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Powering the future of Autonomous driving - issue 4/2019
Analog Devices announced mid July a collaboration with First Sensor AG to develop products aimed at speeding the launch of autonomous sensing technology serving unmanned automotive, aerial and...
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Nuremberg conference examines megatrends and the role of electric drives
EIDPC 2013 
 So-called megatrends, such as increasing power consumption, CO2 reduction, growing mobility or progressing automation rely on powerful electric drives. The electrification of the automobile powertrain is considered crucial, in an effort to substitute the conventional combustion engine.

The third International Electric Drives Production Conference offers
more than 80 technical papers, in eight tracks, four concentrating on the core topics of electric drives production technologies, materials
and systems.

The accompanying conference on Energy Transfer in Electric Vehicles (EIEV ) focuses on the technology of wireless power transmission and, for the first time, t
he Energy Storage Production Conference (EISPC) opens up new ideas and synergies simultaneously. The conference is also hosting the VDMA (German Association of Machine Tool Maker) symposium e-motiv.
 
Presentations will range from innovative products from various industries as well as manufacturing processes and strategies. An industrial exhibition, tutorials, a poster presentation, technical tours can also be seen. The exhibition covers the entire process chain right through to the production of electric drives. It showcases all components and materials as well as production processes and systems. The event will appeal to engine manufacturers, looking to strengthen their market position whether based on cost, quality or innovation, as well as to car manufacturers and suppliers, who want to systematically plan their entry into electromobility.  




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