Claudio Vittori

Associate Manager | Supply Chain & Technology Group | E-Mobility Components Research S&P Global Mobility

Claudio Vittori is an Associate Manager, Supply Chain & Technology Group and E-Mobility Components Research at S&P Global Mobility since March 2022. He was the Senior Analyst at IHS Markit, working within the Automotive division and focusing on supply chain analysis and components technology assessments. His research interests lie in Electric Vehicle components and charging infrastructure. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Claudio has worked, in the last nine years, on some of the largest European electric vehicle projects in Switzerland, Germany and Italy with tasks ranging from researching, project management, consultancy and business planning. His expertise also includes a work experience in an international electric vehicle start-up.


Full Agenda Sessions

Technology and Global Supply Chain: Trends for Driveline Components on Hybrid and Fully Electric Vehicles

  • As the growth of electrification technology intensifies globally, we will explore driveline technology in all forms of hybrid electric vehicles based on IHS Markit's global light duty automotive research.
  • Analyse technical trends of electric motors based on the vehicle's PX definition, attempting to look into technical specifications such as type of motor, it's function, location, integration level amongst other technical features
  • Explore the cooling methods associated with these electric motors and systems
  • Look at how traditional driveline technology such as power transfer units will continue to play their role in the global market

Tuesday 10 May 11:30 - 12:00 Room 1

Add to calendar 05/10/2022 11:30 05/10/2022 12:00 Technology and Global Supply Chain: Trends for Driveline Components on Hybrid and Fully Electric Vehicles
  • As the growth of electrification technology intensifies globally, we will explore driveline technology in all forms of hybrid electric vehicles based on IHS Markit's global light duty automotive research.
  • Analyse technical trends of electric motors based on the vehicle's PX definition, attempting to look into technical specifications such as type of motor, it's function, location, integration level amongst other technical features
  • Explore the cooling methods associated with these electric motors and systems
  • Look at how traditional driveline technology such as power transfer units will continue to play their role in the global market
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure of the Decade Ahead

  • Global outlook of electric vehicles 
  • Consumer perspectives on electric vehicle adoption and perceived bottlenecks 
  • Vehicle-side charging technology forecasts 
  • Infrastructure-side forecast of station deployment

Wednesday 11 May 15:30 - 16:00 Room 1

Add to calendar 05/11/2022 15:30 05/11/2022 16:00 Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure of the Decade Ahead
  • Global outlook of electric vehicles 
  • Consumer perspectives on electric vehicle adoption and perceived bottlenecks 
  • Vehicle-side charging technology forecasts 
  • Infrastructure-side forecast of station deployment
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage

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