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April 2022 Innovation Insights Webinar

Our monthly webinar series “Innovation Insights” continues, as IACMI Chief Commercialization Officer Dale Brosius moderates discussions on recent technology advancements that industry may not be fully aware of.

On Monday, April 18 at 12PM ET a one-hour series of presentations will be held from IACMI members and partners, where they will provide background on new technology, products, and the key advantages provided, as well as application examples.

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Presenters Include:

Adam Halsband
Managing Director
Forward Engineering North America

Title: Forward Engineering: Accelerating the Development of HV Battery Enclosures

Abstract: One of the most exciting challenges the industry faces as we transition to electrified powertrains is the protection and integration of high voltage energy storage systems within vehicle structures. From passenger cars and people movers through advanced Urban Air Mobility applications Forward Engineering has been leading the development of cost effective, capable solutions, which leverage the unique properties of polymer composites. Visibility to system level performance at a material sample (e.g.: plaque) level is critical to efficient and rapid new product development. In this short presentation, we will share insights on the development and deployment of a Thermal Runaway Material Screening program for HV Battery Enclosure applications.


Billy Wood
Program Manager, Braided Fabrics
A&P Technology, Inc.


Brandon Strohminger, Co-presenter
Application Engineer
A&P Technology, Inc.

Title: Braided Fabrics Enable Significant Cost Savings

Abstract: A&P Technology creates unique material solutions designing braided fabrics and sleevings that meet performance requirements, while significantly reducing material and manufacture costs. A&P will review braided fabric and sleeving offerings and benefits of each.


Dale Brosius
Chief Commercialization Officer and Interim CEO
IACMI – The Composites Institute

Title: A Retrospective: IACMI’s Greatest Hits, Volume 1

Abstract: As IACMI completes its seventh year of operations, we look back over some of the significant advancements and innovations, including a few you might have missed. From one-of-a-kind open access capabilities in the U.S., to advancing the state-of-the-art in composites materials, design, simulation, fabrication and testing, this will be a visual recap of IACMI achievements to date, and how IACMI is positioned for the future of composites.


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