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basf0319In close cooperation with Joma-Polytec and the Daimler AG subsidiary Mercedes-Benz Fuel Cell, several components of the fuel cell system have been successfully developed Plastic "Ultramid" from BASF. It is used as standard in the new "Mercedes GLC F-Cell", which is equipped with a combination of fuel cell and rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

harting0319Geneva Motor Show Hall 6, booth 6240

Presented is the "Microsnap", the newest Electric MobilityVehicle study by Swiss car visionary Frank M. Rinderknecht. Harting shows elements of the infrastructure for automated loading. With this, the technology group is consistently expanding its e-mobility infrastructure.

nsk0319NSK has a height and length adjustable steering column developed, which is characterized by an optimized crash behavior. In addition, it is lighter - this contributes to lower fuel consumption of the vehicle. Due to the improved vibration damping also increases the steering comfort.

vector0119Vector poses with the Network interface VN4610 its first special solution for IEEE 802.11p and CAN (FD) based applications. As a connection to the test tool "CANoe. Car2x "brings the interface 802.11p-based ECUs to series maturity.

Due to the increasing electrification of cars and commercial vehicles the functional reliability of lines is increasingly becoming the focus. energy chains provide reliable protection when passing through tight spaces. Stable chain elements can restrict movement precisely where they experience the most stress. This leads to a significantly longer service life of the application, such as Johannis Zournatzis, Branch Manager Automotive E-Chains Igus explained.

Kocomotion1218Koco Automotive introduces its new VC2039 integrated vibration motor, which can be used in a wide variety of applications with minimal design effort. In the water and foam-resistant housing, the DC motor withstands increased pressures in liquid media, such as those that occur when foaming in a steering wheel.

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