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Friday 23 September 2022
Foundries under pressure to renegotiate quotes and orders for 2023 with automotive customers
TSMC and other pure-play foundries will be under pressure to renegotiate quotes and orders for 2023 with their automotive customers, according to industy sources. The renegotiation talks are poised to take place starting the fourth quarter.
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Thursday 22 September 2022
Taiwan speeds up EV power charging pile installations
The number of electric vehicle (EV) power charging piles installed in public places around Taiwan will increase from 2,099 curently to 7,167 in 2025, according to Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA).
Thursday 22 September 2022
Aleees, Avenira team up for LFP battery cathode manufacturing
Taiwan-based Aleees has signed an MoU with ASX-listed Avenira to develop and operate a plant for lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery cathode manufacturing in Darwin, the capital city of the Northern Territory, Australia, according to industry sources.
Thursday 22 September 2022
Thailand launches carbon credit exchange to curb emissions
Thailand launched its first carbon credit exchange, marking a major step toward the country's goal to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 and combat climate change.
Thursday 22 September 2022
More than half of US car sales to be electric by 2030
Just over half of passenger cars sold in the US will be electric vehicles by 2030, according to a report from BloombergNEF, thanks in part to consumer incentives included in the US$374 billion in new climate spending enacted by President Joe Biden.
Thursday 22 September 2022
USI steps up deployment in automotive, industrial, and AR fields
Universal Scientific Industrial (USI), a subsidiary of Taiwan's ASE Technology Holding, has stepped up its deployment in the automotive, industrial, and AR device fields.
Thursday 22 September 2022
GigaDevice intros automotive MCU based on Arm Cortex-M33
GigaDevice has developed an automotive-grade MCU based on the Arm Cortex-M33 core, marking its entry into the car-use MCU segment, according to the China-based fabless company.
Wednesday 21 September 2022
Hertz plans to buy 175,000 EVs from GM over 5 years
Hertz Global Holdings plans to buy as many as 175,000 electric vehicles (EV) from General Motors over the next five years, the latest major step by the rental giant to embrace plug-in cars.
Wednesday 21 September 2022
Q&A with SiFive SVP Jack Kang: 5 nm chips with SiFive cores likely to be used in cars by 2025-2026
SiFive successfully rolled out a portfolio of automotive CPUs based on the RISC-V standard, and is about to create a new ecosystem of chips, tier-1 auto component providers and OEM partners. DIGITIMES had an exclusive interview with SiFive SVP Jack Kang, who shared what triggered the RISC-V leader's entry into cartech chip IP and the new opportunity SiFive's new portfolio is creating for the supply chain.
Tuesday 20 September 2022
Japan tests wireless charging roads for EV
Nikkei Asia reported that auto parts supplier Denso is collaborating with Japanese engineering group Obayashi in testing wireless charging pavements for electric vehicles (EV) in Japan.
Tuesday 20 September 2022
XPeng launches urban-used ADAS functions in Guangzhou
China-based XPeng just started a pilot program of its City Navigation Guided Pilot (City NGP), an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) enabling changing lanes, reacting to traffic lights and other driving tasks. The EV startup claimed it is China's first high-level ADAS feature for complicated urban driving scenarios.
Tuesday 20 September 2022
Ford set to process nickel in Indonesia with Vale
Vale Indonesia, the Indonesian operation unit of the Brazil-based mining giant Vale, is set to begin three nickel mining and processing projects in Sulawesi, Indonesia together with Chinese mining company Huayou and US-based Ford Motor, according to multiple media outlets.
Tuesday 20 September 2022
Tesla Shanghai factory expansion completed and undergoing tests
Tesla finished upgrading production lines at its Shanghai factory on Monday and is testing them until November 30 as it doubles the plant's annual output to one million vehicles.
Tuesday 20 September 2022
Marubeni to demo social implementation of flying cars in Osaka
Japan-based Marubeni has been selected by the Osaka Prefectural Government to receive a subsidy for its urban flying car business project and will conduct a demonstration test for the social implementation of flying cars in the Japanese prefecture.
Tuesday 20 September 2022
Vertical integration is trending, but things won't be so easy for car OEMs
At Semicon Taiwan 2022, executives from Denso, Renesas, and Infineon shed light on the major changes taking place in the automotive supply chain. Denso is one of the largest automotive tier-1 suppliers in the world, while Renesas and Infineon are major car car chips developers.
Tuesday 20 September 2022
V2X presents both opportunities and challenges to traffic safety improvement
The idea that introducing smart technology like V2X can help with traffic safety has been proposed ever since the dawn of smart vehicles. The practical application of said technology, though, remains both an ongoing challenge as well as an opportunity to truly solve traffic safety issues, according to Kun-Feng Wu, associate professor at National Yang-Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU).