Tuesday, March 5, 1:15PM–2:15PM
Today’s internal combustion engines are cleaner and more efficient than those built even as recently as 10 years ago. Breakthrough technologies currently being developed offer the potential to make engines even cleaner and more efficient. Get a glimpse of the future as a panel of internal combustion engine experts discusses new concepts that may see production in the next five to 10 years.
Moderated by: Bob Johnson, Director of Fleet Relations, NTEA (Farmington Hills, MI)
Presented by: Tim Campbell, Managing Director, Campbells LTD (Leyland, England, UK); Thomas A. Dollmeyer, Chief Engineer, Power Systems, Cummins, Inc. (Columbus, IN); Mihai “Mike” Dorobantu, Director, Vehicle Technologies and Innovation, Eaton Corporation (Southfield, MI); and Eddie Sturman, Technical Director, Sturman Industries (Woodland Park, CO)