Dumarey lights up the future at VTM 2024: hydrogen a key player in sustainable mobility.

Dumarey lights up the future at VTM 2024: hydrogen a key player in sustainable mobility.

Turin, March 25, 2024 – The Dumarey Group, a global leader in technological innovation, lights up VTM 2024 with a vision: a hydrogen-powered future, where mobility becomes sustainable and with no compromises.
Participation in the conference is an important confirmation: the Dumarey Group is positioned as a leader in the green technology transition landscape.

Pierpaolo Antonioli, CTO Dumarey Group will speak during the plenary session dedicated to sustainable mobility. His speech will focus on the central theme of hydrogen as an enabler to the decarbonization of transportation.

Antonioli states, “We live in an ecosystem, we are not individual elements. Only together can we build a zero-emission future, piece by piece working on a credible and sustainable plan that does not privilege or exclude any technological solution but enables mobility without compromise.”

Dumarey at VTM 2024: hydrogen takes center stage.

At the Dumarey Group booth, hydrogen will take center stage with the Zero CO2 Hydrogen Engine: a 6.6-liter V8 engine powered by 100% hydrogen will be presented. This solution is a viable alternative for decarbonization, maintaining the efficiency and convenience of existing diesel engines while delivering zero carbon dioxide emissions.

In addition, Dumarey Softronix’s tailor-made solutions will be on display at the booth: from the flexible hydrogen engine control module (H2-ICE ECM) for PFI (Port Fuel Injection) and DI (Direct Injection) injection, to the vehicle control unit (VCU) designed for multiple applications. Both solutions are developed according to ISO26262 and AUTOSAR standards.

Finally, there will be no shortage of gasoline injection systems and exhaust aftertreatment components for diesel engines from Dumarey Flowmotion: with 37 years of experience, Dumarey will present state-of-the-art 500-bar Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) systems and components for AdBlue and hydrocarbon exhaust injection for light-duty and heavy-duty diesel engines.

The appointments

Gianmarco Boretto, director of Hardware Engineering & COO Hydrocells, will participate in a panel discussion entitled: “Hydrogen mobility: a reality or a dream?” The discussion will provide an overview of current hydrogen mobility activities and a realistic picture of the technology’s current state. The appointment is on March 26 at 4:40 p.m.

Francesco Reynaldi, head of the Supplier Management team will take part to the panel discussion on “Elevating Procurement Strategies: Navigating the Shift from Thermal to Alternative Fuel, Electric and Hybrid Vehicles – Insights from eighth ADACI Industry Observatory.” In this case, the appointment is on March 27 at 11 a.m.