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Download a selection of free presentations from the 12th Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Europe 2016. including:

  • Amminex – Emissions solutions for optimal DeNOx in real driving conditions
  • Eaton Vehicle Group – Deeply integrated engines and transmissions: Fuel economy potential and certifications challenges
  • Eltek Group – Proprietary iN-ICE Solutions: Sensors and systems to meet legislation requirements and improve performances under any AdBlue® conditions
  • Haldor Topsoe – High efficiency SCR systems 
  • Proventia Technology Emissions Control Oy – NOx reduction at low gas exhaust temperatures 
  • Watlow GmbH – Simulation study of electrically heating diesel exhaust 
  • Lightning Hybrids – Hybrid technology and implications for emissions reduction in medium and heavy-duty vehicles

The post-conference report provides a summary of the key discussions and findings from the 12th Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Europe 2016. Topics discussed include:

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

13th Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Europe 2017

Integer’s flagship conference, the Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Europe, returns for the 13th time in 2017.

More than 300 senior executives from across European and international emissions control organizations will meet in Dresden to discuss the most challenging issues facing the industry, including:

  • How commercial vehicle and engine manufacturers will further reduce CO2 emissions and improve fuel efficiency beyond Euro VI
  • Euro 6c for light-duty vehicles and passenger cars – what will be the likely scenario for the European car industry when RDE regulation and WLTP procedures are adopted in September 2017?
  • Which technologies will prove to be best-suited to meeting Stage V regulations for the non-road mobile machinery sector?
  • What are the optimum strategies for meeting upcoming emissions legislation in the marine sector following European and IMO efforts to tighten emission standards

Watch a video of our previous European summit, The 12th Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Europe 2016 below.


Register before February 24th and save up to €400 with our Early Booking Discount



Marco Aimo-Boot - IVECO

Alternative Traction and Electrification Manager

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Presentation: The future of electrification and emissions in the heavy-duty vehicle sector

  • An assessment of European legislation in support of e-mobility
  • The current trends and impact of electrification within the industry
  • The future outlook for e-mobility

Pablo Mendoza Villafuerte - CNH Industrial

Technical Affairs Manager

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Panel: Perspectives on the efforts to monitor, report, and lower CO2 standards for the industry

With early monitoring of CO2 emissions for trucks planned to begin by early 2018, and the monitoring and reporting of emissions from coaches and buses following behind, the industry must be ready to meet the expectations of future emissions control. The panel of experts will discuss the consequences of tighter emissions control and their views on which technology could be embraced.

Carlos Calvo Ambel - Transport and Environment

Transport and Energy Analyst

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Anders Röj - Volvo Technology Corp.

Fuels and Lubricants Manager

Anders Röj joined Volvo Technology Corporation (Sweden) in 1989, where he heads the Fuels and Lubricants group and co-ordinates fuels…

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Clément Chandon - IVECO

EMEA - Heavy Line Gas Business Development

Mr Chandon joined the Fiat group in 1998, since that date, he has worked in a number of areas, including,…

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