager, China Academy of Railway Sciences Engineering Consulting Co.Ltd
LEE Kang-kuen, Head of Hangzhou Project, MTRC
OOI Peng Hong, General Manager in charge of transport planning, Gamuda Berhad
Richard Di Bona, Director, LLA Consultancy/LLA
JIN, Hopes Jian, Partner, Managing Director, Deloitte
Ulrich Koegler, Partner, Booz & Company
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Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011
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Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010
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Tuesday, August 4th, 2009
Vehicles and Aerospace Drive Energy Harvesting Forward
By Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman, IDTechEx
It has been a long wait. In 1834, Thomas Davenport demonstrated the first electric car in the UK. Pure electric mobility aids for the disabled (power chairs, etc) sell at around the million unit level every year and most fork lift trucks across the world are electric so he certainly achieved something. All electric golf cars peaked at about 300,000 units yearly but unfortunately pure electric on-road cars have yet to sell in more than tens of thousands yearly. Mainly it is a problem of inadequate range from available batteries, lack of charging infrastructure and lack of realistic fast charging. However, there are huge government incentives, new in 2009, to break these logjams. Meanwhile, hybrid gasoline-electric cars will tide us over. Here a big improvement is the availability from 2009 onwards of more and more plug-in hybrids with big enough batteries to go at least tens of miles on the much cheaper electricity alone if that is your wish.
See the future of energy harvesting
In all forms of electric vehicle, power management is key and any form of energy harvesting is welcome. The modern car will therefore increasingly use regenerative braking, solar panels outside and maybe energy harvesting shock absorbers and other forms of energy harvesting as well. Even those not interested in the automotive industry can learn from its eager adoption of types of energy harvesting that need volume to be used elsewhere. Regenerative braking is already commonplace in pure electric cars. From 2009, the photovoltaic car roof will increasingly be the norm as well, initially only powering accessories but later, when transparent film solar is available and over the whole car, providing significant traction power as well, in sunny countries.
This idea is not new, as evidenced by the 1982 solar powered “car” in Germany.
German solar electric car from 1982 that achieved 15 mph.
Source German Information Center
The world’s largest car company Toyota has a $5 billion electric vehicle business already and IDTechEx projects in its new report “Hybrid and Pure Electric Cars 2009-2019″ that Toyota’s sales of hybrid cars will pass one million in 2014. The global sales of all forms of electric car from all suppliers will be 3.125 million at that time, forecasts IDTechEx. Clearly such volume will be an excellent opportunity for numbers driven cost reduction of many forms of energy harvesting, benefiting the use of harvesting elsewhere. Is there a place for the new lightweight vibration harvesting to drive accessories for example?
The best selling Toyota hybrid is the Prius. It is the best selling hybrid car in the world by a big margin. Toyota’s third-generation Prius appeared this year with an optional solar panel on its roof. The panel powers a ventilation system that can cool the car without help from the engine, Toyota says.
Solar roof on Prius
In addition, Solar Electric Vehicles has been offering a solar roof conversion for existing Prius vehicles.
Solar Electric Vehicles $3500 165 W/h Prius solar roof conversion
Source Solar Electric Vehicles
Because the Toyota cars are fully crash tested on-road vehicles and currently used solar cells are heavy, the total weight precludes use of solar roofing to drive them along, though getting an extra five to fifteen miles range is not unusual.
“Being able to power a car entirely with solar is a pretty far-reaching goal,” said Tony Markel, a senior engineer at the federal government’s National Renewable Energy Lab in Golden, Colorado.
In the new Prius, the photovoltaics provide energy for a ventilation fan that helps cool the parked car on sunny, hot days. The driver can start the fan remotely before stepping into the car. Once the car is started, the air conditioning will not need as much energy from a battery to do the rest of the cooling. Although palm sized solar car coolers that fit in the window to cool the parked car have been available for some time, the Toyota roof unit does a far more robust job and does not make a break in easier.
Auto Cool unit, with small polycrystalline photovoltaic panel, clips in a car side window.
The next stage will be sufficient solar power to run the air conditioning at all times in sunny countries, via battery storage. The best thing about using any form of harvesting in a car is that it all saves on gasoline.
Unfortunately, hybrids may put on weight as they become the plug-in versions most desired by users. Plug-in hybrids permit the driver to go useful distance such as tens of miles, on all electric power, saving a lot of cost over gasoline. On the other hand, pure electric vehicles have no gasoline engine but that weight can be offset by the extra size of battery required. They will also benefit from new photovoltaics. Surely someone will use the new flexible copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS), di-sensitized solar cells (DSSC) or organic photovoltaics to make unfolding or unwinding panels that increase the area harvested during parking. Imaginative design required please. There will be cross fertilization from experience of energy harvesting in aerospace, something reflected in a forthcoming conference.
