Electric Vehicle : Motor and Battery Technology


The automotive industry is evolving rapidly, vehicles have become more autonomous & technically advanced that they are capable of higher performance, easy to optimize fuel efficiency and zero emission to prevent environment. With the help of Government initiatives and Industrial revolution the electric vehicles will become safer, economical, easy to repair and handle.

The expertise in assembly, design, battery chemistry, electric motors and advanced computer systems is becoming highly valued. The boom in EV has opened opportunities for automobile industry, entrepreneurs, R&D, employability and higher education.

Autobot India’s mission is to promote the e-Mobility across different communities worldwide. “Passion-to-Build” is a flagship certification training program of Autobot India, initiated towards promoting practical learning (Design-to-Build). The aim of program is to offer customized or standalone training programs (on-site) to the young engineers enhancing their industrial skills and value to the participants.

Autobot India provide workshop/training programs for Electric Vehicle Design and Development (2 wheeler/ 3 wheeler/ 4 wheeler), Energy Storage System, Powertrain and Battery, Vehicle Design and Development, International Automotive design.

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Trainers Profile


Topics to be covered:

  • Awareness and recent trends about Electric Vehicle
  • Architecture of Electric Vehicle Drivetrain
  • Fundamentals of EV Powertrain and case study (Motor, Controller, Battery)
  • Battery Management Systems and case study


Learning Outcome:

  • About the architecture of electric vehicle drive train
  • About electric vehicle components and their working principle.
  • About latest trends in electric vehicle industry
  • To apply fundamentals of electric vehicle engineering in their upcoming projects



Motor Design & Selection Methodology

  • Electric vehicle configuration
  • EV architecture based on power source configuration
  • Single and multi motor drives
  • In wheel drives (Axial Flux Motors)
  • Classification of motors
  • Fundamentals of motor components & its functioning
  • Selection methodology of motor
  • Practical Demonstration of motor components
  • Case study 

Electric vehicle motor design and selection methodology 

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Energy Storage Design & EMI/EMC

  • Fundamentals of battery classification and architecture
  • Practical demonstration on battery cells
  • Basic functions of BMS
  • Active and passive BMS
  • State of charge (SOC) and coulomb counting
  • Case Studies
  • Basics of EMI
  • EMI for automotive wiring
  • EMI for Printed circuit boards
  • Components used to avoid EMI rejection.

Basic functions of BMS, Active and passive BMS, State of charge (SOC) and coulomb counting, Basics of EMI, EMI for automotive wiring, EMI for Printed circuit boards, Components used to ...

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Motor Controller & Architecture


  • Introduction to motor controllers
  • Basics of micro controllers and micro processors
  • Peripherals connected to motor controller
  • Practical demonstration of controller
  • Overall power-train architecture

Fundamentals of battery classification and architecture, Practical demonstration on battery cells, Introduction to motor controllers, Basics of micro controllers and micro processors, Peripherals connected to motor controller, Practical demonstration of ...

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Who may attend?

  • EV concept developing OEM's professionals or Manufacturing Entrepreneurs
  • Working professionals for battery pack development, EV assembly, EV drivetrain engineer, motor design engineer
  • Engineer Trainees, Quality Engineers, Supervisors, Mfg. Head, Managers




All the participants will be given “Certificate of Participation issued by “Autobot Engineers India Pvt. Ltd.”


Contact Details:

Mr. Aum Akhilesh

Phone: +91-9582390001

Email: info@autobotindia.com; training@autobotindia.com












Pune ,Chennai ,ABI Training Center - MIDC Pimpri, Pune ,



Training Date:

18th April to 20st April 2019


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