ITU Electrical Engineering Club, 4. times. 13 will open its doors with important speakers in December and is expected to have more than one thousand participants this year.
ITU Electric Vehicles Summit, which continues to be held with more than a thousand participants every year, aims to bring together competent people, academicians, students and all interested people in the electric vehicle industry. At the ITU Electric Vehicles Summit, the potential of electric land, air vehicles and rail systems for the world and our country is evaluated, investments are taken into consideration in this field and light is shed on the future.
In addition, it is aimed that the participants will be able to make individual comments in the activity where the university students will be able to give information about the collective works carried out in this field by giving the opportunity to introduce themselves to the electric car teams of various universities and to exchange ideas with those interested. The “Case Analysis” and ölye Workshops an, which are planned to be realized during the event, aim to provide the participants with experiences that will bring different perspectives. In addition to this, the industrial 4.0 and IoT, which is one of the first concepts that come to mind with the development of electric vehicle technology in recent years, will be discussed from an intellectual point of view.
13 will open its doors to the participants in December, business people, academics, students and everyone interested in the sector under the same roof. The event, which is expected to take place over 1000 participants, will evaluate the potential of electric vehicles for the world and our country.
The current potential of electric land vehicles and their role in the future lives of the event, the use of the defense industry; many important topics such as autonomous vehicle technologies and rail systems will be discussed by the speakers from the leading companies of the sector such as TEHAD, Otokar, Borusan Otomotiv and Ford Otosan.
For more details about the Electric Vehicles Summit to be held on December 13, hosted by ITU Ayazaga Campus Suleyman Demirel Cultural Center, visit the electricalaraclarzirvesi.org website.