Thanks to many improved features including the bending angle that increased from 47 ° to 55 °, the CFJ-W1 "Best in Class" constant velocity joint provides better performance and optimal efficiency by drastically reducing friction and CO2 emissions.
Siemens Smart Infrastructure will provide the charging infrastructure for 10 Rampini E80 electric buses in Genoa, Italy, to be used by AMT Genova (AMT), the city's public transport operator. With this project, AMT continues its journey of electrifying the public transport system in Genoa, aiming to create an energy-efficient and sustainable model of urban mobility. The Siemens charging infrastructure is scheduled to be commissioned by the summer of 2021.
Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH receives the award as „Best European Automotive Distributor 2019“ for its efforts in opening up new markets and design-in activities in line with the Yageo strategy.
In May 2020 FEV, a globally leading independent international service provider of vehicle and powertrain development for hardware and software, had announced to complete the initial operation of the world’s largest battery development center eDLP by the third quarter of 2020.
The partnership follows a successful customer collaboration in which Argus Control Flow Integrity, in combination with the Green Hills Optimizing C/C++ Compiler, will start protecting vehicles on the road in 2021.