USREA Members receive VIP Credentials at the Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo, Tampa.

Click on the link and USREA Members receive a free VIP badge when you attend the Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo 2017. With Member Discount badge,  you can gain access to the VIP area of the Expo, which entitles you to free food and beverages across the entire three days of the show. Enter your details and register to be given a unique barcode to receive special privileges at the Tampa show. You must sign in at the show to receive credentials.

Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo Florida - January 16 - 18, 2017 - West Hall, Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Florida
Covering vessels of all sizes, from workboats, pleasure craft and yachts to naval fleets and freight ships
Click here to register for your free VIP FastTrack code NOW
*Over 50 exhibits and 30 exclusive papers
Nothing but electric and hybrid marine propulsion technologies on show
www.electricandhybridmarineworldexpoflorida.com

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Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo Florida - January 16 - 18, 2017 - West Hall, Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Florida
What can’t be missed?
Covering vessels of all sizes, from workboats, pleasure craft and yachts to naval fleets and freight ships
Register for your free VIP
FastTrack code NOW
Speaker list:

Michael Hoyer, applications engineer – HBM Test and Measurement, USA
Advanced measurements and analysis of inverter-driven electrical motors

Phil Purcell, executive director, Marine Industries Association of South Florida, USA

Electric outboards and propulsion, battery capacity, connectivity and marketing challenges

Mr Will Ayers, chief electrical engineer – Elliott Bay Design Group, USA

Comparative payback of lithium-ion batteries for Pacific NW Ferries

Capt Todd Sims, global sales manager, hybrid systems – Torqeedo Inc, USA

Deep Blue Hybrid – propulsion and beyond

David Lokhorst, vice president engineering – Corvus Energy Inc., USA

Designing Safer and more Reliable Lithium-ion Based Energy Storage Systems

Chuck Barry, North American sales manager – Valence Technology, USA

Items to be considered when selecting lithium-ion batteries for commercial electric and hybrid

vessels

Mr Didier Jouffroy, Product manager – Saft, FRANCE

Saft Li-ion battery design and safety

Jim Koniers, senior mechanical engineer – DRS Technologies, USA

Simple (and not so simple) considerations when specifying your electric propulsion system

Peter Reindl, director of engineering USA – The Switch Controls & Converters, Inc., USA

Technology comparison – conventional synchronous generators and permanent magnet

generators in direct-driven shaft generator applications

LT Steven Lewis, staff engineer, electrical branch, USCG Marine Safety Center, USA

Regulatory Equivalency of US Flagged Inspected Vessels proposing the Use of Lithium-ion Batteries

Per Johannesen, general manager system design – Wärtsilä, FINLAND

Wärtsilä Hybrid

*Over 50 exhibits and almost 30 exclusive papers
Nothing but electric and hybrid marine propulsion technologies on show
www.electricandhybridmarineworldexpoflorida.com

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