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30 Giga-Watt Hours of Electric Vehicle Markets Beyond Cars

30 Giga-Watt Hours of Electric Vehicle Markets Beyond Cars

Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 24, 2022
Wireless Charging to Pull the Plug on Charging Stations

Wireless Charging to Pull the Plug on Charging Stations

The development of wireless charging systems for electric vehicles (EVs) has slowly picked up momentum over the past decade. This charging solution relies on the principle of resonant inductive coupling to achieve wireless power transfer (WPT) from a ground-based pad to a vehicle-fitted pad. Drivers should simply align their vehicles with the ground pad for charging to begin automatically, eliminating the need to plug in.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 21, 2022
The Attempt to Achieve Standardization within the Graphene Industry

The Attempt to Achieve Standardization within the Graphene Industry

The true description of graphene is that of a single atomic layer of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal array. However, the nanocarbon material landscape is much more complicated than this simple statement, with single-layer, few-layer, multi-layer, graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs) and both graphene oxide (GO) and reduced graphene oxide (rGO) all to be considered as types of graphene.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 13, 2022
Five Key Technology Trends for Tomorrow's Electric Car

Five Key Technology Trends for Tomorrow's Electric Car

In 20 years, IDTechEx predicts electric cars will generate 76% of all e-transport revenues. Due to their scale, car markets create the largest opportunities for players in the electric vehicle supply chain, from advanced materials through to battery packs, power electronics, and electric motors.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 6, 2022
Are Cobots Safe to Work Side by Side with Humans?

Are Cobots Safe to Work Side by Side with Humans?

Human-centric manufacturing puts a high requirement for safety in production because machines work closely with human operators.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 5, 2022
Webinar: Trucks Leading the Way in Heavy-Duty Autonomous Vehicle Race

Webinar: Trucks Leading the Way in Heavy-Duty Autonomous Vehicle Race

Thursday 6 October 2022 - This webinar looks at some of the key achievements and milestones in the trucking industry. This is then compared to other heavy-duty autonomous vehicles and a complete holistic view of the industry is forged.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 5, 2022
Is Graphene Green?

Is Graphene Green?

Is Graphene Green? This question comes up an increasing amount. Green drivers and ESG investments are an obvious focus across the supply chain, but where does graphene fit into this discussion? IDTechEx explore the answer in this article.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 4, 2022
Will Tesla's Humanoid Robot "Optimus" Really Be Able to Serve People?

Will Tesla's Humanoid Robot "Optimus" Really Be Able to Serve People?

Due to the labor shortage and decreasing costs of hardware, using robots to serve people has gained significant momentum over the past decade, with Tesla unveiling their humanoid robot "Optimus" at the electric vehicle maker's "AI Day" event last week.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 24, 2022
Wireless Charging to Pull the Plug on Charging Stations

Wireless Charging to Pull the Plug on Charging Stations

The development of wireless charging systems for electric vehicles (EVs) has slowly picked up momentum over the past decade. This charging solution relies on the principle of resonant inductive coupling to achieve wireless power transfer (WPT) from a ground-based pad to a vehicle-fitted pad. Drivers should simply align their vehicles with the ground pad for charging to begin automatically, eliminating the need to plug in.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 13, 2022
Five Key Technology Trends for Tomorrow's Electric Car

Five Key Technology Trends for Tomorrow's Electric Car

In 20 years, IDTechEx predicts electric cars will generate 76% of all e-transport revenues. Due to their scale, car markets create the largest opportunities for players in the electric vehicle supply chain, from advanced materials through to battery packs, power electronics, and electric motors.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 5, 2022
Webinar: Trucks Leading the Way in Heavy-Duty Autonomous Vehicle Race

Webinar: Trucks Leading the Way in Heavy-Duty Autonomous Vehicle Race

Thursday 6 October 2022 - This webinar looks at some of the key achievements and milestones in the trucking industry. This is then compared to other heavy-duty autonomous vehicles and a complete holistic view of the industry is forged.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 4, 2022
Will Tesla's Humanoid Robot "Optimus" Really Be Able to Serve People?

Will Tesla's Humanoid Robot "Optimus" Really Be Able to Serve People?

Due to the labor shortage and decreasing costs of hardware, using robots to serve people has gained significant momentum over the past decade, with Tesla unveiling their humanoid robot "Optimus" at the electric vehicle maker's "AI Day" event last week.
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