The future of connected vehicle data and its impact across industries

It’s predicted that by 2030, 95% of vehicles will be connected to the internet. Most directly, this means an increase in capabilities for vehicles, including a multitude of sensors such as radar, ultrasonic sensors (an instrument that measures the distance to an object using ultrasonic sound waves) and beyond. Some of the most exciting possibilities

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Samsung begins production of comprehensive automotive memory solutions

Samsung Electronics, the provider of advanced memory technology, unveiled an extensive lineup of cutting-edge automotive memory solutions designed for next-generation autonomous electric vehicles.

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The time for EV planning is now

It is impossible to deny the reality of electric vehicles (EVs) now. With the sale of petrol and diesel cars to be banned from 2030, EVs will soon be the main cars on the market.

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Investment in electric vehicle infrastructure sorely needed

The announcement that the UK government has pledged £620m (€734.97m) in funding towards electric vehicles is welcome news to the EV industry. So is the commitment to improve electric charge points and EV infrastructure, says Alok Dubey, UK country manager at the electric vehicle charging app, Monta.

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New EasyPACK 2B EDT2 power module for traction inverters up to 50 kW

Infineon Technologies AG introduces the automotive qualified EasyPACK 2B EDT2, a flexible and scalable half-bridge power module. Depending on inverter conditions, this 750 V device can reach a maximum power of up to 50 kW and 230 A . With its featured specs, the module is optimised for inverter applications in hybrid and electric vehicles.

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TAE Technologies commercialises power management tech for EVs

TAE Technologies, the private fusion energy company, has announced the formation of a new division dedicated to power management. TAE Power Management’s groundbreaking technologies will enable the next generation of electric vehicles (EVs) and accelerate the uptake of electrified energy and storage systems.

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Almost half of drivers still have no plans to move to electric vehicles, survey finds

RingGo, a UK-based cashless parking provider, recently surveyed its users to understand the evolving attitudes towards electric vehicles (EVs). It discovered that, despite growing societal efforts to promote cleaner driving, attitudes are not changing at pace.

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The cyber-risks of smart features: Safeguarding connected vehicles

Cars have come a long way since Henry Ford created the Model T, a car that put the world on wheels. It was the perfect solution to the growing need to move people across vast distances in early 20th century America.

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Water-based lubricants make the vehicles of the future ready to roll

Lubrication is one of the key components for efficient rotation. As the future demand of electric and environmentally friendly vehicles increases, every key component must be as efficient and environmentally friendly as possible.

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Westminster goes electric with 1,000 electric vehicle charge points

The City Council, working in partnership with Siemens GB&I, installed the 1,000th EV charging point in April 2021 and are on track to deliver another 500 chargers by April 2022.

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AGE develops Li-ion mobility battery pack with edge computing BMS and IoT functionality

CES 2021 – With providing energy to smart cities with sustainability in mind such as for electric vehicles, All Good Energy (AGE), a Taiwanese startup, has developed All Good Battery Pack, a Li-ion mobility battery pack with edge computing BMS and IoT functionality.

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DER: Control made easy

As the energy industry shifts toward cleaner and more sustainable models, it becomes increasingly critical for utilities to be able to manage and control the customer side of the power grid. One proven way to do that, says Rolf Bienert, managing and technical director, OpenADR Alliance, is Demand Response (DR) programs, which have been common

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RFID solutions developed for on- and off-street parking

Along with increasing mobility worldwide traffic volume keeps growing as do the related customer expectations. Bottlenecks such as entrances to parking garages and toll gates particularly call for solutions that accelerate traffic flow.

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How can we accelerate the global take-up of smart building technology?

With the expected number of smart devices predicted to hit 20 million by 2020, smart technology is now mainstream. Over the last five years, says Oliver Iltisberger, managing director of ABB’s Building Products business line, we have seen a shift from simple functions like thermostats, doorbells and light bulbs to truly intelligent buildings that adapt

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GSGF says progress in electric vehicle usage mostly depends on charging station roll-outs

In a new report on electric vehicle developments the Global Smart Grid Federation (GSGF) highlights new business opportunities, key trends and policy initiatives, as well as providing a global view of the large-scale roll-out of electric vehicles. The report also gives recommendations on how to accelerate the take-up of electric vehicles.

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Mitsumi and Greenvity partner to develop and manufacture 'robust' energy management systems

Greenvity Communications is partnering with Mitsumi Electric to provide modules and systems for electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids, battery-charging systems, smart meters and smart energy management systems

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