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DENSO to put electrification systems centre stage at Autoinform Live 2018 Glasgow
16 March 2018 | Article
DENSO will be getting technical at Autoinform Live Glasgow, with an in-depth presentation to help mechanics work on Rotating Electrics, Idle-Stop Systems (ISS) technology and Hybrid componentry.
DENSO will be sharing its expertise at the upcoming Autoinform Live Glasgow, providing visitors with comprehensive insights on rotating electrics, ISS and hybrid componentry.
To respond to fuel economy and exhaust gas emissions regulations of various countries, there has been an increase in the number of vehicles equipped with electrification systems and products, including vehicles with idle-stop systems (ISS) as well as hybrid, electric, and fuel-cell vehicles. It is therefore a commitment for DENSO to respond to the increasing electrification of the automotive industry.
As the world’s largest OE rotating machine manufacturer, DENSO is the industry’s foremost expert in advanced rotating components and will be presenting a technical illustration of the latest developments on the market, paying particular attention to ISS technology.
In recent years, the technology has become a mainstay of the aftermarket. Not only are ISS engines able to provide a faster engine restart time, improved performance and driving experience, but their ability to lower emissions has proven invaluable to manufacturers across the world.
Alongside hybrid componentry, the advances in ISS technology have given even the most experienced mechanics a challenge, and DENSO’s training presentation will aim to fill any gaps in knowledge and help workshops and installers make the most of these advanced low-emission technologies.
Fatiha Laauich, Marketing Communications Manager for DENSO Sales UK, commented: “Changes in technology present an opportunity for our customers to upskill and evolve, and we recognise that, as a supplier, we play a part in supporting that process.
“Rotating and Hybrid technology has been advancing at a staggering rate, and while that’s presented technicians with some challenges, knowledge from our technical team will help workshops make the most of the modern car parc.”
Autoinform Live will take place in Glasgow on the 14th and 15th April and is open to attendance from all garages and workshops. All seminars are hosted by aftermarket suppliers with declared OE quality and OESAA approved products in their range.
To register your interest for the training weekend and purchase tickets, you can visit Autoinform’s website at: http://www.autoinform.co.uk/autoinform-live-2018/.Back to the overview