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Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 19, 2020
Global Initiative for Electric-Truck Charging Infrastructure

Global Initiative for Electric-Truck Charging Infrastructure

The E-Mobility Group of Daimler Trucks & Buses is now launching a worldwide initiative to establish a charging infrastructure for battery-electric trucks. The initial focus is on charging stations installed at the depots of truck customers.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 19, 2020
Webinar Thurs 27 Feb 2020 - Electric Trucks: An Impending Revolution?

Webinar Thurs 27 Feb 2020 - Electric Trucks: An Impending Revolution?

IDTechEx will be hosting a free webinar on Thursday 27 February 2020 titled Electric Trucks: An Impending Revolution?
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 18, 2020
Holden Retires Car Brand Across Australia, and New Zealand

Holden Retires Car Brand Across Australia, and New Zealand

The Holden brand will be retired from sales in Australia and New Zealand and local design and engineering operations will wind down by 2021, General Motors has announced. Maven and Holden Financial Services operations will also wind down in Australia.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 17, 2020
Irizar E-Mobility to Supply Zero Emission Buses to the City of Genoa

Irizar E-Mobility to Supply Zero Emission Buses to the City of Genoa

AMT Genoa has placed its trust in Irizar e-mobility for the renewal of its fleet and has acquired 14 Irizar ie bus 10.8m long 100% electric zero‑emissions buses and their charging facilities.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 17, 2020
Alpiq and Mercedes-Benz Energy to Make Batteries for Industrial Use

Alpiq and Mercedes-Benz Energy to Make Batteries for Industrial Use

Alpiq and Mercedes-Benz Energy GmbH have concluded a delivery agreement addressing the stationary use of electric car batteries. To achieve their objective of using resources sustainably and increasing the economic efficiency of electric mobility, Alpiq and Mercedes-Benz Energy are teaming up to make batteries available for industrial use.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 17, 2020
Teaching Tomorrow's Automobiles to Hear

Teaching Tomorrow's Automobiles to Hear

Modern cars already feature a range of sophisticated systems such as remote-controlled parking, automatic lane-departure warning and drowsiness recognition. In the future, self-driving cars will also have auditory capabilities. Researchers have now developed a prototype system capable of recognizing external noises such as sirens.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Triboelectric Energy Harvesting and Sensing

Triboelectric Energy Harvesting and Sensing

Unwanted static accumulation leads to hazards such as lightning, ignition, dust explosions, dielectric breakdown, electronic damage, and unpleasant shock on touching things. Deliberate creation of static charge leading to spark discharge was long ago achieved by the Wimshurst machine and Van der Graaf generator and party tricks such as rubbing a balloon on your clothing to make it adhere. None of these were useful beyond research and entertainment.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 14, 2020
Off-Road Vehicle Makers Electrify to Become as Large as Car Companies

Off-Road Vehicle Makers Electrify to Become as Large as Car Companies

Vehicles for construction, agriculture and mining CAM have become one industry served by giants such as Caterpillar, CNH Industrial, John Deere and Komatsu but also small businesses making the new requirements such as drone systems and weeding and mine survey robots.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 14, 2020
Die Attach Materials in Electric Vehicles: How Will the Market Grow

Die Attach Materials in Electric Vehicles: How Will the Market Grow

The rise of electric vehicles is creating many new material opportunities. One such material class is the die attach material used in power electronics.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 14, 2020
World's Largest Electrified Mining Truck

World's Largest Electrified Mining Truck

Anglo American, has engaged Williams Advanced Engineering to develop its new Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle: an ultra-class electrically powered mining haul truck, which is set to be the world's largest hydrogen powered mine truck.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 14, 2020
Electric Vehicle Materials - Act Now Or Miss The Opportunity!

Electric Vehicle Materials - Act Now Or Miss The Opportunity!

Since their accelerated growth began in 2015, 2019 saw two of the top three regions selling electric cars plateau as a short-term transition from 'carrot' to 'stick' unfolds. In China, serious subsidy phase-outs, amid relaxing of internal combustion engine bans (to stimulate overall car sales), are to blame. Similarly, growth in the US has been underpinned by Tesla, whose tax credits were slashed mid-year as quotas were reached.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 13, 2020
First Autonomous Vehicle Exemption for Nuro

First Autonomous Vehicle Exemption for Nuro

The US Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration approved a regulatory exemption for R2, Nuro's second-generation vehicle. As the first company to be granted approval for a self-driving vehicle exemption, it's an important moment for Nuro and a milestone for the industry.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 12, 2020
Hyundai to Build Electric Vehicles with Canoo

Hyundai to Build Electric Vehicles with Canoo

The companies will jointly develop an all-electric platform based on Canoo's fully scalable, proprietary skateboard design for upcoming Hyundai and Kia EVs and PBVs.
External Company Press Release
Norway Best Country in Europe for an EV Road Trip

