Join our end-of-year review of the technological progress of key enablers -Batteries, LiDARs and Ride Hailing: Mobility’s Year in Review, from the commercialization of solid-state batteries for next-gen BEVs, to solid-state lidar for L3+ and L4 automated mobility in passenger cars and mobility services.
The electric heart of future electrified propulsion
Solid-state batteries and supercapacitors are two competing technologies for next-generation electric cars. Solid-state batteries are inching their way closer to commercialization on the back of rigorous research and investments, and Supercapacitors rapidly improving their specific power.
Sensors to level up to fully-automated driving
Learn about the progress of innovation in next-generation radars, lidars, and cameras to shrink the timelines for the commercialization of fully-automated driving in passenger cars. System-on-chip technology for miniaturization of lidars, metamaterials, single-chip imaging radars, VCSEL, and Fiber lasers hold strong potential for mainstream adoption.
Data is the fuel of new Mobility Business Models
Winning business models in future shared mobility will leverage high quality, connected car data to offer value-add services. Explore the key technologies fueling new mobility business models, such as Blockchain, which enables decentralized authentication for mobility services and powers crypto-currency rewards for data-sharing initiatives and connected electrified infrastructure.
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