Automotive industry—shaped by digitalization
MARKETS & TRENDS
E-mobility: E for electronic
Electric drives, digitalization, networking and autonomous driving are making up more and more of the electronics in cars. As soon as 2025, electronic components are expected to account for 35 percent of all material costs.
Entrepreneurs in Germany faster than in the U.S.
The coronavirus pandemic could end up accelerating startups in several sectors. At least where speed is concerned, Germany is one step ahead in several industries.
Technologies & Applications
Compatible shrinkage with on-chip memory
Embedded storage on integrated circuits requires a lot of space. Now a more economical architecture is promising cheaper and more energy-efficient devices in future.
Printed electronics as an opportunity for mobility
With speakers, among others, from Jaguar and Continental, LOPEC impulse demonstrated the possibilities printed electronics offer for the automotive and aviation industries. You can read highlights of the web seminar in the LOPEC industry portal.
3 requirements for empowering employees
Agile working methods will give employees and teams more responsibility. But it is rarely that simple, as at least three requirements must first be fulfilled.
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