New device keeps batteries and HVAC systems running quiet and cool. Allegro MicroSystems, a global leader in power and sensing solutions for motion control and energy efficient systems, is expanding its QuietMotion product line with the introduction of the new A89307 automotive-qualified gate driver integrated circuit (IC).
This disruptive patented solution has been designed to increase power density (decreasing power magnetic required volume), combining 2 or 3 components in 1 (saving magnetic cores) and reducing weight by 50%. A true cost-effective solution highly demanded by the automotive sector.
Infineon Technologies AG (FSE: IFX / OTCQX: IFNNY) launches its first automotive current sensor: the new XENSIV TLE4972. The coreless current sensor uses Infineon’s well-proven Hall technology for precise and stable current measurements.
Road planners, traffic regulation enforcement authorities and police are now able to take advantage of AI technology to identify the make, model and colour of vehicles, as well as recognise car number plates.
ABB’s digital e-mobility venture, PANION, and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are launching the test phase of their first jointly developed, cloud-based solution, ‘PANION EV Charge Planning’. Designed for the real-time management of electric vehicle (EV) fleets and charging infrastructure, the solution makes it easier for operators to monitor energy usage and schedule charging across their fleets.
SAIC Motor Overseas Intelligent Mobility Technology Co. (SOIMT), Ltd, the overseas entity of China’s largest automaker, has selected HERE Technologies, the leading location data and technology platform, to power the connected In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) systems of MG cars in Thailand, Oceania and Europe.
The new controller allows machine manufacturers to integrate autonomous operator assistance, increasing machine productivity, precision and safety using the preprogramed PLUS+1® Autonomous Control Library.
BorgWarner is boosting its leadership position in commercial vehicle electrification with a German OEM’s selection of its HVH250 (High Voltage Hairpin) electric motors to power a heavy-duty truck model. Trucks are targeted to be equipped with two HVH motors per axle, each with industry-leading peak power of 175 kW and 425 Nm of torque at 350 volts.
Overcoming challenges related to EV connector compatibility. We don’t need to worry about compatibility when it comes to most electrical devices because we use standardised connectors and a nationwide standard mains voltage.