Tag: electric vehicles
If it has electric in the name, chips are a guarantee. Most of the items we interact with daily utilize chips in some capacity. How many chips a device may need varies depending on size, function, and other factors. Automotive vehicles—cars—require a large amount to perform numerous, complex functions. Electric vehicles (EVs) require even more.Read more...
Electric and hybrid vehicle use is rapidly on the rise. According to a recent report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), electric cars could make up 57% of all passenger car sales worldwide. With that rise in electric vehicle (EV) use comes the need for advanced surface-mount fuse technology and highly reliable circuit protection for high-stress automotive applications. Enter AEM.
Today about 7.2 million electric vehicles are on the world’s roads. Why is that? Let’s take a look at the US for example: tighter regulations on CO2 emissions, government incentives, and regulatory policies play a huge role in consumer demands and production of electric vehicles. Another factor that contributes to the growing number of electric vehicles on the road is better battery life—enabling drivers to travel longer distances. The ability to travel further makes these cars significantly more appealing to the general public.Read more...
In order for something to break into the mainstream as a displacement technology, it has to overcome four hurdles: performance; cost; production capacity; and, reliability.Read more...