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Bringing High-Performance into the Vehicle: Take Advantage of Everything That AUTOSAR Has to Offer with PREEvision 9.5

Modern electric/electronic systems combine the computing power needed for data-rich applications with the flexibility to improve and evolve during life time by updates and upgrades. PREEvision 9.5 helps you to develop such future-proof E/E systems based on high-performance computers and the AUTOSAR Adaptive platform. With PREEvision, you can easily integrate HPCs and AUTOSAR Adaptive into existing architectures.

Siemens News

Siemens supports sustainable urban transport with eBus charging infrastructure in Nuremberg

Siemens Smart Infrastructure has received a contract from Verkehrs- Aktiengesellschaft Nürnberg (VAG) to equip its new “eBus port” with a medium- voltage connection and charging infrastructure. With 39 parking spaces, it will be one of the largest electric bus depots in Germany. Located on the VAG premises in the Nuremberg suburb of Schweinau, it will be supplied solely with green electricity. Construction has already started, and operations are scheduled to start in 2021.


Eaton announces new Synflex Optimum thermoplastic hydraulic hoses and fittings designed to work together, enabling safe and effective fluid conveyance

The power management company Eaton today announced the launch of the Synflex Optimum family of thermoplastic hydraulic hoses and fittings, designed to work together to improve hydraulic system performance, simplify assembly and optimise inventory.


Bosch recharging services: key to more than 150,000 charge spots throughout Europe

Fuss-free recharging. In a nutshell, there is nothing drivers of electric cars want more. They want to quickly find a vacant charge spot, access it without the hassle of authorization and passwords, pay for the electricity without fuss, and make good use of the time it takes to recharge.

Infineon News

Danfoss secures capacities for electro-mobility chips at Infineon

In view of the long-term growing market demand for power semiconductors for electric cars, Danfoss A/S and Infineon Technologies AG have signed a multi-year volume agreement. Infineon will supply chipsets of IGBTs and diodes to the Danfoss Silicon Power business unit. The chips are mainly used in power modules for inverters that control the motors in electric vehicles.

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