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Electric vehicles provide challenges for the automotive industry with regard to extending their useful range, charging efficiency, and battery safety. Additionally, as cars integrate more and more electronics, there may be a push from 12 to 48 volts.

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Contributor: Philippe Dupuy
Posted: Mon, 04/30/2018
Dupuy
In his presentation, Mr. Dupuy, EV Charging infrastructure project manager at Renault, talks about power supply for EV charging. He will talk about the key challenges in current standardization and regulation limits in e-mobility area. He will also discuss how EV Ready® can bring solutions to main pending questions for EV charging infrastructure,... Full Content »
Contributor: James Gordon
Posted: Wed, 12/07/2016
INL charging
Switch on your TV, thumb through a newspaper, or trawl the web, and you could be forgiven for thinking that we are about to enter a gilded age of electrification – a world where the petrol powered vehicle is being phased out. Full Content »
Posted: Mon, 09/21/2015
INFOGRAPHIC: In-Car Network Architecture 2020
Today’s and tomorrow’s challenges for automotive networking: The number of electronic components in cars has increased rapidly during the last few years. Full Content »
Contributor: Colin Pawsey
Posted: Tue, 01/13/2015
Worldwide Incentives for Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles form part of the backbone of worldwide policy to reduce carbon emissions substantially by 2050, but the uptake of EV’s and PHEV’s is not increasing at the rate that was targeted by many countries. Most governments and legislating bodies continue to provide subsidies and financial incentives to encourage consumers to... Full Content »
Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: Mon, 12/15/2014
Interview: The Need for Standard Specification

Whenever a new technology emerges it's just a matter of time that old standards are challenged and new ones follow. For the 48 Volt Power Supply Systems this means it's crucial to find a consistent standard early on in the process to develop and implement standards such as the LV 148.

During the 2nd 48 Volt Power Supply Systems Conference in... Full Content »
Contributor: Jens Häberle
Posted: Fri, 11/21/2014
Jens Häberle, former DTM car racer and now System Engineer talks about the Formula E racing series and its impact on electric cars. Full Content »
Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: Wed, 11/12/2014
48 Volt e-book: The new voltage level in vehicles

Learn everything about this topic in our exclusive e-book. Download for free here.

In the early 1990’s there was a lot of excitement around the introduction of a 42 Volt power supply, initially intended to augment the 12 Volt in passenger vehicles. However twenty years on and the 42 Volt didn't materialize – even though a few... Full Content »
Contributor: Andreas Würsig
Posted: Wed, 10/29/2014
Andreas Würsig

Dr. Andreas Wýrsig is Vice Head of the Department for Integrated Power Systems at the Fraunhofer-Institute for Silicon Technology ISiT in Germany. Automotive IQ spoke with Dr. Andreas Wýrsig about innovative materials for car batteries and the challenge of producing the volume of batteries the automobile industry actually requires.



What is... Full Content »
Posted: Wed, 09/03/2014
Bullet-Proof isoSPI Data Links Benefit Battery Systems

For reliability, performance and longevity of battery packs being engineered into HEV, PHEV and EV drive-trains, a key factor is the electronics employed in the battery management subsystem (BMS). To date, most pack designs are constrained to large, singular assemblies by the centralized nature of practical BMS hardware. In particular, the... Full Content »
Contributor: Hannes Kuusisto
Posted: Fri, 08/29/2014
Hannes Kuusisto

Hannes Kuusisto is a senior design engineer in battery control at Volvo Car Corporation in Sweden. He has a background in engineering physics and works within the electrical propulsion system department.

Will Hornick: Tell us a bit about your background leading up to your work with Volvo Cars.

Hannes Kuusisto: I am a physicist. My background... Full Content »
Contributor: Colin Pawsey
Posted: Mon, 08/25/2014
colinpawsey

