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Mr. John Smith

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Similar to previous year I will show the forecasts for different levels of the vehicle sector. Starting from the Light Vehicle production from 2021 to 2035, I will explain the main challenges we are experiencing and how they will evolve in the short and long period. Then I will move to the forecast for the Propulsion system design showing the penetration of different types of electric vehicles in the future and I can compare this with the parc data showing the electric vehicles on the road today. Finally on vehicle sector I will present the Autonomy levels forecast that will have an interesting impact on the braking system type. Moving to braking forecasts we have now enlarged our Brake Actuation forecast with the information of By wire Braking Pedal (e-pedal) showing how new large platforms like Volkswagen SSP or Stellantis STLA will move to this system to increase the integration for these platforms. We are also able to show not only the brake actuation system (Hydraulic, Electro-Hydraulic, Hybrid and Electro-Mechanical), but also the type of system redundancy if applicable for the vehicle. The trends for Brake Actuation systems have been updated and will be shown in this presentation. Moreover I will present the evolution of drum brakes that will be fitted more and more on Electric vehicles on the rear axle and the evolution of vehicle domain architectures for the chassis domain.

Mr. Patricio Barbale, Senior Analyst, S&P Global Mobility

New braking technologies for the future mobility: brake e-pedal (by wire), hybrid and electro-mechanical actuation systems

EB2012-IBC-004 • Paper • EuroBrake 2012 • IBC


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