STMicroelectronics has unveiled new MCUs targeting the coming electrified drivetrains and domain-oriented, over-the-air updateable systems that are the foundation of the next generation of EVs.
Renesas' AE5-generation IGBTs, to be mass produced starting in the first half of 2023, are aimed at next-generation electric vehicle (EV) inverters.
Microchip's LX34070 IC helps accelerate the move away from expensive and less accurate magnet-based solutions for safety-critical EV motor position monitoring.
Renesas' AUTOSAR-compliant complex device driver software module complements its battery manager IC to enable ASIL D-Compliant designs.
TI's new portfolio of solid-state relays can help make EVs safer while reducing solution size up to 90% and cost by as much as 50%.
Three rapidly advancing technologies are driving this collective race towards zero-emission e-mobility: WBG devices, more power-dense batteries, and faster charging capabilities.
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