Regulations are driving change. Today's diesel engines are more efficient than ever, but significant improvements will be required to achieve the stringent 2024 and 2027 emissions regulations.

Join industry experts from Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) and Eaton as they discuss the strategies needed to meet the imminent 2027 emissions regulations. Learn how advanced valvetrain solution, Cylinder Deactivation (CDA), is a key for commercial vehicle diesel applications to reduce emissions and save fuel.


Dr. Rasto Brezny, Executive Director, Manufacturers of Emission Controls Association
Chris Sharp, Institute Engineer, Southwest Research Institute
Gary Neely, Principal Engineer, Southwest Research Institute
Dr. James McCarthy, Jr., Chief Engineer, Eaton Vehicle Group

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