Automotive development for emobility, autonomous and conventional
Here you will find the latest developments and trends from automotive suppliers for conventional cars, electromobility or autonomous driving - find out about solutions and trends for sustainable mobility!
Brand new automotive developments
by Auvesy, Harting, Minebea Mitsumi, Schaeffler and others
Schaeffler is strengthening its commitment to everything related to hydrogen drive: The automotive and industrial supplier joined the global hydrogen interest group Hydrogen Council based in Belgium in 2020 as a steering member. The hydrogen initiative consists of 81 leading companies from the fields of energy, transport and industry. The aim of the members is to further advance hydrogen technology towards industrialization.
Technical article The provider of gigabit transceivers via POF (Plastic Optical Fiber) KDPOF is showing at the Automotive Ethernet Congress from February 12 to 13, 2020 in Munich the world's first demo of the optical Ethernet network in automotive quality at 25 gigabits per second. The new standard will extend the current IEEE standard 10GBASE-SR to establish a communication channel in optical fiber with 10 Gbit / s. CEO Carlos Pardo will give details in a lecture...
Automobile specialist Rinspeed presents the new concept vehicle "Metrosnap" at CES 2020 in January in Las Vegas. The developer once again relies on the Harting technology group with an individually designed interface that supplies the vehicle with energy, data and signals. The interface module supports the driver in using the vehicle quickly and flexibly for a wide variety of tasks.
Schaeffler has recognized the enormous potential of hydrogen technology as the energy source of the future and developed key components for fuel cells and fuel cell stacks, so-called metallic bipolar plates. The company uses traditional core competencies in material, forming and surface technology.
K Hall 8A, Stand B28 Rowa Masterbatch has polymer-specific solutions for almost all plastics - 160 different polymer carriers are currently used. New requirements and product requirements from the e-mobility market environment can already be served customer-specifically today.
Hella gives vehicles with noiseless engines a sound that is similar to a conventional combustion engine. With the new acoustic warning system Avas (Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System), road users can hear approaching vehicles better and are therefore warned.
Harting and partners presented solutions for the future of electric mobility at this year's Gitex Technology Exhibition at the Etisalat stand. Etisalat is a state-owned telecommunications company in the United Arab Emirates that offers telephone and internet services. In addition, Etisalat is driving the technologies of the future, such as cloud use and the use of the Internet of Things.
K Hall 10, Stand G59 The interior of a new car is based on modern design with materials such as polycarbonate and ABS, often also mixtures of the two. Dashboards, infotainment panels or other interior panels are injection molded and then further refined. Infrared contour emitters from Heraeus Noblelight ensure the appropriate quality.
Technical article REE presented a flat and modular platform at the IAA, which fundamentally changes the design and style of electric vehicles. Together with the strategic partner Musashi Seimitsu, the company is doing pioneering work for the future of electromobility and is thus promoting a wider application of vehicle electrification.