13 Feb 2023
Wolfspeed: Major SiC Supply Deals
Wolfspeed (formerly Cree) is a US semiconductor manufacturer which develops 650V, 1200V, and 1700V silicon carbide MOSFETs for the automotive and industrial sector.
24 Oct 2022
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.
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25 Jul 2022
Momentum Dynamics designs and manufactures high power wireless charging systems for commercial fleets. IDTechEx spoke to Senior Consultant Gabriel Samuelsson, who highlighted the technical innovations and deployment strategy for its system.
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9 Jun 2022
Tess Skyrme, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, interviewed Joe Holdsworth, Founder of Metis Engineering, about its latest sensor for electric vehicle battery monitoring.
26 Apr 2022
In 2007, the Fisker Automotive Company was founded by current CEO Henrik Fisker and Bernhard Koehler. Fisker Automotive Company had a tumultuous existence with early setbacks jeopardizing the company's future and leading to its bankruptcy. In 2016, Henrik Fisker revived the brand and it is now on the way to mass production at the end of 2022.
18 Feb 2022
Jaguar Land Rover Announces Partnership with NVIDIA
Jaguar Land Rover has formed a multi-year strategic partnership with NVIDIA to jointly develop and deliver next-generation automated driving systems plus AI-enabled services and experiences for its customers.
22 Nov 2021
Spirit of Innovation Claims to be World's Fastest All-Electric Vehicle
Rolls Royce believes their all-electric 'Spirit of Innovation' aircraft is the world's fastest all-electric aircraft, setting three new world records. During its record-breaking runs, the aircraft clocked up a maximum speed of 623 km/h (387.4 mph) which Rolls Royce believse makes the 'Spirit of Innovation' the world's fastest all-electric vehicle.