The growth of electric and hybrid vehicles is set to continue over the next decade, with researchers agreeing that as we go beyond 2020, annual electric vehicle sales will top the 2 million mark. ABI Research estimate that the number of full electric vehicles shipped yearly will increase from 150,000 in 2013 to 2.36 million in 2020, representing... Full Content »
32 results
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32 results
of 3
Contributor: Philippe Dupuy
Posted: Mon, 04/30/2018
Dupuy
In his presentation, Mr. Dupuy, EV Charging infrastructure project manager at Renault, talks about power supply for EV charging. He will talk about the key challenges in current standardization and regulation limits in e-mobility area. He will also discuss how EV Ready® can bring solutions to main pending questions for EV charging infrastructure,... Full Content »
Contributor: James Gordon
Posted: Wed, 12/07/2016
INL charging
Switch on your TV, thumb through a newspaper, or trawl the web, and you could be forgiven for thinking that we are about to enter a gilded age of electrification – a world where the petrol powered vehicle is being phased out. Full Content »
Posted: Mon, 09/21/2015
INFOGRAPHIC: In-Car Network Architecture 2020
Today’s and tomorrow’s challenges for automotive networking: The number of electronic components in cars has increased rapidly during the last few years. Full Content »
Contributor: Colin Pawsey
Posted: Tue, 01/13/2015
Worldwide Incentives for Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles form part of the backbone of worldwide policy to reduce carbon emissions substantially by 2050, but the uptake of EV’s and PHEV’s is not increasing at the rate that was targeted by many countries. Most governments and legislating bodies continue to provide subsidies and financial incentives to encourage consumers to... Full Content »
Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: Mon, 12/15/2014
Interview: The Need for Standard Specification

Whenever a new technology emerges it's just a matter of time that old standards are challenged and new ones follow. For the 48 Volt Power Supply Systems this means it's crucial to find a consistent standard early on in the process to develop and implement standards such as the LV 148.

During the 2nd 48 Volt Power Supply Systems Conference in... Full Content »
Contributor: Jens Häberle
Posted: Fri, 11/21/2014
Jens Häberle, former DTM car racer and now System Engineer talks about the Formula E racing series and its impact on electric cars. Full Content »
Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: Wed, 11/12/2014
48 Volt e-book: The new voltage level in vehicles

Learn everything about this topic in our exclusive e-book. Download for free here.

In the early 1990’s there was a lot of excitement around the introduction of a 42 Volt power supply, initially intended to augment the 12 Volt in passenger vehicles. However twenty years on and the 42 Volt didn't materialize – even though a few... Full Content »
Contributor: Andreas Würsig
Posted: Wed, 10/29/2014
Andreas Würsig

Dr. Andreas Wýrsig is Vice Head of the Department for Integrated Power Systems at the Fraunhofer-Institute for Silicon Technology ISiT in Germany. Automotive IQ spoke with Dr. Andreas Wýrsig about innovative materials for car batteries and the challenge of producing the volume of batteries the automobile industry actually requires.



What is... Full Content »
Posted: Wed, 09/03/2014
Bullet-Proof isoSPI Data Links Benefit Battery Systems

For reliability, performance and longevity of battery packs being engineered into HEV, PHEV and EV drive-trains, a key factor is the electronics employed in the battery management subsystem (BMS). To date, most pack designs are constrained to large, singular assemblies by the centralized nature of practical BMS hardware. In particular, the... Full Content »
Contributor: Hannes Kuusisto
Posted: Fri, 08/29/2014
Hannes Kuusisto

Hannes Kuusisto is a senior design engineer in battery control at Volvo Car Corporation in Sweden. He has a background in engineering physics and works within the electrical propulsion system department.

Will Hornick: Tell us a bit about your background leading up to your work with Volvo Cars.

Hannes Kuusisto: I am a physicist. My background... Full Content »
Contributor: Colin Pawsey
Posted: Mon, 08/25/2014
colinpawsey

The growth of electric and hybrid vehicles is set to continue over the next decade, with researchers agreeing that as we go beyond 2020, annual electric vehicle sales will top the 2 million mark. ABI Research estimate that the number of full electric vehicles shipped yearly will increase from 150,000 in 2013 to 2.36 million in 2020, representing... Full Content »
32 results
of 3
Contributor: Colin Pawsey
Posted: Mon, 08/25/2014
colinpawsey

The growth of electric and hybrid vehicles is set to continue over the next decade, with researchers agreeing that as we go beyond 2020, annual electric vehicle sales will top the 2 million mark. ABI Research estimate that the number of full electric vehicles shipped yearly will increase from 150,000 in 2013 to 2.36 million in 2020, representing... Full Column »
Posted: Mon, 09/21/2015
INFOGRAPHIC: In-Car Network Architecture 2020
Today’s and tomorrow’s challenges for automotive networking: The number of electronic components in cars has increased rapidly during the last few years. Full Sector Report »
Contributor:
Posted: Tue, 11/20/2012
Automotive IQ Portal
In this segment, IQPC's Joanna Scheffel spoke with Wouter Beuman, product manager for the electric and hybrid vehicle related testing services of TNO Mobility in the Netherlands, about battery safety, testing and thermal management. Full Podcast »