Norway Best Country in Europe for an EV Road Trip

New research by carwow has revealed the best places in Europe for an electric vehicle road trip with Norway taking the top spot and the UK ranked 6th out of 27 countries.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 11, 2020
World-First Trial of Self-Flying Air Taxi in New Zealand

World-First Trial of Self-Flying Air Taxi in New Zealand

The New Zealand Government has signed a memorandum of understanding with urban air mobility company Wisk (the new trading name of Zephyr Airworks) to support a world-first passenger transport trial of the company's all-electric, self-flying air taxi 'Cora' in Canterbury.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 11, 2020
Eliminating Cobalt Metal in Lithium-Ion Batteries

Eliminating Cobalt Metal in Lithium-Ion Batteries

Energy storage startup SPARKZ Inc has exclusively licensed five battery technologies from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory designed to eliminate cobalt metal in lithium-ion batteries. The advancement is aimed at accelerating the production of electric vehicles and energy storage solutions for the power grid.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 10, 2020
Solid-State Automotive Lidar: Commercializing Photonic Beam Steering?

Solid-State Automotive Lidar: Commercializing Photonic Beam Steering?

What does it take to commercialize photonic beam steering?
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 10, 2020
Toyota Develops Fuel Cell System for Maritime Applications

Toyota Develops Fuel Cell System for Maritime Applications

Former racing catamaran turned ship of the future, Energy Observer has made waves as it has been navigating its six-year odyssey around the world as the first energy-autonomous hydrogen vessel. Toyota, official partner of Energy Observer and an avid supporter of their project from the start, announced that it has developed a fuel cell system for maritime applications, with its first delivery destined for Energy Observer.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 7, 2020
IDTechEx Attends Autosens: Latest Trends in Automotive Lidars

IDTechEx Attends Autosens: Latest Trends in Automotive Lidars

IDTechEx attended AutoSens 2019, the event took place at the car museum in Brussels. This event is focused on all future vehicle perception technologies, including lidar, radar, and camera. In this article, we summarized key learnings around lidar technologies.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 7, 2020
UK Brings Forward End to Sale of New Petrol, Diesel Vehicles to 2035

UK Brings Forward End to Sale of New Petrol, Diesel Vehicles to 2035

UK is bringing forward end to the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles to 2035, and including hybrids for the first time.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 19, 2020
Global Initiative for Electric-Truck Charging Infrastructure

Global Initiative for Electric-Truck Charging Infrastructure

The E-Mobility Group of Daimler Trucks & Buses is now launching a worldwide initiative to establish a charging infrastructure for battery-electric trucks. The initial focus is on charging stations installed at the depots of truck customers.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 18, 2020
Holden Retires Car Brand Across Australia, and New Zealand

Holden Retires Car Brand Across Australia, and New Zealand

The Holden brand will be retired from sales in Australia and New Zealand and local design and engineering operations will wind down by 2021, General Motors has announced. Maven and Holden Financial Services operations will also wind down in Australia.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 17, 2020
Alpiq and Mercedes-Benz Energy to Make Batteries for Industrial Use

Alpiq and Mercedes-Benz Energy to Make Batteries for Industrial Use

Alpiq and Mercedes-Benz Energy GmbH have concluded a delivery agreement addressing the stationary use of electric car batteries. To achieve their objective of using resources sustainably and increasing the economic efficiency of electric mobility, Alpiq and Mercedes-Benz Energy are teaming up to make batteries available for industrial use.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Triboelectric Energy Harvesting and Sensing

Triboelectric Energy Harvesting and Sensing

Unwanted static accumulation leads to hazards such as lightning, ignition, dust explosions, dielectric breakdown, electronic damage, and unpleasant shock on touching things. Deliberate creation of static charge leading to spark discharge was long ago achieved by the Wimshurst machine and Van der Graaf generator and party tricks such as rubbing a balloon on your clothing to make it adhere. None of these were useful beyond research and entertainment.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 14, 2020
Die Attach Materials in Electric Vehicles: How Will the Market Grow

Die Attach Materials in Electric Vehicles: How Will the Market Grow

The rise of electric vehicles is creating many new material opportunities. One such material class is the die attach material used in power electronics.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 14, 2020
Electric Vehicle Materials - Act Now Or Miss The Opportunity!

Electric Vehicle Materials - Act Now Or Miss The Opportunity!

