Jaguar Land Rover, Warwick University, TM4, Leoni.

Bubble up! Jaguar Land Rover is looking into “Air Bubbles” inside hybrid and electric vehicles, designed to decrease energy consumption for heating and cooling. Once “blown up,” temperature and quality of the bubble would be maintained using HVAC technologies like infra-red reflective (IRR) glass.,

JLR is gaining even more traction as it embarks on a research project together with Warwick University to create a new battery pack manufacturing research centre. It will develop next-geneneration traction batteries for electric vehicles and is backed by a 14m pound consortium (21.6m dollars).,

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Customisable EV controller: TM4 launched the fully programmable controller TM4 NEURO 200. Specifically designed for electric and hybrid vehicles, it lets developers create and test control algorithms in a MATLAB/Simulink environment before using them to configure a unit.

Power Y-splitter: Leoni will present a new power Y-splitter for high voltage wiring systems as found in EVs and hybrids at the IAA in Frankfurt. The component ensures a safe and low-resistance connection of auxiliary units and is currently set up for 800 volts.


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