The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) is probably the world’s most important association for engines and powertrains. At this year’s international conference of the association in Kyoto, Japan, Daniel Koch, who was in charge of the construction of the first prototype engine, represented KEYOU with a technical lecture on the hydrogen combustion engine. The title of the lecture was: “H2-Engine Operation with EGR Achieving High Power and High Efficiency Emission-Free Combustion”, which was approved in advance by a strict scientific testing procedure and published in long form as a scientific SAE article beforehand.
International high-ranking participants from research and development in engine construction found themselves in the audience, including representatives of Nissan, Honda, Mitsubishi, Toyota, FEV, AVL, RWTH Aachen or TU Munich. The future of mobility will be emission-free – this was a central theme of the conference, at which passionate expert discussions were held on the topic of sustainable solutions for the combustion engine. However, with its own technology approach in connection with the emission-free hydrogen engine, KEYOU is ideally equipped for the future. The excursion to Japan was complemented by further discussions with potential partners & customers, which could be visited on site after the event.