Conference on energy harvesting commercialization
The major IDTechEx conference and exhibition “Energy Harvesting and Storage USA” on November 3-4 in Denver USA has presentations from Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, BP, GE, Hospital Corporation of America and other famous names. It is co-located with “Wireless Sensor Networks and RTLS Summit” as these topics are increasingly related. Energy Harvesting technologies are the driving force behind the continued improvement and adaptability of Wireless Sensor Networks & Real Time Locating Systems. For more information, visit www.IDTechEx.com/Denver.
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For more information on the topic please contact the author Peter Harrop at p.harrop@IDTechEx.com or to find out more about the Energy Harvesting USA 2009 conference please contact the Event Manager Ms. Sarah Lee at s.lee@IDTechEx.com.
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Tuesday, November 20th, 2007
Thousands of motor enthusiasts attend the opening of the region’s largest and most popular Motor Show
United Arab Emirates, 14th November 2007 - The 9th edition of the Middle East International Motor Show, popularly known as the Dubai Motor Show, opened at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre today. The event was inaugurated by Sheikh Maktoum Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Technology & Media Free Authority. After the inauguration, Sheikh Maktoum and his VIP entourage toured the exhibition and got a glimpse of the latest designs and models unveiled by the biggest names in the automotive industry.
Thousands of motor enthusiasts queued up to be the first ones to get their eyes on the stunning designs and prototypes on display, and the turbocharged excitement in the air was clearly palpable. 650 companies displayed their best and newest in the expansive 50,000 square meter display area. The show has grown in size and stature compared to the last edition, with more exhibitors, newer brands and more people in attendance.
Dubai World Trade Centre, the show’s organiser, has delivered an event that is bigger and better than ever before. The visitors were thrilled to see many first-time additions to the show, such as the Cars of the Stars walkway, Dubaiâ€™s first solar powered car and the exciting West Coast Customs remodeling a car live at the show. Speed lovers got more than they expected when they got a glimpse of not just the Shelby Ultimate Aero, the fastest production car in the world, but also ten of the fastest production cars in the world. Even the kids had a gala time, with the Porsche Driving School teaching them the basics of safe driving in the most fun way possible.
Our aim was to transform the show from a mega car exhibition into an experience that is entertaining and educational for all. I am extremely pleased that we are presenting a wide spectrum of displays and attractions that are innovative and awe inspiring for motor enthusiasts and the public alike said Mr. Helal Saeed Al Marri, Director General of Dubai World Trade Centre.
Some of the biggest names in the motor world, including Maybach, Maserati, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Toyota, Hyundai, Ford, General Motors and Jeep, just to name a few, made their presence felt at the show. Visitors to the show also got the first ever glimpse of the Maybach S62 Landaulet, which had its world premier at the show yesterday, as well as a series of other regional launches from key manufacturers.
Visitors to the show can also try their luck in the many competitions and giveaways throughout the show. If the response to the first day is anything to go by, one can definitely expect four more days of power-packed excitement to come.
The Dubai Motor Show 2007 will be held from 14-18 November 2007 from 11 am to 10 pm, and from 3 pm to 10pm on Friday, 16th of November. The tickets cost AED 20 and can be purchased at the venue or online at www.timeouttickets.com. Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Children under the age of 5 enjoy free admission.
About Middle East International Motor Show
The 9th Middle East International Motor show 2007 is the single largest international automotive event in the Middle East. The exhibition which is held once every two years runs in conjunction with two separate but related shows â€˜ Motor Parts & Accessories and MOTORplus which collectively offer a complete representation of the motor industry serving the Middle East markets and will be a dedicated section for motor parts, components, accessories and high end automotive products.. The combination of events will be held from 14 – 18 November 2007 at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC)
About Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC)
As the organiser of the Middle East International Motor Show, Dubai World Trade Centre offers over 27 years experience of delivering world-class events in the Middle East, providing local, regional and international exhibitors with unmatched expertise and in-depth market knowledge. Our team organises 15 of the largest and most successful international and regional shows in Middle East, providing an ideal platform for business development in the region.
Our commitment to ongoing innovation within the exhibition industry has supported the rapid growth and development of a wide range of business-to-business and business-to-consumer shows, and delivered consistent satisfaction to exhibitors and visitors. DWTC works with the leading trade bodies and industry associations to ensure that all exhibitions deliver full value and are built upon the real needs of their specific sector.
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Sponsors: World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
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