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July 26, 2016 11:11 am
Megan Crouse
Automakers are working on more efficient hydrogen fuel cells to make cars that produce only water - while the infrastructure struggles to expand beyond California...
Rick Wietfeldt, Chairman of the MIPI Alliance Technical Steering Group and Senior Director, Technology at Qualcomm
How to use interconnection technologies to meet customer expectations for displays in mobile devices...
Megan Crouse, Real Time Digital Reporter
ECN’s insight into the world of electric vehicles...
Howard Liu, Engineering Team Lead, Intertek
Grid interoperability and compliance trends for energy storage...
Paul Pickering, Technical Contributor
The song “It’s A Small World (After All)”, familiar to generations of Disney visitors, was originally written in the aftermath of the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis and has a theme of world peace, but the title might equally apply to electronic equipment...
By Earl Kneessi, Sales Engineering Manager, Fischer Connectors, Inc.
The exponential growth of transferred data is indisputable as industries move into an era where even the smallest devices are expected to communicate and receive data in real-time. The Internet of Things (IoT), Manufacturing 4.0, and...
Todd Nelson, Special Correspondent, Proto Labs
Automotive electronics are more sophisticated than ever, and rapid manufacturing is along for the ride...
Dr. Daniel Lenssen, Product Manager, DELO Industrial Adhesives
This article discusses several automotive sensor adhesives and their thermal, mechanical, and chemical requirements...
Paul Pickering, Technical Contributor
2016 marks twenty years since the introduction of General Motors’ iconic EV1, the first mass-produced purpose-designed electric vehicle (EV) from a major automaker. By the time production ceased in 1999, it included a 102 kW (134 hp) motor and a 26.4 kW battery...
Sarah Goncalves
Although several hacks have already been demonstrated on connected vehicles, none of those attacks have resulted in direct financial loss or injury to the consumer. However, given trends in other industries, it is not far-fetched to assume a catastrophic auto-related hack...
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