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Telematics product for EV market for wide range of vehicles

Telematics product for EV market for wide range of vehicles
International automotive technology supplier ERM Advanced Telematics, whose products are installed in more than five million vehicles worldwide, is expanding into the booming electric vehicle (EV) market. The company is planning later this month to launch StarLink EV, a telematics product for the EV market that can be used in cars, buses, trucks and even motorcycles and scooters. 
21st May 2019

EV charging station hardware package

EV charging station hardware package
One of the newest and most significant trends on our streets today is the growth in Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations. Because of this OPEC has raised its forecast for the size of the EV fleet in 2040 from 140 million units to 250 million. This near doubling of the predicted market signals a massive opportunity for manufacturers of these EV charging stations.
21st May 2019

A charging infrastructure that is standardised, safe and fast

A charging infrastructure that is standardised, safe and fast
E-mobility is gaining in importance and is set to become available to a broad user market. The expansion of the charging infrastructure is helping to boost confidence in e-mobility and reduce the current problems of range, infrastructure and price. Rittal supports the entire value chain, from power generation to the climate control of the charging station.
17th May 2019


Partnership for e-mobility fast charging solutions

Partnership for e-mobility fast charging solutions
It has been announced that the HARTING Technology group has formed a successful partnership with Swiss automotive company Rinspeed to develop a number of e-mobility solutions including an expanded e-mobility infrastructure for the automated fast charging of electric vehicles. 
16th May 2019

Vehicle to grid technology innovations at EVS32

Vehicle to grid technology innovations at EVS32
From 19th to 22nd May, EVS32, the international event devoted to electric mobility, is set to bring together all the industry's major players and the latest innovations in the sector. With the growing development of renewable energies and electric-powered mobility re-shaping the electricity network, new architectures are emerging, such as smart charging. 
16th May 2019

Advanced bearing technology for electric vehicles

Advanced bearing technology for electric vehicles
At the upcoming 32nd International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS 32) on 19th to 22nd May 2019, SKF is set to reveal its latest developments for improving the efficiency of electric powertrains. Sales of electric vehicles (EVs) are poised to increase dramatically. According to a recent report from IHS Market, these vehicles will account for more than 30% of new cars sold in key markets by 2040, up from just one percent in 2016.
16th May 2019

Electric vehicle adoption progression with university partnership

Electric vehicle adoption progression with university partnership
Spark EV Technology aims to tackle a major hurdle hindering the adoption of Electric Vehicles (EVs) by partnering with the University of Essex on a new Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP.) The main two factors restricting mass EV adoption are – range anxiety, where drivers worry about running out of charge before reaching their destination, and a lack of trust that existing in-car systems are accurate. These concerns stop people switching to electric vehicles, impacting air quality and the environment.
14th May 2019

Volkswagen relies on Infineon for its electric future

Volkswagen relies on Infineon for its electric future
Infineon Technologies is a new partner in the Volkswagen Group’s strategic supplier network FAST (Future Automotive Supply Tracks). This programme stands for close cooperation in key future fields. Infineon contributes significantly to the move toward electric drivetrains by the world’s largest car maker. Infineon’s power modules control the electric drive in Volkswagen’s modular electric drive matrix MEB, which is the industry’s largest electrification platform. 
14th May 2019

New high voltage automotive connector launched

New high voltage automotive connector launched
  TE Connectivity has launched its new Generation Y connectors for High Voltage (HV) automotive battery applications. The product extends TE’s range of Generation Y connectors that can be used in HEV batteries. The Generation Y HV connectors support a signal current range from 4 to 10.5A and a voltage rating of up to 432V.
8th May 2019

E-axle solution designed for evaluation on electric truck

E-axle solution designed for evaluation on electric truck
  Amidst the global pursuit of electrification in the commercial vehicle industry, Allison Transmission has announced the development of highly efficient and powerful axles for electric vehicles.
8th May 2019


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EVS32
19th May 2019
France EUREXPO LYON
ELIV 2019
16th October 2019
Germany Bonn World Conference Center