STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, and Sanken Electric Co., Ltd (TSE: 6707), a leader in innovative technology specializing in semiconductor devices, power modules, and sensors, have collaborated to unleash the performance and practical advantages of intelligent power modules (IPM) in high-voltage, high-power equipment designs.
FPT Industrial further confirms its commitment to sustainability and research into alternative propulsion solutions for the on-road segment, taking part in LONGRUN, a European Union Horizon 2020 innovation programme. The LONGRUN acronym stands for the development of efficient and environmentally friendly LONG-distance poweRtrain for heavy dUty trucks aNd coaches.
The e-tron route planner is installed on all of Audi’s fully electric e-tron models. As standard equipment and part of the Audi connect services, it offers customers elementary route planning, which can be done before starting a trip, either using the myAudi app or the in-car navigation system. Once on the road, drivers can rely on always traveling the fastest of all possible routes, supported by the system ideally planning the required charging stops – whenever the destination is located outside of the car’s range. Using new algorithms, the extended e-tron route planner is geared to more effectively taking the unique characteristics of electric driving into account. Daily data updates and individual routes enhance everyday usability.
BorgWarner, a global leader in clean and efficient technologies for combustion, hybrid and electric vehicles, has developed an upgraded version of its S410 turbocharger for the Mercedes-Benz Novo Actros extra heavy truck.
Its “Summer Pro Days” having been met with success, the world leading automotive manufacturer NTN- SNR is relaunching its promotional campaign on its range of brake kits. Called “Autumn Pro Days,” these new flash sales will run from October 26th to 30th.
In the city of Solingen, they are playing a key role in the electrification of the entire bus fleet: battery trolleybuses with In Motion Charging (IMC®) technology from Kiepe Electric, a subsidiary of Knorr-Bremse, the global market leader for braking and other systems for rail and commercial vehicles.
Modern plastics often need to uphold extremely stringent standards. As a result, they generally contain a variety of additives: coloring agents, special stabilizers against heat, UV and weather, targeted reinforcing substances like fibers, or certain fillers.