The manufacturers of electric vehicles (EVs) are constantly pushing the boundaries of performance. Whether in racing cars or the everyday vehicles that consumers rely on, EV technology needs to demonstrate high efficiency, maximum range between charges, reliability and high dynamic performance.
By showing that EVs can offer the same advantages and specification to drivers that conventional vehicles can, manufacturers can secure the future of a technology that is a major building block of a more sustainable society. To instil confidence in consumers, manufacturers need the assistance of specialist companies who can help them test and refine the designs of electric motors, drivetrains, batteries and control systems.
Such a company is Intertek. At its EV Testing Centre of Excellence in Milton Keynes, UK, Intertek plays a crucial role in the industry’s efforts to develop new generations of technology, for road going vehicles and for Formula E racing cars.
- Strong support for development and evaluation of automobiles, trucks, and vessels -
- Meets the need for faster communications by streamlining the development of optical fibers and cables -
The AQ6375E and AQ6376E combine short and mid wavelength infrared with extreme optical precision to aid development of measurement lasers-
The Instrumentation, Analysis & Testing Exhibition has become a significant event in the engineering year and with visitors travelling from across the UK it is seen by many as the go-to event for testing and analysis technologies.
As the leading international exhibition and conference for Power Electronics, Intelligent Motion, Renewable Energy and Energy Management, the PCIM Europe is the international meeting point for the industry. In addition, the PCIM Europe offers further formats to keep the community up-to-date throughout the year.
Meet battery manufacturers, suppliers, engineers, thought leaders and decision-makers for a conference and battery tech expo focused on the latest developments in the advanced battery and automotive industries.
Be Our Guest, in Booth# 4-D50, Hall 8
2023 European Conference on Integrated Optics
The organisation of the 2023 edition is in hands of the University of Twente, The Netherlands.
The conference focuses on leading edge research on integrated optics, optoelectronics and nano-photonics and gathers experts from academia and industry to show their latest technical results, and showcase their products and services. The application scope is broad and it ranges from tele/datacom communications, optical interconnects, and (bio) optical sensing applications to more disruptive areas as quantum computing and mid-IR photonics.
Yokogawa expert joined the Wide Bandgap Power Semiconductors, to share the latest trends and achievements in this evolving technology.