Where is innovation driving us? Register for our live event straight from electronica 2022 on November 15, 2022, where we will explore smart mobility. We will showcase demos, new products, impressive vehicles, and more. Above all, you’ll hear from customers with products that answer real-life challenges and from experts with solutions to the most pressing issues. Is it enough to replace every fossil fuel car with an electric one? What technology is shaping our energy usage, and can it help meet the energy crises we are facing today? Where is the next disruption in the car, and how can your company be a part of it?
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Smart mobility and the future of transportation
Check out our electronica 2022 live stream to get the answers to all these questions and more. On the day, we will discuss battery management systems and why they are critical in electric vehicles. We will also see why the industry is moving to smart fuse boxes and why replacing mechanical fuses is necessary when new and stricter regulations push car markers to reduce CO2 emissions. The fuse box is the car’s skeleton, and its transformation has tremendous ripple effects. Finally, we’ll explore the rise of software in vehicles and what it means for manufacturers, OEMs, and users.
In preparation for the live event
To prepare for the live event, here are a few web pages and blog posts to become familiar with the topics we’ll cover on November 15, 2022.
The L9963E is a battery management system device that stands out thanks to its fast and accurate measurements. Most talk about range or total power output. However, the battery management system plays a crucial role in the battery’s safety and performance.
- Battery Management IC for Automotive
- L9963E: 5 Things to Watch Out For in a Battery Management Solution
- L9963E – Automotive chip for battery management applications with daisy chain up to 31 devices
Moving from combustion engines to electric motors means dealing with new electrical realities. Moreover, consumers demand more complex features that require faster protection, while regulators require huge savings in CO2 emissions. The answer to these challenges comes from an often overlooked part of the car: the fuse box.
Stellar Integration MCU
As vehicles are becoming “computers on wheels” the industry is clamoring for a hardware and software ecosystem that can help face the challenges inherent to software-driven vehicles. The Stellar Integration microcontrollers aim to solve this problem and help carmakers integrate more systems into one control unit. The devices include features that facilitate the implementation of over-the-air updates, they have a lot of communication peripherals, and they include hardware optimizations for virtualization to help run virtual machines without a performance penalty.
- Stellar P6, new Cortex®-R52+ MCU to drive software-defined vehicles and soothe those with “overwhelming” feelings
- Stellar Integration MCUs