9 August 2019
9 August 2019
AutomotiveEV Live

Graeme Cooper of National Grid joins speaker line-up at automotiveEV

Graeme leads National Grid’s work on electric vehicles/decarbonisation of transport by leading and coordinating all the work relating to the UK regulated business of National Grid.

His work helps the Government, the energy and automotive industry’s transition towards zero emission vehicles.

Nissan and EVgo to install 200 new 100kW DC fast chargers in US

Nissan and EVgo to install 200 new 100kW DC fast chargers in US

Nissan and EVgo are expanding the charging network for EV drivers with the installation of 200 direct current fast chargers (DCFC) across the United States. Each of the new fast-chargers is capable of delivering 100kW and have both CHAdeMO and CCS connectors so more EV drivers can benefit.

Optimus Ride launches New York State’s first commercial Self-Driving Vehicle System

Optimus Ride launches New York State’s first commercial Self-Driving Vehicle System

Optimus Ride, a leading self-driving vehicle technology company, announced the launch of New York state’s first self-driving vehicle programme, located at the Brooklyn Navy Yard (Yard), a 300-acre industrial park with more than 400 manufacturing businesses and 10,000 employees onsite.

Synopsys to acquire automotive software developer QTronic

Synopsys to acquire automotive software developer QTronic

Synopsys, Inc. announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire QTronic GmbH, a leader in simulation, test tools, and services for automotive software and systems development headquartered in Germany.

BMW announces market launch of 225xe Active Tourer

BMW announces market launch of 225xe Active Tourer

Recent advances in battery cell technology for BMW plug-in hybrid models are extending the capabilities in terms of locally emissions-free driving pleasure – both in the city and beyond. The new battery generation in the BMW 225xe Active Tourer increases the electrically powered range of the urban all-rounder by more than 25% to between 55 and 57 kilometres.

Karamba Security partners with Cypress to provide Embedded Cybersecurity

Karamba Security partners with Cypress to provide Embedded Cybersecurity

Karamba Security, a provider of embedded cybersecurity for connected machines, announced a collaboration with Cypress Semiconductor Corp. to enhance security hardening for the automotive industry. Karamba’s embedded cybersecurity solutions for connected systems are used by Tier 1s and OEMs to protect vehicles and reduce vulnerability exposures.

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