Efficiency of Mobile Machines and their Applications

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A Contribution to the Reduction of GHG
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Scientific lead: Institute of Mobile Machines and
Commercial Vehicles
Organisation: ITS Niedersachsen
Stadthalle Braunschweig
Congress Hall
Leonhardtplatz 1
38102 Braunschweig
ZUCKER – Restaurant
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• Ulrich Adam – CEMA, Brüssel
• August Altherr – John Deere, Kaiserslautern
• Reiner Brunsch – Institute for Agricultural Engineering,
Potsdam-Bornim
• Wolfgang Burget – Liebherr, Kirchdorf
• Ludger Frerichs – Institute of Mobile Machines and
Commercial Vehicles, Braunschweig
• Marcus Geimer – Institute of Vehicle System Technology,
Karlsruhe
• Günter Hähn – Wirtgen, Windhagen
• Eberhard Nacke – CLAAS, Harsewinkel
• Belén Bravo – CECE, Brüssel
• David Tinker – EurAgEng, Bedford
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For further information:
Andreas Redeker
Phone: +49 531 35406-73
E-Mail: andreas.redeker@its-nds.de
Website: www.tu-braunschweig.de/imn/emma
Symposium at the
Institute of Mobile Machines and
Commercial Vehicles
10th/ 11th March 2015, Braunschweig
Efficiency of Mobile Machines and their Applications – A Contribution to the Reduction of GHG
10th/ 11th March 2015
Introduction
Programme
The latest EU climate targets for the year 2030, 40 % reduction of CO2 emissions relating to 1990, might be achievable
but only under great efforts of all those involved. Manufacturers of mobile machines want to and must make their contribution. But the market of mobile machines is characterized
by a wide diversity and the application on construction, agriculture and municipal sites etc. varies even more. Against this
background the Braunschweig Symposium in March 2015
aims to establish a forum for an international and all-sector
exchange about efforts and opportunities to increase efficiency of machines and processes. The Symposium will point out
in particular the role of the agricultural and construction machinery in context of the EU climate targets, what measures
will contribute to a reduction of CO2 emissions and how this
may be evidenced. Intelligent solutions for the technology as
well as for any regulatory demands are required due to the
diversity and complexity. Since single CO2 limits are not reasonable, the manufacturers are going to prepare solutions for
a voluntary commitment. First conceptual solutions are elaborated for this purpose and will be presented at the Symposium.
Tuesday, 10th March 2015
Venue: ZUCKER – Restaurant in der Raffinerie
The international Symposium „Efficiency of Mobile Machines
and their Applications“ will offer the chance to discuss demands and approaches for one of the most significant future
topics. Increasing efficiency means to improve the productivity, the consumption of resources as well as the emission of
greenhouse gases. Hence this is the key for smart handling of
regulatory demands, for improving the public acceptance of
manufacturers and users and not at least for business success.
Welcome to Braunschweig, have a successful Symposium.
Prof. Dr. Ludger Frerichs
18:00 Evening reception
Dinner speech
Improvement in efficiency of thinking processes
Prof. Martin Korte (TU Braunschweig)
Dinner
Wednesday, 11th March 2015
Venue: Stadthalle Braunschweig – Congress Hall
Session I: Background to the topic (Ludger Frerichs)
08:30 Opening remarks
Prof. Ludger Frerichs (TU Braunschweig)
08:45 The global context of GHG-emissions and
climate change
Dr. Benjamin Leon Bodirsky (Potsdam Institute for
Climate Impact Research)
09:15 Approach to reducing GHG in agriculture
Dr. Annette Freibauer (Thünen Institute)
09:45 Energy- and carbon management in the building
sector
Dr. Peter Krammer (STRABAG)
10:15 Coffee break
11:45 Efficiency potentials of ICT in agriculture
Dipl.-Wirt.-Inf. (FH) Jan Horstmann
(Maschinenfabrik Bernard Krone GmbH)
12:15 Lunch break
Session III: Achievements and potentials (August Altherr)
13:15 Sustainable energy storages for mobile machines
Prof. Marcus Geimer (Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology)
13:45 What prevents us from using more efficient
technology?
Prof. Reiner Brunsch (ATB Potsdam)
14:15 Coffee break
Session IV: The smart way forward (Wolfgang Burget)
14:30 CO2-quantification of agricultural machinery
M.Sc. Beate Fleck (CLAAS KGaA mbH),
M.Sc. Steffen Hanke (TU Braunschweig)
15:00 CO2-quantification of mobile machines on
construction sites
Dipl.-Ing. Isabelle Ays (Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology)
15:30 We need smart regulation for mobile machines
Dr. Ulrich Adam (CEMA Brussels)
16:00 Discussion
Prof. Ludger Frerichs (TU Braunschweig)
16:30 Coffee to go
Session II: Achievements and potentials (Marcus Geimer)
10:45 Potential improvements in efficiency - viewpoint of
construction and road building machinery
manufacturers
Dr. Wolfgang Burget (Liebherr-EMtec GmbH),
Dr. Martin Göbel (Wirtgen GmbH)
11:30 The scope of efficiency improvement in the
agricultural machinery industry
Dr. Eberhard Nacke (CLAAS KGaA mbH)
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