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Key Trends in Modern Vehicle Electrical and Electronic Architectures

DECARBONIZATION Overview As the e-Mobility space continues to evolve, the overall trend in automotive electrical and electronic architecture is moving into a new phase. The proliferation of in-vehicle applications has led to dramatic increases in the use of advanced electronics across various functional areas. However, the need to improve performance, safety, efficiency, and driver experience […]

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Enabling Smaller, Smarter Busbar Designs that Support Higher Power Densities

DECARBONIZATION Enabling Smaller, Smarter Busbar Designs that Support Higher Power Densities Overview Busbars are an essential component in virtually all electrical power distribution systems, used to conduct and distribute power within electrical systems for a wide range of industries. In recent years, there have been several key innovation trends in busbar technology, particularly regarding the

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Green Manufacturing Practices Help Promote End-to-End Supply Chain Sustainability

DECARBONIZATION Green Manufacturing Practices Help Promote End-to-End Supply Chain Sustainability Overview As one of the pioneers in the e-Mobility and Green Energy sectors, Interplex has been increasingly involved at the forefront of helping our customers design and deliver advanced solutions that are changing the world by mitigating the negative effects of climate change and reducing

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Proliferation of Sensors in Next-Gen Automobiles Is Raising the Bar for Housing & Interconnect Technologies

ADVANCED MOBILITY Proliferation of Sensors in Next-Gen Automobiles Is Raising the Bar for Housing & Interconnect Technologies Overview: During recent years, the evolution of smarter automobiles is enabling Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), enhanced passenger environments, and laying a foundation for steady progress toward Autonomous Driving Systems (ADS). A common factor across much of this

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Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) and Fuel Cell EVs Are Both Key in Achieving Sustainable e-Mobility

DECARBONIZATION Overview When it comes to the future of e-Mobility, many people tend to view Battery Electric Vehicles and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles as an either/or proposition. However, a long-term sustainable approach to e-Mobility will need both of these complementary technologies to play important roles. Here’s a Quick Overview of Battery EVs and Fuel

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Achieving Global Net-Zero Decarbonization Will Require an “All-of-the-Above” Mindset

DECARBONIZATION Overview The impacts of climate change and the need for global decarbonization are hot topics impacting policies, business decisions and personal behaviors that span virtually every country, company, and community around the world. The good news is there is now an overwhelming consensus that time is of the essence and mitigating actions are in

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Both Electric Vehicles (EVs) and Fuel Cell Technologies Are Key to Achieving Global Zero Emission Goals

Both Electric Vehicles (EVs) and Fuel Cell Technologies Are Key to Achieving Global Zero Emission Goals Overview As global Zero Emissions Day approaches on September 21, 2021, it is a good opportunity to look at how these two key technologies in the automotive and transportation sector will contribute to the achievement of Zero Emissions goals.

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Electric Vehicle Drivetrains Only Have 20 Moving Parts Compared to Over 200 in Conventional Automobiles

Electric Vehicle Drivetrains Only Have 20 Moving Parts Compared to Over 200 in Conventional Automobiles This means lower maintenance costs and a radical shift in auto industry job skills Over the past year, virtually all the world’s established auto makers have announced or accelerated their plans for introducing new electric vehicles (EVs). The range includes

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