As part of an EU research project, AT&S is developing the next generation of miniaturized inductors that can be integrated into multi-layer printed circuit boards. This makes it possible to implement the smallest voltage converters or ultra-thin, wireless charging devices, which have several advantages compared to the technology currently available.
While the discussion about a mandatory date for the introduction of e-cars is still ongoing in Europe, Norway shows that this is probably superfluous: Recently, more than 70 percent of all cars were already electrically powered.
For vehicles to operate as autonomously as possible in the future they must meet completely new requirements in data processing and sensor technology. Cutting edge technology by AT&S enables high-resolution scanning of the surroundings as well as processing and transferring the data volume incurred.
Four out of ten new bicycles are e-bikes, with a steep upward trend putting high demands on development. E-mobility has long become part of everyday life. With leading-edge innovations, AT&S contributes to increasing the efficiency of electric drive systems.
Electronic components for autonomous vehicles in the mining industry must meet the highest standards in terms of robustness and failure safety. This is the only way they can presist in the challenging environment of a mine.