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2 - 4 March 2021 // Nuremberg, Germany

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The latest industry news

  • Streaming instead of flying?

    »Binge-watching« is the latest trend. More and more films, series and videos are being watched via streaming platforms, and since the Corona pandemic there has been an increase in video conferencing. Streaming is often referred to as the new flying – but is it really comparable?

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  • International TSN/A conference virtual for the first time

    With TSN, Ethernet gets a real-time extension and with 5G a new transmission medium. This has implications for a wide range of industries - including the automotive sector. These effects are the focus of the TSN/A Conference, which will take place as a virtual event on October 7 and 8, 2020.

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  • Flexible Production of the Meredes-Benz EQS and the S-Class

    Mercedes-Benz has invested about 730 million euros in the recently official opened Factory 56. Production in Factory 56 is characterized by maximum flexibility: New models – from conventional to plug-in hybrid to electric drive – can be integrated into series production in just a few days.

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  • Novel Film Dielectric for Use with Wide Bandgap Semiconductors

    Wide bandgap transistors place high demands on DC link capacitors. TDK has developed a dielectric for film capacitors to be used up to +125 °C and a novel winding design. We asked Dr. Lucía Cabo, Manager Basic R&D Film Capacitors, and Fernando Rodríguez from TDK’s Application and Modelling Group.

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  • Enhanced Testing Capabilities for Future Commerical Vehicels

    ZF officially opened its expanded Erich Reinecke test track in Jeversen. Following an investment of around 18 million Euro, the test track significantly advances ZF’s commercial vehicle testing capabilities, especially regarding future trends like automation, connectivity and electrification.

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