ABB-Launches-The-World-Fastest-Electric-Car-Charger

ABB is launching an innovative all-in-one Electric Vehicle (EV) charger, which provides the fastest charging experience on the market.


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Electric 12 metre bus concept

The Quantron AG is launching its own QUANTRON vehicle, the electric QUANTRON 12 metre low-floor bus, at the end of this year.


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James Dyson

The Dyson automotive project is not a product failure, or a failure of the team, according to James Dyson.


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Baidu Co-founder and CEO testing out futuristic Car

Baidu, Inc., the Chinese Internet giant, is flexing its muscles for the future and proposes itself as a leader in AI and mobility.


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Achieving Global Market Access For xEV Battery Systems

The market for advanced electric vehicles (xEVs) is continuing to expand worldwide. Developers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs)


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Hyundai To Manufacture EVs In Singapore From 2022

Hyundai Motor has announced that it plans to manufacture its electric vehicles (EVs) in Singapore.


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New Sensing And Balancing IC For Battery Management Systems In EVs

Infineon Technologies AG is expanding its product offering for battery management systems with a new sensing and balancing IC, the TLE9012AQU.


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Infineon Introduces New Silicon Carbide Power Module For EVs

Silicon carbide in electric vehicles stands for more efficiency, higher power density and performance.


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Driving The E-Mobility Revolution With Electronic Design And Test Technology

The coming years will see exciting innovations to develop better power devices and a larger charging infrastructure with electronic design and test technology occupying a critical component of this progress.


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Keysight Expands Scienlab EV And EVSE Charging Test Portfolio

Keysight Technologies, Inc. has expanded the company’s Scienlab Charging Discovery System (CDS) portfolio with two new test and certification solutions for charging interfaces within an EV or EVSE.


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General Motors And Honda To Jointly Develop Next-Generation EV

GM and Honda have agreed to jointly develop two all-new EV, based on GM’s global EV platform powered by proprietary Ultium batteries.


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Hioki Launches The Battery Cell Voltage Generator SS7081-50

Hioki is launching the Battery Cell Voltage Generator SS7081-50 in March 2020.


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Dyson Terminates Electric Car Project In Singapore

It has barely been a year since home appliance giant, Dyson announced its plans to open an electric car manufacturing facility in Singapore.


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ABB To Electrify Autonomous Vehicles For New Port In Singapore

ABB has won a contract from ST Engineering Land Systems Limited to deliver and commission integrated smart charging points for Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) in the new Tuas port of Singapore.


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Challenges in the ASEAN Electric Car Market

Asean’s annual new investment in passenger electric vehicles will reach US$6 billion by 2030, according to a report by Bain & Company.


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A good idea is never lost, as Thomas Edison said. At the turn of the 20th century, nearly 30 percent of all cars manufactured in the US were electric...

A good idea is never lost, as Thomas Edison said. At the turn of the 20th century, nearly 30 percent of all cars manufactured in the US were electric…


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Toyota Motor Thailand announces that the company will invest an estimated 10 billion baht annually in Thailand’s automotive industry

Thailand automotive production and sales of new vehicles Toyota Motor Thailand announces that the company will invest an estimated 10 billion baht annually in Thailand’s automotive industry


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NI Technology Helps Subaru Reduce Electric Vehicle Test Development Times By 90 Percent

National Instruments (NI) has announced that major automotive manufacturers like Subaru are using NI Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) technology to simulate actual road conditions for electric vehicle testing, eliminating environmental factors to reduce test time and costs.


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Smarter City Transformation

Cities and suburbs will undergo significant transformations to create sustainable living conditions for their residents. The Fourth Industrial Revolution offers an unprecedented opportunity. By Jean-Pascal Tricoire, Chairman and CEO, Schneider Electric; and Francesco Starace, CEO and GM, Enel Group


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