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Mobile Robots: Coronavirus Pushes Logistic Automation up the Agenda

Mobile Robots: Coronavirus Pushes Logistic Automation up the Agenda

Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 27, 2020
Why Batteries are Essential for the Maritime Sector

Why Batteries are Essential for the Maritime Sector

In 2020 vessel owners have had to deal with an 'emissions control world' for the first time. Unlike most other mobility sectors, which predominantly tend to switch partly or completely to a traction battery in order to meet emissions targets, a mixture of solutions have a role to play for boats and ships.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 26, 2020
Rising Copper Demand in an Evolving Electric Traction Motor Industry

Rising Copper Demand in an Evolving Electric Traction Motor Industry

As part of research commissioned by the International Copper Association (ICA) IDTechEx outlines which electric traction motor technologies are winning in electric cars, with a view to how this will impact overall copper demand by 2030.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 23, 2020
Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) - Hype or Hope?

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) - Hype or Hope?

In the past decade, mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) has attracted significant attention as it holds the potential to disrupt the business model of the traditional automotive industry and the way people travel.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 23, 2020
Mining Goes Electric

Mining Goes Electric

Electrics and robotics squares the circle of seeking a wider variety of depleting materials in nastier, more remote places from the seafloor to four kilometres underground, up remote mountains and later outer space. Zero-emission microgrids on-site, sensors everywhere and new information and communications technology lubricate the process.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 20, 2020
Immersion of Electric Vehicle Batteries: The Best Way to Keep Cool?

Immersion of Electric Vehicle Batteries: The Best Way to Keep Cool?

The electric vehicle market is growing rapidly, and with it the demand for fast charging, increased energy density and improved safety. Something that all these areas have in common is heat. Charging a battery quickly generates a lot of heat, with the extra energy capacity of modern and upcoming electric vehicle batteries, extracting this heat becomes more challenging.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 20, 2020
Electric Medium and Heavy-Duty Trucks; Evolution and Revolution

Electric Medium and Heavy-Duty Trucks; Evolution and Revolution

Along with the rest of the automotive sector, the medium and heavy-duty truck market is evolving. Governments around the world, recognising the potentially catastrophic repercussions of unfettered climate change and witnessing the detrimental impact on human health from vehicle exhaust pollutant emissions in urban environments, are taking decisive action, that will, in the coming decades, drive vehicle manufacturers to zero on-road exhaust emission powertrain solutions. Consequently, the days of the fossil fuel powered combustion engine are numbered.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 20, 2020
Thermal Interface Materials for Electric Vehicle Battery Packs

Thermal Interface Materials for Electric Vehicle Battery Packs

The EV market is booming. The battery is a key feature for both cost and performance, the chemistry and cell levels are extensively discussed. However, everything else that goes into a pack is often overlooked.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 16, 2020
Automotive Lidar Market: Battlefield of a Hundred Technology Suppliers

Automotive Lidar Market: Battlefield of a Hundred Technology Suppliers

The lidar market is very dynamic and some players are making excellent progress towards launching automotive-grade products. Analysts at IDTechEx are tracking more than one hundred companies that develop 3D lidar modules, this article presents insights from their report "Lidar 2020-2030".
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 13, 2020
Webinar Wednesday 25 March 2020 - Electric Vans: The Time is Now

Webinar Wednesday 25 March 2020 - Electric Vans: The Time is Now

IDTechEx will be hosting a free webinar on Wednesday 25 March 2020 titled Electric Vans: The Time is Now.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 27, 2020
Why Batteries are Essential for the Maritime Sector

Why Batteries are Essential for the Maritime Sector

In 2020 vessel owners have had to deal with an 'emissions control world' for the first time. Unlike most other mobility sectors, which predominantly tend to switch partly or completely to a traction battery in order to meet emissions targets, a mixture of solutions have a role to play for boats and ships.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 23, 2020
Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) - Hype or Hope?

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) - Hype or Hope?

In the past decade, mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) has attracted significant attention as it holds the potential to disrupt the business model of the traditional automotive industry and the way people travel.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 20, 2020
Immersion of Electric Vehicle Batteries: The Best Way to Keep Cool?

Immersion of Electric Vehicle Batteries: The Best Way to Keep Cool?

The electric vehicle market is growing rapidly, and with it the demand for fast charging, increased energy density and improved safety. Something that all these areas have in common is heat. Charging a battery quickly generates a lot of heat, with the extra energy capacity of modern and upcoming electric vehicle batteries, extracting this heat becomes more challenging.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 20, 2020
Thermal Interface Materials for Electric Vehicle Battery Packs

Thermal Interface Materials for Electric Vehicle Battery Packs

The EV market is booming. The battery is a key feature for both cost and performance, the chemistry and cell levels are extensively discussed. However, everything else that goes into a pack is often overlooked.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 13, 2020
Webinar Wednesday 25 March 2020 - Electric Vans: The Time is Now

Webinar Wednesday 25 March 2020 - Electric Vans: The Time is Now

IDTechEx will be hosting a free webinar on Wednesday 25 March 2020 titled Electric Vans: The Time is Now.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 26, 2020
Rising Copper Demand in an Evolving Electric Traction Motor Industry

Rising Copper Demand in an Evolving Electric Traction Motor Industry

As part of research commissioned by the International Copper Association (ICA) IDTechEx outlines which electric traction motor technologies are winning in electric cars, with a view to how this will impact overall copper demand by 2030.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 23, 2020
Mining Goes Electric

Mining Goes Electric

Electrics and robotics squares the circle of seeking a wider variety of depleting materials in nastier, more remote places from the seafloor to four kilometres underground, up remote mountains and later outer space. Zero-emission microgrids on-site, sensors everywhere and new information and communications technology lubricate the process.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 20, 2020
Electric Medium and Heavy-Duty Trucks; Evolution and Revolution

Electric Medium and Heavy-Duty Trucks; Evolution and Revolution

Along with the rest of the automotive sector, the medium and heavy-duty truck market is evolving. Governments around the world, recognising the potentially catastrophic repercussions of unfettered climate change and witnessing the detrimental impact on human health from vehicle exhaust pollutant emissions in urban environments, are taking decisive action, that will, in the coming decades, drive vehicle manufacturers to zero on-road exhaust emission powertrain solutions. Consequently, the days of the fossil fuel powered combustion engine are numbered.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 16, 2020
Automotive Lidar Market: Battlefield of a Hundred Technology Suppliers

Automotive Lidar Market: Battlefield of a Hundred Technology Suppliers

The lidar market is very dynamic and some players are making excellent progress towards launching automotive-grade products. Analysts at IDTechEx are tracking more than one hundred companies that develop 3D lidar modules, this article presents insights from their report "Lidar 2020-2030".
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