Automotive challenges accepted.
Automotive technologies have progressed by leaps and bounds over the last few years. With industry competition as it is today, the optimisation of your time-to-market is more important than ever. Getting your product out of the door faster is a major contributor to the future success of your business.
That is where EBV comes in. Our specialist team of automotive and aerospace experts has the knowledge and experience to bring your innovative idea to life – fast.
Whether you are developing tomorrow’s flying car, a connected bike or even a low-earth orbiting satellite, we can help you solve your challenges. Design support, help with technical specifications and commercial questions – those are just a few of the services we offer. Not forgetting our decades of experience in solving logistical and supply-chain challenges!
|Market trends||Application areas|
|Cars||ADAS, Automotive Infotainment & Cluster|
|Light Vehicles||Automotive Power Train and Chassis|
|Commercial Vehicles||Commercial, Construction and Agricultural Vehicles|
|Agricultural and Off-road Vehicles||Connected Car, Body Electronics and Automotive Lighting|
|Road Services||Aerospace, Defense and High Temp Electronics|
Power Distribution In Electric Vehicles
There can’t actually be no doubt about it anymore that electric vehicles will replace classical automobiles one day completely. At least many experts are absolutely convinced of it, and so heavy research and development is underway on that field.
ST Standard Products Make All The Difference!
ST brings to you one of the broadest range of industry-standard and drop-in replacements for the most popular general-purpose Analog ICs, Power Switches, Discretes and serial EEPROMs with thousands of references to help you optimize your supply base.
EBV & Infineon: Electrification of Heavy-Duty Vehicles
Charging the EV is an important topic, and charging with high-power DC-chargers is the most powerful option. This currently allows charging powers of up to 350 kW. Operation with two chargers in parallel can even double the charging power.