Call for Presentations

Motor and Drive Systems 2022 is currently accepting presentation and panel abstracts. Being held February 8-9, 2022 in Orlando, the event will explore the important topics impacting motor and drive systems and the applications they serve including design consideration, emerging technologies, intelligent motion control systems, energy efficiency, safety issues, power modules, simulation and testing.

Applications include, but not limited to industrial, robotics, energy storage/solar, appliances, UVA, and automotive.

 

The conference provides an excellent forum for speakers to discuss case studies, ROI, market conditions and end-user requirements that are driving innovation, capabilities and features, application trends and performance improvements.
 

Attendees include top executives, technical managers and engineering professionals from original equipment manufacturers, system developers and integrators, dealers and component providers.

 

Speaking slots are not tied to sponsorships and speakers receive a complimentary pass to the conference, as well as to MAGNETICS 2022.

Abstracts are now being reviewed on a first-come basis.

 

Topics Include But Not Limited To:

Motors

All Motor Types Considering All Supply Modes and Movements:

  • AC (Induction, Permanent Magnet, Synchronous Electrically Excited, Synchronous Reluctance),

  • DC (Permanent Magnet, Electrically Excited),

  • Switched Reluctance

  • Rotational and linear movement

  • Radial and axial magnetic field


All Aspects in Motor Performance:

  • Design Analysis and Optimization

  • Fault and Diagnosis

  • Magnetic Materials

  • Losses and Heat Extraction Systems

  • OEM/End User Study Cases

  • Technology Comparison

Industry Trends

  • State of the Industry

  • Market Trends, Pricing, Funding, Policies

  • Energy Efficiency

  • Smart Manufacturing/ Industry 4.0

  • Research Programs

  • Regulatory and Safety Issues

  • Standards and Programs

Electronics

  • Sensors & Encoders

  • Building Smart Motion Control Systems

  • Advancements in Connectivity, Interfaces, Network Security and Safety

  • IIOT/Cloud Control

  • IC’s and Power Electronics

Drive Systems

All Drive Systems Including: DC Motor, Eddy Current, AC Motor

  • Retrofitting

  • Harmonic Mitigation

  • OEM/End User Case Studies - Robotics and Automation

  • Pairing Motor & Drive Systems – Problems and Solutions

  • Renewable Energy Conversion, Grid-tied Inverters, Solar and Wind Power Generation

  • Servo Systems and Robotics

Test and Simulation

  • Power Quality & Analytics

  • Software

  • Condition Monitoring

  • Testing Standards and Programs

EMCW

  • Coil Manufacturing, Winding and Assemblies

  • Motor Balancing

  • Product Quality and Test Equipment

  • Armature and Stator Manufacturing

  • Magnetic Components, Laminations, Ferrites

  • Supply Chain

  • Transformers

  • Electric Motors & e-Mobility

  • Insulation Materials

Types of Presentations

• Market/Industry Trends: Overviews, projections and forecasts for changes in core technologies, including new platforms, new industry applications and new methods of implementing solutions.

  • Research & Development: Updates on projects from government labs or universities.

  • Panel Discussions: Industry and thought leaders discussing and debating a range of industry and technology topics.

  • Industry Applications: Case studies of recent applications of motor and drive systems, including energy efficiency, ROI.

    Possible industries include:

  • Transportation (Auto/EV, Aerospace, Railway, Marine)

  • Manufacturing and Industrial Operations

  • Robotics

  • Automation

  • UAV/Drones

  • Aviation/Space

  • Energy Storage/Solar

Submitting a Proposal

The basis of the proposal or the presentation may not be the promotion or marketing of a product. Send your proposal in the body of your email letter and include supporting material and complete presentations as attachments. **All submission guidelines must be included for abstract consideration.

 

Submit to Shannon Given.

The Speaking Proposal should include:

  • A title for the presentation

  • A summary of the presentation content (200 words) and should include: important take-aways/benefits of attendings, why this presentation is timely, target audience.

  • Presenter(s) biography and high-resolution head-shot

  • Contact information: name, title, company, address, phone, email address and website

  • Desired Speaking Track