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Published by IEEE Spectrum
The Bollinger B1 SUV and B2 truck prove that electric vehicles don’t have to look or act like their gas-powered predecessors
By Lawrence Ulrich
A gasoline engine up front, a transmission in the middle, and a fuel tank in back: For decades, that’s the way most automobiles were designed.
Electricity has changed that equation. And the Bollinger B1 sport-utility and B2 pickup are among the new electric vehicles (EVs) that show car designers are taking full advantage of the freedoms afforded by electric propulsion.
Published by IEEE Spectrum
On-the-road peer-to-peer charging depends on steerable booms to make the connection
What if electric cars could do the same thing, while zooming down the highway? One car with charge to spare could get in front of another that was short of juice, and the two could extend telescopic charging booms until they linked together magnetically. The charge-rich car would then share some of its largesse. And to complete the aerial refueling analogy, just add a few big “tanker trucks” bearing enormous batteries to beef up the power reserves of an entire flotilla of EVs.
Conductive Charging of Electrified Vehicles: Challenges and Opportunities
Joint Webinar with IEEE Power Electronics Society
Presenter: Dr. Haoyu Wang, Shanghai Tech University
Date: Wednesday, July 8, 2020, 8:00am New York Time
For complete information visit: https://tec.ieee.org/education/webinars
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Episode 1 - Dr. Steve Vozar, CTO
Steve discusses his work with sensors, other developments in the autonomous vehicle landscape, and shares the advice he’d give to an engineer looking to start a company.