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The Market Overview: Emissions Control in Asia Pacific is a free 12-page pdf based on research conducted by Integer Research in preparation for the 2nd Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Asia Pacific 2017.  The report covers the current state of emissions control legislation and technology in each of the following key markets:

  • Heavy-duty commercial vehicles
  • Marine Vessels
  • Non-road mobile machinery
  • AdBlue®

The post-conference report provides a summary of the key discussions and findings from the 2nd Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue Forum Asia Pacific 2017. Topics discussed include:

  • Heavy-duty commercial vehicles
  • Marine vessels
  • Non-road mobile machinery
  • AdBlue® Forum

Experts to meet in Seoul for second annual emissions summit

We are pleased to announce the the 2nd Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Asia Pacific 2017 was a great success!

Over 170 senior executives met to discuss and debate new technologies and legislative developments in South Korea and the wider Asia Pacific market. Topics of discussion included:

  • The challenges that lie ahead for heavy-duty commercial vehicle manufacturers in Asia Pacific
  • The key issues affecting the AdBlue® market in Korea
  • Developments in Asia Pacific’s leadership of the marine emissions technology market
  • The future of off-highway emissions regulations and how it will impact the Asia Pacific market
  • Emissions control regulations and technology innovations that shape the on- and non-road industries

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Speakers

Dr Sang-il Kwon - Transportation Pollution Research Center,…

Technical Engineer

Dr Kwon is a technical engineer and has been working for the National Institute of Environmental Research in Korean Ministry of…

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Assessment of real driving emissions (RDE) for heavy-duty vehicles in South Korea

– Analysis of real driving emissions from heavy-duty vehicles
– RDE regulation limits and real world driving test cycle strategy
– Implementation and experience so far in heavy-duty vehicles

Sung-Oh Ra - Hyundai Motor Company

Deputy General Manager - Commercial Diesel Engine Test Team

Sungoh Ra is the Research Engineer responsible for HMC's Heavy Duty Diesel Engine (10L and 13L displacement volume) performance and emissions development.  Sungoh…

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Operational experience of Euro VI trucks in South Korea since January 2015

– Reduction of criteria emissions between Euro V and VI
– Measures to improve fuel consumption
– Future priorities for sustainable vehicles

Taejoong Wang - Doosan Infracore

Senior Research Engineer

Dr. Tae-Joong Wang is the technical engineer responsible for the design of exhaust aftertreatment systems in Doosan Infracore. He received…

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Presentation: The benefit of fuel efficient solutions in Euro VI c/d and Stage V applications

  • Challenges for reducing NOx and GHG emissions in heavy-duty engines
  • Combustion and aftertreatment development for low NOx emission and superior total fluid consumption
  • Collaboration between OEMs and technology suppliers

Seoyoung Lee - Doosan Infracore

Manager, Homologation and Regulation Team

Mr Lee has worked at Doosan Infracore for 12 years and is currently the manager of the Homologation & Regulation…

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Presentation: Overview of emissions control legislation in non-road vehicles in Asia Pacific

  • An update on the existing regulatory framework and the impact for manufactures
  • Planning for the potential impact of Stage V emissions control on the global NRMM market

Sang-Kyu (Simon) Shin - Cummins Korea

Product Certification & Compliance Manager

Mr Shin has been the Product Certification & Compliance Manager for On and Off-highway at Cummins Korea for five years. He is…

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Presentation: Developments in fuel efficient emissions control technology

  • Technology strategies to reduce fuel consumption
  • Introduction of USA SuperTruck program
  • Innovations in waste heat recovery
  • Compliance with low emission standards

Dr Phillipp Reupold - Siemens AG

Systems Engineer, Mobile Mining

Philipp Reupold was born in Munich, Germany where he studied electrical engineering at the Technical University. After receiving his diploma…

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Presentation: The future for electrification in off-road vehicles

  • Existing technology on the market
  • Possibilities for developing electrification of non-road mobile machinery
  • Case study: Hybrid vehicles/electric drive system for underground mining vehicles

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