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The conference includes in-depth discussion on:

  • Heavy-duty commercial vehicles
  • Non-road mobile machinery
  • Light-duty vehicles and passenger cars
  • AdBlue®

The latest legislation and technology developments across the region in the following key areas:

  • Heavy-duty commercial vehicles
  • Non-road mobile machinery
  • Light-duty vehicles and passenger cars
  • AdBlue®
  • Why attend?
  • Who attends (including demographics)?
  • Key topics and overview.

The annual meeting place for Europe's emissions control industry

We are delighted to report that our 12th Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Europe 2016 which took place last week on 21-23 June in Brussels, was a well-attended successful event. We welcomed senior executives and industry stakeholders from Europe and beyond to discuss the issues, challenges and opportunities surrounding Europe’s emissions control industry.

The conference discussed how recent revelations from key players in the emissions control industry have made a lasting impact on the industry and will shape the direction of legislation, testing and technology solutions in the future.

The admission by Volkswagen that millions of their vehicles were fitted with defeat devices to cheat emissions tests has implications for the wider industry, including heavy-duty vehicles and non-road mobile machinery.

Despite the negative attention that Volkswagen’s disclosure has created, stakeholders in the emissions control industry continue to take legislation-driven steps to develop and promote fuel-efficient emissions control engine and aftertreatment technology. Challenges and opportunities also lie in the need to address real-world emissions issues.

We also featured the ACEA Light-duty Vehicle AdBlue® Workshop

Click here to view the agenda for the ACEA Workshop >>

After the success of 2015’s event, we were delighted to once again partner with ACEA to hold the ACEA Light-duty Vehicle AdBlue® Workshop, as part of the ‘12th Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue Forum Europe 2016’. Due to popular demand, this year the Workshop was extended to a full day’s discussion. It also once again featured a demonstration of AdBlue® dispensing equipment for passenger cars, offering attendees the chance to experience the latest technology developments.

The 12th Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Europe 2016 took place on the 21-23 June in Brussels. Hosting dedicated streams for heavy-duty commercial vehicles, non-road mobile machinery, light-duty vehicles and passenger cars and the AdBlue® Forum, the event examined the industry’s progress and future challenges in developing regulation compliant, fuel-efficient emissions reduction strategies.

The conference addressed these leading questions, and much more:

  • What effects will imminent HDV fuel efficiency and CO2 measurement policies have your business?
  • How will Stage V influence existing NRMM technology concepts?
  • How can the European passenger car industry react to the upcoming RDE, WLTP and PN limit regulations at Euro 6?
  • How will the expanding AdBlue® market change in response to increased demand and new market players?
  • What impact has the VW scandal had on the entire industry and its future direction?

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Speakers

Dr Paul Greening - ACEA

Director - Emissions & Fuels

Dr Greening is responsible for co-ordinating the European automotive industry position on pollutant emissions and fuel quality legislation for ACEA.…

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Presentation: ACEA views on need for infrastructure:

  1. Background
  2. Forecasts SCR vehicle in EU fleet

Cecile Favre - AECC

Technology and Communication Manager

Cécile Favre is the Technology and Communications Manager of the Association for Emissions Control by Catalyst (AECC). She joined AECC…

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Presentation: Particles emissions from a Euro 6 Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) passenger car

  • A comparison of on-road testing figures and real-world emissions data
  • Key features of PEMS-PN testing measurement and its reflection of RDE
  • The benefits of the Gasoline Particulate Filter (GPF)

Antti Marttinen - AGCO

Manager, Product Management – Global Engine Installations

Antti has been working for AGCO since November 2008 and started his current role in the beginning of May 2012…

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Keynote Presentation: OEM perspective on meeting Stage V

  • Impact of new legislation on manufacturers
  • Technical modifications and developments necessary to meet new limits
  • Developing compliant technology that also meets customer needs

Dr Tue Johannessen - Amminex A/S

Chief Technology Officer

Dr. Johannessen holds a Ph.D. degree in chemical engineering from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). As one of the…

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Presentation: Emissions solutions for optimal DeNOx in real driving conditions

  • Direct ammonia-SCR for efficient engines and cold exhaust gas
  • Case story: Fleet of 300 buses with on-line emissions monitoring
  • Avoiding the traditional compromise between engine efficiency and exhaust heat management

Zissis Samaras - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Professor, Lab of Applied Thermodynamics

Zissis Samaras is a Full Professor and the Director of the Lab of Applied Thermodynamics, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece. His…

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Assessing RDE of hybrid diesel light-duty vehicles and cars

  • Research results of RDE figures on hybrid diesel cars
  • The impact of WLTP adoption on hybrid diesel car RDE performance
  • Solutions applicable for hybrid diesel cars

Francesco Massa - CNH Industrial

Technical Affairs Specialist

Mr Massa is currently Technical Affairs specialist in CNH Industrial - EMEA and APAC Institutional Relations, responsible for Transport Policy &…

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Presentation: Natural Gas options for sustainable freight transport

–       Emissions reduction and fuel efficiency improvements

–       Total Cost of Ownership battle: the advantages of natural gas

–       Actual and future demand for natural gas vehicles

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