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Klaus Graner - Electric Engines: Trends & Developments incl. Resulting Component Requirements and Technological Roadmap

Klaus Graner - Electric Engines: Trends & Developments incl. Resulting Component Requirements and Technological Roadmap

Klaus Graner, Managing Director, Liebherr-Components Biberach GmbH

Klaus Graner studied mechanical engineering at the TU Darmstadt. He began his career at Liebherr-Werk Biberach GmbH. After holding management positions at Kühne BSB and Komatsu Mining Germany, he returned to the Liebherr Group in 2005. Since 2009, he has been a member of the management board of Liebherr-Components Biberach and is today responsible for drive system technology.

Michael Arndt - Electric Construction Machinery: Economical, Enviromentally Friendly and Low-Emission in one

Michael Arndt - Electric Construction Machinery: Economical, Enviromentally Friendly and Low-Emission in one

Michael Arndt, Head of Product Development, Kramer-Werke GmbH

Michael Arndt is Head of Product Development at Kramer-Werke GmbH. After studying mechanical engineering, he worked in engine development for the automotive industry, for 8 years. Then, he was Director of Low Power Range at MTU-Friedrichshafen GmbH, for 11 years. Today, he is responsible for the development of wheel loaders and telehandlers at Kramer Werke GmbH.

Dr. Markus Schwaderlapp - Gas, Hydrogen, Regenerative Fuels, Hybrids & Electro: A Pluralist Drive Mix will lead to a CO²-free Future

Dr. Markus Schwaderlapp - Gas, Hydrogen, Regenerative Fuels, Hybrids & Electro: A Pluralist Drive Mix will lead to a CO²-free Future

Dr. Markus Schwaderlapp, Senior Vice President, DEUTZ AG

Dr. Markus Schwaderlapp has been Senior Vice President Research & Development at DEUTZ AG since January 2015, prior to which he held various positions at FEV GmbH in Aachen, most recently as Managing Director. He received his doctorate from RWTH Aachen University on the subject of "Development of low-emission combustion processes for natural gas engines".