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EVS35 Event Summary

EVS35 Event Summary

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Auxiliary Motors for Cars and Heavy-Duty Commercial Vehicles

Auxiliary Motors for Cars and Heavy-Duty Commercial Vehicles

Many key functions within existing vehicles are powered as parasitic losses from the internal combustion engine. Fleet electrification and automation are two megatrends which are driving a migration to the electrification of these systems. Electrification offers internal combustion engine independence, improved efficiency, and easier interfacing with the electric control systems that will facilitate automation. This premium article gives a high level overview of how electric motors can be used to replace conventional parasitic solutions in key vehicle systems. Example systems include thermal management and power steering for consumer cars, and pneumatic breaks and high power radiator fans in commercial vehicles.
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Chip Makers for Autonomous Vehicles: Five Promising Start-ups

Chip Makers for Autonomous Vehicles: Five Promising Start-ups

Chipmaker start-ups are emerging within the autonomous vehicle industry, which is suddenly demanding powerful but highly efficient processors for huge datasets in real time from the multitude of sensors on the vehicle (cameras, radars, lidars, and more). This article investigates and reviews five promising players.
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Thermal Management in the Arctic

Thermal Management in the Arctic

Vehicles, people and buildings in the Arctic will be zero-emission and warmer with improvements coming along.
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ChargedEVs: Charging Systems Technologies

ChargedEVs: Charging Systems Technologies

The ChargedEVs online conference presents many topics around the electric vehicle (EV) market. In the following article, we cover the presentations that focused on charging systems and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). In this article we cover the talks delivered by the following companies -Colder Products Company (CPC) -Keysight Technologies -AVL -Chroma Systems Solutions -Toray Resin Company -Delta-Q Technologies -TDK
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EV Materials at the Adhesives and Bonding Expo (Foam Expo)

EV Materials at the Adhesives and Bonding Expo (Foam Expo)

In this article, we summarise some of our EV material related highlights from the Adhesives and Bonding Expo Europe 2021 within the Foam Expo.
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Sintered Die-attach Materials for Electric Vehicles: Trends & Forecast

Sintered Die-attach Materials for Electric Vehicles: Trends & Forecast

This IDTechEx article explores the trends and future uptake of copper and silver sintering as enabling die-attach materials for next-gen power electronics.
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ChargedEVs: Thermal Management of Batteries

ChargedEVs: Thermal Management of Batteries

The ChargedEVs online conference presents many topics around the electric vehicle (EV) market. In this subscriber-only article IDTechEx cover the presentations that focussed on battery thermal management and the related materials.
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Electric Vehicle Inverters: Package Materials and Trends

Electric Vehicle Inverters: Package Materials and Trends

The first generation of automotive power modules emerging between 2000 - 2010 followed standard industrial packing technologies. Today this won't cut it. In this article, IDTechEx provides an overview of the new generation of packaging structures that are more compact and efficient, breaking away from traditional packing designs.
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Will We See GaN HEMTs in Electric Vehicle Power Electronics Devices?

Will We See GaN HEMTs in Electric Vehicle Power Electronics Devices?

Silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) are the new kids on the block when it comes to semiconductor power devices. Comparatively, traditional silicon has limitations in high temperature and high voltage operation, limitations important to overcome in the continuous grind for ever greater vehicle range and performance. In electric vehicle power electronics, SiC MOSFETs currently have a much greater presence than GaN HEMTs - why?
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Auxiliary Motors for Cars and Heavy-Duty Commercial Vehicles

Auxiliary Motors for Cars and Heavy-Duty Commercial Vehicles

Many key functions within existing vehicles are powered as parasitic losses from the internal combustion engine. Fleet electrification and automation are two megatrends which are driving a migration to the electrification of these systems. Electrification offers internal combustion engine independence, improved efficiency, and easier interfacing with the electric control systems that will facilitate automation. This premium article gives a high level overview of how electric motors can be used to replace conventional parasitic solutions in key vehicle systems. Example systems include thermal management and power steering for consumer cars, and pneumatic breaks and high power radiator fans in commercial vehicles.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Thermal Management in the Arctic

Thermal Management in the Arctic

Vehicles, people and buildings in the Arctic will be zero-emission and warmer with improvements coming along.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
EV Materials at the Adhesives and Bonding Expo (Foam Expo)

EV Materials at the Adhesives and Bonding Expo (Foam Expo)

In this article, we summarise some of our EV material related highlights from the Adhesives and Bonding Expo Europe 2021 within the Foam Expo.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
ChargedEVs: Thermal Management of Batteries

ChargedEVs: Thermal Management of Batteries

The ChargedEVs online conference presents many topics around the electric vehicle (EV) market. In this subscriber-only article IDTechEx cover the presentations that focussed on battery thermal management and the related materials.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Will We See GaN HEMTs in Electric Vehicle Power Electronics Devices?

Will We See GaN HEMTs in Electric Vehicle Power Electronics Devices?

Silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) are the new kids on the block when it comes to semiconductor power devices. Comparatively, traditional silicon has limitations in high temperature and high voltage operation, limitations important to overcome in the continuous grind for ever greater vehicle range and performance. In electric vehicle power electronics, SiC MOSFETs currently have a much greater presence than GaN HEMTs - why?
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Chip Makers for Autonomous Vehicles: Five Promising Start-ups

Chip Makers for Autonomous Vehicles: Five Promising Start-ups

Chipmaker start-ups are emerging within the autonomous vehicle industry, which is suddenly demanding powerful but highly efficient processors for huge datasets in real time from the multitude of sensors on the vehicle (cameras, radars, lidars, and more). This article investigates and reviews five promising players.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
ChargedEVs: Charging Systems Technologies

ChargedEVs: Charging Systems Technologies

The ChargedEVs online conference presents many topics around the electric vehicle (EV) market. In the following article, we cover the presentations that focused on charging systems and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). In this article we cover the talks delivered by the following companies -Colder Products Company (CPC) -Keysight Technologies -AVL -Chroma Systems Solutions -Toray Resin Company -Delta-Q Technologies -TDK
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Sintered Die-attach Materials for Electric Vehicles: Trends & Forecast

Sintered Die-attach Materials for Electric Vehicles: Trends & Forecast

This IDTechEx article explores the trends and future uptake of copper and silver sintering as enabling die-attach materials for next-gen power electronics.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Electric Vehicle Inverters: Package Materials and Trends

Electric Vehicle Inverters: Package Materials and Trends

The first generation of automotive power modules emerging between 2000 - 2010 followed standard industrial packing technologies. Today this won't cut it. In this article, IDTechEx provides an overview of the new generation of packaging structures that are more compact and efficient, breaking away from traditional packing designs.
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