Since their accelerated growth began in 2015, 2019 saw two of the top three regions selling electric cars plateau as a short-term transition from 'carrot' to 'stick' unfolds. In China, serious subsidy phase-outs, amid relaxing of internal combustion engine bans (to stimulate overall car sales), are to blame. Similarly, growth in the US has been underpinned by Tesla, whose tax credits were slashed mid-year as quotas were reached.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 12, 2020
Hyundai to Build Electric Vehicles with Canoo

Hyundai to Build Electric Vehicles with Canoo

The companies will jointly develop an all-electric platform based on Canoo's fully scalable, proprietary skateboard design for upcoming Hyundai and Kia EVs and PBVs.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 11, 2020
World-First Trial of Self-Flying Air Taxi in New Zealand

World-First Trial of Self-Flying Air Taxi in New Zealand

The New Zealand Government has signed a memorandum of understanding with urban air mobility company Wisk (the new trading name of Zephyr Airworks) to support a world-first passenger transport trial of the company's all-electric, self-flying air taxi 'Cora' in Canterbury.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 10, 2020
Solid-State Automotive Lidar: Commercializing Photonic Beam Steering?

Solid-State Automotive Lidar: Commercializing Photonic Beam Steering?

What does it take to commercialize photonic beam steering?
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 7, 2020
IDTechEx Attends Autosens: Latest Trends in Automotive Lidars

IDTechEx Attends Autosens: Latest Trends in Automotive Lidars

IDTechEx attended AutoSens 2019, the event took place at the car museum in Brussels. This event is focused on all future vehicle perception technologies, including lidar, radar, and camera. In this article, we summarized key learnings around lidar technologies.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 19, 2020
Webinar Thurs 27 Feb 2020 - Electric Trucks: An Impending Revolution?

Webinar Thurs 27 Feb 2020 - Electric Trucks: An Impending Revolution?

IDTechEx will be hosting a free webinar on Thursday 27 February 2020 titled Electric Trucks: An Impending Revolution?
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 17, 2020
Irizar E-Mobility to Supply Zero Emission Buses to the City of Genoa

Irizar E-Mobility to Supply Zero Emission Buses to the City of Genoa

AMT Genoa has placed its trust in Irizar e-mobility for the renewal of its fleet and has acquired 14 Irizar ie bus 10.8m long 100% electric zero‑emissions buses and their charging facilities.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 17, 2020
Teaching Tomorrow's Automobiles to Hear

Teaching Tomorrow's Automobiles to Hear

Modern cars already feature a range of sophisticated systems such as remote-controlled parking, automatic lane-departure warning and drowsiness recognition. In the future, self-driving cars will also have auditory capabilities. Researchers have now developed a prototype system capable of recognizing external noises such as sirens.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 14, 2020
Off-Road Vehicle Makers Electrify to Become as Large as Car Companies

Off-Road Vehicle Makers Electrify to Become as Large as Car Companies

Vehicles for construction, agriculture and mining CAM have become one industry served by giants such as Caterpillar, CNH Industrial, John Deere and Komatsu but also small businesses making the new requirements such as drone systems and weeding and mine survey robots.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 14, 2020
World's Largest Electrified Mining Truck

World's Largest Electrified Mining Truck

Anglo American, has engaged Williams Advanced Engineering to develop its new Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle: an ultra-class electrically powered mining haul truck, which is set to be the world's largest hydrogen powered mine truck.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 13, 2020
First Autonomous Vehicle Exemption for Nuro

First Autonomous Vehicle Exemption for Nuro

The US Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration approved a regulatory exemption for R2, Nuro's second-generation vehicle. As the first company to be granted approval for a self-driving vehicle exemption, it's an important moment for Nuro and a milestone for the industry.
External Company Press Release
Norway Best Country in Europe for an EV Road Trip

Norway Best Country in Europe for an EV Road Trip

New research by carwow has revealed the best places in Europe for an electric vehicle road trip with Norway taking the top spot and the UK ranked 6th out of 27 countries.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 11, 2020
Eliminating Cobalt Metal in Lithium-Ion Batteries

Eliminating Cobalt Metal in Lithium-Ion Batteries

Energy storage startup SPARKZ Inc has exclusively licensed five battery technologies from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory designed to eliminate cobalt metal in lithium-ion batteries. The advancement is aimed at accelerating the production of electric vehicles and energy storage solutions for the power grid.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 10, 2020
Toyota Develops Fuel Cell System for Maritime Applications

Toyota Develops Fuel Cell System for Maritime Applications

Former racing catamaran turned ship of the future, Energy Observer has made waves as it has been navigating its six-year odyssey around the world as the first energy-autonomous hydrogen vessel. Toyota, official partner of Energy Observer and an avid supporter of their project from the start, announced that it has developed a fuel cell system for maritime applications, with its first delivery destined for Energy Observer.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 7, 2020
UK Brings Forward End to Sale of New Petrol, Diesel Vehicles to 2035

UK Brings Forward End to Sale of New Petrol, Diesel Vehicles to 2035

UK is bringing forward end to the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles to 2035, and including hybrids for the first time.
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