PAST WEBINARS


Did you miss the riveting HTUF webinar series last year? No problem. Click here to see slides and recordings (when available.)

 
PAST EVENTS

 HTUF has hosted conferences, expos, national meetings, regional meetings and ride and drives for over a decade. Catch up with past gatherings here.

 
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HTUF 2016 NATIONAL MTG & TECH EXCHANGE

AGENDA

Welcome; Preview of Meeting and Overview of HTUF Activities
Steven Sokolsky, CALSTART

TARDEC External Business Office Priorities and Opportunities for Industry Engagement
Jeff Jaczkowski, U.S. Army-TARDEC

Presentation of the Findings of the HTUF Vehicle Electrification Study
Tom Brotherton, CALSTART

Vehicle Electrification – How the military and commercial industry can advance the development of electrified components and systems

Moderator: Tom Brotherton, CALSTART
Panelists:
Dean McGrew, U.S. Army-TARDEC
Greg Fritz, Actia
Adrian Schaffer, UQM Technologies

Tech Talks
John Major, Achates Power
Bill Kahn, Paccar
        
Lunch Presentation: State of the Advanced Truck Industry and Status of New Federal Fuel Economy Standards    
Bill Van Amburg, CALSTART

Worksite Electrification and Export Power
Moderator: Steven Sokolsky, CALSTART
Panelists:
Dean McGrew, U.S. Army-TARDEC
John Petras, Odyne
Dave Mazaika, EDI
Cedric Daniels, Southern Company

Developments in Connected and Automated Vehicle Technologies
Moderator: Mike Ippoliti, CALSTART
Panelists:
Scott Heim, U.S. Army-TARDEC
Mary Doyle, SAE
Bill Kahn, Paccar
Guy Rini, GTR Development

Discussion on Commercial Vehicle Cybersecurity Issues
Michael Dudzik, IQM Research Institute
Mike Ippoliti, CALSTART
Brad McNett, U.S. Army-TARDEC HTUF Program Manager
Chuck Price, Peloton
Gloria D’Anna, General Telecom Systems

Tech Talks
Ralph Bedogne, EMP
Patrick Geraghty, Harris Corp.

First Set of Working Group Meetings
Connected & Automated Truck Users Forum
Worksite Electrification & Export Power Working Group

Second Set of Working Group Meetings
Medium and Heavy-Duty Vehicle Cybersecurity Working Group
Commercial Electric Vehicle Working Group

 
VEHICLE SHOWCASE PHOTO GALLERY

Photo Gallery: Vehicle Showcase
Clean Transportation Efficiencies Forum


 
HTUF'S GREEN CALIF SUMMIT VEHICLE SHOWCASE AND WORKSHOP SUCCESS
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HTUF 2014 SLIDESHOW
HTUF WEBINAR SERIES: TRANSITIONING SUPERTRUCK TECH

Transitioning SuperTruck Technologies to Commercial and Military Applications (MTAG)

Over the last five years, the US Department of Energy's SuperTruck teams have worked to develop and integrate advanced technologies from all component systems of the tractor and trailer into one highly-efficient freight-hauling vehicle. Some of their successes have already transitioned to market and are commercially available for fleets and agencies nationwide. Narrowing down the many advancements from SuperTruck and highlighting the most applicable to heavy-duty military platforms, CALSTART Project Engineer Jean-Baptiste Gallo and Associate Project Manager Ted Bloch-Rubin presented this Military Truck Action Group (MTAG) webinar.

Miss the webinar? Watch the slides and listen to the recording here: Transitioning SuperTruck Technologies to Commercial and Military Applications (MTAG) 

The HTUF team hosts another in its continuing series of webinars. Registration is free of charge, but be sure to reserve your seat in advance.

 
HTUF WEBINAR SERIES: BATTERY UPDATE

Two Updates on Cutting-Edge Battery Research, Field Tests

http://www.calstart.org/Libraries/CALSTART_Current_Aug_Sept_2013/CALSTART-6T-Battery-ProjectTriptych_resized.sflb.ashxThe HTUF team offered this free webinar on two critical projects related to the key to vehicle electrification: batteries. At this session, Dr Jasna Tomic presented data results from field testing conducted for the 6T Battery project (military configuration for batteries in commercial vehicle applications). She  also provided a project update for Battery JumpStart Initiative, which is evaluating the life-cycle costs for batteries.
Miss this webinar? Visit HTUF's page to watch the recording and see the slides.