Ask any driver what’s the most important feature of their car or truck, and most will likely say the ability to safely get from point A to point B. That is, after all, the primary function of a vehicle.
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The days of smog-filled skylines, visible miles away from major metropolitan areas, are numbered.
The upcoming influx of electric vehicles (EV) on roads across the globe will be a boon for the natural environment and its air quality. It’s simple math: Exhaust emissions from automobiles decrease as the number of EVs increases.
Electric cars are getting all the attention in the transportation industry.
Electric vehicles meet many different needs.
There's no such thing as a car or truck that's made completely in-house.
In the typical household, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, (HVAC) associated costs are one of the biggest contributors to a monthly electric bill.
To keep an indoor environment comfortable, residential and industrial HVAC systems require a lot of power for operation as they operate almost continuously year-round.
The same principles apply to electric vehicle HVAC systems. Though the inside of an EV is smaller than that of a home, it still takes a lot of energy to run an HVAC system and keep the cabin’s temperature comfortable, especially in very hot or very cold climates. And waste heat or cool air force the system to work harder.
In some relationships, there's a certain level of expectation for deliverables.
Even the most basic electric vehicle sensors are sophisticated.
There’s almost never been a vehicle that’s been constructed completely in-house.
There’s nothing better in electric vehicle production than when everything comes together without issue.
What does an established OEM sensor manufacturer bring to your EV supply chain? How about:
Read on to find out how!