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STMICROELECTRONICS INTRODUCES FIRST POWERGAN PRODUCTS FOR MORE ENERGY-EFFICIENT, SLIMMER POWER SUPPLIES

Gallium Nitride (GaN)-based products deliver better energy efficiency and enable more compact designs of power supplies for a broad range of consumer, industrial, and automotive applications. First product from full portfolio of ST’s PowerGaN family in production now; additional devices in various packages and specification ratings coming soon.

ZF News

SPEEDING UP THE SOFTWARE BUSINESS: ZF ACQUIRES A STAKE IN APEX.AI

The intelligence of next generation vehicles is increasingly migrating to a few central high-performance computers. The software running on them should be easy to update and expand with new functions, like a smartphone. And all this with the highest functional safety standards for mobility systems.

Septentrio News

Should you build your own GNSS/INS?

5 Reasons why a pre-integrated GNSS/INS solution brings more value.

Volta Trucks News

VOLTA TRUCKS CONFIRMS THE ENGINEERING KICK-OFF FOR ITS FULL-ELECTRIC 7.5- AND 12-TONNE VOLTA ZERO VARIANTS

Volta Trucks, the leading and disruptive full-electric commercial vehicle manufacturer and services provider, has confirmed that its forthcoming 7.5- and 12-tonne variants have entered the engineering phase of development, with a single design concept already selected.

HighTec News

Zellaco selected as Nordic distributor of HighTec’s products

HighTec EDV-Systeme GmbH, the German headquartered global supplier of software development tools, embedded software and expert services, appointed Zellaco AB as its distributor in the Nordic countries. HighTec's products and services are targeting the global embedded market and are tailored for the development of safety-critical solutions in Automotive (ISO 26262 up to ASIL D) and more.

MURATA News

Michelin co-develops RFID module to improve tyre management operations

Murata has co-developed a new generation of RFID modules with Michelin that embed into tyres. The robust passive RFID tags require no external power supply. They survive and continue to work while being driven on for extremely high mileages.


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