ams (SIX: AMS), a leading worldwide supplier of high performance sensor solutions, today launches an automotive-qualified capacitive sensor which en- hances the safety of assisted driving systems in road vehicles.
UFI MULTITUBE, the revolutionary engine air filtration technology “powered by UFI Filters”, a leading group in filtration and thermal management, has been selected as Original Equipment for the latest Maserati supercar, the MC20.
Digital education formats offer many advantages - and not only during a pandemic. This is why ZF Aftermarket is significantly expanding its online offering once again. ZF's Aftermarket Division has introduced a new training platform, where participants can register much more conveniently than before. And the range of content will be significantly expanded in the coming weeks - with topics from chassis technology and the dual-mass flywheel.
WorldAutoSteel, the automotive group of the World Steel Association, has today announced a new vehicle engineering programme, Steel E-Motive, to demonstrate the benefits of steel for global Mobility as a Service (MaaS) based on fully connected and autonomous electric vehicles.
Hydrogen will play a major role in tomorrow’s sustainable mobility. Convinced of the promising future of this zero emission technology, Plastic Omnium and ElringKlinger, two automotive supplier leaders in their respective business areas, today agreed to take hydrogen based fuel cell technology to the next level. To fulfil this objective, they will create EKPO Fuel Cell Technologies, a joint venture dedicated to fuel cell stack development, production and commercialization. EKPO Fuel Cell Technologies will offer its product portfolio to a broad range of customers including hydrogen systems integrators.
Dana Incorporated (NYSE: DAN) announced today that the new 2021 Land Rover Defender features Dana's latest Spicer® AdvanTEK® axles, which are designed to deliver improved performance and greater power density in a compact package.
Lefae is the Emitech Group's laboratory specializing in environmental testing with severe constraints: fire testing and combined climatic testing. Based in Saint-Chamond in the Rhône-Alpes region, it has just qualified a new testing facility for verifying the conformity of equipment installed in potentially explosive zones (equivalent to ATEX requirements) in the presence of hydrocarbon fluids and vapours. Conditions of explosivity are often found in the aeronautics industry, but also in the automotive and marine industries.
HARTING has developed a component carrier that can be mounted directly with electronic components allowing previous manual assembly processes to be automated. Flexible circuit boards can also be replaced, increasing precision and reducing assembly costs.