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BPI’s HT Chang to Chair Technical Session During 37th Annual Brake Colloquium & Exhibition

The panel session is titled, “Additional Testing/Validation Considerations with Re-gen Braking.”

International Brake Colloquium & Exhibition
HT Chang, vice president of product development, engineering, research and development, and quality for Brake Parts Inc

Brake Parts Inc (BPI) announced that HT Chang, vice president of product development, engineering, research and development, and quality, is hosting a technical panel discussion session during the 37th annual SAE International Brake Colloquium & Exhibition taking place in Orlando, Florida, from Sept. 22-25, 2019.

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The panel session titled, “Additional Testing/Validation Considerations with Re-gen Braking,” will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 10:20 a.m. EST. In addition to the session co-chair, Carlos Agudelo, Link Engineering Co., panelists from industry experts will include Daniel S. Berletchick, Rayloc Inc.; Saikiran Divakaruni, ZF Friedrichshafen AG; Pietro Durando, ITT Friction Technologies; Ryutaro Misumi, Toyota Motor Corp. and Matthew Robere, General Motors.

This panel will have a broad discussion surrounding the electrification, system differential with re-gen braking, help the brake system/components suppliers to align testing specs with market needs and further identify the technical areas to focus on. Each panelist will share his vision with the industry and provide insight into numerous technical challenges the brake industry needs to focus on.

In the last few years, significant and rapid advancements towards improved safety and electric/automated vehicles are quickly transforming brake development. The annual Brake Colloquium remains the preeminent gathering of brake professionals in North America to bring these advancements into focus.

The SAE Brake Colloquium provides the brake industry a platform to examine government regulation, friction materials, noise abatement and improvement of brake performance. It also provides a national stage to present new technology and network with 800-plus braking experts.


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